Battlefront - Twilight Company
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Battlefront - Twilight Company


The bravest soldiers. The toughest warriors. The ultimate survivors.

Among the stars and across the vast expanses of space, the Galactic Civil War rages. On the battlefields of multiple worlds in the Mid Rim, legions of ruthless stormtroopers―bent on crushing resistance to the Empire wherever it arises―are waging close and brutal combat against an armada of freedom fighters. In the streets and alleys of ravaged cities, the front-line forces of the Rebel Alliance are taking the fight to the enemy, pushing deeper into Imperial territory and grappling with the savage flesh-and-blood realities of war on the ground.

Leading the charge are the soldiers―men and women, human and nonhuman―of the Sixty-First Mobile Infantry, better known as Twilight Company. Hard-bitten, war-weary, and ferociously loyal to one another, the members of this renegade outfit doggedly survive where others perish, and defiance is their most powerful weapon against the deadliest odds. When orders come down for the rebels to fall back in the face of superior opposition numbers and firepower, Twilight reluctantly complies. Then an unlikely ally radically changes the strategic equation―and gives the Alliance’s hardest-fighting warriors a crucial chance to turn retreat into resurgence.

Orders or not, alone and outgunned but unbowed, Twilight Company locks, loads, and prepares to make its boldest maneuver―trading down-and-dirty battle in the trenches for a game-changing strike at the ultimate target: the very heart of the Empire’s military machine.

Title:Battlefront - Twilight Company
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:384 pages

    Battlefront - Twilight Company Reviews

  • Alejandro
    Jan 06, 2016

    A really good book about the ?wars? in ?Star Wars? WARS NOT MAKE ONE GREAT Wars is a nasty business where no one comes out as victor, not really, both sides in any conflict suffered irrepara...

  • Bookworm Sean
    Mar 25, 2016

    "Fighting alone meant guerrilla tactics and dirty tricks instead of formations and shield domes and air support. It meant setting death traps and shooting people from behind and slitting their throat...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Nov 17, 2015

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum Star Wars: X-Wing to Star Wars: The Old Republic, high-profile Star Wars video games have been inspiring their own novel ...

  • Terence
    Jan 05, 2016

    The Galactic Civil War bitterly envelops the known galaxy. The Rebellion battles on for the freedom of the galaxy despite overwhelming odds.One unit tears through the toughest battles against The Empi...

  • Lyn
    Dec 03, 2015

    No doubt the big money project was the EA DICE video game released in late 2015. The game?s publisher Electronic Arts announced in a press release that the sci-fi shooter had become the "largest dig...

  • Jack +Master Passion Read+
    Nov 25, 2015

    After finishing this one, I think I have to go back and edit my rating of Aftermath. Or maybe not. I dunno. They aren't similar books - as the only thing they really have in common is being set in the...

  • Darren
    Mar 24, 2016

    I'm torn on this one... Deep down, I wanted to give this book more than three stars. Unfortunately, there were a number of headwinds working against it. What's more, had it not been for the story bein...

  • Kerry
    Nov 16, 2015

    No going to finish this one. On November 17, 2015 EA Games is releasing an on-line first- and third-person shooter called 'Star Wars Battlefront.' The high tech game maker has made an old tech lead up...

  • Callum Shephard
    Oct 26, 2015

    It?s no exaggeration to say that Star Wars novels have become quite the minefield of late, as for every promising concept there has been, well, Star Wars: Aftermath. Ever since murdering the Expande...

  • Js
    Oct 20, 2015

    Battlefront: Twilight Company is a welcome addition to the canon novels. It's fast-paced and definitely feels like part of the Star Wars universe. It is set after the battle of Yavin. It mainly follow...