Another excellent book, although I didn't like it as much as Jedi Path, but that's mainly because of the different subject matter and format (a guidebook passed down from teacher to student compared to this one which was made up of many different in universe works from various authors with only Luke and Sidious having access to the whole thing). Malgus and Plagueis' sections were really interesting, and while expensive, its always cool seeing all the little things included as well as the different page formats. Not to mention the occasional funny moment like when Palpatine was complaining about his Grand Inquisitors making his Empire look bad with the way they kept dying (especially because of relatively "mundane" deaths like a speeder crash or drowning). Haven't kept up with every page, but someone already made a Lord of the Rings joke with the Muur Talisman reference, right? (One Talisman to rule them all and bind them in the darkness... hopefully Syn was killed before she got that far). Great work, now I just have to worry about not losing any of the nice little trinkets that came with this book. Kind of funny reading this book after reading Darth Plagueis, here Palpatine is in full-on mwa-ha-ha mode the whole time, viewing everyone as a tool (including all of his apprentices), and Luke shaking his head at all the evil.