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“When you fall, be there to catch you, I will”
The war rages on and Dooku extends an offer of peace to Yoda and Yoda alone. It may be a trap, but Yoda doesn’t want to ignore a way out of the war. Plus, he would like nothing more than to bring his vagrant apprentice back from the Dark Side.
This book is pure enjoyment, the best of the Clone Wars novels written in this era. There are so many areas to love–the characters, the plot, the emotion, the story, even the writing.
Stewart does a fant
A rare chance for Yoda to take centre-stage, with plentiful meditations on the meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything…Dooku is explored here, as well, as more of a complete character with his own motivations and flaws, and Assaj Ventress is unleashed upon some fairly bland Jedi noobs to wreak massive havoc.
Obi-Wan and Anakin crop up briefly, one suspects on editorial insistence so that the book would feel more connected to the Prequels Trilogy story arc in general, but they are really m
Really a 3.5 here, but it was Star Wars and it was fun so I bumped it up.
I liked it well enough, and thought it gave a good look into Dooku’s psyche.
The number of point of views made the book feel a little cluttered. There were even a few entirely unnecessary POVs (I’m looking at you, Anakin and Padme). Oddly enough, Yoda dialogue didn’t sound weird enough to my ear, so to speak. But that one might just be my personal taste.
The droids are great, and I thought the new Jedi characters provided