Victory's Price

Victory's Price Review

In the wake of Yrica Quell’s shocking decision—and one of the fiercest battles of their lives—the remnants of Alphabet Squadron seek answers and closure across a galaxy whose old war scars are threatening to reopen.
Soran Keize has returned to the tip of Shadow Wing’s spear. Operation Cinder, the terrifying protocol of planetary extermination which began in the twilight of the Imperial era, burns throughout the galaxy. Shadow Wing is no longer wounded prey fleeing the hunters of the New Republic. With its leader, its strength has returned, and its Star Destroyers and TIE squadrons lurk in the darkness between stars, carrying out the fallen Emperor’s final edict of destruction—as well as another, stranger mission, one Keize has championed not for the dying Empire, but for its loyal soldiers.
Alphabet Squadron’s ships are as ramshackle and damaged as their spirits, but they’ve always had each oth

Title:Victory's Price
Edition Language:English

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  • Khurram

    This is an extremely emotionally heavy book. I really enjoyed this book. I am glad it is 460 pages as it was all needed for the character development. There is a lot of action in the book, but this is...

  • TheGeeksAttic

    Star Wars: Victory's Price was written by New York Times Best Selling Author, Alexander Freed. It was published by Del Rey. Victory's Price concludes the Alphabet Squadron trilogy.Here’s my YouTube ...

  • Maggie Lovitt

    Alphabet Squadron: Victory’s Price is an Emotionally Satisfying Conclusion to the Trilogy  (READ MORE: https://yourmoneygeek.com/review-alph...) Alphabet Squadron: Victory’s Price picks up right ...

  • Andrew Bell

    Where to start? This is the best Star Wars Canon novel. Yeah that's where I'll start. I will likely be in the minority in thinking that. But I have never read Star Wars book that has more effectively ...

  • Adrian Montanez

    A great ending to a somewhat subpar trilogy.I went into this book, just wanting to finish the trilogy's and see what it had to do with Jakku. I get out enjoying the twists and turns that it took to re...

  • Neil

    I'll figure out the "rating" by the end of this review. I had extremely mixed feelings about this book. It started off pretty strong for me; I enjoyed it up until maybe the 300-page mark (hard to beli...

  • Thomas

    THIS IS A FULL TRILOGY REVIEW FOR ALL THREE BOOKS OF ALPHABET SQUADRONThis was an exhausting story to get through. All the more exhausting that it spun an entire trilogy and, although it carried some ...

  • Chris

    *As per all of my reviews, I like to preface by saying that I listened to this book in audiobook format. This does indeed slightly skew my rating. I have found that audiobooks, give me a better "relat...

  • Lisa

    This review of Star Wars: Victory’s Price: An Alphabet Squadron Novel by Alexander Freed may contain minor spoilers.The final book in the Alphabet Squadron trilogy was released this week. Victory’...

  • Liam || Books 'n Beards

    "The truth being...?""We were murderous bastards," she said. "and being true to one another doesn't make it any better. It just means we don't stop when we figure out how bad it's gotten." This was...