The wars continue as the Jedi battle on Jabiim, and then move on to another system after a costly retreat. We get to look a bit more at Anakin's character. Personally, I like these stories of the final days of the Republic, even if I do not like Anakin per se, who is often too bratty. There is a brief appearance by Bariss Offee, the healer from the Medstar novels (which I reviewed here). My favorite character was the Tusken jedi master this time. And this volume does feature a cliff hanger, which I am not revealing. Overall, another good and entertaining read, but I liked the previous volume better. Still, a good series to keep following.
Paperback, 120 pages
Published March 3, 2004 by Dark Horse.