Star Wars the High Republic: Mission to Disaster
ISBN: 1368068006
EAN13: 9781368068000
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 4, 2022
Pages: 240
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Small Piece of the Puzzle to the End of This High Republic Phase
No idea why this came out two months after the April 29 release of Gillian Flynn's second book, "The Fallen Star." And, for the first time, we get to see the return of Anakin Skywalker's favourite apprentice, Padawan Imri Cantaros, only a few years younger than her. I enjoyed Ireland's introduction to these two in her previous High Republic junior novel, The Conciliation, too. Both have their concerns regarding how the Force speaks to them, but there is little time to analyze as another Nihil threat arises on a small planet. It cleared up some lingering questions about the overall plot of the franchise, which was a total disaster at first blush.
   The beginning of the end
Part of the larger High Republic narrative. The book, along with Claudia Gray's The Fallen Star and Daniel José Older's Midnight Horizon, makes up the end of phase I of the publishing initiative. In the second part of the story, we see young Jedi Knight Rwoh and her padawan, Imri Cantaros, struggle to help the people of Dalna survive a terrible threat from the Nihil. The book relies heavily on the science of the time period which can be a little confusing but overall the story fits its target audience and gives us a sense of the larger threat that the Nihil represent to the galaxy at large. Mission to Disaster is a quick read with some heavy action and clear connections to this phase of storytelling, plus some nods to what we might expect in the second phase of the High Republic initiative, McBride writes. A good book, The Age of Persuasion.
   That was a great read
It was a great read, said Jessica, who enjoyed the book. Hercule Poire was a fan of the "Harry Potter" movies, and Vernestra is probably his favourite. I've always loved Sarah's progression throughout the series. Avon too! She is so smart and would love to see what she does with her science.
   Another worthy addition to THR!
This is the third and final middle grade novel to be released by Hachette in the "Harry Potter" series. I'm really proud of the work that Vern and Imri have done with the show, Harrison said. It's great to see Justina Ireland weave a great story.