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Star Wars Rebels Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks

by Jason Fry

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Servants of the Empire is about a 14 year old boy named Zare who lives on the Empire controlled planet Lothal. His parents are both very successful agricultural scientist. His sister Dhara has been accepted into the planets Empire Academy. He likes the life here and is a captain of a space like football team. his friend Beck Heads out into country side inviting Zare and Dari another friend. He shows them his old farm were he lived after he sold it to the Empire. They find farm equipment to harsh for picking the crops of Jogan fruit and discover detonators. Storm troopers soon arrive but point them to search in the wrong direction. Beck asks Zare to join again on a trip to the farm but they discover that all the land including the neighboring land is being heavily strip mined and is destroying the once beautiful landscape. A week later Zare has to save beck after he open fires on Storm troopers at the site after seeing peaceful protesting of farmers violently ended. Soon after his sister goes mysteriously missing and Zare knows it the Empire's doing. He decides to go to the Academy also to find out what really happened to his sister. He will have the help of Dari who will watch the web to keep him safe. Unfortunately Beck is arrested and is dragged away to prison.

I liked this book for these reasons. One, its Star Wars related and I am a big fan of Star Wars. Two, it gives me a look at the other side of the Star Wars story that I haven't seen much of. Three, it has good imagery and word use. Four, its a light read so it didn't take me long to read. To conclude, I like this book because its Star Wars related, its give you a different look at the Star Wars story, it has good imagery and word choice, and it was a good light read. ( )
  JacobDb1 | Mar 11, 2015 |
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