Star Wars: The Wrath of Darth Maul

Star Wars The Wrath of Darth Maul The most anticipated Star Wars biography yet One of the most feared villains of all time One of the most iconic characters of the Star Wars saga One incredible story Features new never before told se

  • Title: Star Wars: The Wrath of Darth Maul
  • Author: Ryder Windham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The most anticipated Star Wars biography yet One of the most feared villains of all time.One of the most iconic characters of the Star Wars saga.One incredible story.Features new, never before told secrets about Darth Maul

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      Published :2019-07-16T05:16:19+00:00

    About " Ryder Windham "

  • Ryder Windham

    Ryder Windham is an American sci fi author who has written over sixty Star Wars books, including novels, comics, reference books, and so on He has also written junior novelizations for Indiana Jones movies Since 1993, he has been working on Star Wars projects either by himself or with other authors His reference book Star Wars The Ultimate Visual Guide had been on the New York Times Best Seller list for three weeks in 2005 Although he has written lots of books, accepted interviews, and appeared at several fan conventions, little is known about his personal life.


  • Seeing Maul go through everything he did as a child was hard to watch.Watching (the wretched hunk of my life) grow up was definitely the most interesting aspect of the book. Every trial and error took us a step closer to understanding the horrors of Maul's childhood, (born with the Force or not, I'm still having trouble comprehending a small toddler living through such scorn).But still I had trouble understanding how a child, who just wanted to escape the torture and loneliness, could become the [...]

  • Finally we get to see more of the origin behind the infamous Sith Lord, Darth Maul. I read this novel in one afternoon as I couldn’t put it down. The story mainly focuses on the childhood and the training of Darth Maul, but we also get to get his perspective in the events from “The Phantom Menace.” In addition, we get a better understanding as to how he could survive the devastating fall to reappear in the TV show Star Wars: The Clone Wars. What I love the most about the story was how char [...]

  • Rating: 4 Stars out of 5.Darth Maul needs a hug.If there was a takeaway point to this book, that was the one I learned. Really, this book could be called ‘The Tragedy of Darth Maul’. There was a lot of wrath going on, but this book really is at its best while chronicling Maul’s traumatic childhood experiences and turning him into someone that is a little more sympathetic, interesting, and relatable that I might have originally given him credit for.This was my first time going into the EU t [...]

  • The Wrath of Darth Maul by Ryder Windham tells the story of Darth Maul, a Sith first seen in Star Wars Episode I. This novel not only tells Maul's side of the story of the events that take place in The Phantom Menace, but it also gives us a backstory of what it was like for him growing up and being trained by Darth Sidious. I was truly surprised by this novel because I couldn't help but feel bad for Maul after seeing what he went through growing up.

  • This novel is aimed at a younger generation of reader and doesn't contain the hard-edged grit that I think it could have had to make it a leading novel for the Star Wars universe. It gives a fresh view on the life of Darth Maul and his place in the SW universe. I couldn't pinpoint any plot holes os it has been well researched and is keeping with the connectivity of related stories.A quick read and finished in 3 days. Plot ***Spoilers***The Wrath of Darth Maul sees a resurrected Darth Maul as a h [...]

  • The book tell you in depth the story behind Darth Maul and his life story. It also tells about the story behind the Sith.

  • When I watched The Phantom Menace I thought Darth Maul was so cool and scary looking! Like no joke I was kinda scared of him but after reading this I was just blown away. I really do love learning about characters pasts and reading on how Darth Maul became how he is was interesting and wow lol

  • I don't know where this book came from and how it got on my kindle, but it just happened to be sitting on my digital bookshelf, and since it's the end of the year (2017), the book was relatively short, and I'm striving to read as many books as possible before the clock strikes 12 am later, I figured I'd give it a shot.I'll admit that The Wrath of Darth Maul ended up being way better than I had originally anticipated. Though it's definitely geared more towards younger readers, and Windham's writi [...]

  • The story is about Darth Maul. The book tells you how Darth Maul gets his lightsabre and how he trains. At the begging he is a young Zebrak who lives on Mustifar. he went through intense training broke arms and ribs he had to go to a planet with 100 of spy droids where he was attacked every second. After all of his training he goes to a planet called Nabo0 and fights two jedi named qui gon jin and obi wan kenobi. will they win? I recommend this book to people who wasn't to know how Darth Maul go [...]

  • Finally we get to see more of the origin behind the infamous Sith Lord, Darth Maul. The story mainly focuses on the childhood and the training of Darth Maul, but we also get to get his perspective in the events from “The Phantom Menace." What I love the most about the story was how characters and events from the iconic TV Show Star Wars: The Clone Wars were taken and incorporated into Maul’s history. The other thing I liked I stated before, Maul’s perspective in The Phantom Menace. Though [...]

