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<b><i><font color=red>Force Heretic III: Reunion</b></i></font> by Shane Dix and Sean Williams
<i>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. . . .</i>
This is one of my favorite NJO books. The whole deal with Zonoma Sekot was interesting. The Jag and Jaina stuff was awesome. Tahiri and Riina joining was strange, but interesting. Most things seem to be that way.
Good conclusion to Trilogy
I must say that I was interested ONLY on the Zonama Sekot part of this story. It's probably my bad, I don't want to blame Dix and Williams for this. Throughout the Heretic Trilogy I was only interested in what Luke, Jacen, Mara etc.. were doing and I ended up just skimming through all the rest (except for Tahiri's transformation, which was really cool, IMO). I'd give a 10 for Luke's story and a 5 for the rest hence...the average grade being a 7.5. Decent but nothing great. I was a bit disappointed in this trilogy considering how good Traitor and Destiny's Way were.
8 out of 10. Good book but as other have said, the Luke part was miles above the rest. But i do like reading about Mr. Jag Fel here and there.