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The rise and fall of Darth Vader By Ryder Windham
Star Wars: Rise and Fall of Darth Vader
In his dream, he saw his own dark form standing upon the open terrace that clung to the curved outer wall of Bast Castle, his private fortress on the planet Vjun. Freezing acidic rain pelted his helmet, and high winds tore at his black cloak with incredible fury, as if the weather itself was doing its best to kill him along with anything else that attempted to live on the barren world. And yet Vader felt more alive than he had in years. The walls were lined with automated heating vents that dried his garments as he strode to the dimly illuminated observatory. Although few had ever treaded within his fortress, he was not surprised to find the young man who stood at the center of the domed-ceiling chamber. Clad in form-fitting black clothes, Luke had his back to Vader as he examined a three-dimensional star map that was suspended in the air above a holoprojector.
Scheduled for release in October ,  it was released early in September of the same year. It re-tells the story of all six Star Wars films from the point of view of Darth Vader. This is the legendary story of Anakin Skywalker as it's never been told before - through his eyes…. The book begins with Darth Vader dreaming for the first time in years while aboard the Executor shortly before it departs for the second Death Star. Vader thinks about his son and his master and wonders if he is having a premonition of the future. He dreams of the experiences he had as Anakin Skywalker, reminiscing about his life.