Saturday, April 23, 2011

Review - Star Wars #6 (Sentinel)

This is the synopsis from Amazon:

Cast into slavery by the machinations of the Sith, Ori Kitai believes she’s found her way back into the Lost Tribe—and perhaps a whole lot more. Ori’s discovery of a second starship gives her the opportunity to avenge the humiliations heaped on her family by the decrepit Grand Lord. Indeed, she could turn their entire society upside down—offering escape from their planetary prison. But Ori encounters resistance from a surprising person: the seemingly humble farmer who took her in: a man with a secret past and an agenda of his own. He cannot allow Ori Kitai to unleash the Lost Tribe on an unsuspecting galaxy. But how can he stop the woman he loves without destroying them both?

My review: 4 stars

Plot: This one picks up right where #5 lets off. It starts out suspenseful and keeps that suspense up until the very end. Quite a catching story!

Characters: Ori becomes a lot less selfish in this one, and begins to see herself through another's eyes. She becomes much more tolerable.

Setting: Same setting as previous book.

Overall: This one ties up the last book, and ends well. Although it could end as is, I hope to see another book soon!


  1. I noticed that this book is part of a series, but can this book be read as a stand alone?

  2. Cherry: It could... but I would at least advise to read #5 first.

  3. Thank you Ariel! And Happy Easter!! :D


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