Ahsoka audiobook is for young adults. The narrative of Ahsoka audiobook revolves around Ahsoka’s life while she lies low to escape the Empire’s attention. She needs to do several jobs to make ends meet and avoids forming strong ties with everyone. Her bond to the Force keeps deteriorating. She recalls the family she had lost as a result of Jedi Order’s demise and explores her emotions for clues as to Anakin’s destiny.
In Ahsoka audiobook, a year had gone by ever since the enforcement of Order 66, and several of the clones have been substituted with less competent stormtroopers. She has lived the Jedi purge and now is working as a technician also on the Outer Rim world of Thabeska with the identity as Ashla. Her job becomes important to the plot as she gathers components from repairs which she ultimately uses to make her laser sword. Once she has to flee Thabeska, she settles on the isolated farming moon called Raada and there she meets a bunch of local kids.
In Ahsoka audiobook free, when Empire soldiers come in to capture Raada and utilise it for the production of food for the Empire’s expanding troops, Ahsoka’s new allies end up taking affairs in their hands, then Ahsoka discovers herself drawn into the resistance group. As news of Ahsoka’s abilities spread and her interest in local revolt rises, it catches the gaze of Bail Organ, a senator and also Imperial Inquisitor.
In Ahsoka audiobook free, Ahsoka must forge her own path in the cosmos. Her path is unknown, and the narrative revolves around her battle to determine whether to escape or fight.
E. K. Johnston wrote Ahsoka audiobook.
E.K. Johnston is a forensic archaeologist and writer from Canada. Johnston began writing fictional novels in 2002, However, her first work was completed in 2009. Her debut novel, The Story of Owen: Dragon Slayer of Trondheim, released in 2014. It centred in an imagined current Ontario wherein dragons both are actual and dangerous. In 2015, the novel shortlisted for the William C. Morris Award after The New York Times described it as “a smart initial move in the writing career of a writer who has much more melodies to sing”. Prairie Fire, the sequel, released in 2015.
A Thousand Nights, a reinterpretation of One Thousand and One Nights, was her third novel. Exit, Pursued By A Bear, her fifth novel, released in 2016. Many organisations, notably NPR, the New York Public Library and Publishers Weekly, declared it a Book of the Year. In 2017, it received the Amy Mathers Teen Book Award from the Canadian Children’s Book Centre. A Star Wars enthusiast requested her to create a novel about the protagonist Ahsoka Tano. Ahsoka, released in 2016, bridges the gap among her adventures in The Clone Wars and Rebels.
She praises her academic work practice for assisting her management skills when writing fiction, and she claims to be a quick writer, she completed A Thousand Nights in approximately 20 days and works with minimal interruption. Furthermore, she urges beginning and emerging authors to strive to complete tasks as a form of self-discipline and editorial exercise. Jo Graham, Tessa Gratton, Elizabeth Wein, Kiersten White, JRR Tolkien Madeleine L’Engle, David Eddings, Holly Black and CS Lewis are among her favourite writers. She is an alto saxophonist and clarinettist.
The narrator of Ahsoka audiobook is Ashley Eckstein. Other audiobooks that Ashley Eckstein has also narrated are It’s Your Universe, Aetherbound, and Wonder Woman at Super Hero High.
The length of Ahsoka audiobook is 7 hours and 4 minutes.
Random House Audio published Ahsoka audiobook on 10/11/16.