Discussion in 'Literature' started by CooperTFN, Sep 18, 2012.
The title refers to the readers -- they thought they'd be getting a good book.
Malgus believes in eternal war and kills people, a smuggler (who has a sick little girl, so we haaaaave to sympathize with him [I don't, dude murdered someone]) helps a jedi to try to get revenge for what happened in the first cinematic trailer of Star Wars The Old Republic, not bad, not great and fleshes out so character...... to bad we never see any of them again (even Malgus is really different).
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Someone really wants to win, eh?
A book where no one wants to get along.
I'm not Commander Shepard and this isn't my favourite post on the Citadel.
It's called SPUER liminal.
Also worth a shot, this book hasn't exactly brought people here in droves. Just give us LotF and FOTJ books
I'm reasonably sure it's not.
I can't wait for the LotF and FotJ entries....
How would you know? Are you a word smith person
So no one else misses the joke
Like Cher and Tina Turner, Darth Malgus realizes that his partner is holding him back.
I officially endorse Mani's. Just sayin'.
Everybody in the book, in one way or another, is... deceived.
It was pretty tight for a minute there, but
@Todd squeaks it out.
The one that no one can summarize because no one read it.
@MistrX, you're our only hope.
What you would get if someone feed the Original Star Wars, The Clone Wars (the First Game), Darksaber, a few KJ Anderson novels and the first act of the Jedi knight Storyline into a machine and asked for something less interesting.
The book that no one read, but everyone has seen before.
Not sure if trying to Jedi mind trick me
. . . Yvan Eht Nioj
Great cover, not so great contents.
One of the more cunning, interesting Sith Lords from the game gets killed off by a new villain no one cares about in the first few chapters, who ends up dying by the end anyway in a domino effect of wasted potential.
Darth Marr shows himself as a true tactical genius by having a superweapon deployed to quell unrest, completely destroying whatever it was he was trying to hold onto, and this cementing himself as a badass.
Lazily browsing through my e-books one evening I thought "Hey, I could finally give this one a try", only to discover that I'd already read and then immediately forgotten it.
I'd do a summary but
@Havac would accuse me of plagiarising as mine would be exactly the same as his.
The cover was great, until they added the title and author to the spine....everything went downhill from there.