Star Wars Battlefront: Twilight Company is a 2015 release I finally got around to finishing. I wish I was better at reviewing books so please bear with me. This book follows rebel soldiers during their battle with the Galactic Empire. These are the boots on the ground who don't get the glory but fight for the tough ground inch by inch. This looks at their fights, their questions about leadership, questions about the rebellion and why they do what they do. Along the way you are introduced to a core group who have been there, done that. They fought all over the galaxy while never knowing how much, if any, difference they are making. This is not that different from some modern day movies or novels based around the military. While it isn't a movie it has a Rouge One feel to it. Not everyone survives nor does every battle go their way. I liked this book. It is different than most Star Wars books in how it introduces completely new characters, the likes of which we haven't been introduced to before, and shows us what it looks like in the trenches. Again it could look like many other military novels but they did a good job here. Not all 496 pages will knock your socks off but I think it is worth the read.