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Rating: I, Jedi by Michael A. Stackpole, a Star Wars novel, was rated 5/5 by this reviewer.
TimeLine: 11 years after the Battle of Yavin
Author: Michael A. Stackpole
Published: May, 1998
Review by: Ensign Hal Horn

Old Friends: Wedge Antilles, Tycho Celchu, Gavin Darklighter, Corran Horn, Ooryl Qrygg, Booster Terrik, Mirax Terrik, Airen Cracken, Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa Solo, Jacen Solo, Streen, Brakiss, Tionne, Dorsk 81, Kyp Durron, Mara Jade, Hassg'tuk, Exar Kun, Gantoris

New Faces: Admiral Tavira, Jensaasai, Jacob Nive, Elegos A'kla, Rostek Horn, Neeja Halcyon

Places: Alakatha, Coruscant, Corellia, Yavin 4, Courkins, Scorvli

Synopsis: Corran is on a mission to stop the Invids, a pirate fleet. While awaiting an attack, he thinks about his wife Mirax, and how adamant she is about wanting children....

Review: After the Rogue Squadron stops a minor pirate attack, Corran and the Rogues return to Coruscant, a world that has been ravaged by Thrawn and the Emperor Reborn. The city-planet is a collection of smashed buildings, almost dead looking. But despite the destruction, the people of Coruscant have pulled together to help those left homeless.

Corran returns home with hope and love for Mirax....only to find her gone. Later that night, Corran wakes up after hearing her yell his name,and then disappear. He frantically calls Rogue HQ, and then goes to meet with Tycho. Tycho just happens to be at a meeting with Airen Cracken - he knows where Mirax has gone, but not what has happened to her

After the meeting, Corran sees Wedge, meets with Luke Skywalker and decides to join the Jedi Academy. Taking on the identity of an ancestor, Keiran Halcyon, Corran dyes his hair and grows a goatee, and begins his training as a Jedi. While there, he helps defeat the spirit of Exar Kun, Then with Booster Terrik's help, he infiltrates Corellia to see his grandfather Rostek Horn, and to learn about his family roots...Read on for more of this adventure.

I, personally, love this book. I give it a rating of 5, and strongly urge anyone who loves Star Wars, or any Sci-Fi to read it. The entire book was well written and exciting. Full of intrigue, mystery, love, and of course, Jedi.

Title: I, Jedi
Series: N/A
Author: Michael A. Stackpole
Review by: Ensign Hal Horn