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Turning Point Turning Point is a canon short story written by Jason Hough with art by Carsten Bradley The story set just after Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi is about a tracker named Gorlan who lived peacefully on the edge of the galaxy until the Galactic Empire sought to hire him to track down a group of escaped Rebels It was published in Star Wars Insider 169 on October 26 2016

About the Author: Jason M. Hough

Jason M Hough pronounced 'Huff' is the New York Times bestselling author of The Dire Earth Cycle and the near future spy thriller Zero World In a former life he was a 3D artist animator and game designer Metal Fatigue Aliens vs Predator Extinction and many others He has also worked in the fields of high performance cluster computing and machine learningThe Darwin Elevator began life

5 thoughts on “Turning Point

  1. says:

    This was definitely a cool story set during the events of The Battle of Endor This compliments Life Debt in a way but doesn't add nor take away from the book It does a great job of standing on it's own as well as getting you involved in very few words and finally leaving us with a uniue perspective on the fall of the Empire

  2. says:

    This is a strong story It takes the universe of Star Wars subverts it a bit by making technology useless and populates it with characters on both sides of the war It's also I think the first Star Wars story in the EU I've read that's written in the first person I'd rate it higher but it ends so abruptly that it disappoints This is a story that begs for a

  3. says:

    This was a short story in Star Wars Insider 169 Imperials need to track down some escaped rebels They 'recruit' a guide to help them navigate a strange forest were energy attracts lightning from the treesuick well paced and enjoyable

  4. says:

    A very well crafted short story with a solid ending

  5. says:

    Ótimo conto Apesar de curtinho como todos os contos da revista Star Wars Insider estabeleceu muito bem os personagens e nos dá motivos para nos importarmos com eles Além de muito bem escrito nos faz indagar o ue faríamos se a nossa razão de viver de repente acaba uando moldamos nossa vida em torno de um único objetivo estamos preparados para perdê lo?

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