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!!!
An ok book due to a deeper look into Juno's side of thing's. Loads of fan service all throughout with many special guest appearances. Like the game, many major questions are left unanswered. The seemingly uncanonical ending blew my mind! Maybe there js supposed to be a 3rd installment to elaborate on what happens next?
People interested in a Star Wars story that resides outside the canon.
No, in fact, since I have read part one and listened to part two, I would like to see how they wrap this up. Part of the allure of listening to this book was that it is unabridged.
Enjoyable, appropriate, easy
Star Wars. Some nice cameos and possibilities have been established, but the main characters are not legends in the Star Wars canon and it is kind of hard to create a legend with a prequel, especially when it is based on a video game series that is mediocre.
I liked the first book in the series but this one reads like the entire story was concocted to justify a second video game. For example in a scene where he fights clones of himself and the rancor-eating monster, I couldn't help thinking how this would provide the game's near-impossible to beat "boss" levels. Sure enough I buy the game and find these sequences so difficult I gave up playing it. It's not the first book to inspire a game but I got the distinct feeling while reading this one that it was the other way around.
As in the first book, Darth Vader is portrayed as a second rate force user who is tossed around by Starkiller like he is nothing. It is very different from the way Vader is portrayed in the Star Wars movies and a bit disappointing...again.
Overall I'd say the series is going downhill. I think I will stick with the other Star Wars titles from now on. Like most Star Wars fans, I like almost anything set in the Star Wars universe. This one may be a bridge too far.
It was fairly boring.
Spoiler: the only thing good about this story is revealing some of the backstory regarding how the Rebel Alliance was formed. Else, it was a juvenile romp through the galaxy. This is like the book version of those terrible Transformers movies. Unless you're under the age of 15, you'll be looking for more substance.