By Jude Watson
The 8th e-book within the exciting sequence from the recent York instances best-selling writer of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice.
As the Empire's strength grows, rebels face a decision: supply in...or struggle. a few shape resistance on battleground planets. a few pass undercover, attempting to struggle the Empire from inside of. And others watch and wait.
For Ferus Olin, hatred of the Empire is own. The issues which have been closest to him were destroyed. The Jedi Order he as soon as belonged to has been decimated. And the long run isn't having a look a lot brighter...unless a real uprising might be born.
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So? So you wouldnt of been born. I dont see why you say that. I’d of been born somewheres. How? Well why not? If your mama had a baby with her other husband and your daddy had one with his other wife which one would you be? I wouldnt be neither of em. That’s right. Rawlins lay watching the stars. After a while he said: I could still be born. I might look different or somethin. If God wanted me to be born I’d be born. And if He didnt you wouldnt. You’re makin my goddamn head hurt. I know it. I’m makin my own.
By the time they had the horses brushed and staked and a fire built it was dark. John Grady stood his saddle upright to the fire and walked out on the prairie and stood listening. He could see the Pumpville watertank against the purple sky. Beside it the horned moon. He could hear the horses cropping grass a hundred yards away.
I felt the same way. The boy nodded. His father looked at the paper again and folded it. The Good Book says that the meek shall inherit the earth and I expect that’s probably the truth. I aint no freethinker, but I’ll tell you what. I’m a long way from bein convinced that it’s all that good a thing. He looked at the boy. He took his key out of his coatpocket and handed it to him. Go on back up there. There’s somethin belongs to you in the closet. The boy took the key. What is it? he said. Just somethin I got for you.
Against the Empire (Star Wars: Last of the Jedi, Book 8) by Jude Watson