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  • Author:
    Matthew Woodring Stover
  • ISBN:
    0345485564
  • ISBN13:
    978-0345485564
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    Del Rey; Slp edition (April 2, 2005)
  • Pages:
    432 pages
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    Science Fiction
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Matthew Woodring Stover (Author). Book 3 of 3 in the Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy Series. The novelization of Revenge of the Sith is without a doubt the most well-written Star Wars book I have ever read (and I’ve read nearly a hundred). I’m not even a huge fan of the prequel films. But from the first page to the last, I savored Stover’s version of an extremely dramatic and tragic series of events in the Star Wars universe.

Revenge of the Sith is the darkest moment of Star Wars movies, since it’s when Anakin Skywalker finally meets his fate . Stover has a masterful hand at writing, at writing a tortured character like Anakin, and writing a book as deep, as heavy, as ominous as Revenge of the Sith.

Revenge of the Sith is the darkest moment of Star Wars movies, since it’s when Anakin Skywalker finally meets his fate in the balance of the Force. It’s kinda funny that good ol’ Georgie thought that using the word younglings would make a milder impact on people instead of saying plainly kids or children, when Anakin does the unspeakble act againts the youngest students in the Jedi Temple.

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith is a novelization of the film of the same name, written by Matthew Stover and published on April 2, 2005 by Del Rey Books. The plot of the book corresponds with that of the film, beginning and ending at the same points. There are several elements added not seen in the film (Lorth Needa as commander of the Integrity at the Battle of Coruscant, for example), while several sections of the plot are removed for pacing.

The Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith novelization was written by Matthew Stover and published on April 2, 2005 by Del Rey. It is based on the script of the movie of the same name. Narration for the audio version was performed by Jonathan Davis.

Matthew Woodring Stover. Published by Del Rey, 2005. ISBN 10: 0345485564, ISBN 13: 9780345485564. Based on the screenplay of the eagerly anticipated final film in George Lucas’s epic saga, bestselling Star Wars author Matthew Stover’s novel crackles with action, captures the iconic characters in all their complexity, and brings a space opera masterpiece full circle in stunning style. He is an expert in several martial arts.

03: Revenge of the Sith George Lucas,Matthew Stover. I absolutely recommend reading this book because it ties us so many loose ends and brings things together really well.

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Revenge of the sith by: Matthew Woodring Stover. This books is the explosive conclusion to the Star Wars movie saga

Revenge of the sith by: Matthew Woodring Stover. This books is the explosive conclusion to the Star Wars movie saga. This book wraps up the rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker, the ushering in of the Galactic Empire, The Final times of the Old Republic Senate, the birth of the skywalker twins, the death of Anakin Skywalker, the birth of Lord Vader, the end of the Clone Wars, and. The Jedi Purge. This book goes greatly in depth in the movie Revenge of the Sith, and includes extra scenes and moments.

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Based on the screenplay of the final film in George Lucas’s epic saga, bestselling Star Wars author Matthew Stover’s novel crackles with action, captures the iconic characters in all their complexity, and brings a space opera masterpiece full circle in stunning style.

The turning point for the entire Star Wars saga is at handAfter years of civil war, the Separatists have battered the already faltering Republic nearly to the point of collapse. On Coruscant, the Senate watches anxiously as Supreme Chancellor Palpatine aggressively strips away more and more constitutional liberties in the name of safeguarding the Republic. Yoda, Mace Windu, and their fellow Masters grapple with the Chancellorâ?s disturbing move to assume control of the Jedi Council. And Anakin Skywalker, the prophesied Chosen One, destined to bring balance to the Force, is increasingly consumed by his fear that his secret love, Senator Padmé Amidala, will die. As the combat escalates across the galaxy, the stage is set for an explosive endgame: Obi-Wan undertakes a perilous mission to destroy the dreaded Separatist military leader General Grievous. Palpatine, eager to secure even greater control, subtly influences public opinion to turn against the Jedi. And a conflicted Anakinâ?tormented by unspeakable visionsâ?edges dangerously closer to the brink of a galaxy-shaping decision. It remains only for Darth Sidious, whose shadow looms ever larger, to strike the final staggering blow against the Republic . . . and to ordain a fearsome new Sith Lord: Darth Vader. Based on the screenplay of the eagerly anticipated final film in George Lucasâ?s epic saga, bestselling Star Wars author Matthew Stoverâ?s novel crackles with action, captures the iconic characters in all their complexity, and brings a space opera masterpiece full circle in stunning style.

