‘Star Wars:The Approaching Storm’ – Chapter 7 (Part 7)

Well, it was a non-marching band Saturday and it’s the last one I’ll have at least for the next two weeks.  There’s good and bad behind all of that.  We still had a pretty busy day even though there was no marching band to do.  Heather and I went over to Cornell Cooperative Extension and took part in a free book fair.  The concept is to give books one last life before they are thrown in the trash.  My kids found some books to take for free and I found some Star Trek books at the fair.  Unfortunately, there was only one Star Wars book, and it was “Heir to the Empire” by Zahn which I already have in book and book-tape form.  We came home and organized and cleaned some things around the house.  We worked on some projects that needed working on and I went downstairs and worked on my Wookie Bowcaster.  Heather and I took a nap together and she took off to work while the kids and I sat down for a dinner of left-overs.  After that I went downstairs and started to plan out the one year anniversary episode of TJCS and did a ton of research on how to improve the show quality.  I hope to be able to do an interview with Robbie Chastain from “Star Wars and Beyond” for our anniversary episode.  I haven’t received any emails.  I’m not sure if that’s a good sign or a bad sign.

Okay, time to talk about Part 7 of Chapter 7 of “Star Wars:The Approaching Storm” by Alan Dean Foster…..


Chapter 7 (Part 7):  Ogomoor told the delegate from the Unity that they left as he sat in a chair in the delegate’s apartment.  He offers Ogomoor a cold drink and he cringes and refuses.  The delegate says they all know they left to negotiate with the Alwari and asks what Ogomoor thinks their chances may be.  Ogomoor says they’re dead.  The delegate asks why Ogomoor is here and he says he wants to expedite a critical decision for Ansion.  Ogomoor points out that the Unity Council was close to a vote about withdrawal from the Republic before the Jedi arrived.  He pointed out that the Jedi shouldn’t change that and that Ansion prides itself on it’s independence.  Ogomoor asked the delegate how he intended to vote and he said that both Ogomoor and Soergg would surely like to know that.  Then Ogomoor threatened the delegate in a round-a-bout manner and said the Jedi should not change the vote.  Then Ogomoor suggests that the Jedi may not come back or will pursuade the Alwari to take their point of view.  The delegate asks what he should do.  Ogomoor suggests he recall the council and make the vote.  What could go wrong?  The delegate points out that the Senate could reverse the vote.  Ogomoor points out that votes that have already occurred are harder to undo and that the Jedi have abondoned them.  The delegate says this concept will be hard and the Armallot will object.  Ogomoor says that his efforts will not go unnoticed and that there are changes coming in the Republic according to Soergg.  He told the delegate that Ansion may want to be on the right side of those changes and Ogomoor left him to think.

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