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Star Wars Ahsoka Hardcover – October 11, 2016

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  • Series: Star Wars
  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Disney Lucasfilm Press (October 11, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1484705661
  • ISBN-13: 978-1484705667
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (385 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #850 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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E.K. Johnston’s Star Wars: Ahsoka begins following the adventures of the Togrutan Force user exactly one year after the establishment of the Galactic Empire. This Young Adult novel is intended for ages 12-18 and grades 7-12. However, this 40-year-old reviewer loved the book, mainly due to my unashamed love of Ahsoka Tano and The Clone Wars. Here are some of the highlights.

Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano was first introduced in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series and quickly became a fan favorite. Viewers watched her grow from a “snippy,” brash padawan learner to a confident young warrior who frequently saved the day for her master, Anakin Skywalker. Thrust into the crucible of combat with the besieged clone battalion and their Jedi on the planet of Christophsis, Ahsoka had to learn quickly and be a strong warrior from an early age. Through the remainder of the Clone Wars, Ahsoka was present at several key battles and forged tight relationships with many, including Clone Captain Rex, the astromech R2-D2, and Senator Bail Organa. All three of these characters figure into Ahsoka in important ways.

*** VERY MILD SPOILERS FOLLOW***

The novel features many flashbacks, interludes, and scenes which answer some lingering questions since the end of The Clone Wars, raise a few more, and provide detail that help link the prequel and original trilogies.
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This review contains mild spoilers for the book, as well as major spoilers for "The Clone Wars."

"I have to sort this out on my own. Without the Council. And without you."

And with those words, former Jedi Ahsoka Tano walked off into the sunset three long years ago, bringing "The Clone Wars" to a powerful and poignant end, but leaving millions of viewers in an emotional lurch, wondering where her loyalties would turn and what path she would follow now that the entire foundation of her 18-year old life had been torn asunder.

Two years later, in her celebrated return to the screen on "Rebels", we'd learn what she'd become - an intelligence agent for the burgeoning Rebellion, but not how she decided to walk that path. "Rebels" was told through the eyes of the Ghost crew, not her, so she remained closed and mysterious, while fans clamored for answers.

And now, finally, three and half years of viewer speculation, mind-canon and fan stories, the gloves have come off. For the first time, LFL takes us directly into the mind of this fascinating character that for many, including many outside her surface demographic, has become the eyes and ears through which they view the GFFA. Her feelings and conclusions about the Jedi Order, the Republic, the betrayal of Barris Offee, her abandonment of the Order that had failed her, and how she'll cope with her post-Jedi life - it's all here now in this 350+ page work by EK Johnston in her inaugural Star Wars novel.

This is a unabashedly character-oriented story, and the first to be crafted not under the direct control of the titular character's creator Dave Filoni, and as such, the most important question is does Johnston understand what makes Ahsoka tick?
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I am a lifetime fan of Star Wars. Now I have two children and I am loving introducing them to the Universe that has brought me so much joy.

My six year old and I have watched every episode of Clone Wars at least a dozen times. Ahsoka is our favorite character, and from the moment she left the show, we wondered what happened to her. Then we started watching Rebels, and we were besides ourselves when she showed up again. We have talked a lot about what she has been up to and I couldn't be happier with this friggin book.

This was the missing Chapter of her story, told the way it needed to be told, with total fidelity to Ahsoka's character. Excellent. Just plain excellent!
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I was a bit apprehensive to read a YA book, being a woman of almost 30, but I did anyway because I love Ahsoka Tano and Star Wars.
If you are one the fence about reading YA as an adult, please don't hesitate to buy and read this book. While the language is clean and simplified for a younger audience, the themes and story is quite adult--much like the Clone Wars and Rebels series.
"Ahsoka" illustrates a bleak galaxy in the shadows of the Empire, and explores themes of grief and finding one's purpose against all odds. A coming of age tale in space, if you will.
Some of Ahsoka's lines felt a tad out of character, but I can only chalk that up to the fact that we've never really seen her as a solo, emotional being (with the exception of her ordeal and trial at the end of the Clone Wars series.) We've only ever see her in contrast, or compared to, her Jedi counterparts, as well as politicians and clones. "Ahsoka" thoughtfully explores how "Lady Tano" navigates her way through the fledgling but brutal Empire-ruled galaxy, all with a new persona.
It is also worthwhile to note that the book doesn't solely focus on Ahsoka, but introduces us to a few new characters who help Ahsoka realize her continued worth to a galaxy in peril.

Complaints:

-I think this story was limited by the YA genre in that it couldn't delve as deeply as I would have liked into the events taking place between Ahsoka leaving the Jedi and Order 66, as well as the full extent of her emotional state during this tumultuous period. I understand, however, that it made sense for Disney to make this book YA because Ahsoka has a lot of young fans.

-Stemming off my previous comment, I wish this book had been longer.
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