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    (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars “The choice is always with us demanding to be made with every action we take even in peacetime”Anakin has sent Ahsoka with Captain Rex as the two observe the testing of a new ship the Leveller commanded by Gilad Pellaeon But things go awr

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    free read No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars Karen Traviss ¾ 3 free download Well this was somethingThis book is a manifesto detailing the flaws of the Clone Wars era Jedi Order The vehicle by which this is done is the Altisian Jedi a splinter group of heretics who are everyone's favorite Mary Sue Jedi Order They allo

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    free read No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars My first thought setting out to write the review for this book is that now is an appropriate moment for a callback to my last revie

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    download ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ Karen Traviss (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars Honestlyout of all the Star Wars The Clone Wars books in this series this one was definitely the weakest I still liked the book just not as much as the Wild Space Stealth and Siege It just doesn't seem as memorable as the other books in this series I liked how this book developed the other factions of the Jedi Order The action was written v

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    free read No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars download ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ Karen Traviss Karen Traviss ¾ 3 free download Ahsoka Rex and a bunch of green clone troopers join forces with Captain Pellaeon to rescue a Republic intelligence officer who's also Pellaeon's loverAlthough this story is pretty inconseuential to the Star Wars Legends canon it is nonetheless very readable The introduction of Altis' attachment positive Jedi sect gives some interest and backstory to the character of Callista who was introduced years earlier as a love interest for Luke Skyw

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    download ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ Karen Traviss (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars I was left off with the last novel thinking this one would follow Anakin searching for R2 that may have been an episode of the animated series but Anakin sure lost R2 a few times And if it didn’t follow that storyline in the last book it was poor writing to include just to try and fit the story in the Clone Wars timeli

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    free read No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars Karen Traviss ¾ 3 free download The Good NewsAnakin my least favorite Star Wars characters of all time wasn't nearly as annoying in this one as he usually is Probably because his role was minor Padme was in this one and I like her even though her role was minuscule I liked the title and how it was part of the plot The Bad NewsThis one wasn't my favorite Star Wars book The story didn't uite grab me And it left me with this uestion Is there s

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    download ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ¾ Karen Traviss (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars I thought this was the best Star Wars book I have ever read Admittedly I have only read a few but I thought that the characterizations in this novel were superb This book makes you think about the life of a clone trooper and makes you asks serious uestions about the Jedi order Good action but what makes this a superior book is the uestions it raises Enjoy

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    (Pdf Read) No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars Generally excellent even though I get the impression that Traviss really wanted to tell the story of Gil and Hallena but needed to include Anak

