This book explains a lot about the backstory of Darth Sidious That was only hinted at in E Revenge of the Sith.
Darth Sidious because his origins are finally explained and explored. The reader finds out about is complete evil.
I love the confrontation between Sidious and his father
Absolutely, I only wish I had the time
The content of this book is exactly the type of material that Episode 1 was missing in the movie.
Absolutely! Jack Ketchum has such great insight into the human condition and his astute observations are very worthy of being shared.
Character motivation. What the main character does and why he does it are what makes Red a great read. I won't give any spoilers (too many reviewers thoughtlessly do so) but it's enough to say the protaganist is a good man who deals with horrible circumstances in a way that I, as a reader, could really relate to.As an animal lover, this book spoke to me in ways few works of art ever do. Unlike pabulum like Marley and Me, Red shows what it is really like to have a strong and lasting relationship with a canine.
Kohler does a great job reading with varying levels of intensity. He speeds up and slows down at all the right moments and as such he makes the reader feel a part of the story.
I did. I couldn't put it down.
As with most of Jack Ketchum's books, Red is a look into the human condition and the things that drive us all. Whether it be horrorific circumstance or the love if one being for another, the themes of his works are true.
Yes. Although it's a great book, the performances of Breck and Hill only add to the experience
I love how Konrath mixes I genuine humor with the grisly bits about the bad guys. The mix of mystery and laughs make for an unforgettable read
I enjoy their characters voices. It's easy to distinguish one character from another. Unlike other narrators, they don't read super slow, forcing me to raise the reading speed on my Kindle
Absolutely! I finished this in just two sittings, but I would have loved to just go right through it.
The Jack Daniels series is great, but all of Konrath/ Jack Kilborn/Joe Kimball's books are (same guy for those of you who don't know). His horror novels are truly scary and I can't wait to read his Codename: Chandler books with Ann Voss Peterson. This guy truly knows how to tell a story - in every genre!
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