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Star Wars: Fatal Alliance - Audio Book

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Star Wars: Fatal Alliance - Audio Book

Anima-'s Avatar

01.02.2012 , 06:23 PM | #1
So I listened to the audiobook a while back and truly fell in love with it. I was wondering if anyone knows if there are any other Star Wars books done with the same quality. Or even any other sci-fi style books for that matter. Thanks in advance!

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01.02.2012 , 08:48 PM | #2
Try the Timothy Zahn books. He is the best SW writer out there.

Heir To The Empire
Dark Force Rising
The Last Command

(The Thrawn Trilogy)

Specter Of The Past
Vision Of The Future

(Hand of Thrawn Duology)

Those 5 are easily the best of the SW novels.

Then you have

Survivors Quest
Outbound Flight
Choices of One

There are over a hundred SW books, these are the best of them but there are a ton of other good ones. The New Jedi Order books were great too. As were the Fate Of The Jedi series and the Legacy Of THe Force series...

Anima-'s Avatar

01.03.2012 , 11:25 AM | #3
It wasn't so much the writing of the book to be honest it was the quality of the audio book recording. Totally voiced, effects a sound track... etc I was looking for something along those lines. If anyone knows of any please let me know!

Anima-'s Avatar

01.04.2012 , 01:22 PM | #4
Come on some one was know of another Star Wars audio book done as well as Fatal

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01.04.2012 , 01:32 PM | #5
I've read over 145 SW books, but I haven't once listened to one of the SW audiobooks. That being said, I think that the audio productions of the Thrawn trilogy had a fairly high production value.
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01.04.2012 , 01:38 PM | #6
As far as I know Revan and Deceived (the two other TOR tie in books) are read by Marc Thompson, and done to the same level as Fatal Alliance.

As for others, that I'm afraid I don't know.

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01.04.2012 , 07:26 PM | #7
I havent fully listened to them yet but there are 2 Old Republic era 4000- 3996 BBY audio books called
"Tales of the Jedi 1 - Knights of the old republic"
"Tales of the Jedi 2 - Dark lords of the sith".

I have listened to the first 4 min and it's not so much as an audio book like its being read to you but more like a movie/tv show with just the audio. So like those old radio shows.
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