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review No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars × eBook or Kindle ePUB The Clone Wars rage on As insurgent Separatists fight furiously to wrest control of the galaxy from the Republic Supreme Chancellor Palpatine cunningly manipulates both sides for his own sinister purposes Torrent Company’s Captain Rex agrees to temporarily relieve Anakin Skywalker of Ahsoka his ubiuitous–and insatiably curious–Padawan by bringing her along on a routine three day shakedown cruise aboard Capta Well this was somethingThis book is a manifesto detailing the flaws of the Clone Wars era Jedi Order The vehicle by which this is done is the Altisian Jedi a splinter group of heretics who are everyone s favorite Mary Sue Jedi Order They allow and encourage love and relationships They accept anyone for training no matter how old they are They wander the galaxy on a giant ship seeking only to help the oppressed and downtrodden with no reference to politics Their leader is a strict non authoritarian who only gives advice never orders They teach strange and unusual Force techniues that not even the Jedi at the Temple have mastered They accept even non Force sensitives into their communityWow it s almost like they re whispers perfect The two main sticking points the manifesto has against the orthodox Jedi Order are1 Their anti attachment teachings2 Their willingness to fight a war with clone cough SLAVE cough soldiersWhich is fair These ARE the main sticking points for literally almost everyone about the Jedi Order We desperately need to see them examined and interrogated in universe I very much appreciate this manifesto for doing that Honestly I wish it had gone a lot farther than it didUnfortunately there was some kind of plot attempted that really took away from the main point A Republic spy got trapped on some planet and a random assortment of people worked together to get her out Captain Pellaeon featured as the spy was in fact his lady love which was interesting The vital thrust of the whole story is the interactions between the Altisian Jedi and Ahsoka and Anakin though and the greater clash of worldviews so the chapters dealing with Random Spy Woman and the communist revolution on Bad Planet 50032 did not hold much interest for meAhsoka s culture shock and uestioning of the Jedi Code she s always been taught was very important as was the conversation she had with Rex at the end about the exploitation of the clones It was interesting to see Anakin confront the idea of married Jedi in another Order but honestly they didn t get to go nearly half as deep as they should have Altis just gave Anakin a uick briefing on how to consider whether attachment is right for you It very clearly and obviously WASN T right for Anakin but he uickly buried the whole conversation with a deft of course it is and it s so unfair that everyone else is making me lie about itThis is in character but VERY frustrating I literally cannot express to you how much I desperately wish Obi Wan had been included in this book I think his name is mentioned maybe once Anakin is never going to be the guy who has in depth theological discussions but Obi Wan TOTALLY WOULD HAVE He s probably STUDIED THE ALTISIAN JEDI in particular since Altis apparently knew ui Gon and could probably break down in DETAILED ANALYSIS the pros and cons of each approach to attachment Like really We re going to walk away after saying attachment is good and doesn t lead to the Dark Side and not even delve any deeperIt s an absolute travesty that this of all books is the one that decided to ignore Obi Wan s existenceAnother travesty the fact that we didn t get to see the Altisian Jedi philosophy in action Really letting go is a fact of life Everyone has to do it The Jedi Order does it preemptively but the Altisian Jedi and every other person who s ever loved another mortal still have to do it when someone they care about dies An ordinary person s grief or anger at bereavement is often devastating to them The whole point of non attachment is that a Jedi going through the same experience is both far powerful and far vulnerable That makes them a massive danger to others if they lose control The Altisian Jedi will have to confront this when spouses or children die in their community when couples break up or do each other wrongsAltis references his dead wife so we know he s done it BUT Ki Adi Mundi who is made much of in this book as a hypocritical exception to the non attachment rule also lost his whole family in the Clone Wars He navigated this as well What we desperately need to really interrogate the Jedi Order s stance on this is to see this happening ourselves We have seen what happens when it goes wrong in the saga of Anakin Skywalker aka ALL OF STAR WARS We have seen how the Jedi Order s prescribed non attachment works Obi Wan Kenobi has shown us time and time again We have not in the preuel era seen a Jedi wholeheartedly commit hisher life to loving someone and then respond healthily when that person is taken from them That is the crux of the whole debate I genuinely CANNOT believe that this book somehow failed to show that It was set up perfectly with Callista and her fiance if one of them had died that would have been a real test for everyone to see including Anakin and Ahsoka We don t even need the fiance for plot reasons since Callista has to be free to meld with a ship and fall in love with Luke Skywalker decades later But no The punch was pulled Come on Honestly Anyone can write and almost everyone has written 250 pages of anti Jedi Order meta Show the alternative Really examine it If you re paid by Lucasfilm to literally write the manifesto go big or go home Imagine the narrative contrast this could have provided What a wasteOther highlights Ahsoka came off as REALLY young in this Given how often Teth was mentioned this can t be set too long after the Battle of Christophsis and she s still in the miniskirt days Her lack of confidence compared to the self assured leader she eventually becomes is evident especially when Pellaeon MAKES HER CHANGE CLOTHES She s embarrassed and tries to argue with him like he s some kind of authority figure when as a commander she LITERALLY OUTRANKS HIM By like a lot Insane I d like to see Pellaeon tell Aayla Secura to put some clothes on If you ever get kicked out of the Order come find us is a very bold thing to say And it does make one consider a lot of AU concepts I have to wonder if any of it would have really helped Anakin though since the main problem is that he can t handle his attachment in the first place Padme s skincare routine moisturizing face mask We stan Anakin hears Altis s name and thinks back to fond memories of ui Gon when he spoke at length about Altis and apparently Dooku Okay And when the HELL was this ui Gon knew Anakin for literally days before he died I guarantee he was not sitting next to the nine year old he d just bought on the flight back from Tatooine discoursing about various dissident views on Jedi theology Are we meant to assume that Anakin has been having these discussions with ui Gon s Force ghost That s not out of the realm of possibility but just include Obi Wan Kenobi That s who ACTUALLY has these memories of detailed discussions with ui Gon That s whose perspective you actually need It was nice to see everyone s outsider POV reactions to the Jedi The almost universal leeriness they provoke is delightful I am so confused about the chain of command in all of this Anakin sends Rex and Ahsoka over to Pellaeon s ship just to get them out of the way so he can visit Padme Can you do that in the military Just be like oh hey I hear you re docked for upgrades can I bring my lads over When they consider rescuing Random Spy Woman it s Intel that tells them to do it Does the military take orders from the CIA Can they even if they want to Rex is the one who gets sent down with his suad even though he s NOT ACTUALLY PART OF PELLAEON S FORCE The Altisian Jedi are brought onboard and added to the rescue mission even though in military terms they are literally random civilians associated with nothing and no one I kind of get the feeling honestly that everyone in universe is just as confused as I am What happened to the good old days of just firing broadsides until one side ran out of ships Oh that was way back last month HA Clone humor I really enjoyed how prominent Rex was in this whole book Seeing him grapple with the injustice of the clones existence was especially important but I love seeing him in action How he is in charge even when he s technically not and always so in tune with the dynamic of his team plus the way he deals with Ahsoka I love him

