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Star Wars Rebels Ezra's Gamble

by Ryder Windham

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"Ezra's Gamble" is about a boy who makes his living by stealing from the empire on the outer rim planets. Ezra is known to work with shady characters. For example he works with Ferpil a man who sells tickets for a secret underground arena fight. Ezra who at the time was selling tickets at the docking station on Lothal meets Bosk a reptilian humanoid who is a well known bounty hunter. He gets Ezra (with some cash) to "help" him find the target hes looking for. Unknowingly the governor of the planet is corrupted and has set up a trap for him. Bosk with the help from Ezra manage to escape the platoon of Storm Troopers. In the escape Bosk gets injured and with the promise of a safe of money Ezra takes Bosk to his home in an abandoned trans mission tower. After Bosk recovers from his injury they sneak back into the city to do some reasearch and discover that the Governor is a actually a mysterious gangster called the Commissioner. The Commissioner sees that they have discovered who he is in the data base and in a last ditch effort plans to steal the money from the owner of the under ground arena. By the time Bosk and Ezra get there hes about to get away with the money but they are able to stop him by telling the crowd of one hundred thousand people in the arena that the Commissioner is about to steal there hard earned money. This leads to throwing of various food and objects from the crowd which gives Bosk a chance to take down the Commissioner. The book ends with Bosk getting a vert nice reward from the Empire as thanks for taking down the Commissioner and Ezra gets bosk promised safe with only holds only twenty credits of money.
I liked this book for these simple reasons. One, it had a lot of action which I like in a book. Two, this book had good imagery details that allowed me to see what was happening in great detail. Three, it wasn't extremely long which is good. Fourth, it is a Star Wars book. I love Star Wars books. To conclude, I like this book because it is action packed, it has good imagery, it's not to long, and it is a Star Wars book. ( )
  JacobDb1 | May 11, 2015 |
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"Fourteen year old Ezra lives alone on the outer rim planet of Lothal. He fends for himself by picking up odd jobs and hustling the unsuspecting Stormtrooper. Arena Day arrives--an underground tournament where mighty beasts battle to the finish and all the swindlers, gamblers, and no-gooders come from all corners of the planet to make a profit--Ezra is whisked into an unlikely partnership with the fearsome bounty hunter Bossk and enmeshed in a high-stakes chase against an endless fleet of troopers. Ezra isn't willing to trust anyone, but he soon learns that surviving doesn't always mean just fending for himself"--Back cover.… (more)

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