Discussion in 'EU Community' started by Sinrebirth, Oct 5, 2012.
That makes me want to hurry up and get the book so I can read it.
Oooo, I'd love to hear your thoughts Joy and 89. I didn't finish it because it creeped me out. I really didn't like Ventress. I would like to hear about Dooku and Yoda, though.
I just read a discription on the SW Wiki, and that makes me even more determined to read this story.
@Sinrebirth Please, check your inbox. I sent you a PM.
This novel needs to be read by anyone with a Star Wars interest. It's PT Yoda portrayed OT Yoda-style. It's amazing!
I have a feeling I had better gather plenty of courage when I begin reading it. I don't want to get creeped out, and stop.
for Thoughtful One.
Count me as a fan! There's so much to love about this book. I'm planning on lending it to a friend, but reading this thread has me wanting to read it again before I do.
Cushing's Admirer: you're looking for a humanized portrayal of Dooku, right,? This book delivers.
@Bail B. Baobab: I was indeed till this book. I know it does and I'm very grateful for it. Dooku isn't the one that I have issue with at all. I like him even more after this.
Oh, I had the impression you hadn't read the Dooku parts. Carry on, then.
I didn't read them all but it's Ventress that creeped me out. I actually was very grateful *someone* finally dared present Dooku as a man.
I glanced at the scene between Yoda and Dooku today and I actually teared up.
I believe it. It's very brave to have fleshed out the Master/Padawan bond and it reads almost like father/son at points. It's very bittersweet from what I remember.
Reread this masterpiece the other day; it's without question the finest literary piece in the totality of the EU.
I adored the book. 'Shatterpoint' is the only other SW novel I've read that has captured the character so well.
Now, if only it wasn't stored away, I could take it out and re-read it at once. Argh!