[Reading] ➰ Riptide ➸ Paul S. Kemp – Justinfoline.us

Riptide Anyone Can Escape Danger No One Can Escape The Truth.When A Ship Full Of Sith Warriors Arrived In Galactic Alliance Space, The Fight To Destroy It Accidentally Uncovered A Hidden Menace A Long Hidden Group Of Clones, Secretly Created As Insidious Weapons Capable Of Wielding The Force And Heedless Of The Differences Between Light Side And Dark Side Now The Clones Have Escaped And Evidence Suggests That They Are Flawed By Genetic Disease And Violent Madness.Jedi Knight Jaden Korr Pursues The Clones, Hoping To Heal Them But Prepared To Destroy Them What He Doesn T Know Is That Sith Agents Are Hot On His Heels, Determined Not Only To Recover The Clones For Their Master But To Capture Jaden For Their Own Dark Side Purposes In A Life Or Death Battle, Jaden Will Confront A Shocking Reality That Will Rock Him To His Core And Bring Him Face To Face With The Question Of What Makes A Man And A Jedi.

[Reading] ➰ Riptide  ➸ Paul S. Kemp – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Riptide
  • Paul S. Kemp
  • English
  • 19 January 2019
  • 034552246X

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➰ Riptide ➸ Paul S. Kemp – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    I don t know why I inflicted Riptide on myself I mean, I knew that it would be a quick read, but that s about all it had going for it It is the sequel to Crosscurrent and give some closure to the story there But Crosscurrent was awful and it was quite clear that the story wasn t going anyplace good That s definitely the case Having read Riptide, I am here to warn away other unwary travelers Onc...


  2. says:

    Star Wars novels seem to run just two ways either they are poorly written or fantastic reads Riptide is one of the latter It is non stop action from nearly the first page From that point you actually find yourself caring what happens to the characters If y...


  3. says:

    Great Star Wars novel, which cements Paul S Kemp as one of the best Star Wars authors, up there with Drew Karpyshyn and James Luceno Jaden Korr, the great Jedi who defeated the evil spirit of Marka Ragnos, is chasing a group of extremely dangerous clones of some of the greatest Jedi and Sith in history, including Mara Jade and Lumiya In the same time, a pair of deadly Sith assassins with unique ability is chasing him And they are all going to a place of death, in which a great menace is Great Star Wars novel, which cements Paul S Kemp as one of the best Star Wars authors, up there with Drew Karpyshyn and James Luceno Jaden Korr, the great Jedi who defeated the evil spirit of Marka Ragnos, is chasing a group of extremely dangerous clones of some of the greatest Jedi and Sith in history, including Mara Jade and Lumiya In the same time, a pair of deadly Sith assassins with unique ability is chasing him And they are all going to a place of death, in which...


  4. says:

    Star Wars Riptide continues where CrossCurrent ended A ship of mad clones escape a secret Thrawn Era cloning facility followed closely by Jaden Korr, his new apprentice Marr, and Captain Khedryn Faal The mad clones forgo a mental and biological illness a plague they believe will be cured by an entity know to them as Mother Unknown to all the One Sith have an interest in one of the clones, the last of the Thrawn scientist s experiments The Prime Solider All three factions converge and del Star Wars Riptide continues where CrossCurrent ended A ship of mad clones escape a secret Thrawn Era cloning facility followed closely by Jaden Korr, his new apprentice Marr, and Captain Khedryn Faal The mad clones forgo a mental and biological illness a plague they believe will be cured by an entity know to them as Mother Unknown to all the One Sith have an interest in one of the clones, the last of the Thrawn scientist s experiments The Prime Solider All three factions converge and deliver a great story.Kemp s novel is truly Star Wars meets Philosophy The core theme of Riptide seems to nature vs nurture and the power of choice Jaden Korr having been tempted to the darkside but rejecting it embodies The Light, the twin Umbaran of the One Sith are archetypes of The Darkside For both parties, choice is what defines them But what of the clones They we...


  5. says:

    I found this to be overallfun to read than its prequel Crosscurrent, since we re now working with established characters and a complex plot already in motion Kemp s style is weak but definitely tolerable, and the characters are nice but shallow Mostly we get to hear over and over how much everyone likes each other I like the way that different parts of the Expanded Universe are combined in unusual configurations, and I always like to see novels about compelling characters who didn t o I found this to ...


  6. says:

    The sequel to Star Wars Crosscurrent, Riptide continues the adventure of Jedi Knight Jaden Korr, his new apprentice Marr, and spacer Khedryn as they pursue a ship of mad Jedi clones Along the way, they encounter a brother sister team of Force suppressing trackers who will stop at nothing to capture both Korr and the clones Overall, the book is not as exciting as other books in the Star Wars Expanded Universe Both it and its predecessor lack the frenetic energy and suspense that other novels The sequel to Star Wars Crosscurrent, Riptide continues the adventure of Jedi Knight Jaden Korr, his new apprentice Marr, and spacer Khedryn as they pursue a ship of mad Jedi clones Along the way, they encounter a brother sister team of Force suppressing trackers who will stop at nothing to capture both Korr and the clones Overall, the...


  7. says:

    Fast paced, action packed, and an entertaining read This is the second book by Paul S Kemp in the series, and I ve enjoyed it so far because it s a bit different from the other Star Wars novels You won t find any of the main characters here, no Han, or Leia, although Luke does make a brief cameo These novels focus on Jaden Korr, who was the protagonist from the Jedi Academy game so many years ago That s one of the things I really enjoy about the Star Wars Universe, random characters from ot Fast paced, action packed, and an entertaining read This is the second book by Paul S Kemp in the s...


  8. says:

    I liked the continuation to Jaden Korr s story While the part with the mindshear and the body switching seemed a bit of a stretch for me, I did enjoy this book With the focus of the story switching between Jaden, Soldier, and the Umbaran twins, it was a nice change of pace Learning that the clones each had very simplistic names and were influenced by a real like Mother was a nice touch I wish they had explained the cloning facility a littleas it had so much Jedi and Sith DNA so it wo I liked the continuation to Jaden Korr s story While the part with the mindshear and the body switching seemed a bit of a stretch for me, I did enjoy this book With the focus of the story switching between Jaden, Soldier, and the Umbaran twins, it was a nice change of pace Learning that the clones each had very simplistic names and were influenced by a real like Mother was a nice touch...


  9. says:

    this book was a very entertaining read, although it did lack some depth i am a HUGE star wars fan, so my opinion may be a little biased, but the action throughout the book had me hooked the writing, especially the dialogue, was pretty cliche I didnt mind too much, mainly because i had my attentionon the plot as a whole, but i know others will find it annoying the characters all were somewhat predictable in their actions, but again, i didnt really care too much I read thisfor the this book was a very entertaining read, although it did lack some depth i am a HUGE star wars fan, so my opinion may be a little biased, but the action throughout the book had me hooked the writing, especially the dialogue, was pretty cliche I didnt mind too...


  10. says:

    This book continues the story of Jaden Korr and picks up where Crosscurrent ended I had forgotten a lot of the earlier plot, but the action involves Jaden with the help of Khedryn Marr of the spaceship, Junker chasing down clones who can use the dark side of the Force There s also a shadow group of the One Sith adding complications to the chase I especially liked the battle in space which had Jaden using his lightsaber an escape pod against a scout space vehicle The story end This book continues the story of Jaden Korr and picks up where Crosscurrent ended I had forgotten a lot of the earlier plot, but the ...

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