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Author: Kevin J. Anderson
ISBN: 0425173143
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher Berkley (August 1, 1999)
Language English
Category: For Children
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eBook The Emperor's Plague (Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights, Book 11) download

by Kevin J. Anderson


The Emperor's Plague is the eleventh book in the Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights series. When the Galactic Empire died, they were born-a new hope for the New Republic.

The Emperor's Plague is the eleventh book in the Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights series. The young twins of Han Solo and Princess Leia have taken their first steps as Jedi Knights, defeating the evil minions of the Shadow Academy. Now, with their friends Tenel Ka and Lowbacca the Wookiee, the future heroes of an already legendary saga continue their training.

Great book about the jedi knights who go on to star in the future Star Wars novels. Provides a good back story to the saga. This book was the last in the second cycle of Young Jedi Knights novels, and it was one of the best. It basically takes up right where the previous book left off, with the kids, now fully healed, preparing to meet with the senet to discuss the possible threat the Diversity Alliance may be posing to all human life in the galaxy. Meanwhile Zekk goes to find Bornan Thul and takes Raynar with him because Raynar is Bornan's son and he would be more likely to trust him if he is with him.

Young Jedi Knights is a Star Wars young adult fiction series by science fiction writer Kevin J. Anderson and his wife Rebecca Moesta. It was published from 1995 to 1998. It covers the Jedi training of Jacen and Jaina Solo, the twin children of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo. The series begins 23 years ABY (After the Battle of Yavin), when the twins are fourteen years old. Originally intended to cover six novels, the series eventually stretched to fourteen volumes.

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Star Wars: Jnr/Young Jedi Knights Era (20 items) list by The Antagonist. Tags: Jaina Solo (1), Jacen Solo (1), Young Jedi Knights (1), Sci-fi (1), Star Wars (1), Ya (1), Rebecca Moesta (1), Kevin J. Anderson (1). Published 9 years, 11 months ago. View all The Emperor's Plague (Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights, Book 11) lists. Manufacturer: Berkley Release date: 1 August 1999 ISBN-10 : 0425173143 ISBN-13: 9780425173145.

Tags: Star Wars (New Republic) Young Jedi Knights (Berkley) (part 11. By Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta. Bornan Thul's secret is out: he's been protecting a deadly plague that could devastate the galaxy if released.

Tags: Star Wars (New Republic) Young Jedi Knights (Berkley) (part 11). Published Jan 1998 by Boulevard. And the evil Nolaa Tarkona - leader of the Diversity Alliance - knows where it is hidden. 232 pages, Text Only. Star Wars Young Jedi Knights The Emperor's Plague PB (1998 Boulevard Novel) Published Jan 1998 by Boulevard.

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Bornan Thul's secret is out: he's protecting a deadly plague that could devastate the galaxy if released. And the evil Nolaa Tarkona--leader of the Diversity Alliance--knows where it is hidden. Now Jacen, Jaina and their allies must race against time. As a massive battle rages between New Republic soldiers and the forces of the Diversity Alliance, the young Jedi Knights must find and destroy the plague before it can be released.
Tori Texer
I love anything Star Wars. Excellent plot and read. Can't wait for more.
NI_Rak
Great book about the jedi knights who go on to star in the future Star Wars novels. Provides a good back story to the saga.
Clonanau
Good read
Xirmiu
I didn't enjoy "The Emperor's Plague" as much as "Jedi Bounty," but it was still a fun read. The adults get involved again. We see bits of Han, Leia, and Luke, although the let the children do way more than most would ever allow. The universe needs saving and they must be short on Jedi. Besides, Jedi parents have always been lax.

Like "Jedi Bounty," "The Emperor's Plague" does have a beginning, middle, and end -- something I was afraid for a long while would go missing in this series. Rest assured that though the series continues, there is some problem with a resolution that carries the story onward.

Zekk's character has been through a huge arc throughout the series. He is more the main character than the twins. Here, we see him again, continuing to grow. The relationships between the children becomes more cemented and they are slowly but surely maturing. It's no longer all fun and games.

