Date posted: 2/25/2008 10:34:49 PM
Glad to see this up - a nice look at life under a dictatorship.
Date posted: 2/26/2008 7:58:16 AM
I'd like to thank Tony, Jackie, and Christian for beta-reading this story for me. And the cover artwork here is none other than a fabulous picture by Ralph McQuarrie.
Date posted: 2/28/2008 10:35:14 AM
This is a good story. It would make for a good introduction for a good cloak and dagger, nail biting double crossing story between the Professers and the intelligence officer. I was left after reading this, wanting more. My mind is running wild with all kinds of possiblities as to where the story could go. So i'll be looking forward to see where you take this. Thanks Again.
Date posted: 2/29/2008 5:50:22 PM
So glad to see this up! The cover art really complements it.
Date posted: 5/11/2008 3:19:33 PM
Read this a little while back. I thought the mundane, daily routine sort of things you put in it added a great feeling of reality to it. The characters were fleshed out nicely (fun cameo from Isard, too) and the idea is definitely interesting. My only critique is, similar to another reviewer, I feel that there should be more.
Date posted: 9/21/2008 11:15:03 AM
This was a really great piece! I enjoyed the every-day ho-hum of the theme, letting us into the lives of daily citizens of the new Empire. It would be great to see a full-fledged book of this story emerge, especially if the two professors can meet with a real jedi (or even former jedi aka Anakin). That would just be so very cool. Thanks for the wonderful writing. And I mean, that. Such excellent writing skills!
Date posted: 12/3/2012 10:56:48 PM
How neat! Is it raelly this simple? You make it look easy.
Date posted: 1/16/2016 2:17:29 AM
It's great to find an expert who can exalipn things so well