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[A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...]
Events that occur approximately 4 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

[ Star Wars Rebels: Servants of the Empire: Imperial Justice]

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Servants of the Empire: Imperial Justice
Jason Fry
Disney Lucasfilm Press [US]; Egmont [UK]
Published as:
Paperback Book (2015)
e-Book [US only (2015)

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1 review [Review score: 4 / 5]

As a new student at Lothal's Imperial Academy, Zare Leonis does everything it takes to pass as a model cadet. But, secretly he is a hidden spy among Imperial loyalists, determined to discover the truth about his missing sister and to bring down the Empire. Luckily, he has his tech-savvy girlfriend, Merei, by his side, willing to help him however she can--even if it means dealing with criminals in the shadiest parts of Capital City. In the meantime, Zare must face down a dangerous foe of his own: Captain Roddance, who seems bent on pushing Zare to his breaking point. Join these rebellious cadets as they risk everything to take on the fearsome Empire.

This story occurs approximately 4 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

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Review by Darth Kondorr, Poland, 2016:

This one reminded me of "The Wave" book I read long ago for class, about an experiment in a shool, that simulated a kind of Nazi social structure and how it changed the students. What we get to read here is fiction, but what is within it is not an experiment. This time it really covers dark ground and shows how much dirt you get on your self trying to fight the empire in secret. Can one fight evil from within and not be tainted with it? Can you support a positive insurgency without becoming a criminal? When is it far enough?
Heavy stuff for a children's book, yet it never truly crosses the line into adult fare, which is quit an impressive balance act. Cannot wait for the conclusion!

Rating: 4 / 5

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