Legends
Adult Novel

Agents of Chaos II: Jedi Eclipse

By
James Luceno
Released
Oct 3, 2000
Artwork by
Narrated by
Anthony Heald
Takes place in
25 ABY
In the
New Jedi Order
era
Collects
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Solid character moments competing with a messy plot make this book something of a mixed bag.
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Han's journey of grief leads him to aid an old friend find his family after being separated by the war. Their quest leads them back to Han's old stomping grounds—Corellia. There they encounter Han's evil cousin, Thracken Sal-Solo, who plots to use Centerpoint Station to eliminate the Yuuzhan Vong fleet. Jacen and Anakin arrive to intervene, as Leia seeks the aid of the Hapans.

Publisher's Summary

A string of smashing victories by the forces of the sinister aliens known as the Yuuzhan Vong has left New Republic resources and morale stretched to the breaking point. Leia Organa Solo, estranged from her husband, Han, oversees the evacuation of refugees on planets in the path of the merciless invaders. Luke Skywalker struggles to hold the fractious Jedi Knights together, even while one of them undertakes a bold but reckless undercover mission.

Manipulating their alliance with the amoral Hutts, the Yuuzhan Vong leave a cunning trail of vital information where New Republic agents are sure to find it--information the desperate defenders cannot afford to ignore: the location of the aliens' next target.

Then Han Solo stumbles into the dark heart of raging battle, thus beginning a furious race against time that will require every skill and trick in his arsenal to win...

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Like most of the NJO books, I found parts of this one to be supremely entertaining, while having to really dredge through other parts. I loved the introduction of Droma, and seeing him interact with a woebegone Han Solo was a treat. However, the plot just never commanded my attention and the whole Yuuzhan Vong shtick can get very old very quickly.

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