Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith by Matthew Stover

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Possibly the most anticipated Star Wars movie of all time, Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith at last tells the tale of how the young Jedi Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader, the most feared villain in the galaxy. Our novel includes material not in the movie, based on discussions with George Lucas himself.



  • Jonathan Davis does an outstanding job capturing a wide range of emotions from various characters in 'Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'. Combined with skillful editing of sound effects and music, it results in a remarkable audiobook experience. However, the biggest issue lies in the fact that this adaptation is based on the screenplay. While this is expected, both Stover and Davis are unable to overcome certain shortcomings in the story itself. For instance, Padme's excessive and cheesy use of 'my love' feels like it belongs in a cheap romance novel. Additionally, some crucial elements, such as the Chancellor's weak speech about creating the Empire and Skywalker's blind trust in his confidant who later reveals himself as a Sith Lord, pose significant problems. Despite these drawbacks, Stover's writing style and Davis' narration still manage to deliver an enjoyable audiobook, albeit with some limitations.
  • The story is pretty good overall, though there are some moments that are a bit strange, like Padmé suddenly losing the will to live despite her previous determination during the battle of Naboo. However, I really enjoyed the complete order 66 sequence. My favorite part was when Obi-Wan and Yoda did a funny bit reminiscent of "get help" from Thor Ragnarok, except in this case it was referred to as "Jedi baby and crazy homeless man."
  • Wow, I was completely blown away by this audiobook. I had heard that it delves deeper into the storyline of the movie, but I had no idea just how much. There are additional plotlines involving the senators, conversations between Dooku and Palpatine on the Invisible Hand, and numerous scenes that provide a clearer understanding of Anakin's fall and Palpatine's influence over him. The book also strengthens the connection between Bail Organa, Yoda, and Obi-wan, and expands upon the ending. It's truly a masterful piece of writing, and I can't emphasize enough how much I recommend listening to it. As for the narrator, Jonathan Davis delivers an incredible performance as always. He even uses the same Grievous voice that he did in Labyrinth of Evil, which this book makes reference to. Overall, his narration is stellar.
  • I was totally caught off guard by how flawlessly the writing was executed in 'Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith'. The narration was rock-solid too. Drew Krapshyn really carried the weight of the Star Wars franchise on his shoulders.
  • Stover does a great job expanding on the characters' motivations that weren't explored in Lucas's script. He particularly dives into Anakin Skywalker's journey, which felt rushed in ROTS. The book delves deeper into his descent into the dark side, giving it the attention it deserved in the film. As a result, it enhances the overall experience and complements the movie.
  • Just like any other book turned into a movie, this one surpasses the film adaptation. The vivid descriptions in the novel truly bring the story to life, as if you're watching a movie in your mind. My only regret is not buying it earlier. Jonathan Davis is at the pinnacle of narrators, and I always search for his name when browsing. 5 stars.
  • I wish George Lucas had taken inspiration from Matthew's writing when crafting the script for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Matthew's writing presents a much more passionate and compelling storyline with better lines overall.