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By James Luceno Shelly Shapiro | Comments: ( 578 ) | Date: ( Oct 23, 2019 )

A string of smashing victories by the forces of the sinister aliens known as the Yuuzhan Vong has left New Republic resources and morale stretched to the breaking point Leia Organa Solo, estranged from her husband, Han, oversees the evacuation of refugees on planets in the path of the merciless invaders Luke Skywalker struggles to hold the fractious Jedi Knights togetherA string of smashing victories by the forces of the sinister aliens known as the Yuuzhan Vong has left New Republic resources and morale stretched to the breaking point Leia Organa Solo, estranged from her husband, Han, oversees the evacuation of refugees on planets in the path of the merciless invaders Luke Skywalker struggles to hold the fractious Jedi Knights together, even while one of them undertakes a bold but reckless undercover mission Manipulating their alliance with the amoral Hutts, the Yuuzhan Vong leave a cunning trail of vital information where New Republic agents are sure to find it information the desperate defenders cannot afford to ignore the location of the aliens next target.Then Han Solo stumbles into the dark heart of raging battle, thus beginning a furious race against time that will require every skill and trick in his arsenal to win Features a bonus section following the novel that includes a primer on the Star Wars expanded universe, and over half a dozen excerpts from some of the most popular Star Wars books of the last thirty years


  • Title: Jedi Eclipse (Agents of Chaos, #2)
  • Author: James Luceno Shelly Shapiro
  • ISBN: 9780345428592
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

About Author:

James Luceno Shelly Shapiro

James Luceno co wrote a lot of books with Brian Daley as Jack McKinney.He is a New York Times Best Selling author currently living in Annapolis, Maryland with his wife and youngest child.


The New Jedi Order Agents of Chaos II Jedi Eclipse Agents of Chaos Jedi Eclipse Agents of Chaos Jedi Eclipse also released as Agents of Chaos II Jedi Eclipse is the second novel in a two part story by James Luceno Published and released in , it is the fifth installment of the New Jedi Order series set in the Star Wars galaxy. Agents of Chaos II Jedi Eclipse Star Wars Jan , James Luceno is the New York Times bestselling author of the Star Wars novels Millennium Falcon, Dark Lord The Rise of Darth Vader, Cloak of Deception, Labyrinth of Evil, as well as the New Jedi Order novels Agents of Chaos I Hero s Trial and Agents of Chaos II Jedi Eclipse, The Unifying Force, and the eBook Darth Maul Saboteur. Jedi Eclipse Agents of Chaos, by James Luceno Jedi Eclipse wraps up the Agents of Chaos story, and while I liked it better than Hero s Trial, I can t say I really enjoyed these two books Many of the subplots were too dry, and the one involving the Ryn felt like a gimmick than something actually meant to draw you in At times I really felt like I had to force myself to finish the novel. Agents of Chaos Hero s Trial Agents of Chaos Jedi Eclipse Agents of Chaos Hero s Trial also released as Agents of Chaos I Hero s Trial is the first novel in a two part story by James Luceno Published and released in , it is the fourth installment of the New Jedi Order series set in the Star Wars galaxy. Jedi Eclipse Star Wars Legends The New Jedi Order About Jedi Eclipse Star Wars Legends The New Jedi Order Agents of Chaos, Book II A string of smashing victories by the forces of the sinister aliens known as the Yuuzhan Vong has left New Republic resources and morale stretched to the breaking point.


Comments Jedi Eclipse (Agents of Chaos, #2)

  • Crystal Starr Light

    Is this what being ADHD means?Han Solo and Droma continue their quest to find his family amidst a billion other plots including, but not limited to: Droma's refugee family, the Yuuzhan Vong politicking with the Hutts, Viqi Shesh being a duplicitous politican (but what politician not with the last name "Solo" or "Organa" isn't?), Leia rubbing elbows with the Hapans, and the Solo boys going to Centerpoint to do absolutely nothingTE: Based on audiobook and novel.I'm sorry if my summary sounds rathe [...]


