Invincible is the ninth and final book in the Legacy of the Force series. It is a novel by Troy Denning and was released on May 13, Invincible has ratings and reviews. Heather said: Oh, I LOVED this one. But, beware, spoilers abound in this review.I had pretty much figured o. 4 quotes from Invincible (Star Wars: Legacy of the Force, #9): ‘Han?”“Yeah, sweetie.”“How do you teach a man not to be a noble, long-suffering, self-sa.

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The main complaint seems to be that it’s too much of a rehash of fenning first three movies. Granted, that’s because he focused on Jaina’s point-of-view.

It is like you expect it, but not really. Caedus disallows this, although he even knows that they are lying about their compliance. In the original outline for Invincible, Caedus would have continued to flow-walk back to the Mission to Myrkr in order to further corrupt Deninng as his apprentice.

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The audio invincihle is narrated by Marc Thompson. She didn’t receive much character development and almost seemed to be a prop or tool more than an actual character.

It’s very hard to review this book without reviewing the entire Legacy of the Force series. Dec 30, Pages. Aug 19, Chad Bearden rated it it was ok Shelves: This had the potential to be a five-star book, despite Jacen’s dennin.


Invincible (Star Wars: Legacy of the Force, #9) by Troy Denning

I think that in the context of a sci-fi space opera, the “Legacy of the Force” storyline has been pretty brilliant its not trying to cure cancer.

Unlike most other Star Wars novels, Invincible has a much tighter narrative focus, with Jaina being the primary character from whom dehning story is told.

For Caedus is a scion of both the Skywalker and Solo bloodlines whose command of the Force surpasses even that of his grandfather Darth Vader. AND the finale of this book reveals how the Legacy comic book series came to be or rather, how that state of the universe came to be. The jokes at the beginning of each chapter could have been a nice touch, but I don’t think they quite succeed in achieving what they were meant to.

The Solos, despite all that Caedus has done, fall into grief over his death, as he was still Han and Leia’s son, and Jaina’s brother. It happens, it makes Jaina question, and then it’s overlooked as nothing. I did, however, like the dynamic between Jaina and the Mandalorians. While the actual final duel between Jaina and Caedus felt anticlimatic, the smuggling into his ship and the final moments of the battle as Jaina has to come to grips with the fact that she killed her brother was really well written in comparison.

Star Wars Legends Legacy of the Force. After reading it, I would give it three and a half stars.

Although a bit charicaturistic at times, overall they’ve done a good job. It easily kept me turning pages till I reached the end. But can even the Sword of the Jedi bring down one of the most powerful Sith Lords of all time? Was there the possibility that Caedus could have been redeemed through his ttoy There was a ton of Jaina material in it. Traviss moves all the chess pieces around the board to establish an interesting political, military, and philosophical standoff, then along comes “Invincible”, and all that groundwork, and all those characters either disappear, or are reduced back to the stock cliches that were the hallmark of the worst Bantam novels anyone remember “The Crystal Star” or “The New Rebellion”?


His books do tend to be crowd pleasers. I wish they would have spent the end depicting the emotional fallout of Jaina’s journey instead of spending it on setting up the next story.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Taking down Darth Caedus. Therefore, the books all had different feels. The Boba Fett and the Mandalorian aspects that the other books in the series force us into caring about.

Jaina and Jacen have been more or less inseparable in the past, and it has been made clear on more than one occasion that even when they’re apart, they share a mental bond.

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