By Jude Watson
The 8th e-book within the exciting sequence from the recent York instances best-selling writer of Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice.
As the Empire's energy grows, rebels face a call: provide in...or struggle. a few shape resistance on battleground planets. a few pass undercover, attempting to struggle the Empire from inside. And others watch and wait.
For Ferus Olin, hatred of the Empire is own. The issues which were closest to him were destroyed. The Jedi Order he as soon as belonged to has been decimated. And the long run isn't having a look a lot brighter...unless a real uprising might be born.
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She felt well, and when she eventually moved inside to the mirror to brush her hair, she thought, I shall sleep better tonight. But a sharp scream from the corridor, and a sound of running feet, startled her into an awareness of danger. She listened, motionless, ancient fears awakening. Silence. Opening her door cautiously, she saw light streaming from the Puseys' suite, and heard voices. Oh, God, she thought. A heart attack. And willed herself to take charge. It was Jennifer's door that was open, and Jennifer herself, the straps of a satin nightgown slipping from her plump shoulders, laughing and uttering little moans, was poised on her bed, her legs drawn up.
Wine,' she added, responding to Edith's curiosity. 'He was a sherry importer. And the funny thing is, the old girl can't stand the taste of it. She only likes champagne. ' Edith, remembering the last occasion on which she had drunk champagne, shuddered. ' asked Monica. I am tired, thought Edith. I must be careful. I am not going to confide in this languid and luxurious woman, who would in any case be bored if I did. Light conversation is all that is called for. 'I'm fine,' she said. ' Monica's face fell.
It's Sunday. ' Watching Monica plunging a resolute fork into an éclair, Edith reflected, with some humility, that she was not good at human nature. She could make up charac- ters but she could not decipher those in real life. For the conduct of life she required an interpreter. And this woman was very pleasant, very pleasant indeed. Although apt, she could see, to cause dissension. M. Huber had frowned when he saw her veer off in the direction of the care, Edith in her wake. ' Monica's fine oval eyes emptied of all expression.