Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor
-soon after the Empire has fallen. A shadowy figure returns to reunite the empire. But it turns out he has some power to transfer his consciousness and he wants to trap Luke and take him over.
Overall, this was on the level of The Crystal Star. It was just not on the same level as Stover’s other StarWars books and that was very disappointing. It was more like reading some melodramatic play or something.
Star Wars: Clone Wars
A story revolving around Mace Windu. Not as much philosophy in this one as in some of his others. Mediocre story overall tho. The whole Clone Wars saga has pretty much sucked and this was one of the better written ones, sigh.
Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars Episode III
This book was incredible. Mr Stover should be writing theological\philosophical books instead of pulp fiction. This shows the underlying emotions that are swirling thru everyone. I was saddened yet the hope at the end was just incredible. Incredible is a good word for this book.