I wasn’t really sure what to think going into this book, but I really liked it. Like the last Clone Wars book I read, I really enjoyed getting to know clones better.
I really liked that in this one, there are 4 clones, but they all have different personalities and you can tell them apart just reading how they talk or think. I also really liked that Etain could tell them apart. It was definitely interesting to think about each one having different experiences that made them who they were when the story began. Nature versus nurture and all that jazz.
I wasn’t too sure about Etain at first. I didn’t like how little confidence she had in her abilities. But by the end, I really liked her and liked that she grew as a person, as a commander, and as a Jedi.
I’m really looking forward to the rest of this series, though I will be sad if it doesn’t continue to follow the same squad of clones.