Stealth

Stealth
Star Wars: Clone Wars: Gambit #1
Karen Miller
2 Stars
Epub, 293 Pages

a nasty bioweapon plan is uncovered and Anakin and Obi-Wan must go under cover, in Separatist territory, to figure out a way to destroy it without further extending Republic Forces. Once again, as seems to be on par with these Clone Wars novels, there is nothing really exciting to read about. You see Anakin continue down the path towards Darth Vader, but other than that, I really find the adventures boring.

Keeping with all the other Clone War novels by Traviss and Miller, this one is as boring and uninteresting as its predecessors.

The only thing that can be said for these books is that they detail, boringly and with excruciating painfulness, the descent of Anakin to Darth Vader. However, Revenge of the Sith, by Matthew Stover, does that excellently, with emotion and heartbreak, really making this line of novels unnecessary and showing them for just what they are- capitalizations upon the success of the Clone Wars cartoons while being miserable failures on their own.

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