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This is, probably the best novelization of any of the Star Wars films. While Episode III is probably considered the strongest of the prequels, given how much they were despised,... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mike S.
If you saw the movie, you know what it's about. Not very-well-written; annoying style.Published 19 days ago by Radensu3
Matt Stover is a wonderful author! Recommend this to any star wars fan. Even if you have seen the movie!Published 1 month ago by Tobeywan
Hands down the best Star Wars novel around - even for those who aren't Star Wars fans. It's a shame the movie wasn't anywhere close to being as good as the book.Published 1 month ago by theblackknight
I don't even know why I am bothering other than I am sitting on my computer and got this email. Unless you live under a rock I am sure you have already seen this movie.Published 2 months ago by Ray
Anakin wants to control both a life and death. His own fear that he can't do leads himself to the dark side. His arrogance and easily frustrated temper are his weakness. Read morePublished 2 months ago by songmyself
This book answers some questions I had when watching TFA at the theater; however, it does remove some suspense.Published 3 months ago by FSS
I am not normally one for reading the novelization of movies, but I saw an article on Tor.com recommending this so I gave it a go, and I have to say that I was very pleased! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jared Paul Jacobs