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really liked it
While this book is most certainly not an easy read (typical James Luceno), it is none-the-less fun and informative. Many of the Clone Wars novels (most notably The Cestus Deception and Jedi Trial) have been lacking or not very cohesive. Attack of the Clones movie only shows the beginning of the Clone Wars. And Revenge of the Sith ends the Clone Wars, leaving us, the audience, yearning for answers as to how we get from AotC to RotS.
This is where Labyrinth of Evil comes in.
Anakin and Obi-Wan
As per usual, after I saw Star Wars Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith for the first time, I wanted more. This novel is the prequel to the movie, occurring between episodes II and III. It fills in nicely a lot of plot-data, but it doesn’t do much else. Luceno seemed afraid to explore the Obi-Wan/Anakin dynamics of this time period, something which, thankfully, did not hamper Matthew Stover when he wrote the novelization of Episode III. Obi-Wan and Anakin are the reason I love Star Wars, and I
It’s Star Wars, so you don’t get a long review. The audiobooks by Random House come complete with sound effects and music. They’re really well done. If you like audiobooks anyway, the Star Wars ones from Random House are worth your time.
The only thing you really need to know about this is that it takes place between the 2nd and 3rd movies (in canon order, not release order). It doesn’t do much for background and assumes you’ve seen the first couple of movies so you know the na