Audible Review: StarWars Aftermath: Empire's End
Following "Star Wars: Aftermath" and "Star Wars: Life Debt," Chuck Wendig delivers the exhilarating conclusion to the "New York Times" bestselling trilogy set in the years between "Return of the Jedi" and "The Force Awakens."
It took me an exceptionally long time to listen to this because I did not want it to end. These books were a great listen and one day when my Audible listen pile shrinks a little I will listen again.
I was heartbroken for much of this book, the senselessness of it all. I cried a lot, as I did through much of the series. Wendig really brought the emotion for me. I loved these characters like they were family.
I finished it yesterday and I am still a little raw from the whole experience. It's kind of like how I still need a minute (or ten) after watching Rogue One to compose myself. I loved the book, I loved how you can see where the First Order gets it's beginnings. And I loved how it raised so many questions that need answers. Cause I am crazy like that.