  • Scott Rhee

    Intergalactic warfare is hell on a marriage. This is the take-away message of James Luceno's second book in his Agents of Chaos duology, "Jedi Eclipse".I'm not sure at what point the Star Wars Expanded Universe went from being a space opera to a soap opera, but I'm pretty sure it happened somewhere around this book.As the book opens, we learn that Princess Leia is currently "separated" from her husband, Han Solo. Months of being apart---both physically and emotionally---have taken its toll on th [...]


  • Mark

    I remember at the end of this book being left realizing that the NJO was going to be prolonged for as long as they wanted to with pointless setbacks. Homies had to make that dolla, I guess. And I don't get to judge since I gave it to them.But seriously, there are a small number of points in the NJO where the New Republic or an allied force suffers some senseless loss just to keep the war going and not for any narrative purpose other than that. The Battle of Fondor from the end of this particular [...]


  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    With the New Jedi Order series being one that comprises about 20 books, I guess I can't be too surprised when I hit a slump or two. Jedi Eclipse wraps up the Agents of Chaos story, and while I liked it better than Hero's Trial, I can't say I really enjoyed these two books. Many of the subplots were too dry, and the one involving the Ryn felt more like a gimmick than something actually meant to draw you in. At times I really felt like I had to force myself to finish the novel.I would have given u [...]


  • Jesse

    The new Jedi order completely outpaces anything in the Starwars genre. This series was Dark, exciting, fast paced, and inspired. The writing was fantastic and the level of philosophy and force history was unparalleled. If your a fan at any level of the Starwars Universe than this series is a must read. It is on my top 5 of all time for a series and I treasured every moment I spent in that time. But beware, this isn't your typical Starwars book, be ready for a level of intensity that you've never [...]


  • Seth

    Continuing what has felt like an uptick in the quality of the series. Here's to hoping it keeps going.


  • Mark Oppenlander

    The massive and complicated New Jedi Order series lumbers along. Several storylines are woven together, in this fifth installment.Han Solo works with his new friend and co-pilot Droma to find Droma's family members, who have become refugees as they flea the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. As part of the search, they wind up on the agricultural planet of Ruan, where they discover that the ruling class plans to destroy their droid workers to appease the Yuuzhan Vong and use refugee labor in the fields inst [...]


  • Justin

    I'm not really sure why this book, which is the 5th volume in the massive New Jedi Order series and the closing volume of James Luceno's Agents of Chaos duology, was titled Jedi Eclipse, when the Jedi play such a minor role in this one. Even though another Jedi Knight dies in this book, the real star of this "series within a series" is Han Solo. Everyone else is just along for the ride.While the Yuuzhan Vong invasion was still the focal point of the story, this book felt like one of the pre-NJO [...]


  • Michael Wiggins

    I am enjoying this series on the Yuuzhan Vong invasion (Yes, I know I am behind the times). As with other Star Wars series, the writing is inconsistent, with some books being excellent (Vector Prime, by R.A. Salvatore, for example) and others suffering from stilted dialogue or disjointed plot digressions. Overall, however, I enjoy the storyline, and find myself almost sad that this Star Wars universe is now outside the accepted canon. In this novel, Han Solo continues to grieve for his friend as [...]


  • Darryl Dobbs

    The Yuuzhan Vong storyline is becoming more interesting as we learn more about them, and we were again re-introduced to some memorable characters from the past. But this story could have been improved. I've already vented on here about how I don't like the immaturity of Kyp Durran's Jedi faction so I won't beat a dead horse there. But the Hapan group of civilations all just happily and easily sending their entire defense to the New Republic to help defend them? Ludicrous. And when they finally a [...]


  • Rob

    Still a good read, and if you are a die hard star wars fan you simply have no choice, You will have to read them all. The war is progressing well, but there is still so much I would have loved to see happen but just never seems to get there. There are many books in this series and I will just have to wait.


  • Joseph

    OK, I really didn't read it, but read the summary's on different sites along with reviews and it sounds like it was OK that I skipped it as it wasn't worth it.


