[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Hard Contact (Star Wars: Republic Commando, #1) ✈ Karen Traviss – Justinfoline.us

Hard Contact (Star Wars: Republic Commando, #1) As The Clone Wars Rage, Victory Or Defeat Lies In The Hands Of Elite Squads That Take On The Toughest Assignments In The Galaxy Stone Cold Soldiers Who Go Where No One Else Would, To Do What No One Else CouldOn A Mission To Sabotage A Chemical Weapon Research Facility On A Separatist Held Planet, Four Clone Troopers Operate Under The Very Noses Of Their Enemies The Commandos Are Outnumbered And Outgunned, Deep Behind Enemy Lines With No Backup And Working With Strangers Instead Of Trusted Teammates Matters Don T Improve When Darman, The Squad S Demolitions Expert, Gets Separated From The Others During Planetfall Even Darman S Apparent Good Luck In Meeting An Inexperienced Padawan Vanishes Once Etain Admits To Her Woeful Inexperience.For The Separated Clone Commandos And Stranded Jedi, A Long, Dangerous Journey Lies Ahead, Through Hostile Territory Brimming With Trandoshan Slavers, Separatists, And Suspicious Natives A Single Misstep Could Mean Discovery And Death It S A Virtual Suicide Mission For Anyone Anyone Except Republic Commandos.

[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Hard Contact (Star Wars: Republic Commando, #1)  ✈ Karen Traviss – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 293 pages
  • Hard Contact (Star Wars: Republic Commando, #1)
  • Karen Traviss
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 0345478274

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Hard Contact (Star Wars: Republic Commando, #1) ✈ Karen Traviss – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    When is a Star Wars novel not a Star Wars novel That seems to be one of the questions raised by Republic Commando Hard Contact On the surface, it very much seems to be one you have a group of Commando clone troopers trying to rescue a young Jedi from a Mandalorian warrior, and the Clone Wars are very actively happening in the background of the novel s action Despite these surface similarities, however, the novel bears very little in common with the rest of the Star Wars universe, and what When is a Star Wars novel not a Star Wars novel That seems to be one of the questions raised by Republic Commando Hard Contact On the surface, it very much seems to be one you have a group of Commando clone troopers trying to rescue a young Jedi from a Mandalorian warrior, and the Clone Wars are very actively happening in the background of the novel s action Despite these surface similarities, however, the novel bears very little in common with the rest of the Star Wars universe, and what is the house style of the EU Expanded Universe novels in general If a few names and titles had have been changed, thi...


  2. says:

    4.0 to 4.5 stars This is an excellent example of a really good writer which Karen Traviss certainly is using the Star Wars universe as background but still taking the the time to tell a good story If you were to remove the Star Wars elements from this book, it would still be a compelling read as the characters are fully fleshed out, the action scenes are very well written and the plot is excellent It is books like this that show you what a rich, wonderful background the Star Wars universe 4.0 to 4.5 stars This is an excellent example of a really good writer which Karen Traviss certainly is using the Star Wars universe as background but still taking the the time to tell a good story If you were to remove the Star Wars elements from this book, it would still be a compelling read as the characters are fully fleshed out, the action sc...


  3. says:

    Not all soldiers wear uniforms, ma am Thanks to a Star Wars book club, I got to reread this amazing Clone Wars era novel Four clone commandos have been assigned an important task land on Qiilura, apprehend scientist, Uthan, and destroy her work on biological agents targeted at clones But a Mandalorian mercenary, the desperate natives, and a green Padawan might keep them from their objective.What I Liked There is so much to love about this book, it s hard to decide where exactly to begin.I gue Not all soldiers wear un...


  4. says:

    Star Wars republic Commando Hard Contact is a great read for anybody who loves Star Wars books or Star Wars in general The plot follows a squad of clone commandos and a Jedi Padawan as they carry out a mission on a farming planet In this way, it is unlike most Star Wars books It is a great military book, and shows how a four person squad works together The author uses imagery well to allow the reader to visualize the action and fighting The bo...


  5. says:

    I wanted to read this book because I fell in love with Karen Traviss wess har novels, so was definitely looking forward to reading pretty much anything else she writes I m also a Star Wars fan, but haven t read much in the Star Wars universe as far as tie in novels but for one by Timothy Zahn a long time ago.It took me a long time to get into it but once I did, I was drawn into Ms Traviss typical characterizations and didn t really want to put the book down I don t, however, feel that t I wanted to read this book because I fell in love with Karen Traviss wess har novels, so was definitely looking forward to reading p...


  6. says:

    Surprisingly subtle for a story whose basic purpose is to advertise a Star Wars game Not all blasters and light sabers Character growth and change on several levels A second reading confirmed my opinion of this book s quality.


  7. says:

    OK, I m going to make myself dead unpopular and come right out with it I don t like Star Wars Never have, probably never will A brush with a Star Wars based cult when I was a kid probably didn t help However, I d come across Karen Traviss s City of Pearl series, and thought her writing was the bee s knees, so I gave Hard Contact a whirl Just, you know, in case And, sure enough, while a lot of the background and Star Wars in jokes made my eyes roll like cheap compasses, the writing was act OK, I m going to make myself dead unpopular and come right out with it I don t like Star Wars Never have, probably never will A brush with a Star Wars based cult when I was a kid probably didn t help However, I d come across Karen Traviss s City of Pearl series, and thought her writing was the bee s knees, so I gave Hard Contact a whirl Just, you know, in case And, sure enough, while a lot of the background and Star Wars in...


  8. says:

    By far one of the best Star Wars Universe series I ve ever read It may not be full of Jedi, but this story is Star Wars through and through It puts into perspective everything that you didn t even consider, andthan makes up for the dreadful flops that were episodes I,II, and III If you are at all interested in the back story of the...


  9. says:

    Hard contact is about 4 identical clones of Jango Fett, and there padawan commander, Ethian, must destroy a virus that kills only clones and capture the head scientist The problem is that the commando squad has been split up by a crash landing, and the mandolorian tasked with protect the scientist is hunting the padawan Karen Traviss sh...


  10. says:

    When I first read this book, I was expecting to read a light, shallow book based on a video game Instead, I got an intriguing story with complex themes and well developed, unique characters that all interact in some of the best dialogue I ve ever read Love this series.

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