I’m kinda reading this series backwards!
Thrawn: Treason is all about politics. The nuances, the intrigue and the eye-rolling, cape tossing ‘I’m a Director! You must respect me!’
Seeing Krennic pop up in this book, made me squee in a way that wasn’t likely healthy for someone of my age. Watching the political plays between Krennic and Tarkin, with Thrawn in the middle made the story fascinating and kept me turning the pages. I enjoyed this book more than Thrawn: Alliances, it was a smoother read and the characters much more intriguing.
Now just need to go back to read the first one!