[Reading] ➶ Rule of Two (Star Wars: Darth Bane, #2) ➽ Drew Karpyshyn – Justinfoline.us

Rule of Two (Star Wars: Darth Bane, #2) In The New York Times Bestseller Darth Bane Path Of Destruction, Drew Karpyshyn Painted A Gripping Portrait Of A Young Mans Journey From Innocence To Evil That Man Was Darth Bane, A Twisted Genius Whose Iron Will, Fierce Ambition, And Strength In The Dark Side Of The Force Made Him A Natural Leader Among The Sith Until His Radical Embrace Of An All But Forgotten Wisdom Drove Him To Destroy His Own Order And Create It Anew From The Ashes As The Last Surviving Sith, Darth Bane Promulgated A Harsh New Directive The Rule Of Two.Two There Should Be No , No Less.One To Embody The Power, The Other To Crave It.Now Darth Bane Is Ready To Put His Policy Into Action, And He Thinks He Has Found The Key Element That Will Make His Triumph Complete A Student To Train In The Ways Of The Dark Side Though She Is Young, Zannah Possesses An Instinctive Link To The Dark Side That Rivals His Own With His Guidance, She Will Become Essential In His Quest To Destroy The Jedi And Dominate The Galaxy.But There Is One Who Is Determined To Stop Darth Bane Johun Othone, Padawan To Jedi Master Lord Hoth, Who Died At Banes Hands In The Last Great Sith War Though The Rest Of The Jedi Scoff At Him, Joshuas Belief That There Are Surviving Sith On The Loose Is Unshakeable.As Johun Continues His Dogged Pursuit Of The Man Who Killed His Master, Zannah, Faced Unexpectedly With A Figure From Her Past, Begins To Question Her Embrace Of The Dark Side And Darth Bane Is Led By Force Induced Visions To A Moon Where He Will Acquire Astonishing New Knowledge And Power, Power That Will Alter Him In Ways He Could Never Have Imagined

[Reading] ➶ Rule of Two (Star Wars: Darth Bane, #2)  ➽ Drew Karpyshyn – Justinfoline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 318 pages
  • Rule of Two (Star Wars: Darth Bane, #2)
  • Drew Karpyshyn
  • English
  • 15 July 2017
  • 0345477480

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Rule of Two (Star Wars: Darth Bane, #2) ➽ Drew Karpyshyn – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    There must only be two, Noand no lessDarth Bane Rule of Two is a wonderful continuation to this amazing saga Ten years have passed since the Seventh Battle of Ruusan, and Zannah s apprenticeship under Bane has been blooming for years, hidden in the shadows The Jedi believe the Sith extinct, but a state visit from the Supreme Chancellor has the potential to unshroud the mysteries of the Dark Side.This second book of the Bane trilogy is probably the weakest one, but it does have what iThere must only be two, Noand no lessDarth Bane Rule of Two is a wonderful continuation to this...


  2. says:

    Darth Zannah, you are my apprentice The heir to my legacy After greatly enjoying Star Wars Darth Bane Path of Destruction PoD , I delved into part two Bane begins his training of his heir, Zannah, in the Dark Arts and continues to add confusion to the Republic and the Jedi Order Can t really expandon it than that, to be honest What I Liked One of the best things about this book is how it deals with such an under explored area the Sith I enjoyed readingabout Bane, what hap Darth Zannah, you are my apprentice The heir to my legacy After greatly enjoying Star Wars Darth Bane Path of Destruction PoD , I delved into part two Bane begins his training of his heir, Zannah, in the Dark Arts and continues to add confusion to the Republic and the Jedi Order Can t really expandon it than that, to be honest What I Liked One of the best things about this book is how it deals with such an under explored area the Sith I enjoyed readingabout Bane, what happened immediately after the events in PoD, and seeing Zannah grow in the Dark Side Speaking of Zannah, she was one of those few female characters in the Star Wars universe particularly recently that I truly enjoyed without wanting to cry MARY SUE after each scene she was in I felt Karpyshyn did a superb job writing her ...


