Treason

Treason

Grand Admiral Thrawn faces the ultimate test of his loyalty to the Empire in this epic Star Wars novel from bestselling author Timothy Zahn. ?If I were to serve the Empire, you would command my allegiance.? Such was the promise Grand Admiral Thrawn made to Emperor Palpatine at their first meeting. Since then, Thrawn has been one of the Empire?s most effective instruments, p Grand Admiral Thrawn faces the ultimate test of his loyalty to the Empire in this epic Star Wars novel from...

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Title:Treason
Author:Timothy Zahn
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:1984820982
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:334 pages pages

Treason Reviews

  • Silvana
    Aug 16, 2019
    If you are thinking of reading the trilogy, don't. Just read the first book. The enjoyment diminishes in every sequel. While Zahn might be the best new Disney Canon writer that I read so far, his plotting and story really need more work. Since this is Thrawn's last novel (so far), I ha...
  • Stephanie
    Aug 03, 2019
    So proud of my boy Eli and his Chiss fam ...
  • Ron
    Aug 09, 2019
    ?May warrior?s fortune be ever in your favor.? A fun read, if shallow and obvious. Hey, it?s Star Wars. The question is never whether Thrawn will outsmart most everyone, but how. ?I don?t think he said no,? [she] said. ?Just not yet. So stop pouting, Senior Lieute...
  • Blaine
    Jul 30, 2019
    A typical Thrawn novel. Well plotted, though it drags a bit in the middle. Grand Admiral Thrawn (Sherlock Thrawn to his friends) remains a great character. I enjoyed the return of Eli Vanto, and thought the final battle was a highlight. But I had more nits to pick with this book tha...
  • Anthony
    Aug 13, 2019
    I've yet to read Zahns original Thrawn trilogy, though I do plan on checking it out at some point. I've read this new canon trilogy pretty close together because I only got to reading the first book a little earlier in the year. This is better than Alliances but not as good as the f...
  • Haden
    Jul 24, 2019
    talk about ?real housewives of imperial leadership? vibes GOD...i love ...
  • Grace
    Aug 10, 2019
    This book offered closure on absolutely zero topics. Is this a trilogy or a tetrology? I know Zahn has more Thrawn pitches, and they had BETTER let him make it a tetrology. I need answers. Seriously, answers on at least ONE mystery would be nice. Anyway, did I enjoy this book? Ab...
  • Mario
    Jul 24, 2019
    Timothy Zahn hasn't lost his touch... at all. Set in the time frame between episodes 10 and 15 of the fourth and final season of Star Wars: Rebels, Grand Admiral Thrawn is forced to go and defend his TIE Defender project against the need for additional resources for project Stardus...
  • Máté
    Jul 27, 2019
    Sigh. What a waste of a Thrawn book. There are zero real stakes here, making this story pointless. Still, I hope Timothy Zahn will be able to write Thrawn related books that take place after the events of the Rebels TV show. ...
  • Spencer
    Jul 30, 2019
    To be honest I found this to be pretty boring, it just felt too similar to the previous books and it didn?t add anything new or particularly interesting. ...
  • Jaime K
    Jul 24, 2019
    THRAAWWWWWNNNN This is as good as the first and better than the 2nd. I have no qualms with this other than the fact that the word ?occultation? is used far too often. The picture of the front half of the Chimera before the title page is beautiful. It links even more canon wi...
  • Chris Wermeskerch
    Jul 25, 2019
    Unfortunately, every problem that I had in Thrawn and Alliances were only amplified rather than addressed here and this book became the pinnacle of OC-self-aggrandizement. If Thrawn was never challenged in Alliances, here he barely needs to give any of his mental prowess to the tasks a...
  • Nikolai
    Jul 28, 2019
    I have to admit, I wanted to give this five stars. I really did, but I couldn't. It's very obvious Zahn was restricted by the time table given to him, considering that this takes place in the week between Hera Syndulla's capture and the Battle of Lothal. Because of this, many of ...
  • Steven Shinder
    Jul 24, 2019
    I think I enjoyed this book more than Thrawn: Alliances, but not as much as Thrawn. I loved the Thrawn and Eli relationship in the first book, but it doesn't really develop much further in this one. We get into the conflicts regarding Imperial interests between Thrawn, Tarkin, and Kren...
  • Neil R. Coulter
    Aug 28, 2019
