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Even better, I don't think you will spoil the movie for yourself if you read the book.
They are described very well in the book, and the way that it has been written into the fast and furious battle scenes is excellent.
Matthew Stover's novelization of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith surpasses a very good movie.
This novel is even better then the filmit is based on. This book goes into great character detail, and paints a great picture of the transformation of skywalker to darth Vader. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert A. Raymond
I have read all of the books that correlate with the movies and none of them have stood out to me as much as this one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gable D. Roth
A great story told in more details. The final chapter delivers what none of the movies tell you, and if you have wonder for galaxies far away, it will stay with you, forever.Published 1 month ago by HNH
Star Wars in novel form is always more detailed and intriguing!Published 2 months ago by Gregory B. Miller
War is on a galactic scale, the light of the Jedi is flickering, the shadow of the Sith is growing darker and darker. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Matt Allen
Matthew Stover did a great job in this novelization of the movie! How he went in-depth with the characters was amazing. We really heard their thoughts and feelings. Read morePublished 6 months ago by shaneluke29