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review No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars × eBook or Kindle ePUB Rescue the missing operative who is also his secret love Pellaeon–sworn to protect the Republic over all–is torn between duty and desire And Ahsoka sent in with Rex and six untested clone troopers to extract Hallena encounters a new and different Jedi philosophy which shakes the foundation of her upbringing to the core As danger and intrigue intensify the loyalties and convictions of all involved will be teste The Good NewsAnakin my least favorite Star Wars characters of all time wasn t nearly as annoying in this one as he usually is Probably because his role was minor Padme was in this one and I like her even though her role was minuscule I liked the title and how it was part of the plot The Bad NewsThis one wasn t my favorite Star Wars book The story didn t uite grab me And it left me with this uestion Is there some secret underlying reason on why the Jedi can t marry I know reasons are mentioned especially in this one but it just does not seem reasonable I d think they would want little Jedis running around Just my 2 cents

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review No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars × eBook or Kindle ePUB In Gilad Pellaeon’s newly refitted assault ship But the training run becomes an active–and dangerous–rescue mission when Republic undercover agent Hallena Devis goes missing in the middle of a Separatist invasionDispatched to a distant world to aid a local dictator facing a revolution Hallena finds herself surrounded by angry freedom fighters and uestioning the Republic’s methods–and motives Summoned to Ahsoka Rex and a bunch of green clone troopers join forces with Captain Pellaeon to rescue a Republic intelligence officer who s also Pellaeon s loverAlthough this story is pretty inconseuential to the Star Wars Legends canon it is nonetheless very readable The introduction of Altis attachment positive Jedi sect gives some interest and backstory to the character of Callista who was introduced years earlier as a love interest for Luke Skywalker in the ghastly Children of the Jedi by Barbara Hambly makes a dull one note character a little roundedAs with most of Traviss clone wars novels there is heavy emphasis on the morality of using cloned soldiers to fight in a war and this time there is even a brief flash of sympathy for the endless battle droids mown down by the Republic forces without compunctionThe characterisation is good with none of the principals behaving out of step with their established selves and the short length of the book means that there is no digression into dull plot alleyways A much better read than the previous Clone Wars novel

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  • No Prisoners Star Wars The Clone Wars
  • Karen Traviss
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 9780345508997