EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole


  • Paperback
  • 386
  • Rogue Suadron
  • Michael A. Stackpole
  • English
  • 02 July 2020
  • 9780553568011

Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary

characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Rogue Suadron Read & Download Þ 4 G to fight ready to die Antilles knows the grim truth that even with the best X wing jockeys in the galaxy many will not survive their near suicidal missions But when Rogue Suadron is ordered to assist in the assault on the heavily fortified Imperial stronghold of Black Moon even the bravest must wonder if any at all will survive  . Seinfeld was the show about nothing And this is the book about nothing 400 pages of talking exposition training simulations 1 dimensional characters and NO STORYGetting to the end of this was brutal Every word of it I forced myself through Every single page I was counting forward to where the chapter finished just so I could stop At 300 pages I gave up and read another book then figured I should come back and finish it But it was hard workEvery character is 1 dimensional with no depth no personality and really nothing to differentiate them from anyone else The chemistry between characters is just ridiculous with two different women throwing themselves sexually at Corran for no real reason whatsoever except that that seems to be their only purpose in the storyThe action is non existent The opening action seuence is a virtual training run Oh the excitement Every fifty pages or so they fight some tie fighters Who knows why In between is just a whole bunch of talking from bland charactersThe action to exposition ratio is 18 Honestly one thing happens for half a page and they spend the next 3 pages explaining step by step how and what they had doneAnd honestly nothing happens Nothing at all From start to finish they go on a few different flights and shoot some tie fighters I ll be skipping the next 3 and giving the Aaron Alston Wraith Suadron books a go because Stackpole has no idea how to write story characters or action

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characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Rogue Suadron Read & Download Þ 4 They are sleek swift and deadly They are the X wing fighters And as the struggle rages across the vastness of space the fearless men and women who pilot them risk both their lives and their machines Their mission to defend the Rebel Alliance against a still powerful and battle hardened Imperial foe in a last ditch effort to control. As I ve chronicled elsewhere the end of my once indiscriminate love of everything Star Wars roughly coincided with my graduation from high school and the deepening of my appreciation for complex philosophical literature I did however carry a handful of my favorite Expanded Universe books along with me to college and Michael Stackpole s and later Aaron Allston s X wing series was among them Over the years they d gotten a few rereads but lately it had been awhile since I d spent any significant time in the galaxy far far away This changed recently when my brother decided he wanted to run a play by email Star Wars RPG and though that never really got off the ground it did inspire me to start another project of my own set in that universe At one point in said project I needed to check a reference and rather than cruise over to Wookieepedia for some reason I pulled this book off the shelf Flipping through the pages brought back old memories so both to indulge these and to capture the ambience for my own work I decided to read it As I did I was reminded of everything that a Star Wars story could be if only its creators were concerned with their characters and the richly fertile world they inhabit than with the potential marketing implications One of my greatest delights in reading the Expanded Universe material and I m sure I m not alone in this regard was the care the authors took to respect the creations of those who had gone before Taking the three films as gospel they proceeded to dutifully enmesh their own stories in the ever widening web of characters planets and plotlines so that the whole universe maintained an indelible cohesive feel You could pick up almost any Star Wars book and be instantly transported to the place you well knew from the screen Since the advent of the preuels this is no longer the case but that s a diatribe for another review Let me give an example of how Stackpole succeeds Early on in the book as Wedge Antilles the only man with two Death Stars painted on his fighter sets about reorganizing the famed Rogue Suadron his new recruits are undergoing simulated exercises including the Redemption scenario Stackpole uses this scene as an opportunity to introduce us to several of the main characters but also to interject some exciting space combat into the novel s opening stages Old school fans will however recognize the mission Corran and his suadron mates are flying from the original X Wing computer game right down to the formations of the enemy fighters that one gave me fits as a kid I never could beat it without cheating It s little inclusions like this when authors geek out about the same things that we do that make us geek out even More than anything else it s this loss of cohesion of the sense of some shared private connection that so puts me off today s Star Wars offerings Fortunately there are books like this one where that original thrill can still be found It is by no means complex but it neither purports nor needs to be The characters though not founts of deep personal wisdom are fully realized and than sufficient to secure our active investment Not that Stackpole is wholly mum on deeper issues Wedge and especially Corran struggle through deftly inserted internal monologue to reconcile their personal convictions with the actions their military service reuires them to take Even the bad guys are believable their evil actions spring from inherently human vices like pride or insecurity not completely spurious devices like dreams of the death of a loved one And on the whole the story succeeds because of its characters The high flying action of space combat is fun certainly but of its own it does not a good story make The plot serving as it does to introduce an entire series is serviceable and engaging but not particularly compelling of itself We care because of the characters We re drawn to Corran and Wedge and Gavin the same way that all those years ago we were drawn to that towheaded kid who liked to bullseye womp rats in his T 16 in Beggar s Canyon and the brash but lovable smuggler with the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs and the walking carpet for a sidekick And this is Stackpole s triumph than simply taking us back to that place among the stars that we know so well he has added his own enduring piece to the legacy one that no matter where else my interests may lead will always hold a place in my memory

