Throught-provoking, in-sightful, intriguing.
Paul. He's well spoken about his past and how it affected him. It's also neat to see where he's ended up and enjoyng life.
You get the meaning from the tones and expressions in his voice, it brings an element to the story you may not get if you read it.
Didn't laugh or cry, but it didn't matter. It was a book I was excited to listen to each time I got the chance.
Paul appears to be extrememly goal oriented and driven to find the success he thought would bring him happiness. After many years of having money and fame, he finds it's lonely at the top. He is blessed to experience the joys of marriage and fatherhood and seems to make the most of it--based on his experiences as a child and throughout his professional career. I'm excited for him and am glad he shared his story!
At first I wasn't used to a female narrator, but she did such a good job it began to grow on me. I would listen to her again and would recommend her.
Deeper understanding and learning of The Force and original Jedi. I enjoyed learning about the difference of the early Jedai and modern day Jedi.
Good, solid storyline.
I liked the back story for KOTOR.
Revan, possibly one of the greatest Jedi, would never live up to his potential. The Jedi council should used his wisdom from being both Sith and Jedi, but they would fail to learn from their fundamental short-comings.
The story takes the three characters 180 degrees from what they've always known. Through their newfound struggles, it makes their lives richer and stronger.
Tough one. Regis. Because his resolve to become braver than his previous life takes real gumption...something he's never personally known.
All three are written solidly, and the performance by Bevine is well done.
Emotions are something Salvatore knows how to tap into. He is the cream of the crop for fantasy writers.
This book ranks up there with The Crystal Shard series. However, I don't know if I will ever read anything better than the Dark Elf Trilogy.
Not sure, didn't read the book version. Marc Thompson is solid though.
Darth Malgus bringing down the Jedi temple and sacking the city.
Many varieties and colorful voice acting.
Was hoping it would deliver more knowledge to the Star Wars cannon regarding how the story plays out in how the Jedi were trapped within their roles of representing the republic.
The narrator excelled in his ability to bring the Star Wars Universe to life. Well done.
I haven't listened to Marc Thompson before, but I sure hope to see hear him in the future.
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