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Revan There s something out there a juggernaut of evil bearing down to crush the Republic unless one lone Jedi shunned and reviled can stop it Revan hero traitor conqueror villain savior A Jedi who

  • Title: Revan
  • Author: Drew Karpyshyn
  • ISBN: 9780345511348
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There s something out there a juggernaut of evil bearing down to crush the Republic , unless one lone Jedi, shunned and reviled, can stop it Revan hero, traitor, conqueror, villain, savior A Jedi who left Coruscant to defeat Mandalorians and returned a disciple of the dark side, bent on destroying the Republic The Jedi Council gave Revan his life back, but the pricThere s something out there a juggernaut of evil bearing down to crush the Republic ,unless one lone Jedi, shunned and reviled, can stop it.Revan hero, traitor, conqueror, villain, savior A Jedi who left Coruscant to defeat Mandalorians and returned a disciple of the dark side, bent on destroying the Republic The Jedi Council gave Revan his life back, but the price of redemption was high His memories have been erased All that s left are nightmares and deep, abiding fear.What exactly happened beyond the Outer Rim Revan can t quite remember, yet can t entirely forget Somehow he stumbled across a terrible secret that threatens the very existence of the Republic With no idea what it is, or how to stop it, Revan may very well fail, for he s never faced a powerful and diabolic enemy But only death can stop him from trying.

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    1. Lyn on said:

      A longer time agobut in the same galaxy far, far awayRevan, Drew Karpyshyn’s 2011 addition to the Star Wars Legends series, takes place some three thousand years before the Battle of Yavin (BBY) and so provides a considerable backstory to the adventures most of us are used to from the canonical film series. Still accepted by Lucasfilms for continuity, Revan is a part of the larger Star Wars universe.The character Revan, complex and intricately drawn with similarities with Annakin Skywalker / D [...]

    2. Traci on said:

      Bastards!I'm a big Star Wars fan. I come from a family of big Star Wars fans. I also love role playing games. Knights of the Old Republic is a Star Wars role playing game. And my favorite video game. Period. Combining the best of the rpg world with a story driven plot and the freedom to play as a female or male Jedi or Sith. With a story that rivals most Star Wars movies. If you like Star Wars you've got to play this game. Anyway, I became very attached to my Revan. One of my favorite characters [...]

    3. Iset on said:

      I don’t know about this one. I really don’t know. This is far and away the Star Wars novel that I have most anticipated over the years, and yet I wouldn’t say I hated it, but I think the word here is underwhelmed.I’m a long time Star Wars fan, but when iconic computer game Knights of the Old Republic came out, I was enamoured. You play as the main character, Revan, in a game that was not only fun, masterful and intuitive but which was driven by an absolutely epic plot as compelling and s [...]

    4. Bianca on said:

      I just love it when people decide to take a steaming dump on things I've spent years on. Truly, I do./sarcasmI'm not going to waste your time stating how much I loathed this book, or how ironic I thought it was that Drew K. decided to state in the acknowledgements that he appreciated the opportunity and is quite thankful to write Revan off.Nice.Just If you loved KotOR 1 and 2, I beg you to not read this. Especially for you 2 fans out there. You know that entire story that you built up, the plot [...]

    5. Bookwraiths on said:

      Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Knights of the Old Republic (herein after referred to as KOTOR) was one of my all-time favorite video games back in the day, the Old Republic era of Star Wars a great landscape for the epic struggle of Revan, Bastilla, and their companions against the forces of the Sith. I can’t count the hours I sat in front of my television grinding away at the missions, unraveling the quests to finish KOTOR. It was great fun, wonderful memories. But that is exactly why I n [...]

    6. Callum Shephard on said:

      Why? Just why?We didn’t need this novel, we could have quite happily left the games alone, but then someone has to write this horrible mistake. Couldn’t they have at least given it to an author who doesn’t apparently hate Knights of the Old Republic fans?The overall plot of Revan is covering the mysterious years after Knights of the Old Republic, why he went missing and where the Exile is. This didn’t need to be expanded upon. Part of what made his leaving so interesting was due to the b [...]

    7. Mogsy (MMOGC) on said:

      I wanted to like this book, I really did. A month ago when I was so eagerly anticipating the release of Star Wars: The Old Republic: Revan, I didn’t expect I would be starting a review for it this way, and I really don’t like having to be negative, but what can you do.Granted, it is possible that my high expectations may have clouded my judgment. For one thing, I’m a big fan of Drew Karpyshyn — he wrote the Star Wars Darth Bane trilogy and also the Mass Effect novels that I found I reall [...]

