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by Aaron Allston

eBook Solo Command (Star Wars X-Wing) download ISBN: 0553506056
Author: Aaron Allston
Publisher: Transworld Pub (February 28, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 341
ePub: 1781 kb
Fb2: 1482 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Fantasy

Star Wars: X-wing is a ten-book series of Star Wars novels by Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allston.

Star Wars: X-wing is a ten-book series of Star Wars novels by Michael A. Stackpole's contributions cover the adventures of a new Rogue Squadron formed by Wedge Antilles, while Allston's focus on Wraith Squadron, another creation of Antilles'. The first seven novels take place . –7.

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X-Wing: Solo Command. The X-Wing series was envisioned as "Star Wars meets Top Gun" The following three books by Aaron Allston are known informally as the Wraith Squadron series due to their focus on that squadron, and relate the New Republic's.

X-Wing: Solo Command. By Michael Stackpole: X-Wing: Isard's Revenge. The X-Wing series was envisioned as "Star Wars meets Top Gun". The first four books by Michael Stackpole are collectively known informally as the Rogue Squadron series, as together they form a self-contained plot involving the members of Rogue Squadron. The following three books by Aaron Allston are known informally as the Wraith Squadron series due to their focus on that squadron, and relate the New Republic's campaign against the Imperial warlord Zsinj. The events of this trilogy lead directly into The Courtship of Princess Leia.

Star Wars X-Wing Book 5 Wraith Squadron by Aaron Allston. led by the only man crafty enough to beat Zsinj at his own game: Han Solo. But Zsinj knows the X-wing. Myn Donos, the X-wing squadron commander, looked around in confusion. military: "Sensors reg. Star Wars X-Wing Book 6 Iron Fist by Aaron Allston. 248 Pages·2009·999 KB·62 Downloads  . 53 MB·79,500 Downloads·New!. Star Wars Legacy of the Force Book 7 Fury by Aaron Allston.

I prefer Aaron Allston's writing style to Michael Stackpole's; but even so, the stories do not show enough depth - too fast paced, very superficial.

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X-Wing - Solo Command: This is not the finale you're looking for I admit to being a little disappointed in Solo . Aaron Allston was the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen Star Wars novels as well as the Doc Sidhe novels, which combine 1930s-style hero-pulp fiction with Celtic myth.

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Comments: (7)
Faulkree
I'd say "Solo Command" is about on par with the rest of the trilogy. There's good and bad, and I'm ho hum over the whole thing. I read it, but I was not on the edge of my seat.

WHAT I LIKED:

1) This books leads right into Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia, one of my favorite Star Wars books of all time. As bland as Han Solo is, he does give a reason for what happens in the next book.

2) Gara Pentothel. She has the best arc of the entire trilogy. Her character stretches and grows like no other. I wish her she had more closure, but my heart is with her.

3) At least it's not all dogfights.

WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE:

1) People who "die" aren't truly dead. This is used a lot in Star Wars, but it's just plain overused in this series. If they're dead, they're dead. Stop finding a way for them to not be dead. I am no longer saddened at anyone's death, because I'm sure I'll find them alive later down the line. They've lost that emotional response from me as a reader, and that disconnect is a BIG DEAL. I can't relate. I'm outside looking in.

2) There is no logic. Everyone believes A leads to B -- everyone but the reader. Wraith Squadron has to go to a planet to see the place Piggy was transformed. Why? Because Piggy was transformed there. Because Zsinj showed an inkling of interest in a fake Ewok pilot. That was their sole motivation at the time, not because they knew it was important to the New Republic. Was it important? Yes. But they didn't know that at the time. It was a forced situation, so Allston could bring it back into the story later on; but it was completely illogical. Make it Piggy's personal mission. Make it so some of his friends want to come along. Don't make it a mission for Wraith Squadron.

Another example: Tal'dira tries to blast Wedge out of the sky. Corran rescues Wedge, thinks he shot Tal'dira. What is on everyone's mind afterwards? Oh my, Corran shot a fellow pilot. Does that make sense? *He rescued Wedge.* Surely, they should be more concerned they had a traitor pilot? Or Wedge would be unnerved at the assassination attempt? Nope. Just doesn't make sense.

3) Wraiths who aren't fit to fly keep getting put back in the pilot's seat. Come on, this is an elite unit. It's ridiculous someone who's so injured he's still in a Bacta tank is brought along on a ship so they could let him fly. It's ridiculous that someone who disobeys orders and tries to kill a fellow pilot is made to stay with the Wraiths, even when he asks to resign.

4) Han Solo has such a distinctive personality. In "Solo Command," he is the most bland character I've ever seen. I can't tell him apart from anyone else. It's like he has absolutely no energy.

OVERALL:

I know lots of people love the X-Wing series, but this is my seventh book and I still don't feel it. The best one so far was book #3, Star Wars: X-Wing: The Krytos Trap. I prefer Aaron Allston's writing style to Michael Stackpole's; but even so, the stories do not show enough depth -- too fast paced, very superficial.
Mavivasa
The adventures of Wedge Antilles and Rogue and Wraith squadrons continue in this excellent book. Star Wars fans who are also World War II history buffs will see the parallels between Han Solo's hunt for Zsinj and the carrier battles of the Pacific war. This book has plenty of Star Wars action, but with less emphasis on Jedi and more on the fighter pilots. I for one find this refreshing.
Puchock
I love this story line. I love the mix of star fighter action and intelligence missions. The one downfall is the author's mix of humor into the story. It feels forced.
Mr_Mole
Some transfer issues to digital in the whole series but good book
Dishadel
JUST CAN'T GO WRONG WITH AARON. YUB! YUB! HUMOR AND ACTION! AWESOME! AND HE ADS HAN SOLO TO THE MIX, EVEN BETTER. AARON AND MICHEAL BROUGHT LIFE TO A MINOR CHARACTER FROM THE MOVIE, WEDGE ANTILLES. AND A WHOLE NEW WORLD THAT IS PARALLEL TO THE STORY OF LUKE, HAN AND LEIA, THE X-WING SAGA.
Arthunter
Yes, you need to read the other books in the series, particularly Wraith Squadron and Iron Fist. Then, this'll be a great conclusion. No, Zsinj is not Thrawn, but, as a villain, he's much more believable. This book is full of good characters and plenty of action, enjoy.
Nagis
liked it
I was surprised at how it ended.