Many have seen the trailer depicting Sith warriors converging upon the Jedi Temple on Coruscant killing and ultimately destroying the Jedi Order and the Republic in one devastating swift surprise attack. This book which opens up the world that the Knights of the Old Republic MMO will be focused on takes you there with this audible book brought to you by Audible.com. The voice talent of Paul Kemp kept me thoroughly enthralled throughout. The sound effects were excellent and in keeping with the Star Wars tradition of sounds you would expect to hear from a Star Wars franchise. The surprises in this chapter of a galaxy far far away will keep you on edge and entwined for hours. This book is a must have for fans of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
awesome dual story that gives you many viewpoints on the strife of the republic and empire. The dark side and light side blend with both protagonists we also get a great side character to anchor to. excellent
I came because of my new kindle and then decided to stay because of my love for Star Wars audiobooks.
Yes. I have a few friends that love the game Star Wars The Old Republic and others that are thinking about beginning but may need a little push before making up their minds. This book would satisfy both sides, I am sure, especially if they watched the Deceived Cinematic trailer.
When the badass Jedi Knight Arryn using the Force to survive a 50 kilometer drop after her ship exploded. By the stars, that was awesome! And lol, Zeerid’s oath to become a farmer on Dantooine if he survived the trip made me crack up.
Plenty of times when it comes to other Star Wars audiobooks. This one was really good. I especially enjoyed his voice acting for Darth Malgus. I can't wait for Marc Thompson's performance for the upcoming Thrawn novel next April.
Malgus inner thoughts after he learn the Treaty of Coruscant may very well begin actual peace and about the rival Sith Lords wanting to domesticate the warrior within him struck as a very clever and funny choices of words.
I was quite sad when Malgus's relationship with his Twi'lek lover ended. Not that I wasn't seeing coming but it was still an emotional scene.
The Old Republic is an untaped oil well of literary material for Disney at this point. They should hire Paul S. Kemp to write more awesome stories in that era.
Content filled story
He is an intriguing character, no basic Sith.
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The voice acting is superb, especially the voice actor of Darth Malgus. Probably my 3rd favorite book of the star wars series after Darth Plagues and Darth Bane (all 3) book. Highly recommended!