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Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter

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Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
Legends Era: Rise of the Empire
In-Universe Date: 32y BBY
Publish Date: January 30, 2001
Publisher: Del Rey
ISBN: 0345435397
Pages: 320
Writer (s): Michael Reaves
Cover Artist(s): David Stevenson
Users Read: 10 Users Rated: 8
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Cloak of Deception
Maul: Lockdown
Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
Introduction to Mos Eisley
Incident at Horn Station
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  Darth Maul
  Darth Maul last appeared in the Legends Universe in Maul: Lockdown. Darth Maul next appears in the Legends Universe in The Phantom Menace.
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   March 8, 2017
The biggest problem with Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter is nothing in the book matters. This book changes nothing in the larger universe, has no lasting affect after the end of the novel, and adds nothing to the universe. While that would keep it from being great, when you add onto the fact that the book is kind of boring, and it becomes something I wouldnít recommend. Itís not the worst thing in the Legends universe, but itís definitely near the bottom of the heap.

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  waden34 Says:    
  2017-02-19 00:43:12  
  Very uninspired and boring story. This was certainly just a cash grab to pull in Maul fans even though he was more of a minor character in the book.
Holocrons are supposed to be force related objects, but the author of this book decided to let everyone use them. I don't think the author knew much of anything about the Expanded Universe and just wanted to throw terms around that sound good.
There were too many scenes that came very close to putting characters together that were not supposed to know about each other before The Phantom Menace. It was entirely too much to believe that Obi-Wan or Yoda wouldn't have remembered anything about the Sith from this story.
Also, he randomly uses a word that noone alive today has ever used just to prove he has a thesaurus. I'm all for grammar diversity, but don't make it sound like you are an elitist.

  tstarnes Says:    
  2017-02-19 10:29:10  
  What a pointless, and bland, book.  

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