The Fury of Darth Maul

The Fury of Darth Maul Suitable for ages 8 and those who have seen the films.
This review is for the novel, not the game book. Darth Maul is sent to get the fighters back. This involves lots of action and not much else. Shame really I had expected more. This installment of the Adventures series is truly deserving of the 3 stars where as most others seem to be about 2.5. Once again more backstory lore of one of the more mysterious SW characters in Darth Maul. Sadly again however, the story comes across as his is a hero or sorts, perhaps AntiHero is more accurate which I don't like. This is not something that I would like to see based on someone with such a menacing appearance and who is involved with one of the most menacing characters as his master in Darth Sidious. This will be of much interest to those fans of the Darth Maul storyline but there is nothing too mandatory to read here. This is a kids book that takes place shortly before The Phantom Menace. Darth Maul is sent to retrieve stolen droid starfighters that were created for the Trade Federation. He battles some pretty nasty assassins called Bartokks. There is a little bit of ObiWan and QuiGon in this book, but not much unfortunately. Mostly it is about Maul. There is a role play book that goes along with it that is kind of fun. When reading, remember that this book is aimed for children, so don't expect a lot of content, but it does introduce interesting characters and gives some interesting insites to pre Phantom Menace happenings. This book is part of the Episode I Adventures series, which pairs MG novels with RPG gamebooks. This one follows Darth Maul after he is tasked by Sidious with either recovering or destroying some special starfighters that he had had commissioned. It's a very short, quick read that's full of action. Following Maul is kind of interesting because dude is not mentally stable and he's got some very zealous ideas about the supremacy of the Sith. Ultimately, though, I don't actually care about Maul and actionheavy books aren't my favorite thing so it was okay, but not great. Someone Has Stolen Something That Belongs To Darth Sidious

Now He Wants It Back

And When A Sith Lord Wants Something, There's Only One Person He Can Trust To Get It—

Another Sith Lord

Ryder Windham is an American sci-fi author who has written over sixty Star Wars books, including novels, comics, reference books, and so on. He has also written junior novelizations for Indiana Jones movies. Since 1993, he has been working on Star Wars projects either by himself or with other authors. His reference book Star Wars: The Ultimate Visual Guide had been on the New York Times Best Selle

[KINDLE] ✽ The Fury of Darth Maul Author Ryder Windham –
  • Unknown Binding
  • 93 pages
  • The Fury of Darth Maul
  • Ryder Windham
  • English
  • 15 August 2019
  • 9780439101400

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