The once powerful Bounty Hunter's Guild has been shattered into warring factions. Now the posting of an enormous bounty on a renegade Imperial stormtrooper is about to start a frenzy of murderous greed.
Hoping to fuel rumors of his death, Boba Fett abandons his ship, Slave I, and sets out to claim the prize. Yet his every move leads him closer to a trap set by the cunning Prince Xizor. Fett will die before becoming Xizor's pawn in the Emperor's war against the Rebels. And he may have to. For in order to gain his freedom, he must outwit a sentient weapon that feeds on human spirits. Then he must escape a galaxy of deadly enemies who want to make the rumors of his death a reality.
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"What a great audio performer is Anthony Heald! He wends his way through a narrative replete with tongue-twisting alien names and never once slips up. He gives full-flavored performance of humans and aliens, spider-like and otherwise, and is instantly believable. And behind him run the thundering Star Wars music and the intricately detailed Star Wars sound effects - the latter so finely tuned that even apparently distant and faint sounds are intensely real." (AudioFile)
Have always loved books and I find that as I have gotten older I find this way more enjoyable then listening to the radio.
yes the way that the book is written is a little long winded, however the audio version allows u to get into the story and enjoy it.
learning more about nella and the fact that bobba fett had other partner ships before
the taking of the hounds tooth
I enjoyed how the vader was kept in line
Too short when abridged?
Boba Fett gets away with everything, and makes everyone else he deals with mad...and funny, too.
Excellent performance, well paced, voice variation good.
KW Jeter can put humor into these stories, and make you laugh in the middle of all the terrifying adventures... good writer and storyteller.
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