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Before the Awakening is an anthology book by Greg Rucka focusing on the lives of Finn, Rey, and Poe Dameron prior to the events of Star Wars: Episode VII. The Awakening centers on Edna Pontellier and her struggle to reconcile her which he had not had time to read before quitting New Orleans the day before. This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the.
Finn starts having doubts and begins to feel separated from the group. Later on, the trainees fight with vibro-axes and other melee weapons, some of which can even combat lightsabers. Slip is injured in the fighting, and when he goes up against Finn he is easily defeated. Finn doesn't hurt him, attempting rather to keep Slip safe from injury by someone else.
Phasma again questions Finn's actions and orders him to stop. Zeroes, Nines, and Slip are excited to learn that their suspicions were correct: they will soon be deployed to a mining colony located in an asteroid field known as Pressy's Tumble. According to Phasma, Republic agents were causing dissent and chaos in the mining operation. In reality, the mining negotiators had called a strike to protest the harsh working conditions.
Phasma however orders her stormtroopers to execute the negotiators. Finn doesn't pull the trigger, and watches while his fellow stormtroopers kill the protesters.
After returning to their ship, Finn participates in extra training simulations instead of celebrating with the others, and begins to feel even more distant. Captain Phasma, preparing to welcome Kylo Ren onboard, decides to give Finn one last chance to prove himself on Jakku, giving him one last chance to become a real stormtrooper.
Rey Edit At the beginning of Rey's story, she is scavenging from an old battle cruiser when a large storm forces her to retreat into the old walker where she lives. We find out Rey has mastered a flight simulator she found, learning all the scenarios on many different ships. The next morning, after selling parts for rations in Niima Outpost and watching a Hernon Class Light Freighter land, Rey rides far out into the desert on her speeder.
She decides to climb the Spike, a keel line from an old star ship halfway buried in the middle of the desert. From the top of the Spike she manages to get a view of a crashed ship, which would be an incredibly valuable find to trade in to Unkar Plutt for more portions. Even though she is running out of daylight, Rey decides to go to the ship to investigate. She discoveres it is a light freighter , also known as a Ghtroc Inside she finds food, and discovers that the reactor is still working.
The ship is in good shape, but is still in need of a lot of repairs.
Rey spends the night in her new ship since it is already dark. Rey proceeds work on the ship for a long time by herself. In Niima, she runs into Devi and Strunk who ask her what she is building.
They say they noticed she had been taking a lot of wiring and other supplies without re-selling them, and that they suspected she had been building something. She says she hasn't been, but they tell her they might not be the only ones who had taken notice.
Eventually, Devi and Strunk find her working on the ship. They offer to help her restore it. Rey doesn't want to, since it is hers, but she feels that she has no choice or else they would steal it or try to claim the finder's fee for themselves.
To her surprise, they provide a huge amount of help. One night, when Rey is working late, a group of Teedos try to steal her ship but Devi and Strunk who had been guarding the ship at nights stop them. Eventually, the group test flies the ship and determines that it is ready to sell. They fly the ship into Niima to sell it, and Rey triumphantly flies out on her Speeder to cheers from the other salvagers.
Pontellier's two children were there—sturdy little fellows of four and five. A quadroon nurse followed them about with a faraway, meditative air.
Pontellier finally lit a cigar and began to smoke, letting the paper drag idly from his hand. He fixed his gaze upon a white sunshade that was advancing at snail's pace from the beach.
He could see it plainly between the gaunt trunks of the water-oaks and across the stretch of yellow camomile. The gulf looked far away, melting hazily into the blue of the horizon. The sunshade continued to approach slowly.
Beneath its pink-lined shelter were his wife, Mrs. Pontellier, and young Robert Lebrun. When they reached the cottage, the two seated themselves with some appearance of fatigue upon the upper step of the porch, facing each other, each leaning against a supporting post. He himself had taken a plunge at daylight. That was why the morning seemed long to him.
She held up her hands, strong, shapely hands, and surveyed them critically, drawing up her fawn sleeves above the wrists. Looking at them reminded her of her rings, which she had given to her husband before leaving for the beach. She silently reached out to him, and he, understanding, took the rings from his vest pocket and dropped them into her open palm. She slipped them upon her fingers; then clasping her knees, she looked across at Robert and began to laugh.
The rings sparkled upon her fingers. He sent back an answering smile.
It was some utter nonsense; some adventure out there in the water, and they both tried to relate it at once. It did not seem half so amusing when told.
They realized this, and so did Mr. He yawned and stretched himself. Then he got up, saying he had half a mind to go over to Klein's hotel and play a game of billiards. But Robert admitted quite frankly that he preferred to stay where he was and talk to Mrs.
He accepted the sunshade, and lifting it over his head descended the steps and walked away. He halted a moment and shrugged his shoulders. He felt in his vest pocket; there was a ten-dollar bill there. He did not know; perhaps he would return for the early dinner and perhaps he would not. It all depended upon the company which he found over at Klein's and the size of "the game.