Of course, I can multitask and hear lightsabers clashing :P
It showed how twisted the Darkside can really be, the betrayal and backstabbing of the Sith to proved dominance.
He's no Marc Thompson, but he does decently well.
The book was such a twisted delight to the Star Wars series. It may have been just the shock that I was listening to a Star Wars book and finding myself cringing from some of the acts of Darth Bane.
Not only that but you really get to see some of the intense magics of the Darkside.
Would definitely recommend if you'd like to see how unrelenting and malevolent the Star Wars universe can be.
No, but I'd read it again. Suzanne Collins' pitch in tone and emotion remind me of my GPS. It's bland and robotic. Even in states of excitement, she comes off as whiny and shrill. It's really just not enjoyable to listen to. But if you can get past the voice, the story is good.
Pitch, tone, everything really.
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