The location of a powerful Sith relic is closer to being uncovered, and so is the fate of Jedi Kerra Holt’s lost family! Kerra’s knowledge has gotten a Sith reconnaissance team closer to the relic than would have been possible without her, but will her desire to find what happened to her family also bring more destruction to Sith territories? How long can she stay undercover and keep one step ahead of the team and their merciless leader?
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IGNThe illustrations for this book are a little like a 3-0 fastball: bare bones functionality with little apparent effort for subtlety or artistry. Shoppers may be drawn in by Benjamin Carre’s elegant cover, but, inside, they will find little about which to be excited. The images regularly lack a sense of three-dimensionality, with characters placed at the same depth and little in the way of foreground or background. In my opinion, the Knight Errant series takes things more safely than it should. There are rarely any viable “Holy crap!” moments, with John Jackson Miller frequently opting for afternoon cartoon knots in his narrative that can be undone quickly and with a minimum degree of difficulty. This issue may represent one of those safe climaxes, but it is also represents the pinnacle of the series thus far. As Miller’s other Star Wars series have peaked at their midpoints before descending into disappointment, readers should temper their expectations for the rest of the series.