Read an Excerpt from Paul S Kemp’s Star Wars: The Old Republic – Deceived

23 Jun

Yep, Paul’s gotten the okay to post an un-proofed excerpt of Deceived (coming in December). 🙂 The excerpt features the awesome character on the cover – Darth Malgus – and now you can watch a certain cinematic and have some awesome detail in the bargain!

Check out the except here – really looking forward to this! December is wayy too long to wait!


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Posted by on June 23, 2010 in Announcements


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One response to “Read an Excerpt from Paul S Kemp’s Star Wars: The Old Republic – Deceived

  1. AlexJ

    June 24, 2010 at 12:38 am

    Wicked cool cover!


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