    8. Crystal Starr Light on said:

      "I feel so helpless. So useless."Revan has had many titles and jobs - savior of the Republic, Jedi, Sith, mercenary, etc. But now Revan is content to be "husband" to Bastila Shan - until strange dreams of his hidden past haunt him. He teams up with Canderous Ordo to track down his past and hopefully destroy the evil before it destroys those he loves.I'm going to just come out and say it: I, a huge fan of Star Wars, have never played either of the "Knights of the Old Republic" games. I know, I kn [...]

    9. Iroh The Wise on said:

      Star Wars Revan: A lengthy and ranty review. Massive Spoilers inside, for the two games, book, and even Mass Effect 3…ye have been warned!Well folks, we’ve reached a new low. Just when I thought that Star Wars couldn’t get any lower after the holiday special, the Legacy of the Force book series, the various changes to established canon as of the new Clone Wars cartoon (even though I still love it), and the various awfully written dark side endings to games (The Force Unleashed I and II, [...]

    10. Stuart on said:

      "White or black makes a shade of grey - a colour Revan likes no doubt!" Recently I decided to have a nose through some of the newer Star Wars extended universe novels. The only previous books I've read are two of the Darth Bane trilogy and one of The Legacy of the Force series of novels. Revan by Drew Karpyshyn seemed like a good entry point, having played both games The Knights of the Old Republic and The Old Republic at launch. What really grabbed my attention to Revan's character is that he i [...]

    11. Christina on said:

      4.5 stars. I never read the Old Republic series. My brothers have and they both raved about this book. I understand why. This is good writing, solid story telling, and the buildup leads to one of the most tense face offs I've read. Well done. This book takes place waaaaay before Star Wars. The Jedi are dealing with their own internal issues, the Sith have been defeated many years prior and are believed to be extinct. Buuuuut of course they aren't, they're actually living undetected in space beyo [...]

    12. Kelli Clark on said:

      I am a huge Star Wars fan, and definitely a big fan of the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. The main character in that game, Revan, was the protagonist in a story that left you hanging when it ended. This book sheds so much light on the events after the game, and also continues to include characters from the first and second game: Revan, Bastila Shan, The Exile, and even mentions the supporting game characters. In this book Revan's memory is returning, and he is plagued by what [...]

    13. Brandon St Mark on said:

      I was going to write a long review about this book with spoilers, but I don't think I could do this book justice. The beginning was a little shaking for me, but that may have been because I've never played the KotOR games, and probably won't for the foreseeable future.I will say, towards the end this book got a little philosophical, and that was pretty cool. One of my favorite things about Star Wars is the Force, and the many philosphies surrounding it. Personally, I think Revan and the Grey Jed [...]

    14. Rachel on said:

      4/5 stars because I am TEETH GNASHINGLY UPSET ABOUT THE OUTCOME :(UPDATE: Lowered to 2/5 stars because I finished KOTOR2 and DISLIKE THE OUTCOME EVEN MORE. The story is great until Revan leaves Canderous to his people, but then it falls apart trying to unveil the big reveal and the betrayal and Meetra's death.Ugh.

    15. Andrew Obrigewitsch on said:

      These Star Wars books seemed a lot better when I was a teenager. This really didn't do much for me. The only thing I found interesting was the lore. The characters were flat, the Dialogue contrived, and the plot was overly simplistic.

    16. Matthew Borgard on said:

      *Very minor spoilers follow*While the exploration of the Old Republic era started in the comics, Bioware's original Star Wars game, Knights of the Old Republic, created a massive interest in the events that occurred thousands of years before the appearance of Luke Skywalker. At the center of this story was Revan, the eponymous hero of Drew Karpyshyn's new novel. Ever since the end of the original KOTOR, Star Wars fans have wondered what happened to the mysterious Jedi-turned-Sith-turned-Jedi. An [...]

    17. Jon on said:

      Stars Wars books are always hit or miss. One thing I couldn't stand was how whenever the authors or video games talk about the Sith or the Dark Side of the Force all we get are names and obscure legends, and Dark Side characters always seam more interesting than Light Side characters. Well, this book remedies that a bit. This book is primarily about the Dark Side and characters, both good and bad, that deal with it. It develops some of the obscure legends into actual stories and histories. The w [...]

    18. B.J. Keeton on said:

      Probably the best Star Wars book I've read in years. I'm still mad about being burned by the NJO and Outbound Flight. LotF and Revan have been great to rekindle my interest. I listened to the audiobook of this one, and it was lovely. I usually hate music and sound effects, but they truly enhanced the cinematic elements of this story.

    19. Sandra on said:

      Mi maniática intención es leer todos los libros de Star Wars en orden cronológico para hacerme una idea del universo. No soy (muy) fan, no he jugado a los videojuegos, es solo curiosidad.Revan es interesante, entretenido. Profundiza demasiado en el pensamiento de los protagonistas como si el autor los psicoanalizara constantemente, pero ha sido una grata sorpresa. Quizá en el conjunto todo cambie.