  • Josh Lewis

    First of all, let me say "Woah head, stop spinning." After I finished this book, I needed a few moments to reorient myself and figure out what the hell I had just read. Sadly, this wasn't an outburst of appreciation for the book, but rather near-head-exploding confusion. (I possibly should have also read this more slowly.) It was a difficult read without having to go back and reread certain sections. I won't list the entire plot here, but as a quick summary: The New Republic organizations (Defen [...]


  • Jaime Krause

    The Dramatis Personae tells a lot: Borga the Hutt, Prince Isolder, Talon Karrde, and Viqi Shesh will be among the major characters here. I thought I would be reminded as to why I don't like Shesh and I was very, very right.Leia is helping refugees on Gyndine (a no-name world, so there is confusion as to why the Yuuzhan Vong there) and happens to come across Ryn - Droma's family, in fact. Meanwhile, Han and Droma are out searching for the Ryn's family so everything is bound to come together.There [...]


  • Jess Neuner

    I'm looking forward to the day when Jacen Solo gets his head out of his own arse and realises that perhaps he's not the all-knowing genius he thinks he is. He doesn't trust anyone but himself to make the right decisions and ultimately, the New Republic and their allies pay a heavy price for that when he convinces Anakin to not take a shot that could have been a sizable victory over the Yuuzhan Vong. While this whole thing does set up future development for both Solo kids to figure out where they [...]


  • Daniel

    As I expected, the second part of Luceno's duology, "Agents of Chaos" (a subseries of New Jedi Order), turned out much better than the first. At one point, I turned to my wife and said, "This is the best book in the series so far."Well, it isn't the best. It's quite good, though!We spent a lot less time on random characters I've never heard of nor care about (*cough*Showolter*cough*), and a lot more time on some that are better established in the expanded universe. The main character is still Ha [...]


  • Shane Amazon

    Anyone who follows my reviews knows that I can be very critical of James Luceno's work. On the other hand I can be very kind to his work as well. For the first time reading his books, I find myself not knowing whether to be critical or praising.I can say that Jedi Eclipse is a well written book. Luceno's prose and writing style carry over well from book one of the Agents of Chaos two-parter. I enjoyed that Luceno decided to tell the stories of the people most affected by the Vong. Perhaps not th [...]


  • Chazzbot

    This is less of a novel--you know, those books that tell complete self-contained stories--and more of a series of plot complications that ensure that many more book contracts in this series can be fulfilled. Of course, most people could probably figure that out on their own, and one of the primary appeals for fans of this franchise (I assume) is to keep reading about the adventures of their heroes in perpetuity. But Luceno's plot complications are not all that diverting. By the time we get to th [...]


  • Andrew

    This novel was more enjoyable than Hero's Trial (Agents of Chaos, #1), mainly because the Yuuzhan Vong plan wasn't described to the reader at the beginning of the book. You know that they are planning a major attack, but the details are open. You also don't know how their interactions with the Hutts will affect things.Han and his new "temporary" co-pilot Droma are looking for Droma's Ryn family, and Leia through her relief work locates them. The Solo/Droma team go exploring and expose some plots [...]


  • Delray Beach Public Library Public Library

    Star Wars: The New Jedi Order:Jedi Eclipse: byJames Luceno In this exciting edition to the New Jedi Order series things are looking down for the forces of the New Republic. The relentless Yuuzhan Vong onslaught has stretched New Republic armies to the breaking point. Now, Leia separated from her husband Han, oversees the evacuation of civilians from planets threatened by the invaders, while Luke struggles to hold the Jedi Knights together over how to fight the Vong. Han Solo himself is now sent [...]


  • Bernard

    Book five of the New Jedi Order. I think the most powerful part of the book is the conversation Jacen and Anakin have toward the end. It is as if the entire book is just one big setup for their short conversation surrounding how the Force should be used. Well, at least the thread of the book surrounding the attempt to guess the invaders' next target, not the Han Solo rescuing Ryn refugees sub-plot. But regardless of the setup to that crucial conversation, which definitely has ripples into the ne [...]


