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30 review for Legacies (Galaxy's Edge Book 11)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy Pickett

    I was excited to see the new book come out, it definitely did not disappoint! Without giving anything away, it was great front to back, with some new characters, and plenty of familiar ones, and a good bit of backstory to answer some big questions, and create new ones. I love this series, almost doesn't bother me that there are some obvious star wars character copies.. I mean the bad guy in season one wore all black armor and his weapon of choice was a plasma torch he used like a sword, the two bo I was excited to see the new book come out, it definitely did not disappoint! Without giving anything away, it was great front to back, with some new characters, and plenty of familiar ones, and a good bit of backstory to answer some big questions, and create new ones. I love this series, almost doesn't bother me that there are some obvious star wars character copies.. I mean the bad guy in season one wore all black armor and his weapon of choice was a plasma torch he used like a sword, the two bounty hunters/smuggler is obviously straight copy of Boba and Han. Best of all, small spoiler.. the psychotic r2d2.. The Nubarian gunnery bot is back!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pete

    Well, they changed the nomenclature, I'm not sure their calling this "Season 2" anymore, but this is absolutely season 2. We had more of a prologue in Book 10, but this one really sets up the big issues that should be coming down the pipe. Spoiler time. Killing Carter was a curveball. With Ol Cthun taking on a leadership role in the galaxy, I kind of assumed we were going to get the soldier/squad perspective from him and his guys. That was rough. This book does rely heavily on the Savage War trilog Well, they changed the nomenclature, I'm not sure their calling this "Season 2" anymore, but this is absolutely season 2. We had more of a prologue in Book 10, but this one really sets up the big issues that should be coming down the pipe. Spoiler time. Killing Carter was a curveball. With Ol Cthun taking on a leadership role in the galaxy, I kind of assumed we were going to get the soldier/squad perspective from him and his guys. That was rough. This book does rely heavily on the Savage War trilogy. The Ford stuff does get explained, actually pretty simply. The ending...DAMN. If she's who Prisma thinks she is, and she's actually who Ravi thinks she is, that's wild. Can't wait for the next one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danny Cannon

    This is how you start Season 2! I missed these characters! This is a great way to start the story back up. If you have not read the first Season, please do so. You will miss a lot. If you HAVE read it, why don't you already have this? They are all in here. All of your favorites characters, plus more. The last two chapters had me yelling at my ceiling. Thank you sir. May I have another? This is how you start Season 2! I missed these characters! This is a great way to start the story back up. If you have not read the first Season, please do so. You will miss a lot. If you HAVE read it, why don't you already have this? They are all in here. All of your favorites characters, plus more. The last two chapters had me yelling at my ceiling. Thank you sir. May I have another?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alan Waye

    Mind Blown!! Everytime I think I have a handle on where this series is going. I'm totally thrown away from what I read. Keep up the good work fellah. Ktf and please bring back Leenah. Mind Blown!! Everytime I think I have a handle on where this series is going. I'm totally thrown away from what I read. Keep up the good work fellah. Ktf and please bring back Leenah.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Espen