    20. Kelsey Hanson on said:

      WARNING Spoilers ahead!When the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic came out I LOVED it. It became my favorite game and I love it to this day. The story writing was superb and it had one of the best plots I've ever experienced in a video game. A few years later, they came out with a sequel. I was very excited. I played the game all the way to the end and was left feeling underwhelmed. "Hmm. I thought. That really didn't give me closure and kinda screwed up the happy ending of the first game. S [...]

    21. Doppelganger on said:

      I was pretty pumped when I saw they were doing a Star Wars novel based on my favorite Sith/Jedi from the Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) RPG. Although I had never read a Drew Karpyshyn novel before, I was familiar with his work on KOTOR and the Star Wars universe in general. I can say that I was impressed with his writing and found him to be a very smooth and straight forward read. Upon my finishing of Revan, my overall impression was pretty good. It was really a page turner for me and I fou [...]

    22. Scott Firestone on said:

      Like all good video gamers, I played KOTOR years ago. But, honestly, I don't remember that much about the plot. So I was fine reading this as a follow-up, and to find out what happened to Revan. But I wasn't like I felt compelled to find out what happened to him after the game. Overall, this is a decent Star Wars novel. It felt like a Star Wars novel, which is something. But I have three major problems with the book. First, much of the book felt like filler. To use RPG verbiage, it was a bunch o [...]

    23. David Farber on said:

      Drew Karpyshyn seemed to me to be an "unknown" author, as I had never before heard of him in the realm of Star Wars literature. To be honest, though, I hadn't read Star Wars novels in quite some time (since New Jedi Order). I was surprised to discover him via a wiki article about the recent Star Wars MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic, that as writer for several of my favorite games, and the one the article was written about, he had also begun writing novels for the Star Wars Saga. I bought it and [...]

    24. Khurram on said:

      As you might have guessed from the rating I gave this book, I really enjoyed it. The thing is that Revan does not actually do much, but his charisma comes off the page. For a warrior Jedi he does not really do very much fighting but inspires other to greatness. He shows such loyalty in his partners that they are willing to risk everything including their lives. Some of the best passages in the book are the interaction between Raven and Lord Scourge, the mental chess game they play during Revan's [...]

    25. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      Long ago in a city far, far away (well 1977 in Knoxville) I saw Star Wars and loved it. Like so many others I loved the original trilogy and saw each of them as they came out.And I've been at best lukewarm about everything from the Star Wars universe ever since. And Jar Jar Binks may be one of the most pathetic characters ever in a movie. I'd dislike him if I didn't feel so sorry for him.I even offended one of my nephews (inadvertently) as when he was a kid he was very impressed by my science fi [...]

    26. Will on said:

      I think i was lied to.I found myself completely unable to put this book down, fueled by my own insatiable thirst to know more however, upon reflection in the end, it was quite a hollow experience.I kept going as Drew kept promising more but in the end i didn't really feel the book lived up to the Legend that is Revan and left me wondering what really was the point in Drew writing this book? It didn't really explore anything of any real consequence and even when scenes occurred that were meant to [...]

    27. Ernesto Henriquez on said:

      Fantastic book! I am definitely a fan of Revan and everything he stands for. He was a very powerful being, however, his motivation was based off of his wife and son. I can relate to that and I feel it is what attaches me to the character. I am hoping to see if a novel is created based on what he did before he and Malak tried to take over the Republic, or perhaps when he went to war with the Mandalorians. Aside from that, this book was amazing!

    28. Anthony Otero on said:

      I want to preface this by saying that the video games are a part of my favored collection. I enjoyed this book because there were so many head nods to the games and the principle story. I always love catching a glimpse of the dark side so that was an additional plus. I wanted to give this novel less stars due the to ending because I was upset by it. But, as an author, I totally get that if you elicit an emotion from the reader then you are doing your job.

    29. Arturo Gonzalez on said:

      From the first page I was quickly sucked into the world of Star Wars the old republic. This novel is the very definition of a page turner. Once I got going I could not stop. The introduction and development of the main characters was done flawlessly. The author did a great job to blend good storytelling with some incredible action sequences. 100% recommend is to any Star Wars fan, or if you're just looking to read something thrilling and exciting.

    30. Lance Shadow on said:

      When I first read Revan, I thought it was fantastic, one of the best books I ever read. However, I read it again and definitely has some problems. I seriously got the vibe that this would be the result if Michael Bay did a Star Wars Film. THE STORY: this book takes place in two distinct parts, so I will summarize each one.Part 1: Two years have passed since Revan's triumphant victory over Darth Malak in the first Knights of the Old Republic video game and he is now a hero of the republic, happil [...]

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