I definitely find it a little easier to follow.
I have not listened to any of his other performances. However, I found this one interesting and entertaining.
Normally when I read books talking about the Sith I always root for the Sith. However this book I found myself not sure which side I wanted to win, though I knew the ultimate outcome. Darth Maul has long been a favorite character of mine so I thought that was quite an achievement. As far as extreme reactions go though, no not really.
I found it interesting that the reader of this story (in my opinion) spoke with a sort of air of condescension, though if I were being honest I could see a Sith Lord speaking that way so I did come to enjoy that aspect of the story-telling.
Good book. Great to see Darth Maul in action and Darth Sidious plotting. A good read. Nice ending and prelude to Episode I
The people that put this book together know absolutely nothing about Star Wars. As an example they used a dirt bike sound for a speeder. One blunder among many.
Lousy story and almost no characterization of Darth Maul. Read Darth Plagueis for good pre-prequel storytelling.
The narrator is OK, but has an odd speech inflection that sticks out in each of his character voices.
This book really should not have Darth Maul's name in the title considering how little you learn about him.
Great way to read great books on the go. Love Sci Fi especially Orson Scott Card and Star Wars.
This is an excellent lead in to the events of the Phantom Menace. It is an action packed look behind Darth Maul and shows how driven his character really is.
This book is very much in the vein of other Star Wars novels especially movie lead in's.
He truly brings out hte unique inflection of each of the characters.
A good book for fans of the Star Wars Saga.
This title was just "ok" as compared to other Star Wars titles. It starts out slowly but picks up after the first quarter of the story. If you're a huge Star Wars fan, you'll enjoy it.