Luke Skywalker's quest to restore the Jedi powers of his beloved Callista leads him deep within the Core. He finds there that even though the Empire is but a fragment of itself, yet another mechanical dreadnought is under construction. It promises to be more terrible than previous undertakings, but due to limited resources, the project is in as much danger as unarmored stormtrooper boarding a spice smuggler's cargo ship.
This is one of my favorite Star Wars novels. In some ways it's a sequel to Children of the Jedi, though written by a different author. I loved the Luke and Callista storyline. Highly recommended.
A continuation of the stories from the sequence of the Jedi Academy Trilogy. Best selling author Kevin Anderson writes a cut above some of the other Star Wars contributors.
More in the story of Luke Skywalker back on his home planet of Tatooine.
Luke returns home with Han Solo, hoping to make contact with Obi-Wan Kenobi. Instead, what they find is disturbing news: the Hutts, criminal warlords of the galaxy, are building a secret superweapon, a reconstruction of the original Death Star superlaser, to be called Darksaber. Theis planet-crushing power will be in teh ruthless hands of Durga, a creature without conscience or mercy. And there is trouble on another front: Admiral Daala is very much alive and, in league with Pellaeon, is marshaling forces to destroy the REbels. Soon they and Luke will face the ultimate test of their power-one in which all the temptations fo the dark side fo the Force beckon.
*as written on the back cover*
This has some real dark side to it
hope you like
I wish you all well
Great Star Wars book! You can't miss with the classic characters.