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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 September 2020
I ordered this in the hope that it would be one of the First Edition prints with the blue bordered pages.
Sadly, the bordered pages are grey, which appears to be a UK publisher issue.
UK publishers really need to get on board with the US in terms of exclusive editions. As a consequence I’ve had to order a copy from Barnes & Noble in the US.

On the flip side of this, this book is phenomenal.
It’s the book all Thrawn fans have been dying for!! Who are the Chiss? What is their world like? Their government, politics?
This is an absolutely phenomenal read, probably my second favourite of Zahn’s Canon Thrawn novels (after Thrawn)
I LOVE Admiral Ar’alani- she was in Outbound Flight (Legends) was brought back for Thrawn Treason and now we get her back story and arc too. The Sky-walkers are fantastic- such a great concept, and there was a loose tie in chapter with Thrawn Alliances which was another great touch.
The pace was great- exciting enough to keep the pages turning, but not so jam packed with military tactical steps that you lost the storyline.
Really looking forward to Book 2!
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