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As a new student at Lothal's Imperial Academy, Zare Leonis does everything it takes to pass as a model cadet. But he is a hidden enemy among Imperial loyalists, determined to discover the truth about his missing sister and to bring down the Empire. Luckily, he has his tech-savvy girlfriend, Merei, by his side, willing to help him however she can--even if it means dealing wAs a new student at Lothal's Imperial Academy, Zare Leonis does everything it takes to pass as a model cadet. But he is a hidden enemy among Imperial loyalists, determined to discover the truth about his missing sister and to bring down the Empire. Luckily, he has his tech-savvy girlfriend, Merei, by his side, willing to help him however she can--even if it means dealing with criminals in the shadiest parts of Capital City. In the meantime, Zare must face down a dangerous foe of his own: Captain Roddance, who seems bent on pushing Zare to his breaking point. Join these rebellious cadets as they risk everything to take on the fearsome Empire....

Title : Imperial Justice
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ISBN : 9781405277808
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 164 Pages
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Imperial Justice Reviews

  • Fiction State Of Mind
    2019-02-13 07:59

    This is the third adventure of Imperial cadet Zare Leonis. I really have enjoyed this series and how the action gets revved up every volume!This book is all about the repercussions of Zare and Merei's actions from the previous books. Zare is under constant surveillance from his superiors and the visiting Inquisitor . Merei finds herself working for a local crime boss due to his help with a hack on Imperial systems. The strain to both threatens their fledgling romance, especially when Zare gets the transfer he has been hoping for. A very good read, I'm so excited that a fourth volume is coming!!

  • Brandt
    2019-02-10 03:03

    As I have stated before, when it comes to Star Wars novels, Jason Fry gets it. Without a doubt, when it comes with all of the books released since the "canon reset" forced by The Force Awakens, Jason Fry has been consistently the best author writing these books. Even though the Servants of the Empire series has been marketed toward tween and teen readers, the story itself would likely work as a novel in and of itself if the four volumes were combined (although to be fair, I haven't read volume four yet.) Even though he is "limited" by the format, he is able to deliver a pretty sophisticated story about the minor character Zare Leonis from Star Wars: Rebels and it's a pretty good read. As I've said before, maybe it's time to let Fry write one of the "big boy" novels, since it appears he's the best guy Star Wars editorial has on retainer and they could use a novel that doesn't suck.

  • Nancy
    2019-02-18 08:42

    Zare and Merei wrangle with some pretty serious stuff. Zare is trying to be the perfect Imperial cadet in an effort to find his sister. But that means making unpleasant choices and the very real possibility of losing himself to the very thing he's fighting. Merei goes to dangerous lengths to stay ahead of her mom's investigation, and then has to deal with the consequences. The book ends with victories, but both our heroes find themselves in dark places.

  • Howard Lubinger
    2019-02-06 01:54

    Quick read. Like the stories in this series. Good companion to 'Rebels'.

  • Edith
    2019-02-16 00:52

    El libro se está haciendo cada vez más obscuro. No en gran medida pero hay varias características que destacan para que este no sea un universo feliz y hermoso. Los autores de Star Wars están haciendo un gran trabajo describiendo porque trabajar con el imperio es tan cómodo y atractivo pero nunca nos hacen olvidar porque el Imperio no es bueno para la sociedad, ni para los individuos.Lista para la última parte y una apropiada reseña de esta saga.

  • Josiah
    2019-02-03 05:42

    Wow. What a read. This has to be the best new series since the new canon began. The writing is so good and the characters so developed (probably more so than the Ghost crew) that I almost read this in one sitting. So please don’t judge a book by its cover and give this series a read, if you’re a Star Wars fan, you are guaranteed to love it.

  • Mario
    2019-02-09 07:48

    The third book in the Servants of the Empire series is a powerful one. Merei and Zare continue their separate roads into rescuing Dhara, but their obstacles are numerous and perilous, and in the end they will succeed only by taking choices that will regret later.Extremely recommended!

  • Deanna Chapman
    2019-01-29 05:54

    3.5 ⭐️

  • Jaime Krause
    2019-01-26 08:59

    This was not as good as the others. However, I freaking adored the fact that "kriffing" was used twice! KRIFFING! BRINING IN SOME ORIGINAL EU!But the cadets were in charge of going through the city to investigate illegal activity, and essentially leading stormtroopers. They've barely been at the Academy a year and they're leading troopers?! It doesn't matter that an officer is assigned to oversee them; the responsibility put on them didn't make sense.Kabak and Rycoff are replacement cadets who have potential. The grasslands are being destroyed, and Zare has to witness massive change to Lothal. He continues to worry about what playing a role will do to him, and what he may become for the sake of an act.Merei learns the cost of getting help rom a crime lord "just once," and becomes closer friends with a classmate named Jix. I worry about the course their relationship is taking, but they work well together, especially with trying to clear her participation in the sabotage her mother is investigating. She ends up learning how innocent actions become deadly.Captain Roddance has it out for Zare and makes it so that speaking against the Empire in any way is treasonous. Lt. Chiron on the other hand commends Zare for what he does...even though neither likes that children are taken into "protective custody" so that fugitives will turn themselves in. Kallus' orders make me want to cry.Zeb, Chopper, and Ezra get in touch with Merei and Zare (though neither knows their true names) to use their credentials and determine what the Empire has planned for Lothal. This places Zare in serious jeopardy, even though he's on track for where he wants to go - Arkanis to see his sister.Merei discovers the truth of the matter.