Although there is a lot of action, the pacing is good and my senses were not overwhelmed. It's a good installment to the series. I can't wait to read the next book.
Abandoned Electrical
Since I am rereading this entire series for the first time in several years I was surprised to realize I remembered almost nothing about this book despite the fact that it is the climax of the series. This does not however, in any way imply a lack of excitment. In fact it was solidly gripping from page one right to the end. This book was the last in the second cycle of Young Jedi Knights novels, and it was one of the best. It basically takes up right where the previous book left off, with the kids, now fully healed, preparing to meet with the senet to discuss the possible threat the Diversity Alliance may be posing to all human life in the galaxy. Meanwhile Zekk goes to find Bornan Thul and takes Raynar with him because Raynar is Bornan's son and he would be more likely to trust him if he is with him. They discover the human plague secret so Leia sends them (Zekk, Bornan, Raynar, Jacen, Jaina, Lowie, and Tenel Ka) on a mission to go and try to destroy the plague storehouse before the Diversity Aliance can get to it and destroy all human's with it. The rest of the book is an intense account of their adventures trying to accomplish this goal, but as to whether they succeed or not, well, you'll just have to read the book, because I'm not telling! I will say though, that it has several unexpected twists, one of which is very sad. One of the few problems with this book is that Leia would knowingly send her children on such a dangerous mission. Despite the fact that they are almost full Jedi Knights, that doesn't change the fact that they are her children, and I don't believe any parent would willingly send their child into such mortal danger. My parants definitely wouldn't! I must admit, I am getting slightly less resentful of all these irritating little couples that are forming (Jacen and Tenel Ka, Jaina and Zekk, Lowie and Raaba, and of course Lusa and Raynar). Jacen and Tenal Ka are funny and interesting, and I have no objections to them liking each other, and Lowie and Raaba are plausible, though boring. Jaina and Zekk are hugely boring though, and Lusa and Raynar are completly implausible. Even so, this was not overpoweringly bad, so I guess I really have nothing to complain about really. In short, this is an excellent series of Star Wars books that are better even then some regular books I've read, and certainly more exciting.
Katishi
I read this book. It's excellently written, very sci-fi, and once you start you just can't stop.
In this book, Zekk and Raynar go to search for the missing Bornan Thul. Bornan is protecting a deadly plague and weapons depot. There is enough plague in the place to kill every living creature in the entire galaxy.
Zekk and Raynar finally reach Bornan, only to find that he is cornered by bounty hunters Shakra and Boba Fett. Bornan puts the ship into self- destruct, grabs his navicomputer holding the coordinates to the depot, and jumps into his escape pod. But, before the ship blows, Boba Fett successfully slices into Thul's computer and takes information form the ship's log. Then, he returns to Nolaa Tarkona, the leader of the diversity alliance, and leaves.
Jacen and Jaina Solo, Tenel Ka Chume Ta'a Djo, and Lowbacca join Zekk, Raynar and Bornan and make it to the weapons depot. They must use mines and other bombs to blow up the depot before Nolaa Tarkona reaches it.
At the end, there's a BIG surprise so you'll have to read the book or I'll give it away. Anyone Who is willing to read a book 2 cm thick and thinks they can handle it is more than welcome to read it !
Cordalas
The last great book in the Young Jedi Knights at least in my opinion the Jedi are sent to destroy the plague warehouse before the Diversity Alliance can use it to destroy all the humans. It was very intense, on the edge of your seats all the way to the last page. I was very surprised and a little saddened by how it ended. It was completely unexpected. Even thought there's three more books written in the YJK series I didn't really like them at all there was just something off about them I can't really place it. For me this is the last time that I truly like Jaina and Jacen. The Jedi twins in the New Jedi Knights just seem so completely different from the ones in this series that I never felt any connection to Jaina or Jacen as I do in these Young Jedi Knights.
Oh my god! Any one who is a Star Wars fan must have this book! From what I read Jacen and Jaina have really matured in the Force, with themselves, and with other people. Jacen and Tenel Ka are defenitly together, although Jaina and Zeek are takin it kinda slow. You really should read the book. There's all kind of action in there. Let's see, we have the plauge destroyed, the death of Raynars father, a little kiss at the end and...... Well if I keep goin I'll probably write the book for you. Which of course would take hours. Basically, if you are any type of Star Wars fan, this book is a nesecity in your collection. RUN OUT AND BUY IT TODAY! Bye!