The Force Unleashed II

The Force Unleashed II➜ [Epub] ❧ The Force Unleashed II By Sean Williams ➦ – Bluevapours.co.uk 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 p 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 The Force MOBI :✓ 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 betrayalJuno 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 Force.

New York Times bestselling Sean Williams lives with his family in Adelaide, South Australia He s written some books forty two at last count including the Philip K Dick nominated Saturn Returns, several Star Wars novels and the Troubletwister series with Garth Nix The Force MOBI :✓ Twinmaker is a YA SF series that takes his love affair with the matter transmitter to a whole new level You can find some related short stories over at Lightspeed Magazine and elsewhere Thanks for reading.

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    iOS for the iPad is the biggest iOS release ever the schemes of his masters until it was too late to escape their lethal betrayalJuno 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 Force."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 295 pages
  • The Force Unleashed II
  • Sean Williams
  • English
  • 05 August 2019
  • 0345511549

10 thoughts on “The Force Unleashed II

  1. Maythavee 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 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 at his character Maybe he is a clone or maybe he s the original Starkiller who miraculously survived the battle aboard the Death Star What I loved most about Starkiller was his devotion to Juno His love for her made him resist the dark side As for the other characters, Kato and Juno Eclipse played a much bigger role being part of the Rebellion I really liked both of them especially Juno She s so cool now that she isn t just flying Starkiller around Other main members of the Rebellion made appearances Leia and Bail Organa, Ackbar, Mon Motham etc Yoda also made an appearance I just wished that he and Starkiller hadinteractions As for the plot, like the characters, it improved greatly Instead of Starkiller going off and killing big bosses in each of his mission he was given, he had only one goal in mind finding Juno There were still great battle scenes but this time, it was nicely written without being exaggerated Ackbar also said his infamous line It s a trap Classic.Overall, The Force Unleashed II was a fantastic sequel The ending was very opened so I had to wonder if there would be a third book or not I hope there is Sean Williams has finally found his groove

  2. Gabriel Vidrine 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 still a little flat that s video games for you, thoughthe characters are often a little flat so that the player can insert themselves into the character , but he did do some soul searching, etc that made it not quite so flat.The action was great, and I had a harder time imagining the book as the video game it didn t feel like I was reading the plot of a video game It makes me want to play the game , since I m not entirely sure how the plot of the novel will fit into a game The ending thoughthere will definitely have to be another game or another novel to wrap that up

  3. Ben Arispe 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 something I didn t really pick up on until the end of the book Again, speculate if you will that this story was about the true clone, but the end really leaves it open to the reader s interpretation

  4. seak says:

    This was entertaining and fun You really can t go wrong with Boba Fett The first Force Unleashed graphic novel was quite a bit better though, so this was slightly disappointing The other disappointment for me was that the first couple pages start with a little too much sex, at least heavily implied, than I like in my Star Wars Part of the beauty of the first graphic novel was sharing it with my kids, but with those first pages of this book, I don t feel like I can really share this one with This was entertaining and fun You really can t go wrong with Boba Fett The first Force Unleashed graphic novel was quite a bit better though, so this was slightly disappointing The other disappointment for me was that the first couple pages start with a little too much sex, at least heavily implied, than I like in my Star Wars Part of the beauty of the first graphic novel was sharing it with my kids, but with those first pages of this book, I don t feel like I can really share this one with them.3 out of 5 Stars recommended

  5. Jacen 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 Starkiller a clone Am I real Is my obsession with Juno real or a memory of the old Starkiller It goes on and on between battles with these same questions asked over and over Occasionally there will be flashbacks to the first TFU In fact TFU II does such a thorough job of retelling the first book that you have no need to pick the first one up It s all here in flashbacks Dialogue and everything The book actually starts with some promise Williams attempts to explain the forming of the early Rebellion and how each major player got involved Mon Mothma, Ackbar, Bail Organa, Princess Leia, and Garm Bel Iblis all play a large part in the first few chapters of the book Then Williams drops this subplot in favor of the relentless self questioning of both Starkiller and Eclipse as they pine for each other.The book was short on dialogue and very long on the description of the characters feelings and thoughts There was just so much of the same shallow philosophical musings It was worse than TFU because this book aspired to bethan the first novel was and it failed Horribly Forget the ending If you don t know it already, you don t want to know it Sufficeth to say, Vader comes off far worse than the weak old man he accused Obi Wan of being in A New Hope But I suppose he doesn t come off any worse than in the first TFU Thing is it s worse cause he s been here with Starkiller before And then when the story is over and there is noto say, the book goes on for another hundred pages It flashes back to the first novel again It was nuts Prattling on once again retelling the first book I got lost cause I ve never seen this before It s like Blackman s story was a two hundred page story tops but Williams HAD to stretch it to 300 pages It s agony in those last pages I really enjoyed Williams Star Wars The Old Republic Fatal Alliance this summer It was good fun TFU II was a mess A horrible mistake which reads like self harm and utterly negates the importance of Luke Skywalker who is to appear in like 6 months

  6. Sean E. 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 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 fate that could have been avoided if he had warned her or stayed away, but now he must confront his former master and save his love.The Force Unleashed 2 was a good book and I enjoyed it I was glad when I learned that Starkiller was not dead but as for the writing of the book it felt very rushed, like the author just wanted to finish but I probably only think that because I read the book in a 7 hour train ride to the District of Columbia and on the way back and since I don t read that long I was overloaded I will probably read the book twice just to understand it betterI would Give this book a 5 out of 5 because even though I thought it was rushed that was because of the over reading I think in a spaced out period the text would have time to sink in but I liked the book very much and I think that anyone that liked the first book would like the second very much

  7. Christopher Lutz says:

    Haven t read this since the game came out in 2010 I was a fan of The Force Unleashed II game My only issue was that it was really short The story itself was fun though The novel greatly improves on the story, adding much needed depth and several additional scenes, including a sub plot on Mon Calamari Rereading it now it was fun picturing elements from the new movies in this story For instance, I pictured Death Troopers from Rogue One accompanying Boba Fett when he captured Juno Eclipse, an Haven t read this since the game came out in 2010 I was a fan of The Force Unleashed II game My only issue was that it was really short The story itself was fun though The novel greatly improves on the story, adding much needed depth and several additional scenes, including a sub plot on Mon Calamari Rereading it now it was fun picturing elements from the new movies in this story For instance, I pictured Death Troopers from Rogue One accompanying Boba Fett when he captured Juno Eclipse, and The Ghost from Rebels with the rebel fleet during the attack on Kamino It s a shame part 3 of the story will never be told At the same time, I m kind of glad it s non canon now because some of the creative decisions they made capturing Vader, Starkiller s Superman level powers were tricky to retcon before I still think he was the original Starkiller by the way

  8. Jerry says:

    I ve said enough about how great Star Wars was before Disney messed it up, so, I won t post all that again.What I will say is that this novel is true to the spirit of Lucas space opera Even if you ve never played the game I haven t it still makes for an exciting tale from a galaxy far, far away.

  9. Elie Harriett says:

    This book is what the story in the video game was SUPPOSED to be If you ve played the game and was disappointed the story wasn t as developed as it was in the first game, then you must read this novelization When I revisit the game, I m going to think of the book while playing it.

  10. BAM The Bibliomaniac says:

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

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