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Reunion: Force Heretic III
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Reunion: Force Heretic III
Star Wars: The New Jedi Order Series, Book 19

The Jedi move one step closer to saving the embattled galaxy— only to confront a formidable wall of resistance.

The harrowing search for Zonama Sekot is finally over for Luke Skywalker, Jacen Solo, and the others aboard the Jade Shadow. But joy turns to alarm when the living planet sends a defiant message: it refuses to follow them back to a galaxy full of war, exploitation, and misery.

While Luke works feverishly to persuade the elusive planet to reconsider, the Yuuzhan Vong launches a full-scale attack aimed at the heart of the new alliance. Sent to defend a major communications base, Han and Leia find themselves hopelessly outnumbered. Reinforcements are just too far away to help before everything is destroyed. So the courageous pair must now fight an unrelenting battle against staggering odds. Whether they actually survive is another matter. . . .


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The Jedi move one step closer to saving the embattled galaxy— only to confront a formidable wall of resistance.

The harrowing search for Zonama Sekot is finally over for Luke Skywalker, Jacen Solo, and the others aboard the Jade Shadow. But joy turns to alarm when the living planet sends a defiant message: it refuses to follow them back to a galaxy full of war, exploitation, and misery.

While Luke works feverishly to persuade the elusive planet to reconsider, the Yuuzhan Vong launches a full-scale attack aimed at the heart of the new alliance. Sent to defend a major communications base, Han and Leia find themselves hopelessly outnumbered. Reinforcements are just too far away to help before everything is destroyed. So the courageous pair must now fight an unrelenting battle against staggering odds. Whether they actually survive is another matter. . . .


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    Leia literally took a backseat during the flight to Esfandia. Trying to compete with her husband and Droma was too exhausting, and, ultimately, pointless. At times it seemed their affinity wasn't entirely amicable, but it was perfectly natural. They'd hardly stopped talking since the Ryn had come aboard. Bringing each other up to date on events since they'd parted at Fondor, they covered everything from sneaky tactics to Anakin's death. After the latter, Droma had left the bridge for a while, to sing a plaintive lay in a language Leia didn't understand, but then he'd returned with a story about one of his exploits in the Senex sector. The tale was as tall as a Bolenian hillspinner,
    but it served its purpose by easing the pall of melancholy that had engulfed the Falcon.

    "So they started taking apart the tanker module," Han
    was saying now, relating one of his own stories to Droma,
    his mood far removed from the grief that had consumed
    him earlier.

    "Which you said was filled with liquid hydrogen."

    "Yeah, but destroying the tanker didn't stop the hydrogen.
    If anything, it spread out a little, exactly as
    planned."

    "Why?" Droma asked, frowning. "Hydrogen won't
    burn without oxygen."
    "That's what Goldenrod said. That's the trouble with
    droids: no imagination. As our shields failed, I told Leia
    and Jacen to punch holes through the cruiser's hull with
    our quads. Before I could tell those scarheads to eat ions,
    there was more than enough oxygen for the hydrogen to
    react with. The cruiser went up so fast we had a tough
    time dodging the pieces. After that, it was just a matter of
    getting out of there. The few skips we left behind weren't
    putting up much of a fight."

    "Understandably. I hear Vong skips are useless once
    they're cut off from their yammosks."

    "Well, they're not completely useless," Han said, "but
    it does give you an advantage."

    Droma shrugged. "Speaking of yammosks, I've heard
    some stories about them that would make your tail stand
    on end!"

    Leia listened to the banter but offered nothing toward
    the conversation. Instead, she concentrated on the information
    Droma had provided them: communications had
    indeed been lost with the Unknown Regions. The destruction
    of the base on Generis and the attack on Esfandia appeared
    to be the source of the disruption. A free-floating
    proto-world, Esfandia had long since cut free from whatever
    star had given birth to it, but still had enough radioactivity
    bubbling in its core to sustain a liquid atmosphere.
    It wasn't the most hospitable of places, but it didn't need
    to be. A skeleton crew of about a dozen people, mainly
    technicians, normally inhabited the relay outpost, which
    had been hastily converted from a scientific station at
    the beginning of the war with the Yuuzhan Vong. Since
    Luke's mission had entered the Unknown Regions, the
    Galactic Alliance's military presence around Esfandia had
    been upgraded to two squadrons of X-wings and a frigate
    by the name of Corellian Way. What had happened to
    those forces was unknown. The relay staff only had time
    to broadcast a message alerting their superiors on Mon
    Calamari that they were under attack by the Yuuzhan
    Vong before all communications had been lost.

    That wasn't necessarily a sure sign of disaster. The
    relay base was designed to resist such attacks. Imperial
    AT-AT technology had been adapted to the cold soup of
    Esfandia's environment, creating a giant, mechanical, crablike
    construction capable of moving from place to place
    at a slow but steady pace. Such mobility was an...
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  • Sean Williams is the #1 New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of more than seventy published short stories and thirty novels, including Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Star Wars: The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance. He is a judge for the Writers of the Future contest, which he won in 1993. He is also a multiple winner of Australia's speculative fiction awards and is the recipient of both the Ditmar and the Aurealis for The Crooked Letter, marking the first time in the history of the awards that a fantasy novel has won both. Williams lives with his wife, Amanda, in Adelaide, South Australia.
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