While Luke and Ben Skywalker continue their exploration of the mystery known as Abeloth with their unlikely Sith allies, the galaxy is abuzz with the trial of former Jedi Knight Tahiri Veila. This moment when the fate of the Jedi might be determined is close at hand, as the exiled Grand Master works to find a reason behind the madness afflicting the Jedi, while those charged with keeping the Order intact struggle against a Republic that seems to have already declared their verdict in the only court that matters: the court of public opinion. "Conviction" begins the mini-trilogy that will leave readers breathlessly waiting to see how the bestselling "Fate of the Jedi" series ends.
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AARON ALLSTON was an editor of The Space Gamer magazine, which won the H. G. Wells Award for Best Role-Playing Magazine in 1982. Allston later became a freelance game designer, working for Hero Games and Dungeons & Dragons publisher TSR. He is one of the most popular Star Wars authors.Review:
"If you've been following and enjoying the series so far, then you definitely have to read Conviction, as it is both enjoyable and moves the story along." Civilian Reader
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