If there were any justice in the universe P.G. Wodehouse and Jonathan Cecil respectively would be able to pull a hood over the head of whoever is responsible for this sound and beat them with a stick until they lost consciousness then wake them up and beat them some more.
Facinating look into the tortured soul of a Jedi consumed by the dark side? No. Rip-roaring adventure of an incredibly powerful Jedi in no danger whatsoever of being consumed? Here and there but not really. An intriguing premise and a great character are both wasted in this story. Mace Windu is one of the two most powerful Jedi of his time. It will be nice to read a story where the author is unashamed of reveling in that awesomeness instead of apologizing for it by repeatedly humiliating him. What the author should apologize for is the Jungle Jedi. Yes, ignorant, animalistic force users who are supposedly his kin are the actual main characters of the story. Mace is the good Jedi. Enough said.
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