Nov 15, 2011

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Drew Karpyshyn’s Revan In Stores Today!

If you’re not familiar, Drew Karpyshyn is an author who has written some of the most highly-regarded Star Wars novels in the expanded universe, including creating some of the most educing characters including Darth Bane and, of course, Revan in Knights Of The Old Republic.

Fans of the KoTOR series were left with somewhat of a cliffhanger as to what really happened to Revan when he went out to deep space. Well, today fans can finally get some answers with the release of Drew’s latest novel, Revan! From the synopsis:

What exactly happened beyond the Outer Rim? Revan can’t quite remember, yet can’t entirely forget. Somehow he stumbled across a terrible secret that threatens the very existence of the Republic. With no idea what it is, or how to stop it, Revan may very well fail, for he’s never faced a more powerful and diabolic enemy. But only death can stop him from trying.

Recently at New York Comic Con, Karpyshyn himself revealed the book details on Revan’s turn to the Dark side, and also, if players ultimately want the full story of Revan, they’ll want to play both the Republic and Empire sides of Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Our copy is set to arrive today, and we can’t wait to sit down – and we’ll have a full review by our own minister of Star Wars Lore, Professor Walsh soon! Head on over to your local book store or order online today!

  1. Scott Clark says:

    Got it on my Kindle app around 9pm (West Coast Time) started reading at 9:00:10pm. If I didn’t have to work I would be reading it right now.

  2. I’d love to see a non-spoiler review. Especially one that indicates if there are spoilers in the book. I want to read it, but if it reveals the identity of the Emperor or anything, i’d rather play the game first and then read the book.

  3. Got it by mail but noticed that it’s only 286 pages! Too short, IMO.

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