Conjukus
The novelization of Revenge of the Sith is without a doubt the most well-written Star Wars book I have ever read (and I’ve read nearly a hundred). I’m not even a huge fan of the prequel films. But from the first page to the last, I savored Stover’s version of an extremely dramatic and tragic series of events in the Star Wars universe. He had me writing down memorable quotes, fighting back tears, and completely tuning out the real world until I had finished reading–and I already knew the ending!

Readers like myself attempt to describe the beauty of this novel, but we cannot do it justice. But to put it simply, Stover hasn’t just written a good Star Wars book; he’s crafted an experience. He draws in the readers, helping us identify and sympathize with Anakin. The novel allows you to view scenes from the film from different viewpoints, from the perspective of different characters, and through the lens of expert prose.

Books like this remind me why I enjoy Star Wars, reading, great storytelling, and even the English language. This novel speaks to the ideas of despair, hope, loyalty, manipulation, courage, and, of course, darkness and light. With Revenge of the Sith, Stover sets the standard for not only a great film novelization, but for an engaging Star Wars book. I fully plan on returning to this book regularly.
ndup
I don't want to be that person that says "the book is better than the movie" every time, but well. This one? Does prove the point.

When one thinks about adapting screenplays into books, it doesn't sound like too heavy a literally work. Certainly not the place to find complex storytelling devices or deep soul-searching inner monologues. One thinks the author will be bound and gagged by the movie.

... Someone forgot to tell Stover all of that.

The Revenge of the Sith is everything the movie should have been - and more; that only literature could give you. Even the stunted dialogue seems to be dissolved by everything going on around it. Characters are far better explored, far deeper, and whole new storylines are developed from things that were taken out of the movie - and the book's better for it; hell, the MOVIE is better after reading the book.

Not to mention some very remarkable quotes.

Emotional, complex and beautifully written; the RotS novelization is far beyond an adventure and far beyond a sci-fi novel; it is a book about people (human or not). And in bringing this feeling to life, Stover also brings the feeling that made Star Wars so well loved by both people who are sci-fi fans and those who aren't, back.
Topmen
This book was recommended to me by a close friend who's also a writer. This book is literally what the movie SHOULD have been. Just wow. Every single page. Every sentence, every word...it's just sensational. It's definitely one of my favorite Star Wars books. If you've seen the movie, this will forever change your perception and feeling of that movie. This basically takes the movie and all those characters and expands on them in a way that is hard to explain in words. You have to dive into this and you'll see what I'm talking about.

And this is coming from someone that strongly disliked the 2nd trilogy of movies. The movie suffered from a lot of issues. This book, single handedly fixes all of them.

Go buy this book. Read it and may the force be with you.
Detenta
If I hadn't known which came first, I'd think the movie was just a crappy adaptation of this wonderful book! The writing style is spectacular, the characterization is insightful and spot on, the plot shows excellent pacing and detail, and this book does an amazing job of taking Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Padme into the dimension of being realistic, multifaceted, sympathetic characters instead of the cartoonish caricatures we got in the movies. The book doesn't *change* the characters or anything like that - quite the opposite. It fleshes them out with incredible skill and builds on their thoughts, feelings, and motivations in a way that makes them all seem very, very human and relatable (in the case of Padme, Obi-Wab, and Anakin) or infuriatingly horrifying (in the case of Dooku and Palpatine), and the entire range in between for some of the other characters like the Council members and senators. I would strongly suggest anyone who saw Episode III - or the prequels in general, for that matter - as a "dropped ball" due to lousy pacing, shallow characterization, andor lame dialogue read this book. It'll change everything.
Cel
The official novelization of Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith is based on both the story and screenplay by George Lucas. Because of this fact, the book communicates the same story as the movie but with much extended scenes as well as some altered details such as dialog. The tale of Anakin Skywalker's fall to the dark side is nicely fleshed out in this novel and I have to say that once things get rolling the book is hard to put down.

If you plan on reading James Luceno's Labyrinth Of Evil, I suggest that you do so before reading this novel. Luceno's prequel is excellent, but once you have read Revenge Of The Sith there is really no need to go back in time and read Labyrinth Of Evil. Matthew Stover does a fine job of delivering this story in a fully understandable format, even if you haven't read any Star Wars novels from the expanded universe.

Over all, this novel is a good thick one with all the great stuff that you expect from Star Wars. Several references to events that occurred in previous expanded universe novels are scattered throughout this book but there aren't so many that you would get lost if you haven't read those novels. So, if you are a fan of all things Star Wars or if you haven't yet explored beyond the movies, I believe that you will enjoy this dramatic story.