i enjoyed the development of all the characters. with the primary characters fully fleshed out the story had real depth to it.
the realization that the characters were not truly "evil" just completely amoral. there is a fine line and they don't seem to cross it. as "mystical" people, force users can be very scientific in their views of the universe.
the book was at times slow and seemingly ponderous, but that's how the sith operate. as slow as cancer and thrice as deadly.
The story is pretty good along the lines of other non-series stories. While it was a bit slow through out the story, it's still good reading/listening.
The most memorable moment for me was when the link between Han, Leia and the introduction of Winter into the storyline.
Marc Thompson's voice never fails to produce a rich variety of believable voices the truly help breathe life into the characters.
There's a point when you realize the roots and depths of the rocky relationship between Han and Lando.
Good story in keeping with the new direction the Star Wars Universe is going to take (in the movies atleast) of going back to the root stories and histories of the main characters.
i would listen to it again and again. very informative and great for devotees of the Star Wars universe.
Revan is dark with a hidden past. it's intriguing to listen to him rediscovery himself. no matter the consequences.
Of the light... dark pasts... and redemption
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