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Here are some BOOK OF SITH photos off Star Wars artists Chris Trevas and Chris Reiff's Facebook pages.
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Ok, now I want this book: Monsters from Book of Sith

Daniel Wallace also has a bunch of links for previews and interviews here
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That's an interesting picture of a terentatek, but I prefer this one:

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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Ok, now I want this book: Monsters from Book of Sith


I knew you'd like that, Skuls! Smile
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
Ok, now I want this book: Monsters from Book of Sith

Daniel Wallace also has a bunch of links for previews and interviews here


Well, I already decided un purchasing this book, but those monsters are indeed awsome. I love Terryl Whitlatch style of art and her "The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide" is one of my favorite SW-reference books. Her creatures are always so realistic , like she just really sat there sketching while looking at these beasts.
This War Behemoth from TotJ for example just really comes alive in this drawing.


Another great bonus to a bound to be awesome book/artefact. (or however this combination of toy and book is called, does anyone know?)
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On a semi-related note, does anyone know if they have put out text from the other books written by Sidious? I don't remember anything from Jedi Versus Sith.


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Nothing exactly like what we'll see in this, I think. I do remember notes from the journal of Emperor Palpatine that were included in the beginning of several chapters in Order 66, but not much else that I can think of.
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The price tag of the Book of the Sith gives me pause. $60+ for a fictional book is a bit excessive isn't it?

For those those of you who are reading or have the Book of the Sith, is it worth the price?
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A friend of mine got it and all the extras make it worth it, and its cheaper than The Jedi Path when it came out. I'll personally be waiting for the regular version that comes as a standalone but is also about a sixth of the price (I'm broke...).
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Yeah, the whole package is pricey, but if it's anything like The Jedi Path than it will be worth it. You do have to keep in mind that you'll be paying for the book as well as the extras.
If you look at it like that than I think it's a decent price to pay for a fun "experience". I think I'm not overstating if I call the Jedi Path that.
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Lord Ree'dius wrote:
Yeah, the whole package is pricey, but if it's anything like The Jedi Path than it will be worth it. You do have to keep in mind that you'll be paying for the book as well as the extras.
If you look at it like that than I think it's a decent price to pay for a fun "experience". I think I'm not overstating if I call the Jedi Path that.


I watched an unboxing on Youtube and I was so bloody excited.
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Me too! The Holocron design is kriffin' amazing!
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