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[A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...]
Events that occur approximately 6 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

[ Star Wars Rebels: Servants of the Empire: Edge of the Galaxy ]

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Servants of the Empire: Edge of the Galaxy
Jason Fry
Disney Lucasfilm Press [US]; Egmont [UK]
Published as:
Paperback Book (2014)
e-Book [US only] (2014)

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1 review [Review score: 4 / 5]

Zare Leonis seems destined to become a poster boy for the Empire. His sister Dhara has been accepted into the esteemed Imperial Academy on Lothal and Zare is confident he’ll join her in a year’s time. But a year can bring plenty of unwelcome changes. Not only does he begin to uncover the Empire’s destructive plans for Lothal and the livelihood of its people, but his unease hits home when Dhara goes mysteriously missing. Zare is forced to question everything and rethink what it means to be a good servant of the Empire.

This story occurs approximately 6 years before Episode IV: A New Hope (1 year prior to Star Wars Rebels).

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Review by Darth Kondorr, Poland, 2016:

When starting to read those novels targeted at younger readers I am always skeptic and to my surprise... always positively surprised. It was the same with the "Adventures in Wild Space".
This time around the first half of the book really was kinda dull. You could call the concept of this book a high school drama/horror, where the star athlete/quarterback strives to win the school championship while at the same time uncovering some body snatchers conspiracy, where the Empire did the body snatching. It all would be much more bearable if not for the long and page filling descriptions of space rugby.
But once the characters and plot points were established the book made a fantastic job at showing how our youngsters uncover the truth behind the imperial propaganda and how oppressive and evil this new tyranny truly is. Showing the imperial influence on every day citizens was maybe even darker and more impressive than the sadistic actions of over the top villain Count Vidian from the "A New Dawn" book.

Rating: 4 / 5

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