The latest story never told in The Clone Wars television saga- A tale of trust, betrayal, love and evil starring the hugely popular ex-Sith-Jedi female bounty hunter. Asajj Ventress.
Christie Golden is the New York Times bestselling author of
more than thirty novels, including the Star Wars- Dark
Disciple and the Star Wars- Fate of the Jedi novels
Omen, Allies, and Ascension.
Her media tie-in works include launching the Ravenloft line in 1991 with Vampire of the Mists, Fable- Edge of the World, more than a dozen Star Trek novels, and multiple World of Warcraft and StarCraft novels, including World of Warcraft- Thrall- Twilight Aspects and StarCraft II- Devil's Due.
A very creditable adaptation from the well-selected for the task
Miss Golden, further developing Ventress and her complex
relationship with Vos, whose dark romance is a strong showcase for
the author's talents but those of the series original writers
(Katle Lucas, Matt Michnovetz and Dave Filoni ). With the success
and overall acclaim for this novel endeavour, let's hope that we
get more adaptations of unseen episodes of THE CLONE WARS Seasons
Sevens and Eight for the future. We deserve them. 4 out of 5. *
Star Wars Aficionado *
This is a really good book, a definite page turner. A must read for any Star Wars fan - plenty of fun cameos and expansion of the universe. For those who have only seen the films this is an interesting look at how far can the good guys go to defeat the bad guys.I think this would be a good reading group book because of the many themes this novel touches upon. * Nudge-Book.com *