I liked it, I feel more knowledgeable now about episodes 1-6. You'll learn a little about a lot about the sith history, and a lot about sidious and plagueis relationship. It was worth reading/listening to.
I was disappointed that there was so much of sidiuos in it and not more of Plagueis during his apprentice years. the book also spends at least a third of it building up to the phantom menace and finishes after the movie. while this did inspire me to want to watch The Phantom Menace again, this is not what I was hoping for in. also while I don't like the concept of medichlorians I thought this book did an excellent job of incorporating them into the story. The narrator did an excellent job.
great book. narrator was great. he and I have some minor disagreements as to how certain names and such are pronounced, but that is very very minor. the book does go very in depth with the political aspect of things. not as much action as most of the Star wars books I've read.
Remove loads of background noises/sounds. Those really didn't make it more fun. The story itself is very nice and gives new insights, although the end was quite abrupt.
This is the best Star Wars themed book yet written. I have found it fascinating to see how the events depicted in the films were never by chaos, but we're instead guided by the Sith.
I really enjoy this book. very political . complex. a bit lack in action but still very enjoyable. the phantom menace seem less convoluted when we see how it was played by palpatine.
Yes. Just for Daniel Davis alone
If you only knew the power of the Dark Side.
A bit slow at items, and a little to deep into the political side and; the further explanation of medichlorians was not something I needed from the Star Wars universe.
That being said, the book was written well, and Daniel Davis's performance was unbelievable. He brought the characters to life like no other I have have ever heard.