  • Gwen
    2019-02-21 03:54

    This is the third book in a series and it will not coddle you if you haven’t read the others. The story so far can be picked up from this one, but there isn’t much in the way of character descriptions for those who aren’t already familiar with Zare and Merei, our protagonists. That is the only complaint I find with this book. Even coming in, as I did, in the third installment, this is an excellent story and it is well told. Zare is attempting to infiltrate an Imperial academy to find his missing sister, navigating the dangerous moral minefield of obeying orders to get closer to his goal without becoming one of the monsters he is so opposed to. His friend Merei finds herself in deep trouble following an attempt to help Zare find his sister. Her involvement in hacking an Imperial computer system for classified files is in danger of being discovered, and her only recourse is working as an errand runner for a local crime syndicate as she tries to foil the investigation into the hack. An investigation led by her mother.Kids who love Star Wars are going to enjoy this book, being thrilled by the adventure and challenged by the moral dilemmas faced by Zare and Merei. Be warned, however, there is one doozy of a cliffhanger at the end of this one!

  • Jim C
    2019-01-30 08:46

    My actual rating is 3.5 stars. This book is the third book of a series and the first two must be read before this one. In this one, Zane is still in the Imperial Academy even though he hates the Empire. His girlfriend, Merei, is still worried that her mother will catch her as the one who hacked the Empire's system.These books are more like novellas as they are short, quick reads. The main story arc was real enjoyable as Zane witnesses more and more atrocities the Empire commits and he wonders if he is really getting any closer to finding his sister. The minor story plot could have been so interesting but fell short. I am enjoying how these books pack so much material into a tiny book as we have loss of faith in your government, the pursuit of finding lost family, and dealing with long distance relationships.These are aimed at the younger audience as these books are a tie-in with the current cartoon series. But these books can be enjoyed by all ages as they contain many aspects of life and it is a shame that these books are not more well known.

  • Marcin Kowalski
    2019-02-01 02:43

    This one reminded me of "The Wave"  book I read long ago for class, about an experiment in a shool, that simulated a kind of Nazi social structure and how it changed the students. What we get to read here is fiction, but what is within it is not an experiment. This time it really covers dark ground and shows how much dirt you get on your self trying to fight the empire in secret. Can one fight evil from within and not be tainted with it? Can you support a positive insurgency without becoming a criminal? When is it far enough? Heavy stuff for a children's book, yet it never truly crosses the line into adult fare which is quit an impressive balance act. Cannot wait for the conclusion!

  • Craig
    2019-02-22 07:00

    I can't believe that I never reviewed this series past the first book. Suffice it to say that it is yet another excellent series from one of the best writers working in the Star Wars world.If you are one of those that avoids books that are listed as young reader or young adult, do yourself a favor and don't pass this series up. Fry writes deftly about the galaxy far far away. He is very worth reading...

  • Julie
    2019-02-02 00:47

    I'm still really liking this series. I like Zare and Merei as characters, but I'm especially appreciating getting a glimpse into the evolution of Imperial training for officers and stormtroopers. The plot is getting pretty intricate and exciting.

  • Lou Anders
    2019-01-24 04:50

    Imperial cadet Zare Leonis was introduced in the Star Wars Rebels first season episode "Breaking Ranks." This book is the third novel to feature Zare, and includes a retelling of the events of his second meeting with Ezra as seen in the 10th episode "Vision of Hope."

  • T.M. Carper
    2019-02-16 07:51

    3rd book in the series. Stakes are higher than ever for Merei and Zare when the Imperial forces issue a crackdown on Lothal.

  • Miguel Abuel
    2019-01-24 01:37

    A nice short read

  • The Brothers
    2019-02-10 02:57

    Asher (9yo) read. "Cool story. Usually Star Wars Rebel books are about the rebels, but this one was about Imperial Trainees."

  • The Brothers
    2019-02-07 08:55

    Asher (9yo) read. "Cool story. Usually Star Wars Rebel books are about the rebels, but this one was about Imperial Trainees."

  • Chad Olson
    2019-02-11 08:53

    Zare continues to excel at the academy to find Dhara

  • Ursula Johnson
    2019-01-23 07:38

    The Noose Tightens for Zare and MereiThis is the third book in the Servants of the Empire series. Imperial Justice finds Zare and Merei both facing more trouble than either bargained for. The pace and excitement have definitely been stepped up in this book, I read it in one sitting. Another great for adult fans of the show. Heading into the last book of this series to see how it all wraps up.