Tragedy of the Sith’s Revenge



Lend us your ears and comlinks, good folk, as we share a tale of tragedy, hubris, and doomed romance. Within this Shakespearean retelling of Star Wars: Episode 3, galactic treachery abounds. A once-heroic knight is transformed into the darkest of villains. The Jedi suffer slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. The Republic falls, an Empire rises, and so begins the long wait for a New Hope.

There isn’t much to say about this book that I didn’t already say about its predecessor, however, I will recap for the benefit of those who did not read my previous review.

These books basically mesh pop culture with the world of Shakespeare to bring us the story of Star Wars in a Shakespearian prose. These books take the world of special effects and remakes and put them in a different light.  Now Star Wars is truly a story of knights and swashbucklers, princes and princesses, trust and betrayal.  If The Clone Army Attacketh sounded like a book you may want to get your hands on, why not continue the story with Tragedy of the Sith’s Revenge.

Tragedy of the Sith’s Revenge was compliments of Quirk Books.

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