I felt it wasn’t a bad read myself.


A New Dawn is a great title for this book in a symbolic sense. It plays off the fact that this is the very first in a series of new canon Star Wars novels, and what with the very first released Star Wars film being titled A New Hope, the title of the book also plays off fan nostalgia. It’s also the dawn of a new Star Wars franchise in that the characters introduced here will be further developed in the Star Wars: Rebels cartoon. But thematically, the title seems forced (pun intended). Twi’lek youth Hera Syndulla is in search of, what we come to find out, other like-minded individuals with a yearning to take the Empire down. She wants to insight a galaxy-wide rebellion, although for most of the book she seems under the impression that the people aren’t quite ready yet. When she realizes that there are,

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