Summary Rogue Suadron

characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Rogue Suadron Read & Download Þ 4 The starsIts very name strikes fear into enemy hearts So when Rebel hero Wedge Antilles rebuilds the legendary Rogue Suadron he seeks out only the best the most skilled the most daring X wing pilots Through arduous training and dangerous missions he weeds out the weak from the strong assembling a group of hard bitten warriors willin. I am going with 2 stars here but it might not actually be the book s fault I got the audiobook version of this and as I am listening to it I just kept thinking This book is a total clustertruck What is going on here I then found out that the audiobook version of this novel is HEAVILY abridged and it really really shows Whoever abridged this must have just slammed their head into the button that cuts parts out over and over until they finally lapsed into unconsciousness It had some cool pew pewing and I might check out the full novel at some point but for now I am going to remain unimpressed with this


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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Summary Rogue Suadron Good Star Wars funMichael Stackpole’s 1996 Star Wars expansion novel provides a great deal of meaningful backstory and detail for fans of the Star Wars films and universeSet a few years after the battle of Endor when the Rebel Alliance has defeated both Death Stars and what’s left of the Empire is on the ropes Stackpole continues the story and from the perspective of some of the minor players from the films but fun character

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole I am going with 2 stars here but it might not actually be the book's fault I got the audiobook version of this and as I am listening to it I just kept thinking This book is a total clustertruck What is going on here? I then found out

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Summary Rogue Suadron Gonna take you right into the Danger Zone Top Gun for Star Wars fanatics It's two years after the events in Return of the Jedi and Wedge Antil

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Summary Rogue Suadron I've read this book uite a few times The most recent reading 2018 I have to say the thing that impresses me the most about

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary Summary Rogue Suadron I credit X Wing Rogue Suadron Book 1 for blooding me to the we only have tonight trope Corran Horn and Mirax Terrik actually joke about this before boning off page alas and heading to battle the next day Young Be

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    Summary Rogue Suadron Michael A. Stackpole ☆ 4 Summary characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Seinfeld was the show about nothing And this is the book about nothing 400 pages of talking exposition training simulations 1 dimensional characters and NO STORYGetting to the end of this was brutal Every word of it I forced myself through Every single page I was counting forward to where the chapter finished just so I

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole The pilots of the elite Rogue Suadron get their own series in these novels by Michael Stackpole These books were a great part of my adolescence and as such I have a lot of praise for themIn 'Rogue Suadron' Wedge Antilles Rebel hero and founding member is tasked with building a brand new Rogue Suadron to act not only as an elite fighting fo

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    EBOOK FREE (Rogue Suadron) ☆ Michael A. Stackpole Okay I can't remember the plot at all But I do remember that I really enjoyed reading this series despite being a bit sceptical on the outset ve

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