Alphabet Squadron

Alphabet Squadron Review

On the verge of victory in what seemed an endless war, five former rebel pilots transform from hunted to hunters as they strike out against the vestiges of Empire. Set after Return of the Jedi, Alphabet Squadron follows a unique team, each flying a d...

Title:Alphabet Squadron
Edition Language:English

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    Alphabet Squadron Reviews

  • Khurram

    I really did enjoy this book, and would give it 4 stars for the story but the extra star for potential. It is a bit slow at the beginning but this is good as it setting up completely new characters.Th...

  • Neil R. Coulter

    Alphabet Squadron is the best Star Wars novel I’ve read, and Alexander Freed continues to be the best Star Wars novelist—at least 12 parsecs above any other SW writer. His previous novel, Battl...

  • ? TABI ?

    yeah I love Star Wars with an immeasurable passion but tbh I'm mostly adding this because of that FIERCE cover mkay...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2019/12/26/...One of benefits and one of the things I appreciate most about reading the Star Wars tie-in novels is the way they bring attent...

  • Tait Sougstad

    These characters are flatter than the paper they are printed on, and the plot dragged on like I was listening at x0.5 speed.There's the jaded Imperial turncoat, trying to earn some justification from ...

  • Bria

    You think you’re ready for this book. You’re so not ready. (I’d say I’d do whatever I had to in order to protect Yrica Quell but she’s never let me and I love her.) ...

  • Ben Brown

    Reading a new “Star Wars” novel is a little like playing the lottery – sometimes you win big, other times (arguably, MOST times) you walk away a little poorer and slightly more jaded. Alexander ...

  • FanFiAddict

    Rating: 6.5/10Thanks to Penguin Random House Audio, the author, and the narrator for a listening copy of Alphabet Squadron (Star Wars: Alphabet Squadron #1) in exchange for an honest review. Receiving...

  • Stephen

    When we look at Star Wars, it’s all too easy to see the heroes and the villains in the original trilogy. In the prequel era, those lines became less clear. Instead of it being a story of black and w...

  • Christine

    A rag tag band of pilots, all lone survivors of their units, band together to help the New Republic. The main character is Yrica Quell, a defector from the Empire. The premise was good, but the execut...