"X-Wing: The Krytos Trap," by Michael Stackpole [Bantam, 1996]

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“The Krytos Trap,” by Michael Stackpole [Bantam, 1996]

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10 (Excellent) 19 vote(s) 38.8%
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  1. Gandalf the Grey Jedi Grand Master

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    May 14, 2000
    star 6
  2. Gandalf the Grey Jedi Grand Master

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    May 14, 2000
    star 6
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    Summary:
    The Rebels have taken the Imperial headquarters world of Coruscant, but their problems are far from over. A killer virus called Krytos is spreading among the population, and fomenting a counter-revolution, at the same time as the treason trial of Rebel hero Tycho Celchu. And X-wing pilot Corran Horn, given up for dead in "Iceheart"'s inescapable prison, discovers an extraordinary power in himself--the power of the Force!

  3. JADES_FIRE Jedi Master

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    Dec 3, 2001
    star 4

    Another great Stackpole book. :D (8)
  4. evanchester Jedi Knight

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    May 25, 2002
    star 2
    I gave it a 9. I think Corran Horn is a great character.
  5. Convalescent Jedi Knight

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    Jan 19, 2003
    9 / 10

    This book was great. I love political books, and this was right up there. The court drama was very Law and Order! I love that stuff. There were also alot of twists and turns throughout this one, and that just kept me turning the pages, it really didnt seem to slow down, even uphill.
  6. neeldawg66 Force Ghost

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    Mar 21, 2002
    star 8
    10.

    I enjoyed this very much, Corran's escape, Tycho's trial and the Rogue Squadron's spy exposed, I loved this book. Very well written.
  7. simon_jedi Jedi Padawan

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    Mar 13, 2003
    Great X-Wing novel. I give this one 8/10
  8. Corran10584 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 8, 2002
    star 5
    9 - Yet another wonderful addition to the X-Wing series. We got to see some nice character development from some previously minor characters, Nawara Ven and Asyr Sei'lar for example. Even though you knew he was alive, the way the Rogues take to Corran's death is rather touching. Throw in Corran's ordeals/escape from Lusankya, Tycho's trial, and some very well written space battles, and you start to see why M.A.S. is so successful. Great book.

    ~Corran
  9. DarthJDDavis Jedi Padawan

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    Sep 15, 2003
    6 of 10

    This was my least favorite of the series and I think it boils down to personal taste. I felt like the court room drama took away a lot from the story and I just couldn't really get into it.
  10. Drew_Atreides Force Ghost

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    Apr 30, 2002
    star 5
    2

    I found alot of enjoyment in the first book of the series, "Rogue Squadron".. I struggled a bit with "Wedge's Gamble", but made it thru it..

    This is the book that killed my interest in the overrated "X-wing" series.. I got to the midway point, and just couldn't continue..

    Maybe someday.....
  11. Bib Fortuna Twi'lek Jedi Youngling

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    Jul 9, 1999
    star 10
    This is my favorite Stackpole X-wing novel. It doesn't have as much action as the others, but Corran's scenes on the Lusankya, as well as Tycho's trial were great to read.
  12. Sniper_Wolf Force Ghost

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    Nov 26, 2002
    star 4
    10
    Another great Stackpole SW novel.

    wolf
  13. Saber_Leader Force Ghost

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    Jan 28, 2003
    star 4
    9

    Another great X-wing novel. Less action, but that's a nice break in this series. The trial scenes and Corran escaping were great.
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