‘Star Wars: The Cestus Deception, A Clone Wars Novel’ – Chapter 23 (Part 2)

Well, it was Saturday and the day of the big Pinewood Derby Race.  I will admit that I actually slept in a little this morning only because I was up so late last night.  I was able to get up in time this morning to get things going for the day and I had enough time to put two coats of lacquer on the Pinewood Derby Car before we had to leave for the race this morning.  We had time for a quick breakfast and for Heather and I to get a shower and leave.

We were told to be at the race by 10:45 and that Austin’s group would be racing at 11.  We got there at 10:30 and the rae didn’t start until 11, which means Ausitn’s group was last.  I was concerned that we would be waiting a long time, but the time went quickly and Austin helped as a Boy Scout as well as racing as a Webelos II.  On Monday night he will be officially crossing over and becoming a Boy Scout.  So, we all stayed around for the race and his car did fairly well.   He had the fifth fastest car acrossed the whole troop, and Austin’s cars were never competitive, so he didn’t do a bad job.  We got home and Heather and I were exhausted!  So, we all ate some lunch and Heather and I took a nap.  We got up after about an hour-long nap and we both went downstairs.

I worked more on my American Idol sheets and watched the show and put the sheets together.  By about four o’clock or so, I then decided to take a break and I started playing “Call of Duty 4” for a little while.  Heather called us all up for dinner and we had a broccolli casserole.  After dinner, Heather cut my hair and Austin’s hair.  We both took showers after our hair cut, and after that, Ian came over.  We talked about the future of “The Jedi Council Speaks” and I will openly say on here, that the last episode of TJCS was the LAST episode of the show.  There is a good reason and pay attention to this blog as to the future of this show, but it will not continue down the same path it has been going.  It will be going down a different path now, and it will be something positive, and don’t worry, Ian and I are not going anywhere as podcasters.  He and I recorded for a little bit to test some of the new equipment and then Ian left.

I did some work online on the new ideas for the show and I can say that you’ll all love where we’re heading with this concept.  After some time, I had to take a break, so I played “Call of Duty 4” for about an hour or so before going to bed late.

Okay, so let’s all talk about Part 2 of Chapter 23 of “Star Wars:  The Cestus Deception, A Clone Wars Novel” by Steven Barnes……

Chapter 23 (Part 2):  She told Fizzik that if hsi men approached her ship, he would need new men.  She then told him to take her to Trillot.  He opened the back door of a tunnel speeder and the woman entered with a mild grace.  The tunnel speeder headed into an entrance for the caves.  The caves were ions old, but had been recently electronically mapped which helped the speeder whip along the pat of the caves.  Fizzik sat next to the drive, but glanced back to see if their female passenger was flinching at the near misses, but she was reolute and simply said to Fizzik that the Five Families apparently fear to meet with her openly.  Fizzik said they will meet with her soon, as she asked what the walls were all about.  Fizzik explained that the tunnels are centuries old mines and are the easiest way to get around the planet.  She asked his name and he introduced himself as Fizzik, brother of Trillot, whom they are going to meet.  He suggested she rest fro her long journey, so she closed her eyes, never once fearing the speed at which they travelled nor the walls that became near misses…..


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