Review: Kathy Tyers - Star Wars: The Truce at Bakura

  • October 13, 2000
  • James Skemp
  • review

July 17, 2008: I don’t recall writing this, but I guess I did, and I posted it to Epinions.com. Huh.

This was a review of The Truce at Bakura (hardcover).

The Empire working with the Rebellion?

Written: Oct 13 ‘00

Product Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Pros: Easy to read and keeps you immersed.

Cons: You can get so caught up in the story, that time goes by so quickly!

I’ve read a lot of books, and Star Wars tends to be my favorite subject. I’ve read Zahn and a lot of other good authors, but I have never read any of her other books, and wasn’t sure of what to expect. Kathy Tyers did not let me down. I couldn’t put it down, and finished it in one day.

The plot was good, and all the twists and turns kept me guessing. She did a very good job keeping with the Star Wars feel of it all, and foreshadows a lot of what is to happen in the future.

All and a very good book. I couldn’t give the book a five, because it wasn’t the best book I have ever read (Zahn pops into my mind), but it is definitely up there (4.5). I highly recommend this book, even if you don’t like Star Wars.