  • This was a fascinating exploration of a character that many felt was rather one-note upon his introduction. Mr. Windham has done a great job culling old material that originally surfaced back in 1999 in the tie-in fiction marketing blitz surrounding "The Phantom Menace"'s release and incorporating it into the new things we've learned about Maul in recent months thanks to The Clone Wars animated series and James Luceno's Darth Plagueis (and two related short stories). Mr. Windham paints a touchin [...]

  • This is a really good book and reveals much detail about the life of our favorite Sith, but after the plot reaches the point where the films take over (specifically "The Phantom Menace") it was like Windham was trying to finish quickly to get it out to press. The author even states at the end of the book that most of his material came from other novelizations and screenplays. I felt that this was a very lazy effort on the part of the writer and could have been a much better book. I mean, we KNOW [...]

  • While this is meant for a younger audience, Windham successfully gets the reader to see that Maul has had a tortured life. He didn't start out as a hate-filled killer, though. This book is perfect for anyone who likes Darth Maul, or for anyone who has a thing for the EU of Star Wars. Great read!

  • This book was definitely written for kids. If you are reading it to find out information on how Darth Maul survived then all the have to read is the prologue and the final chapter and epilogue. Overall it is an enjoyable read and sheds light on the childhood and training of Darth Maul.

  • Darth Maul was the best book i read for the star wars series that had to deal with the darth vader series.

  • I loved this book PLEASE TAKE A LOOK. It really goes into detail on Maul`s training and his undercover ops missions for Lord Sidious. READ

  • The Wrath of Darth Maul by Ryder Windham is a sci-fi book about the Star Wars character Darth Maul. I really enjoyed the book, it's beyond what I expected it to be. It shows how dark Maul's childhood was and what he went through in his training to become his master's apprentice. Before I read this book I hardly knew background information about Maul because all I saw of him was in the movie, Star Wars the Phantom Menace and the show, Star Wars the Clone Wars. That's what I really liked about the [...]

  • Previously posted on Purely by Faith Reviews.My Review:The book started off with Darth Maul killing a rat… and eating it uncooked. Ew. The beginning was slow, basically about how he was “tortured” by a robot. I got interested in the book when SPOILER!! Maul was enrolled to attend Orsis Academy END SPOILER!! It took me about two weeks to finish this. I nearly cried at one part, pages 133-136. I don’t want to spoil anything… but The Wrath of Darth Maul was so sad, yet made me mad and dis [...]

  • Nothing remarkable. I was slightly interested in the very beginning, but it quickly became redundant. Maul was Force sensitive and trained by Sidious. Training consisted of getting beat up, punished, and generally existing in pain. When Maul commits an error, pain. When Maul believes he may be granted a reprieve, pain. When nothing more can be done to him, pain. Then, he meets the Jedi and if you've picked up this book you probably already know what happens to Darth Maul. If you are a huge Star [...]

  • For fans of Maul I assume that fans of Darth Maul will find this interesting, but on the whole it is anticlimactic. Without giving away anything, I’ll simply say that the story is hardly fleshed out beyond what we knew from the films. Sure, you see Maul’s upbringing, but, it could easily be guessed. There’s very little here to recommend.

  • In the movie "The Phantom Menace" (Star Wars Prequel #1), Darth Maul had a small role (on screen for 15 minutes?? but was an iconic character all the same. This book traces his beginnings from a small boy training for an unknown master, into a Sith Apprentice. We see the rise and fall of Darth Maul in a nice easy to read story.

  • I really enjoyed learning more about character past. I would recom this to any star wars fan.I enjoyed how the timeline flowed through the story. I would recommend this story to anyone who likes fun fiction or is a star wars fan.

  • Short but good, gives some new details and reference points to Darth Mauls backstory. Worth the read Short but good, gives some new details and reference points to Darth Mauls backstory. Worth the read. Similar to other books in the series

  • This is a YA version of Darth Maul's training and a quick version of his missions in The Phantom Menace. The most remarkable and enjoyable thing about this was Darth Sidious. His dialogue is superbly menacing.

  • A lot of information was recycled here, especially Jude Watson's 'Episode One Journal: Darth Maul' who he credits at the end. It was well told and successfully manages to make Maul a sympathetic character (something I think The Clone Wars failed at if that's what it was trying for). I enjoyed this.

  • A detailed account of Darth Maul Fascinating and detailed. This book details the rise and fall of Darth Maul. From being trained by Darth Sidious to his climatic battle with Obi Wan, you will not be disappointed with this book.

  • Loved it! What more Maul, an intergalactic and intriguing character. I am anxious to read the next two installments.

  • 5 StarsI love the character of Darth Maul. I was so glad he got more screen time in the animated series the clone wars and rebels.

  • Jezreel B.Book: The Wrath Of Darth Maul The book starts with him in a steel room with one window on the planet Mustafar. A droid comes in and teaches him about planets, creatures, words, exercise, and he’d have to answer them correctly or else he’d get a painful shock. Every day he did his exercise, signaled by a chime. The only other person that came was a hooded man. Once the droid brought a bright yellow and green snake that was venomous. He had to fight it and kill it. One day the droid [...]

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