A lot of hus mission seemed to be very similar as a sith, found that his character development shifted and filled out with adaptation of the light side.
The reverse of vader, going from the sith to jedi with good mental and emotional conflicts that amplified as the story progressed.
You will not see vader bested that much in eithrt canon or legends but to see him mentally pulled apart, wow.
I found myself bearing the end and wanting more. Another great read from the Star Waes EU catalogue.
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 24 minutes|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||02 September 2008|
|Publisher||Random House Audio|
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Mr. R. S. Hutton Mckee
A ok story but no longer CanonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 December 2018
Video games seldom make good stories and this is better than most but as it is no longer Canon it has been superseded by the likes of Rogue One but still a decent read.
review for star wars the force unleashed book by sean williamsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 October 2011
this was the first star wars book i have read and I was shocked at how good it actualy was. The main plot is quite original but some aspects of the book didnt really have the star wars vibe. however I did like how the story helps you to understand and relate to the darkside. the story is set between revenge of the sith and a new hope and it is about a young boy who was taken in by darth vader at a young age and was brought up to be be vaders apprenice. further on in the story he meets a pilot called juno and part of him has feelings for her. as an effect of this he begins to show signs of both beeing a jedi and part of the dark side. this is interesting to see and i think the auther (sean williams) realy gives us an insight to each charactors past and how they are feeling. as a result of this you feel connected to the charactors and it makes the story even better. the flow of the story is and as soon as i read began reading i was hooked by the authers way of keeping the suspence and the non stop action throughout the story. my final point is that it is based on a video game which you should probably read first because it will help you to understand the book better.
W. B. Smith
Excellent listeningReviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 February 2010
I totally enjoyed listening to this audio CD, it takes you off on a tangent to the original story and introduces new characters along with a few well known ones. I thought the voice of Jonathan Davis was very good and the sound effects made the whole listening a very gripping experience. The battle between the dark and darker side of the force was a great journey and I'd recommend it to anyone who loves the Star Wars story.
The Force Unleashed: Star Wars LegendsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 May 2019
This was/is the best Star Wars video game/novelisation.(IMO)