Ark Labyrinth of Evil

Discussion in 'MidSouth Regional Discussion' started by Wet_Fett, Jul 7, 2005.

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  1. Wet_Fett Force Ghost

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    This is a great book. It leads right into ep3 and explains alot about the movie. Who has read it? If you haven't you should.
  2. sithsarbad Force Ghost

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  3. Kynstar Jedi Grand Master

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    Read it several times :D It is great as it delves into Grievous and also confirms my belief that I had on how/why a certain ex Jedi Master left the Order! [face_dancing]

    It is a great book as well as Dark Rendezvous! DR was awesome cuz the author writes Yoda as we see him in ESB. Comical but yet serious. And yeah it deals with his old Padawan too. [face_love] (As if it didn't, eh? [face_laugh])
  4. StarkRhavyn Jedi Master

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    I love Labyrinth of Evil simply for it's inclusion of references to most of the other Clone Wars books previously written. I love it when one author recognizes the work of others.
    Unfortunately, the Clone Wars cartoon didn't coordinate well with Luceno and described the same events that took place at the end of this book differently in the cartoon.
  5. Die_Jedi_Dogs Force Ghost

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    Jun 17, 2002
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    I think they're coming out with a omnibook or whatever that includes

    Labyrinth of Evil
    Revenge of the Sith
    Rise of Darth Vader



    All into one volume, I can't wait!
  6. otisdodge Jedi Master

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    I liked that there were two different versions. It would have been more boring if they were the same.
  7. Wet_Fett Force Ghost

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    Yeah, i like the Labyrinth of Evil's version better
  8. StarkRhavyn Jedi Master

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    I would have loved to have cartoon or other film or game versions of the stuff that's in some the books.
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