    In Legacies, Jason Anspach and Nick Cole return to the Galaxy’s Edge universe. Season one ended in a conclusive and quite satisfying fashion, but sufficient mysteries remained to leave us all waiting for more. Those mysteries only deepened as Cole and Anspach filled out their universe, showing us the horrors of the Savage Wars and the birth of the Legion, telling stories about Rechs the feared bounty hunter and showing us the ordinary heroism of the men and women who were inspired by those who d In Legacies, Jason Anspach and Nick Cole return to the Galaxy’s Edge universe. Season one ended in a conclusive and quite satisfying fashion, but sufficient mysteries remained to leave us all waiting for more. Those mysteries only deepened as Cole and Anspach filled out their universe, showing us the horrors of the Savage Wars and the birth of the Legion, telling stories about Rechs the feared bounty hunter and showing us the ordinary heroism of the men and women who were inspired by those who dared to stand up to the post-human Savages. Answers to all of that and more is delivered in Legacies. Yet, for as many mysteries as Cole and Anspach answer, two more arise hydra-like to take their place. I am dying to talk about it all, but for this review I shall resist. Even though I feel I have been vindicated on several points. There is a lot of fun to be had here for devoted fans of Galaxy’s Edge, and I wish them all Godspeed. I will however emphasize what the cover blurb says. This journey brings with it more death, destruction, and loss than I would have believed possible. The galaxy is still a dumpster fire, and you had best be prepared for that. A new threat to the galaxy is looming, and those who see it coming are preparing for war. The first book of Season Two is quite a bit different than Legionnaire. I’m not sure you can catch lightning in a bottle twice, and Legacies doesn’t try to be another version of Legionnaire. We in fact already got another version of Legionnaire in Takeover, which used to be the first book of Season Two but then stuff happened. Rather, what we get is something like a more refined version of the second book, Galactic Outlaws, which was intensely divisive among the fans for how different it was from Legionnaire, and how it switched mood and POV so rapidly. At this point, I feel Anspach and Cole have mastered the technique. Even now, I still find Galactic Outlaws a difficult read. Others do too. Legacies could have been two or even three shorter books each telling a unified story, but the ability to shift back and forth between the different characters and different threads without losing the thread feels like it works this time. There seems to be a kind of synergy between the different events in the book, such that if they were separated into different volumes you would have a story that wouldn’t quite live up to its potential. And what a potential it is! What really makes a space opera shine is the grand sweep of its story. Huge battles, rival factions jockeying for position, intrigue and skullduggery. We aren’t quite yet at the point where the epic battles are going down, but all the rest is here, and you know the battles are coming. All the work that went into creating this universe is paying off now, with the promise of more to come. Why not come along for another mission out past Galaxy’s Edge? What else lies in wait, in the darkness, biding its time? I received a free review copy from the authors.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Beau

    Wow! After the first 10 books, I was a little reluctant to start another "season" of Galaxy's Edge. I might have been a victim of "Galaxy's Edge Fatigue" with all the splinter offs, prequels, and variations. It was starting to sprawl like "A Song of Ice and Fire." But this book grabbed me from the beginning and never let go. There are parallel story lines about Wraith, Prisma, and Ravi. We pick up a little about Chuun. What's obvious is that something is coming. "Go to the edge and wait." Tyrus R Wow! After the first 10 books, I was a little reluctant to start another "season" of Galaxy's Edge. I might have been a victim of "Galaxy's Edge Fatigue" with all the splinter offs, prequels, and variations. It was starting to sprawl like "A Song of Ice and Fire." But this book grabbed me from the beginning and never let go. There are parallel story lines about Wraith, Prisma, and Ravi. We pick up a little about Chuun. What's obvious is that something is coming. "Go to the edge and wait." Tyrus Rechs used to say. Retcon is often used as a pejorative term. In this book, there is some retelling and fleshing out of the back story in ways that really enhance the bit of history we know from the first 10 books. And the Savage Wars books. And so on. Something is out there. Something that has always been out there. Having read this book, I don't know what it is, but I feel more certain that there is something there. I'm just guessing, but I don't think it's coming from the edge. Read this book as slowly as you can. Maybe the next one will be ready by then.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robert Defrank

    There was a heady time in the 90s and early 2000s when I eagerly awaited the release of every new Star Wars book, eager to see that mysteries of the past would be revealed, and what would happen next. For a long time, I never thought I'd feel that way again. I am overjoyed to be proven wrong. Legacies takes the themes of Season 1 and kicks it up a notch. Once again we meet Aeson Keel and his grim alterego, Wraith, and join him on a trek of vengeance to match the best of Tyrus Rechs' adventures. At There was a heady time in the 90s and early 2000s when I eagerly awaited the release of every new Star Wars book, eager to see that mysteries of the past would be revealed, and what would happen next. For a long time, I never thought I'd feel that way again. I am overjoyed to be proven wrong. Legacies takes the themes of Season 1 and kicks it up a notch. Once again we meet Aeson Keel and his grim alterego, Wraith, and join him on a trek of vengeance to match the best of Tyrus Rechs' adventures. At the same time, Ravi and Prisma go on a fantastic and horrific journey into the dark heart of the Savages, and what lies behind them. The ending leaves you wanting more, and I'm counting the days till the next installment. And of course, Bray's reading of the audiobook is perfect.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jeremyf

    Now we’re all caught up! So many characters sliding into their place in the story A pretty shocking double climax bringing the biggest characters in the series back into the same orbit. There’s a much bigger game being revealed but we still haven’t seen the final enemy. Excellent story!

