Details for Wallace’s Book of Sith revealed

With New York Comic Con just around the corner, details of Daniel Wallace’s Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side have emerged. From the press release:

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…. Fragments of five essential dark side texts were passed among numerous Sith and Jedi—Darth Sidious, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Asajj Ventress, Mace Windu, Quinlan Vos, and others—who added their comments to the pages. Through the years, Darth Sidious pilfered and secreted away these texts, along with various objects created by his most powerful predecessors. Using this collected knowledge, the Emperor wrote his own manifesto, a sixth text, as well as a preface for the compilation. Each original text sheds light on the plots, exploits, and philosophy of the infamous Sith Order.

It also includes images of the case. The ‘artifacts’ include “a scrap of a Sith burial shroud, a battle map from the Great Galactic War, a diagram of Palpatine’s master plan, an Empire propaganda poster, and a note from Luke Skywalker.”

The release of the book has been pushed back a tad, to February 10. Check out our exclusive interview with Daniel Wallace on Book of Sith!

5 Replies to “Details for Wallace’s Book of Sith revealed”

  1. Thanks Dunc! I was hoping that James’ interview for CJ could help break some of this news but I flubbed the timing. Love you guys.

  2. I can’t wait to read the note from Luke Skywalker, not to mention the comments from Darth Vader (especially after seeing his comments in The Jedi Path).

    Does it play The Imperial March when it opens? ;)

  3. Cool. Looks even more elaborate than the Jedi Path box.

    Be interesting to see what information is included in the book. I can’t see the Sith having as many formal rules as the Jedi, so I’m imagining something a lot less structured than TJP.

    Also, do all the characters comment on all the texts, or did some of the documenats only fall into the hands of some of the people?

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