Star Wars: Shadow Fall is at its best when it’s bad

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    <figure class=”image image-medium pull-right hasCaption shortcode” section=”shortcodeImage”><span class=”imageContainer”><span>shadow-fall</span></span><figcaption><span class=”caption”><p>B-Wing pilot Chass na Chadic undergoes some major character development over the course of Shadow Fall.</p></span><span class=”credit”>
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    </span></figcaption></figure><p class=”speakableTextP1″>Pretty early on in <span class=”comLink nolinks norewrite ” section=”commerce-link” data-track=”commerceLink”>Star Wars: Shadow Fall</span>, the second book in Alexander Freed’s <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>Alphabet Squadron</span> trilogy, I realized I wanted to spend more time with the bad guys. It’s just so fascinating to get into the heads of people working for the Galactic Empire and see how they continue to serve a totalitarian regime that blew up an <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>entire planet</span>. </p><p class=”speakableTextP2″>These villains are especially engaging at this point in the timeline, in the months following Return of the Jedi, when the Empire is on the run from the nascent New Republic following the Battle of Endor. Imperials have gone from being the galaxy’s dominant power to a fractured military force scrambling to survive and figuring out what to do next.</p><p>In Freed’s colorful adventure Shadow Fall, out Tuesday, we see the Empire through the eyes of calculating TIE fighter pilot Soran Keize. After fleeing the Empire and going into hiding, he returned to his Imperial allies at the end of the previous book, driven by a sense of duty to elite special forces group Shadow Wing rather than a misguided belief that the on-the-run Empire can seize back power.</p><div class=”newsletter-subscribe-form desktop -inline ” section=”subscribeNewsletter” data-track=”newsletter”>

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    </div><p>Through Keize, we get some insight into Shadow Wing as its rivalry with the New Republic’s Alphabet Squadron develops — basically giving the bad guys a sense of humanity <span class=”link” section=”shortcodeLink”>missing</span> from last year’s trilogy opener.</p><p>However, the bulk of this 393-page novel is still spent with good guys Alphabet Squadron, as they try to lure Shadow Wing into a trap. They’re led by Imperial defector Yrica Quell, who’s the most compelling of the group as she tries to come to terms with guilt over her role in the atrocities committed in her final days with the Empire. That Keize was the one who convinced her to leave adds a layer to the drama, since they’re unaware the other has survived.   </p>

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