Trouble on Cloud City

Trouble on Cloud City Lando Calrissian offers the twins a rare opportunity a vacation on Cloud City They jump at the chance as long as their mysterious new friend Anja Gallandro can come along Anja is happy to be included

  • Title: Trouble on Cloud City
  • Author: Kevin J. Anderson Rebecca Moesta
  • ISBN: 9780425164167
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lando Calrissian offers the twins a rare opportunity a vacation on Cloud City They jump at the chance, as long as their mysterious new friend Anja Gallandro can come along Anja is happy to be included But little do the twins know that they are actually helping Anja hatch her sinister plan A plan that goes far deeper than simple revenge

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    About "Kevin J. Anderson Rebecca Moesta"

    1. Kevin J. Anderson Rebecca Moesta

      Yes, I have a lot of books, and if this is your first visit to my author page, it can be a little overwhelming If you are new to my work, let me recommend a few titles as good places to start I love my Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I series, humorous horror mysteries, which begin with DEATH WARMED OVER My steampunk fantasy adventures, CLOCKWORK ANGELS and CLOCKWORK LIVES, written with Neil Peart, legendary drummer from Rush, are two of my very favorite novels ever And my magnum opus, the science fiction epic The Saga of Seven Suns, begins with HIDDEN EMPIRE After you ve tried those, I hope you ll check out some of my other series.I have written spin off novels for Star Wars, StarCraft, Titan A.E and The X Files, and is the co author of the Dune prequels His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series and the Nebula Award nominated Assemblers of Infinity He has also written several comic books including the Dark Horse Star Wars collection Tales of the Jedi written in collaboration with Tom Veitch, Predator titles also for Dark Horse , and X Files titles for Topps.I serve as a judge in the Writers of the Future contest.My wife is author Rebecca Moesta They currently reside near Monument, Colorado.

    297 thoughts on “Trouble on Cloud City”


    1. More like 3.5This was a good YA book for the star wars fandom. It gave me a good perspective of what happens after the wars from the movies. It is also a good introduction into the Fate of the Jedi series


    2. The entries in the Young Jedi Knights series up to this point have, for the most part, been fun and enjoyable reads. Trouble on Cloud City, unfortunately, doesn't live up to the standards set by previous books in the series. While the adventures in these books have been a source of entertainment for both young and old alike previously, even younger readers may not be able to forgive the book's many flaws.The problems start with the story arc's main conflict. While the Shadow Academy and Diversit [...]


    3. 3.7 stars.The cover is done very well. The twins actually look 16, which wasn't the case with the previous book. They could easily be my students.I don't know why Leia would be aghast at Jaina's disheveled appearance. She was a Rebel and trudged through forests. Geez. I like how Jaina and Tenel Ka understand each others' jealousy over Anja's behavior with Zekk and Jacen. The fact that Raynar even recognizes it says a lot about the teen! Kudos to him for not saying anything.But I like how Jaina, [...]


    4. When I was a boy, this was the first extension of the beloved film series that I became aware of, and that served as the initial allure for my purchase. The problem was, the novelty existed purely in its appeal to my nostalgia. The characters, beyond the spice addicted Anja, felt flat and rarely distinguishable from one another. All but the mentioned character lacked a great deal of inner conflict, outer conflict, and contradictions in their established values. It was enjoyable to delve deeper i [...]


    5. The overall ride was enjoyable despite the slow start. Combat doesn't really seem to be the focus in this volume, instead the group is stuck trying to figure out a mystery for the most part, with what I found interesting lying with the characters. Anja (as much as I'm not a fan of her) gets good coverage for the issues that she faces and develops quite nicely throughout the course of the book and Tenel Ka has some gorgeous bits, more revealing than anything else in this entire series. The latter [...]


    6. Another installment in the Young Jedi Knights saga. I'm liking Anja's character a lot. The way that she's conflicted is portrayed pretty well. So far, she hasn't made her complete shift to being a good person, which is refreshing. The Solo twins' amazingly positive influence hasn't completely succeeded. Yet.


    7. When Lando Calrissian asks the young jedi knights if they would like a vacation on cloud city they gladly accept. what they didn't know was that their " vacation " was more of a fight to remain alive.I thought it was an execelent book and if you havn't read the young jedi knights series you are missing out on a great series of books.


    8. I read this whole series several times when I was a kid. These were a lot of fun and easy to read. They really helped me along my way to enjoy reading and becoming obessed with Star Wars. We meet alot of charaters that became close frinds to the reader. I feel Anderson was able to identify what a young adult would be lookig for in characters and hit it bullseye. Kudos for a great series.


    9. At this point the series had really gone on too long without any real progression to keep my interest. I remember being sad to hear the series was ending after this story-line, but it was time.


    10. I have really enjoyed all of the young jedi knights books and was supper happy with this one! (I'm so glad I own it)



    11. This final trilogy in the series is weak, but this one was better than the first. I don't remember how it all ends, but I am looking forward to it.


    12. most definately not amazing. but still cool-ish. good basic plot and the andris spice addiction is well-described.


    13. I thought it was exciting because of the ups and downs the danger at every turn and thats whhy I liked this book.


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