The author kept getting lost in unimportant details, such as the politics of a fictional universe. Very short on action.
I had read good reviews of this book. I really struggled to get through this book.
Really enjoyed all the different voices as well as background noises. I felt like it started off very interesting. In the last few chapters it felt more like... a recounting of events? Not so much story telling. That brought it down one star for me. Otherwise very interesting and informative.
This story takes every part of the old canon, the expanded universe of Star Wars and connects it with the new canon, a mist read for every fan...and every sith....
I've read lots of Star Wars books, but this one is my favorite. James Luceno is a great writer, and this is a great story. The performance is great too. I am going to enjoy listening to this again!
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if you liked the politics of the prequel trilogy than you're sure to like this. otherwise this is a long and boring story.
It was a very fun story and provided a new perspective through which one may understand the prequels. Even though these movies weren't the best, the creativity they have spawned is awesome
Star Wars Darth Plagueis provided many hours entertainment bos driving to and from work the storyline was compelling and I would do wait in my car 15 minutes longer than necessary to finish the chapter would highly recommend 2 any Starwars fan
Wow. This is the screenplay that should've been the first half of Episode I. If anything, I lament the fact that Disney dumped works like this in favor of Chuck Wendig's Aftermath, which was an absolute train wreck. The difference in the sheer caliber of writing is excruciatingly palpable. The production value gets an A+ as well. The narrator was exquisite for the roles and voices he portrayed, and the sound quality and ambient effects added a lot to the experience. We can only hope that once Kathleen Kennedy is finished using Star Wars as an activism platform dumping ground, Disney wises up and brings back authors like this to once again do Star Wars some real justice.