Review: Star Wars: Book of Sith by Daniel Wallace

My guest post over at my friend The Wookiee Gunner.

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A guest review by Melissa Villy.

Star Wars: Book of Sith. Daniel Wallace. April 16, 2013. Chronicle Books. 160 pages. [Source: Personal copy]

The Book of Sith by Daniel Wallace contains a wealth of information on the Dark Side. Written as if compiled by Emperor Palpatine himself, the text sheds light (pun intended) on the history and powers associated with the Dark Side of the Force. Each chapter is a different smaller text by a different character brought together as one all-encompassing Book of Sith.

The first section is written by Sorzus Syn, one of the exiled Dark Jedi banished after the 100 year Darkness, provides information on the period of galactic history, on the Sith species, and how the exiled Jedi became Sith Lords. Included is information on Sith culture, everything from power granting amulets to weapons. I found this quite fascinating because while I knew theā€¦

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