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ISBN: 0345477464
Author: Troy Denning
Language: English
Publisher: LucasBooks; 1 edition (May 13, 2008)
Pages: 299
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
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Book 9 of 9 in the Star Wars: Legacy of the Force Series

Book 9 of 9 in the Star Wars: Legacy of the Force Series.

Legacy of the Force: Invincible is the ninth and final novel in the Legacy of the Force series. It is a hardcover by Troy Denning and was released May 13, 2008. Its title was first announced at Celebration IV. The paperback version was released on December 30, 2008. The audio version is narrated by Marc Thompson. This book determined the final fate of Darth Caedus. The end of the book introduces Millennium Falcon. The cover features the final duel between Darth Caedus and Jaina Solo.

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Invincible is the ninth and final book in the Legacy of the Force series. It is a novel by Troy Denning and was released on May 13, 2008. With Darth Caedus ruling both the Galactic Alliance and the Imperial Remnant, the Jedi Coalition is now desperate to overthrow the Sith Lord by any means necessary

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No war can last forever. Now, in the long and punishing battle between the defiant champions of the New Jedi Order and the juggernaut that is the Galactic Alliance, the endgame is finally at hand. With so much lost–and nothing less than the course of the future still at stake–there can be no turning back. No matter the consequences.The rebel cause is losing ground under the twin blows of Admiral Gilad Pellaeon’s assassination and the death of Mara Jade Skywalker. At the same time, having gained the support of the Imperial Remnant and its ruthlessly efficient forces, the Galactic Alliance, with the extraordinary power and dark brilliance of newly ascendant Sith Lord Darth Caedus at its helm, may be unstoppable. Tormented and torn between the call of duty and the thirst for vengeance, Luke has searched the Force and beheld an unspeakable vision of the galaxy enslaved under tyranny more monstrous than even Palpatine’s. Now it seems that the last, best hope lies in mobilizing the scattered Jedi for one decisive search-and-destroy mission. The objective: eliminate Darth Caedus. It’s a plan that will be as difficult and dangerous to execute as it is daring. For Caedus is a scion of both the Skywalker and Solo bloodlines whose command of the Force surpasses even that of his grandfatherDarth Vader. There is only one who is bound by destiny to stand against him in what will surely be a duel to the death, only one with an outside chance of bringing down the dark lord who was once Jacen Solo.Failure is not an option. The furious final moments between power and peace are here, and whoever confronts Darth Caedus will decide the outcome–and the fate of those left standing.

Comments:

Yramede
This book was very unsatisfying as a conclusion to the Legacy of the Force series, particularly after I enjoyed the previous book so much. There is a great deal of action in this novel, which I generally find boring to read. Action sequences for Star Wars tend to work better in a more visual medium. On the page, they are tedious. I would have preferred more characterization. The rapport between Fett and Jaina that was developed in the previous novel is nearly non-existent in this one. Jaina writes Fett off as "not a good guy" but in the previous novel we saw that he is clearly a much more complex man than she expected. There is very little continuation of the Fett story arc with Mirta and Sintas, making me wish very much that this final book had been written instead by Karen Traviss. Jaina is the character who is followed most closely in this book, with some attention paid to Ben, but neither of them came across as particularly interesting character's here. *Spoiler Alert*

Caedus's death is anticlimactic and Daala seems to come out of nowhere at the end of the novel. This was probably the weakest book in the series and I wish I had gotten it from the library instead of buying it for my Kindle.
Dolid
Underwhelming. At no point did Darth Caedus appear to be a dangerous foe, getting beaten in both combat encounters. As a whole, this series failed to make the most of Jacen Solos turn to the dark side. He was kicked around like a tin can everytime he seemed to be getting somewhere, so in the end not much was accomplished. We know little more about the Sith than we did at the beginning of the series, which is a shame as they sorely need to be fleshed out.
Gosar
At best all I can say is that it concluded the series. As usual writers turn to characters near constant psycho-analysis to fluff out the story. Just cheap filler is all that is. In this story we have plasma cannons only doing damage on contact, sniper rifles used inside rooms with telescoping barrels...so much for accuracy. And against a Force user? We have Like, Han and Leia portrayed as older than Methuselah. Very Weak ship battles and mediocre lightsaber fights....a Force user 'looks' around to see what they can Force toss? Ever hear of a pocket full of marbles? All in all just sad.
Gamba
I've been trying think for a few days now on how to write a compelling review for the wrap up of this series, and quite honestly, I'm still wondering if I missed the true ending or holding out for a non-existant 10th book in the series.

What started out as such a strong and ivigorating injection back into the SW universe after the Vong war, seems to get short changed and rushed here at the end. The more I think about this series, the more I come to the conclusion that the last few books resemble almost nothing of the first four or five in the series. It's almost of there were/are two diffrent disjointed arcs somehow still strung together by that now seemingly unimportant Correllian 'war' thingy that got this whole thing rolling.

Unfortunatly I really feel that Invincible has set a record for the most the most uninspiring and quick climax resolution (that quite honestly still has a lot of plot points barren with closure) to date for such a long arc.

The combination of authors spun and wove such an ellegant backstory with the Mandalorians, Correlians, Imperial Remnant, and did a wonderful build of Jacen turing to the dark side just to seem as if they brushed it all off with a quick wrap up in the end.

The outcome of Fett, Zekk, Prince Isolander, Luke's new power, the Moffs, Mirta, Daala and countless other characters just seemed to be glossed over,...I can't decide if I feel more insulted or more disapointed after investing som much time in a series for such a cheap payoff, that really doesn't explain in any real detail of what the heck happened and what this was all for.

The climax between Jaina and Jacen was surprisingly short in my book. Their first encounter was hands down much more exciting than this trifle few page scuffle. It felt obligatory to include it just to include it, not because the fans needed a resolution with heart and feeling. After their duel, I felt just as empty as Jaina did emotionally and I asked myself "What? That's it? Really?" Sigh...

And so much for the supporting characters...R2, 3P0, Lobacca, Kyp, Jag, etc. etc.. And the biggest travesty of them all was how the author deal with, or in this case, DOESN'T deal with Fett. What happened to his quest for his cure and the Kamino scientists? His dealing with his ex now that she returned? The nano-killer placed upon him by the Moffs? His status as Mandalore? Are you kidding me? It's just...unanswered? Bah.

No, it's a shame. And Luke has a new power that he debuts with Jaina during her first encounter with Jacen, but is this explored any further? Nope....

Sorry, I'm really bummed out by how this was all wrapped up in the last 15 pages with so many open ended threads. Not a fulfilling end to a nice book arc.

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