star wars the old republic fatal alliance pdf

But the truth about the treasure is dangerous and deadly.
Satele Shan: Wise old Jedi Master who actually doesn't say many wise things.
I love me long, meaty books, but this book could easily have had 100 pages chopped out of it and been a lot better for the editing.
I just don't think so!Larin: the soldier who did something bad (and lemme tell you, the "bad thing" she did was so lame and overdone I wanted to smack myself with a brick but teams up with the Jedi after knowing him all of 15 minutes.There were numerous scenes that seemed to be there only to flesh this out to the ungodly 480 pages mass market paperback.A waste of time much?Other than Jet Nebula (and even HE has his problems I didn't care about any of them.I particularly liked Jet Nebula.If I didn't have a friend pushing me, telling me it got better, I would have given up, obsessive Star Wars fan.They were so generic and/or stereotyped, it wasn't funny.

Ula: the Republic aide who is actually an Imperial spy.
Representatives of both the Republic and the Sith Empire are present, along with a Jedi Padawan sent to investigate, a disenfranchised trooper drummed out of the Republic's elite Blackstar Squad, and a mysterious Mandalorian with a private agenda.
You mean to tell me that people 3000 years before the Death Star had the same hyperdrive capabilities, the same comm power, the same stupid political squabbles (oh, sure, the Sith here are out in the open, but really.
This crazy bunch all find out about the ship, Cinzia, and its cargo, and they decide (eventually.) to (sort of) create pdf software open source windows team up and seek it out.Add to that the 6 page chapters (and I actually like short chapters and I felt like I was watching a cartoon on fast forward.Personally, I would skip.Lucas Licensing, on the m message boards.The Hutts don't know what it is; they are just auctioning it off to all these people and somehow, both the Sith and the Jedi/Republic figure it must be worth buying.If these things have been invented, why don't they ever crop up later?