Star Wars Labyrinth of Evil

Star Wars Labyrinth of Evil

by James Luceno
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Star Wars Labyrinth of Evil 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 58 reviews.
I_Read_Star_Wars_Books More than 1 year ago
If you are to completly understand Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, you must first read this book. There aren't any boring parts that I can remember, just constant action. Obi-Wan and Anakin chasing Dooku, Mace Windu and a few others hunting down Darth Sidious. We get to see Mace take on Grievous, and also how Grievous captures Palpatine. Great Read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Force is strong with this one. An excellent book, it was. Insightful and exciting, and concluding directly prior to the beginning of Revenge of the Sith, Labrynth of Evil was. Skillfully written, its was. Enjoyed it, I did.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Is this greek star wars
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Charizard More than 1 year ago
Necessary Connective Tissue A battle rages in space. Battle-weary soldiers yearn to put an end to the turmoil. Villains wait aboard a battleship. Canons fire. Blades clash. Death, darkness, and action work together to dazzle the minds of the viewer. The opening moments of Revenge of the Sith are regarded by many, myself included, as the most entertaining of the prequel films. We find ourselves at the end of an action-packed story known as the Clone Wars, and yet we never saw the Clone Wars take place beyond its opening battle on the planet Geonosis. Since the writing of this book, many of those gaps have been filled. Two animated series showed the ups and downs of the conflict and familiarized audiences with Count Dooku and General Grevious. But something still felt off. That’s how I felt until I read Labyrinth of Evil. Now I’ll never watch Attack of the Clones or Revenge of the Sith with my brow furrowed, wondering why I should care about this war, Dooku, or Grevious at all. Now the Battle of Coruscant functions in my mind as the final act of the immense production of this galactic warfare, rather than simply the fast-paced opening act of a two-hour film. I’ve never been as infatuated with the prequels like I have been the original trilogy, but this book enhances my appreciation tremendously (in much the same way as Darth Plagueis did for the Phantom Menace). When I picked up the novel, I didn’t anticipate loving it as much as I do now. In addition to offering a compelling story that adds crucial connective drama to the Clone Wars, Labyrinth of Evil is expertly written. It’s my ninety-fifth Star Wars book for me to read, and I’d rank it among the very best. Luceno is in top form with this one. Wondering whether or not to pick this one up? Read it if you are dissatisfied with the plot of the prequels, if you love the prequels, if you like the Clone Wars animated series, if you like reading about the dark machinations of the Sith, if you like political thrillers, or even if you’ve never read a Star Wars book before – it’s a great place to start if you’ve only ever seen the films. You might just find yourself unable to put it down as you immediately open up a copy of Matthew Stover’s novelization of Revenge of the Sith.
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Revan97 More than 1 year ago
Star Wars Labyrinth Of Evil is one of the best Star Wars novels I've read. The story is engaging and feels just like Star Wars Episode III. Although you can read and fully comprehend Star Wars III: Revenge Of The Sith without reading this book, this story is still well worth the reading and lays essential groundwork for episode III. I recommend this Star Wars Tale to any fan.
ryan1234500 More than 1 year ago
This is a great novel. Of the three prequel films each had a novel set just before it. This one is the best of the three. The main story of chasing Grevious around the galaxy wasn't too interesting to me, but the parts where Dooku tells the story of Syfo Dias was very good. That was a horrible hanging thread from the films. It was good to see it finally resolved in this book. The best part of the story was Mace Windu and Yoda dealing with the ever widening powers of the Chancellor, and and at the same time coming closer and closer to discovering the true identity of Darth Sidious. To bad stuff like that didn't make it into the films. Overall a good read with some great aspects to it. Read this with the Episode III novelization and you'll get the entire story of Revenge of the Sith in a way better version than the one we got on film.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Who likes bad guys
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love star wars but my favorite characters are padme and anakin i know anakins in this book alot so i was wondering if it also had padme? Anyway i give this sample two thumbs up! I love star wars.
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Johnny3 More than 1 year ago
I thought the book was a good tie in from Attack of the Clones, to Revenge of the Sith
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this book simply is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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