  9. 4 out of 5

    David

    Galaxy's Edge, Season 2 Book 1 Yes! The main storyline is back and it's tying in the other story lines as well! Galaxy's Edge is so incredibly well thought out and well written. Listening to RC Bray's narration on Audible is fantastic. If you've been thinking about reading Galaxy's Edge and haven't yet, stop thinking and buy it already! Galaxy's Edge, Season 2 Book 1 Yes! The main storyline is back and it's tying in the other story lines as well! Galaxy's Edge is so incredibly well thought out and well written. Listening to RC Bray's narration on Audible is fantastic. If you've been thinking about reading Galaxy's Edge and haven't yet, stop thinking and buy it already!

  10. 5 out of 5

    alan gibbs

    Very hard to put down Basically I liked everything about this series book EXCEPT, it is kinda hard to follow because of the number of different threads woven like a skilled tailor throughout the book. Now I said kinda hard, not undoable and the thrill of the hunt (to make sense of the narrative) only adds to the pleasure of the read. Enjoy my friends.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Scott Templeman

    Season 2 like many of the stories in this universe hits stride after the hefty prelude of Book 10 (hang in there, you’ll get back on track). This book rewards loyal fans tying everything (Everything!) together into the main story line. If you have skipped the spin offs prior to season 2, go back and read them in publication order.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

    Awesome addition to the continuing story that is galaxy’s edge. The addition of some characters as well as the reigniting of others is a blast and entertaining from start to finish. The story jumps around in a very fluid and easy to digest way that is very appreciated. Keep up the great writing guys!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    This series remains great to read. Some of the spin-offs were less than enjoyable (I’m looking at you Order of the Centurion book #2), but the main story arc is fantastic. How we are on the 11th book and it’s still interesting and fresh really amazes me. I can’t wait for the next one!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tom

    A great addition to the Galaxy's Edge universe. To get a full appreciation of the events that unfold in this book, you should read the other stories that take place within this universe prior to reading this one. A great addition to the Galaxy's Edge universe. To get a full appreciation of the events that unfold in this book, you should read the other stories that take place within this universe prior to reading this one.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Trax Armstrong

    Love the Galaxy Edge. The tale that Nick and Jason has woven so far in this series has been entertaining, illuminating and fascinating. Yet, it is still an unfolding journey to the edge. Worth every second you give to it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    dennis miles

    A great story Another great book that starts to tie all the previous books together. Which may sound odd, but the books span a period of 1500 years or so. More backstory coming together. Very good and highly recommended.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Patkós Csaba

    An excellent book to introduce the new season. Story lines are a little convoluted at the beginning, but they meet nicely at the end setting up some conclusions and a lot of questions to be answered in upcoming books.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Plasticstraw

    Another great Wish I had come into this series now and not last year. It's so good, but I wish it wasn't so fresh. I would read again. Working through the rest of both their books. Keep them coming guys, you have a dedicated fan here. Thank you!!! Another great Wish I had come into this series now and not last year. It's so good, but I wish it wasn't so fresh. I would read again. Working through the rest of both their books. Keep them coming guys, you have a dedicated fan here. Thank you!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

    Season two starts with a bang It’s another great installment from Cole and Anspach, delving into my favorite part of Galaxy’s Edge: the Savage Wars. Lots of fun, lots of cool stuff, a few answers, and some crazy cliffhangers. Cant wait for Dark Victory.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Great start to season 2 Bit slow and jumpy at the start but lots of threads tied up and new ones created. After grinding book 10 I now see why the authors had to tell those stories. You will enjoy it more if you’ve read the savage wars trilogy.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Gardner

    Starts or better than season 1 and as good as The Savage Wars. This awesome.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth Legnon

    I really love this series and this book was another great read. I am so looking forward to the next one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Parker

    Hot dang! K.T.F, Kill Team Ice.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michael Hohman

    Great series keeps getting better.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bob Stone

    This book made me excited for the series again. It should lead to some prequels as well as the continuing main story line. Great twists and back story.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel

    Good read Glad things got back into full swing. Interesting twists etc, curious to see where it goes and if the folds within folds of the story eventually hit dead ends.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Owen deatrick

    Now I gotta wait 3 months! Brah, who pulls all these grand schemes together and leaves it like this? Who?! Says 6 more words. All I got.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Ibrahim

    It just keeps getting better. I love how we get to connect deeper with the origins of our strong characters. K.T.F as always.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    I love the way the little details start to make sense with each successive book in this series. RC Bray is amazing - I can't wait for the next installment. I love the way the little details start to make sense with each successive book in this series. RC Bray is amazing - I can't wait for the next installment.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Austin

    Great start to season two. If you know you know😁

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