  3. says:

    Good story, but predictable and juvenile As I mentioned for the first book of this series, it s video game origins are readily apparent.Avoids the usual fan fiction limitations by including none of the usual Star Wars suspects by being set longer ago than even long,long ago Speaking of whichit s interesting how the technology of the Star Wars galaxy seems frozen There s no appreciable improvement in anything medicine, weapons, transportation in the thousands of years spanned by Good story, but predictable and juvenile As I mentioned for the first book of this series, it s video game origins are readily apparent.Avoids the usual fan fic...


  4. says:

    The second entry in Karpyshyn s Darth Bane trilogy kept me turning the pages, but like its predecessor, seemed like it didn t live up to its potentially awesome potential Bane is a seriously neat character, but the novels themselves just never seem to rise to the challenge I had really hoped that with the coming of age stuff completely out of the way we d ditch the YA vibe the first one had and get into some deeper, darker territory Well, these novels certainly are dark for Star Wars books, b The second entry in Karpyshyn s Darth Bane trilogy kept me turning the pages, but like its predecessor, seemed like it didn t live up to its potentially awesome potential Bane is a seriously neat character, but the novels themselves just never seem to rise to the challenge I had really hoped that with the coming of age stuff completely out of the way we d ditch the YA vibe the first one had and get into some deeper, darker territory Well, these novels certainly are dark for Star Wars books, but the plot continued to be shallow and undercooked I don t know if I m spoiled by Timothy Zahn or what, but that same YA feel remainedit s weird, because these books are pretty goddamn violent for Star Wa...


  5. says:

    3.0 stars A good, if predicable, follow up to Path of Destruction that continues the story of Darth Bane and his creation of the current Rule of Two among the Sith A fun, fast read that was perfect for when I was in the mood for something light to read.


  6. says:

    3.5 stars, but I rounded up A good read, though not as well told as the first book I liked book one for Drew s impressive handling of Darth Bane s transition from a miner to a Sith lord Rule of Two wasabout the story of Zannah s own transition to become Darth Bane s apprentice, but I didn t find her journey nearly as dramatic, since we do skip ahead 10 years in the novel from the time Bane first takes her on The ending, however, was superb It s one of those where you know that somethi 3.5 stars, but I rounded up A good read, though not as well told as the first book I liked book one for Drew s impressive handling of Darth Bane s transition from a miner to a Sith lord Rule of Two wasabout the story of Zannah s own transition to become Darth Bane s apprentice, but I didn t find her journey nearly as dramatic, since we do skip ahead 10 years in the novel from the time Bane first takes her on The ending, however, was superb It s one of those where you know that something awful s going to happen but you just can t wait to see how things play out, and when they do you think to yourself, Wow, I totally saw that coming but dammit, it s still so awesome Like most Star Wars...


  7. says:

    Drew did an excellent job at overlapping character arcs a solid mix of perspective and emotion He also mixed in a good deal of lore, which immerses you in the story.I gave it three stars because while I thought it was a strong EU novel, I just didn t love it The middle bo...


  8. says:

    This book contains the best light saber battle I have read.


  9. says:

    This book is actually an improvement on the first book in the series The new main character, Zannah, is the apprentice that Darth Bane took at the end of the first book, and unlike Bane, she has some depth and complexity While he is purely powered by white male rage and the angst of not being recognized as the alpha male he thinks he is, she experiences doubt, makes difficult choices, and outmaneuvers her opponents Her character actually develops, and it s clear that there aredifficult This book is actually an improvement on the first book in the series The new main character, Zannah, is the apprentice that Darth Bane took at the end of the first book, and unlike Bane, she has some depth and complexity While he is purely powered by white male rage and the angst of not being recognized as the alpha male he thinks he is, she experiences doubt, makes difficult choices, and outmane...


  10. says:

    Just as good as the first of the Darth Bane books I like the author s style He does an excellent job of humanizing characters that would likely be stereotypical one dimensional bad guys on the big screen It was a glimpse into the mindset and the viewpoint of the Dark Siders It offers an intriguing alternative philosophy of the nature of the Force, filling in some of the gaps left between the cryptic quotes of Darth Sidious, Darth Maul, and Darth Vader You will be hard pressed to consider Just as good as the first of the Darth Bane books I like the author s style He does an excellent job of humanizing characters that would likely be ste...

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