Drew Karpyshyn

Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil
Dynasty of Evil is a step up from the previous novel, Rule of Two, and a satisfying end to the trilogy. We’ve known ever since the end of book one, that Bane was destined to be overthrown by his apprentice, a theme that builds from the start of the novel. The buildup is intense, and...
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Darth Bane: Rule of Two
The sequel to the popular Darth Bane: Path of Destruction, Rule of Two is also well written, though perhaps not as good as the first book. Much of the flavor from the first novel has been lost, but the book introduces a few new elements and continues a story that has been well written from...
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Darth Bane: Path of Destruction
So Path of Destruction is Drew Karpyshyn’s first published novel, and it shows. However, despite an inexperienced crudeness to the prose, Karpyshyn is definitely not a stranger to fantastic storytelling. His experience as a lead writer for Bioware has prepared him to tell a fantastic story about how the Rule of Two came to be....
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The Old Republic: Annihilation
Annihilation with the possible exception of Revan also written by Drew Karpyshyn is quite possibly the best novel based around the Old Republic video game mini-franchise. While it is not free of its flaws it is very enjoyable to read and easy to do so. It was one of the few Star Wars books that...
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The Old Republic: Revan
The Old Republic: Revan is a book that explains the background of the video game, The Old Republic, but serves a dual purpose of tying up the loose ends from the Knights of the Old Republic video games. This has been long awaited ever since Knights of the Old Republic 2 ended abruptly and with...
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Retribution
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Mass Effect 2
So after finishing the first game, Mass Effect I was eager, as always, to play the sequel. I know a sequel is good if I am completely blown away by the improvements made on the original. This rarely happens, but it happened in Mass Effect 2. To make it simple, Mass Effect 2 comes as...
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Ascension
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Mass Effect
I tend to prefer RPG’s above other video game genres. That said, I do occasionally enjoy a good FPS. This game took elements from both making it one of the better RPG’s I’ve ever played. After a rather slow start, trying to get used to the menus and equipment, I became quickly immersed. Commander Shepard...
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