The ending was anticlimatic when taking into account the surrounding events, left me with an 'okay, so what' feeling rather than insight into the days before the blockade. Interesting background story into Darth Maul, but too short.
If you've listen to the first two, you won't be surprized with this book. Unfortunately while some traditions get their orgin and flow to a conclusion, other traditions are forced to fit, some dead-end with anti-climaxes, and others are just left undefined.
I think this should have been a four book series to properly address some issues and set the stage for the orginal book.
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