PhasmaBook - 2017
One of the most cunning and merciless officers of the First Order, Captain Phasma commands the favor of her superiors, the respect of her peers, and the terror of her enemies. But for all her renown, Phasma remains as virtually unknown as the impassive expression on her gleaming chrome helmet. Now, an adversary is bent on unearthing her mysterious origins--and exposing a secret she guards as zealously and ruthlessly as she serves her masters.
Deep inside the Battlecruiser Absolution, a captured Resistance spy endures brutal interrogation at the hands of a crimson-armored stormtrooper--Cardinal. But the information he desires has nothing to do with the Resistance or its covert operations against the First Order.
What the mysterious stormtrooper wants is Phasma's past--and with it whatever long-buried scandal, treachery, or private demons he can wield against the hated rival who threatens his own power and privilege in the ranks of the First Order. His prisoner has what Cardinal so desperately seeks, but she won't surrender it easily. As she wages a painstaking war of wills with her captor, bargaining for her life in exchange for every precious revelation, the spellbinding chronicle of the inscrutable Phasma unfolds. But this knowledge may prove more than just dangerous once Cardinal possesses it--and once his adversary unleashes the full measure of her fury.
Praise for Phasma
" Fury Road meets The Force Awakens . . . a much-needed origin story for one of the new Star Wars saga's most mysterious characters." --The Verge
"Dark, gripping, and entertaining." -- Roqoo Depot
"Fabulous, utterly engrossing." -- Kirkus Reviews
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Sexual Content: Phasma's native tribe seems to have no set rules for love and marriage, and a character is mentioned to have slept with two different men. One of the main characters becomes pregnant because of this. There is one scene when both male and female members of the tribe shower and change together (obviously naked).
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They've made him what he is, the First Order and Brendol and even Armitage. He's not the self-made man he's always considered himself to be. He's just another product, another perfect cog stamped out and plucked from a long belt of cogs to do his part in a larger machine.
He was happy as a cog. But now he knows the entire machine is a fraud, that Phasma and Armitage are selfish killers who care more about their own advancement than about the First Order, what's the point? Those children he's training will just graduate to Phasma's care and be molded, in turn, into whatever sort of monster is requested from on high. It's sickening. It's awful.
- Page 355
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