I am a huge fan of the Force Unleashed storyline. I love the story of Starkiller and his relationship with the different characters in the two book / games. It is very easy to get attached to the characters and you can't stop reading because you want to find out what happens in the end. I highly recommend this book to anyone. Of course you will need to read the first book first which is also great. It sucks tho that there isn't an unabridged version of the first one there is only abridged. Last thoughts... I can't wait till the game comes out and I hope to see more books revolved around these characters. Buy the book or download this now!!
Yes, excellent reading and effects.
Many moments that explain more in depth the game story.
Yes, Jonathan Davis is one of my favourite readers. He delivers een excellent performance and makes the story come to life.
Yes, almost did it in one sitting.
Thi is a great book and an engaging story. Even has a great cameo! The only problem is that there seem to be quick silent pauses that interrupt the flow. Worth your listen. Get Book one or you will be so lostQ
The expansion on the story of Starkiller's fate. Also more background to Juno and the others than the game had.
When Starkiller broke into the Rogue Shadow's cockpit and Juno was not there.
When he finally held Juno in his arms again.
Worth every cent.
This is an unabridged complete and coherent book as opposed the abridged prequel. Like the first book, it also contains the voice changes and sound effects that make this series seem so alive. I highly enjoyed it and only failed to give it a five star rating because the audio mix at times is questionable (the sound effects drown out the narrative at two distinct points). I honestly wish they would make more novels from compelling video game story lines. This is a nice piece of work by Sean Williams.
Star Wars fan
Jonathan Davis shines while narrating, but not much can be done about the weak story... while the original Force Unleashed was a good story full of plot twists, revenge, betrayal and adventure, this sequel reads as just traveling from point A to point B, with nothing more than select appearances from established characters... plus, from the ending of the novel it's implied that a last sequel (hopefully) is due. I hope that they polish that last one a bit more...
Not sure how the ending could be resolved with the rest of the StarWars cannon. If the story was meant to work with the original Expanded Universe (i.e. not Disney's vision/version of StarWars) I can't see how it would work without tragedy or hand-waving.
I do the love the force unleashed story and I love how the author explores a deeper storyline than in the game, but it does seemed to drag on and have quite a bit of filler fluff at the end.
I just love the full cast of actors and the sound effects that make the story come to life and immerse you in the Star Wars Universe. As a whole it's awesome!
I'd recommend to all who enjoy a good story full cast dramatization and sound effects, like scifi lovers and especially of course Star Wars fans new and old alike.
This was a blast to listen to and felt like I was in a movie not just watching or in this case just listening to one persons account/view or telling a story that they heard.
This is an example of how all Audio books should be made! I feel like it's a whole experience when it's done in the way this book was done here so keep up the great awesome work Audible!!! Make more like this and PLEASE GIVE ME MORE! Four thumbs up!!!