The Force Unleashed II (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, #2)



As Ruthless Apprentice To Darth Vader, Starkiller Was Mercilessly Schooled In The Ways Of The Dark Side, Commanded To Exterminate The Last Of The Purged Jedi Order, And Groomed For The Ultimate Sith Power Play Assassination Of The Emperor He Served Without Question, Killed Without Remorse, And Lost His Heart Without Warning To Beautiful Imperial Fighter Pilot Juno Eclipse, Never Suspecting That He Was Just A Tool In The Schemes Of His Masters Until It Was Too Late To Escape Their Lethal Betrayal.Juno Mourned Starkiller As Deadbut Now He Is Back, Purged Of All Memories And Programmed To Kill And As Fate Brings Juno And Starkiller Closer To Reuniting, With Darth Vader Determined Not To Lose His Assassin A Second Time, They Will Both Have To Make A Stand The Prize Is Freedom The Punishment For Failing Will Be Eternal Enslavement To The Dark Side Of The ForceThe Force Unleashed II (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 295 pages
  • The Force Unleashed II (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, #2)
  • Sean Williams
  • English
  • 02 March 2017
  • 0345511549

10 thoughts on “The Force Unleashed II (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, #2)

  1. says:

    2010 has seen my two least favorite SW novels inever TFU II being one of those books This novel is relentless game play cut with a psychopathic love story It s Force Lighting peppered with an odd and constantly repetitive shallow philosophical rhetoric Starkiller spends the whole of the novel hunting for Juno That s fine and well He kills relentlessly to get to her That s fine too I guess What was really painful was his inner dialogue It went on and on and on with the same questions 2010 has seen my two least favorite SW novels inever TFU II being one of those books This novel is relentless game play cut with a psychopathic love story It s Force Lighting peppered with an odd and constantly repetitive shallow philosophical rhetoric Starkiller spends the whole of the novel hunting for Juno That s fine and well He kills relentlessly to get to her That s fine too I guess What was really painful was his inner dialogue It went on and on and on with the same questions Am I the real Starkiller Am I a clone Was the real St...

  2. says:

    I kept waiting for A Flock of Seagulls Space Age Love Song to break out.

  3. says:

    A frustrating read Starkiller returns from the dead as a clone, thanks to Darth Vader, breaks away from Vader s clutches again and the rest of the book concerns Starkillers hunt for his old pilot and 3 second lover Juno The romance obsession between Juno and Starkiller makes little sense considering they barely explored this in the first book and so making it the main plot in the second really stretches creditability This recon stuff about Starkiller as the main one responsible for the star A frustrating read Starkiller returns from the dead as a clone, thanks to Darth Vader, breaks away from Vader s clutches again and the rest of the book concerns Starkillers hunt for his old pilot and 3 second lover Juno The romance obsession between Juno and Starkiller makes little sense considering they barely explored this in the first book and so making it the main plot in the second really stretches creditability This recon stuff about Starkiller as the main one responsible for the start up of the Rebellion just makes me want to roll my eyes Its like the Death Star plans all over again, where 3 or 4 separate stories all involve a group or person being responsible for the handing over of the plans to Princess Lei...

  4. says:

    I said this at the end of my review for The Force Unleashed II There was no reason for a second book The guy dead, but no we had to have a sequal and there has to be a 3rd actually There is no way around it if you read the ending, which is badSpoilers below.This book has Starkiller being cloned to come back under Vadar Ok, fine Vadar tries to sell him in leaving the lab, gain an army re...

  5. says:

    The first Force Unleashed book was pretty creative It did a good job of explaining the origins of the rebellion and presented Darth Vader s Character in a light that made him seemlike an actual Sith Lord and less like a sulky old man as he often appears in other books I also loved Starkiller s character he was insanely powerful for being so young and his internal conflict made him easy to sympathize with It s too bad I can t say the same for this pile of...

  6. says:

    I was very much impressed by this one With novels based on a game, I try to be a little lenient, because I know that the author is confined to what was done in the game The first Force Unleashed novel was fine it wasn t stellar, but then the game was a little linear and because of that, so was the book But it wasn t horrible and it moved well His next video game book, however, was awful Fatal Alliance was choppy, badly written, and boring So I was a little concerned about the Force Unleas I was very much impressed by this one With novels based on a game, I try to be a little lenient, because I know that the author is confined to what was done in the game The first Force Unleashed novel was fine it wasn t stellar, but then the game was a little linear and because of that, so was the book But it wasn t horrible and it moved well His next video game book, however, was awful Fatal Alliance was choppy, badly written, and boring So I was a little concerned about the Force Unleashed II Would it be as good as the first Or would it belike Fatal Alliance Luckily, it was better than both Starkiller s character was...

  7. says:

    The Force Unleashed II was way better than the first book I really enjoyed it Wow, Starkiller s hard to kill isn t he He just keeps on coming back to life Just when I thought that it was the end of Starkiller Anyway, everything about this book was better than the first Starkiller s character was fantastic I loved the new problems that he had with himself It made his character so muchinteresting I also loved the is he a clone argument My opinion is that it depends on how we look The Force Unleashed II was way better than the first book I really enjoyed it Wow, Starkiller s hard to kill isn t he He just keeps on co...

  8. says:

    Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 is a book about a dark assassin trained to hunt down the enemies of the empire the first time he served his purpose and was destroyed, the second time he Rebelled and escaped the dark clutches of his former master He escapes and looks for the one thing that seems important from his old memory, Juno He follows leads and attempts to track the love that was stolen from him across the galaxy When he finally finds her she is stolen from him by a cruel twist of fat Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 is a book about a dark assassin trained to hunt down the enemies of the empire the first time he served his purpose and was destroyed, the second time he Rebelled and escaped the dark clutches of his former master He escapes and looks for the one thing t...

  9. says:

    I enjoyed this one immensely Although again, Sean Williams suffers a bit from lack of detail in the story, particularly around the action sequences And again, I m assuming he was told to write the book from the perspective and expectation that the readers will most likely have played the game prior to or during the reading of said story I for one have only played a couple of hours into the game itself before I lost intrest and moved on to something else I enjoyed seeing the emotion in Starki I enjoyed this one immensely Although again, Sean Williams suffers a bit from lack of detail in the story, particularly around the action sequences And again, I m assuming he was told to write the book from the perspective and expectation that the readers will most likely have played the game prior to or during the reading of said story I for one have only played a couple of hours into the game itself before I lost intrest and moved on to something else I enjoyed seeing the emotion in Starkiller this time around, especially around the questions of his true identity Was he a clone Or was the previous Starkiller we were introduced to in the first game story the clone The author gives us just enough speculation that either one could be true Granted, since this is supposed to be canon in expanded universe, we have to see the happy ending between Starkiller and Juno Funny thing, the auther never actually calls Starkiller by his name of Galen Marik It was someth...

  10. says:

    Okay follow up to the first book The story is clearly better than the video game, as well as making the game s plot makesense now that I read the book however, it didn t unfortunately make the story plot anylikeable Like a lot of sequels, the story seemed rushed and not as well thought out as the original Almost as the folks in charge wereconcerned with a deadline and making money rat...

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