The Steal

The Steal It is a dark time in a galaxy far far awayWhen the parents of Milo and Lina Graf are abducted by agents of the evil Empire the children must undertake a perilous journey across the unknown reaches o

  • Title: The Steal
  • Author: Cavan Scott
  • ISBN: 9781405279
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is a dark time in a galaxy far, far awayWhen the parents of Milo and Lina Graf are abducted by agents of the evil Empire, the children must undertake a perilous journey across the unknown reaches of Wild Space to rescue them and to discover hope for the future In this third full length adventure, Milo and Lina arrive on the planet Lothal, source of a mysterious trIt is a dark time in a galaxy far, far awayWhen the parents of Milo and Lina Graf are abducted by agents of the evil Empire, the children must undertake a perilous journey across the unknown reaches of Wild Space to rescue them and to discover hope for the future In this third full length adventure, Milo and Lina arrive on the planet Lothal, source of a mysterious transmission promising help against the Empire With a bounty hunter on their tail, and a ruthless crime boss to contend with, can they pull off a daring heist

    One thought on “The Steal”

    1. While some of the dialogue can be cheesy at times, the overall story in this book was more complex and interesting. It almost felt like a different author wrote this entry in the series. The books are becoming less predictable for a young adult series which is always a good thing.

    2. 3.5 starsMilo and Lina end up on Lothal in search of a signal that they hope will lead them to allies.They meet up with the Bridger family who are determined to help them find their parents and keep the maps of Wild Space out of the hands of the Empire. (There is a scene where they meet baby Ezra!)It was a good adventure with doublecrosses and crime bosses, but the real treat was getting to see Mira and Ephraim.

    3. The kids go to Lothal and meet several side characters from Rebels, including Ezra's parents. Still cute and surface fun, and very Star Wars-y, but predictable. Though the bug thing was grade-A creepy do not want. Ends on a huge cliffhanger.

    4. When the second book revealed the destination for our heroes in the third title I was afraid, that this was only reader bait, a red herring, but boy was I wrong. Up until book three the connective tissue between this series and the larger universe was rather thin, but this book changed it massively exploring the past of one pretty prominent present Star Wars character. I will not go into spoiler territory, but I am amazed, that they did not promote this as some sort of Rebels tie in or prequel.T [...]

    5. Enjoyable little series and now it really becomes a little part of the bigger picture. Looking forward to reading the next one

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