Very dark and grabbing book that keeps you held on. As always Marc Thompson's performance is top notch. Also with saying too much, this is the first Star Wars book I've read that welled tears in my eyes by the end. A definite read/ listen.
All I can say is Mehhhh. The story was predictable and I feel like it just didn't follow the other star wars novels I've read. No connection to other books. And a happy ending that shouldn't have happened.
Great Star Wars story, mildly generic and predictable though. Performance was good for one person, but the little girl voice the guy does is almost disturbing.
Paul S. Kemp writes a Star Wars novel that is easily comparable to the works of James Luceno, Drew Karpyshyn, and Timothy Zahn. This is the caliber we expect as Star Wars readers. Well done.
Performance by Marc Thompson is nothing short of greatness, Marc has yet to disappoint me or break immersion at all.
Just how we so quickly grew to admire Darth Vader, the same happens here with Darth Malgus. The whole time this novel feels like we are getting a new take on Empire Strikes Back, absolutely a novel I would recommend to Star Wars readers.
(For a non-Star Wars fan it may not settle over the same)
Excellent book but hard to pick at the beginning, it seems dull and even confusing, only recommended to those who have played the game or have deep understanding of the kotor universe
Currently listening to all the Star Wars books.
I loved it. Darth Malgus gives great insight into internal problems within the Empire and the state of the Sith Order.