    This book is like reading a turn-by-turn description of a game of Risk being played by people I don't know, where one of the players correctly predicts every move for the entire game. On page 181, are we to imagine that Sisay is making the Vulcan salute? ...
  • Khurram
    Jul 31, 2019
    Great book. I was a little dubious about this book. After the last book being slightly sub-par (good instead of great), and Thrawn's character in Rebels bring more Imperial then any other incarnation of him. I was not sure what to expect from this book. I am glad to say I loved it and ...
  • Steve
    Sep 01, 2019
    What a great book....Thrawn is one bad mutha!!! Just read it, Thrawn already predicted you will! ...
  • Mark Morabito
    Aug 09, 2019
    I feel like this cover was pretty bait-y. It looks like Thrawn might be about to commit treason against the Emperor. Instead the Emperor appears for about 1 minute, and Thrawn is basically doing a side-quest related to potential treason. It really feels like Zahn has shackles on him st...
  • Elenora
    Jul 25, 2019
    My undying love for space blue Daddy Thrawn has paid off! The second in the series was disappointing, and the third is so far the best : more Thrawn, more Chiss, more Eli Vanto, more Sherlock Holmes in space and more threat and tension. The book was a pleasure, and I oh-so-wish Thrawn...
  • J. Griff
    Aug 19, 2019
    OH MY (my best George Takei impersonation)!! This book was sooo much better than the previous one. Grand Admiral Thrawn has to be one of the most interesting (Expanded Universe) characters to date. I enjoyed seeing Eli Vantos' return & several easter eggs that tied this story to th...
  • Anna Catherman
    Jul 27, 2019
    I have rather mixed feelings on this book. If you're going based on character interactions and development, and the way the story builds on galactic culture (and the Chiss in particular) Thrawn: Treason is a fascinating read that's well worth the time. However, I felt like it also st...
  • Ben Brown
    Sep 02, 2019
    Well, it finally happened: Timothy Zahn wrote a ?Thrawn? book that I actually sorta semi-liked. Don?t get me wrong: there?s still a LOT in ?Thrawn: Treason? ? the third and what looks to be the final chapter in Zahn?s canon ?Thrawn? trilogy ? that I did NOT li...
  • Alexander Sison
    Jul 27, 2019
    Seeing all the good reviews here, I'm so happy that they got something good out of this. But sadly for me, it just seemed to have taken several steps back from the previous books. In case anyone's wondering, I have read the Heir to the Empire trilogy a decade and more ago, and ...
  • Aristotle
    Jul 28, 2019
    Alright! Grand Admiral Thrawn! Rock n Roll!" Thrawn analyzes artwork to better understand his enemy. What would he think of Picasso or Pollock? "These guys are nuts! Retreat!" This was a good addition to the Star Wars world. Thrawn is one of the most unique characters. Thrawn...
  • Rebecca
    Jul 23, 2019
    So when do we get to go on another adventure with Thrawn? I swear they are just teasing us about the Rebels series finale at this point. Great adventure, answered questions, created new questions, and Admiral Ar'alani was brilliant! So many great characters, and so much fun. Man I wish...
  • Peter Hale
    Dec 19, 2018
    It's Treason, then. ...
  • Melinda Lane
    Jul 26, 2019
    Excellent! I've been a fan since "Heir to the Empire" and still love reading Timothy Zahn's books and the more about Thrawn the better. I hope there's more to come. I really loved seeing Eli's place among the Chiss and more of the Chiss Navigators. ...
  • Skye Elizabeth
    Jul 29, 2019
    I have some mixed feelings. Taken on its own, this novel is solid, like all of Zahn's Thrawn material. It's a quality Star Wars story and I don't think any fan will regret taking the time to read it. But, as the third installment of a trilogy, this finale was lacking, and does no...
  • Unseen Library
    Apr 03, 2019
    I received a copy of Thrawn: Treason from Penguin Random House Australia to review. Rating of 4.5. The master of Star Wars extended universe novels, Timothy Zahn, returns with a third incredible book in his outstanding Thrawn series, Treason, which features the final adventure of...
  • Jonathan D
    Jul 23, 2019
    In the lead up to Thrawn Treason, I had heard tid-bits and read some reviews from people I usually agree with that said that Thrawn Treason was a mediocre book and probably the worst of Timothy Zahn's Thrawn related books. That, for me at least, was definitely not the case. Thraw...