A fantastic story told at a brilliant pace by Luceno. A hunt for clues will lead right up to the start of Episode III and does a lot better job than the animated series in 05 did to set up events. (Which was also a tie in to Episode III, strange by LucusFilm but that is a totally different story) I have owned the paperback for over a decade but when I saw the hardcover for 18$ BRAND NEW on Amazon I just had to replace it as I am trying to track down every EU Star Wars hardcover I can get my hands on.
I own the audiobook of this as well and Jonathon Davis does a great job at bringing it to life like he does with all his Star Wars audiobooks so I recommend the audio version as well. Even though it is abridged, sadly, it is still a great listen.
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||23 January 2007|
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158 in Movie, TV & Video Game Tie-In Fiction
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amazing bookReviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 November 2012
love how it sets up the seeds in anakin that will grow towards events of episode 3 and love grevius back story in this book. Great how they captured the humour bettween obi won and anikin so well in this story. There is only one issue |I have is the abduction of Palpertine the animated clone wars series has the events happen in such a different way only one can be considered correct and as during episode 3 grevious has breathing problems due to attack by Windu the clone wars series is the more correct one. Would have been good if he wrote it in a way that supported the show and happened at the same time. But besides that little flaw amazing book and so was Rise the sequel so get that to
Great readReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 June 2019
Another brilliant novel from James Luceno, Labyrinth of Evil does a great job of setting the scene for Episode III or for the novelisation of the movie. It sheds light on new worlds, all of which are as unique as the other and made for very interesting reading in my eyes, and has an engaging plot. The hunt for Darth Sidious reaches a terrific crescendo in this book which was my highlight of the story.
Great book.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 January 2021
This was for my son .. and he loved it .
Yes goodReviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 February 2021