They are about the same. It is nice to hear Marc Thomason reading it though.
Heir to the Empire. I think that one is obvious.
Star Wars Dark Forces Rising. Enough said.
great book with great narration.
It has to at least rank in the top ten
Dragons of Winter Night. They both are gripping with sad endings. Then again I am an Empire Strikes Back man....
The odd fate of Kith's wife
If you are new to the series or old fans like me returning after nearly two decades this is a must have for any one who loves a good Fantasy.
Yes wonderful story and well narrated.
Everything, n'ff said.
Fellowship of the ring is already a movie
Surprisingly wonderingly narrated.
The book is freaking awesome and James Marsters nails Dresden.
The attack of the little folk.
He nails all the characters. He is Harry Dresden.
An enjoyable break from the vampire war (though that is great too, this is just something a bit different)
The whole thing.
The Waste Lands. Same epic story telling with equally compelling characters.
Randal Flagg. To try to get some background to his character. The guy is everywhere.
If you've read the book this is a worthy companion. It's nice to lay in bed and visit old friends again.
Characters are smart and well acted
It is scary possible and makes you really look around you.
The set up in the begining
In the near future the end begins
Great book but you have have a good head on your shoulders to like it. Right Wing and Left it makes you look at both sides of politics and how they work. If you are dogmatic in your politics don't even bother picking this up, you'll hate it. If you have an open mind READ IT!
Print. But I read way faster than most people.
The climax, though it took too long to get there.
Enlightenment to parts of the Halo mythology.
It starts waaay slow but the end sure pays off.
The characters all had motivation and feelings. It was like sharing a bit of life with a Jedi out for revenge, a smuggler in debt to care for his daughter, and a cruel but softhearted Sith and his wife.
Darth Malgus sacrifice.
The best Star Wars film since Empire!
This book has it all. It's a piece of believable life in the Star Wars Universe.
The Exile. Her story was more compelling the rest.
The search for Madolore's helmet
Don't hope for a happy ending.
The expansion on the story of Starkiller's fate. Also more background to Juno and the others than the game had.
When Starkiller broke into the Rogue Shadow's cockpit and Juno was not there.
When he finally held Juno in his arms again.
Worth every cent.
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