  • John K

    Great addition to the New Jedi Order series. Actually, the initial enthusiasm after reading Vector Prime wore off after I read the next two books of the series (Dark Tide I & II), but not because they were not good. It's just that I was thinking of the total of 19 books and it seemed to me that it is pointless to write so many books about the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, I mean what can possibly happen? After finishing the two Agents Of Chaos books though (A Hero's Trial and Jedi Eclipse), I have [...]


  • Jim Corbiere

    Finished reading " Star Wars: Jedi Eclipse " Not bad. A lot of stuff going on. Almost seems as if it could have gone to a third part. A lot of characters were questioning themselves and growing which is always a plus to me.The Yuuzhong Vong are winning victory after victory against the New Republic. The N.R. is divided and fighting amongst itself. Borsk Fey'lya has started anti Jedi sentiment, pushing the blame on them for the defeats. Leia goes on a mission to get some more allies to help fight [...]


  • DC

    Well I recently decided to continue my re-journey through the NJO. I polished off Hero's Trial not too long ago, and am a good bit into Jedi Eclipse. I remember being bored to tears by these two volumes when I first read them, but they hold up better than I was expecting. I'm not thrilled with them or anything, but they are passing more quickly and enjoyably than the first time around. I think both novels - especially the 2nd - try to accomplish too much. There are too many plot lines, and as a [...]


  • Blackraven

    Die Neue Republik hat keine gute Moral.Die Yuuzhan Vong versuchen die Neue Republik zu schwächen.Sie wollen den Krieg gewinnen. Botschafterin Leia versucht Flüchtlinge zu retten. Einge der Herrscher wollen den Krieg nicht und sich nicht daran beteiligen. Sie versucht sie umzustimmen und die Truppen zu vereinen.Luke hat seine eigenen Probleme mit den Jedi. Sie wollen nicht zusammenbleiben und fallen auseinander. Die Jedi versuchen den Yuuzhan Vong Hinweise über die nächste Ziele zu entlocken. [...]


  • Nima Foladi

    I liked this book more than the previous book(4)in the series. It had more action and surprise elements than the previous book, and like the previous book the main focus is on Han and he's new buddy Droma. Something that fascinated me was the Droma's species the Ryn. They are a nomadic Gypsy like species that travel through the stars. Much like Gypsies they are mostly unwanted where ever they go, and they have to rely on their skills as singing, dancing and fortunetelling to put food on their ta [...]


  • Blackraven

    The New Republic has no good moral.The Yuuzhang Vong are trying to weak the New Republic. They are trying win against the New Republic. They want to win this war. Ambassador Leia is trying to save the refugees. Some of the world's leader doesn't want the war and they don't want to join in. She's trying to change their minds to unite the troops.Luke has his own problems with the Jedi. They don't want to stick together and they're fallen apart. The Jedi want some information about the next targets [...]


  • Adeline S.

    This is the fifth book in the New Jedi Order series, and is written by the same author as the fourth, James Luceno. In my review of the fourth book, I complained about Luceno not getting into the character's heads. This didn't prove to be as true in "Jedi Eclipse". What I liked the most about this book was that it showed more of the Solo kids, or at least two of them. Jacen and Anakin Solo go off to try and re-enable a super weapon to be used against the alien race that has waged war on the New [...]


  • Max

    I think that the book moved much slower than the previous books in the series. The main problem with the book is that even when one of the characters, Wurth Skidder is a prisoner on one of the enemy ships, which at first is interesting, but it takes far to long for his plan to escape to go in motion. The book also is supposed to be focused on the character's Han Solo's personal struggles with dealing with the death of his life long friend Chewbaca. But it seems he got over it in the previous boo [...]


  • Jim C

    A novel that takes place in the EU universe during the New Jedi Order series. Out of the whole series, this book so far is the worst one. I was going to give this only one star but the last 50 pages bumped it up to two stars. Until the conclusion, this book's plot was about military strategy and trying to implement them. It was boring and did not feel like Star Wars. Finally, when the action starts it had the feel of Star Wars. If you plan on reading the whole series this is a must read because [...]


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