Because even evil masterminds can benefit from the library, here's a list of some of our recommendations for Darth Vader to learn more about his past and move toward his ideal future.
OUR ROBOTS, OURSELVES: ROBOTICS AND THE MYTHS OF AUTONOMY
by David A.Mindell
We know you're all about creating destructive technology, but you may want to think again. In this book, an MIT professor outlines provocative arguments for the crucial role of people in a changing technological landscape, discussing cutting-edge advances and the unintended consequences of a robotics-driven future.
BOOK OF SITH: SECRETS FROM THE DARK SIDE
by Daniel Wallace
I'm not sure how this author collected his information, but this seems like information you desperately need. Collects the five remaining chronicles of the Sith lords, detailing how each lord rose to power and explaining the philosophies and methods behind the dark side of the Force.
by Niccolo Machiavelli
Records the Italian statesman's classic statement on the nature of government and the means by which political power is obtained. Undoubedtly useful for you as you seek galactic domination.
ADVANCED GENEALOGY RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
by George G. Morgan
Wondering where your family came from before Tatooinne? Learn how to use innovative techniques to unearth hard-to-find ancestors. The authors use up-to-date and highly organized methods and techniques to show you how to find the elusive details to round out your genealogy research, and get past the brick walls that have stumped you. They cover a variety of software programs and specialized genealogy tools, and even address using modern social networking as a practical source.
SCREAMFREE PARENTING : THE REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO RAISING YOUR KIDS WITHOUT LOSING YOUR COOL
by Hal Edward Runkel
I know losing your temper is easy, but that's a particularly dangerous problem when everyone in your family carries around lightsabers. ScreamFree Parenting is not just about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calm your emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own behavior more than your kids’ behavior, for their benefit. Avoid losing your cool, and maybe your family can avoid losing more limbs!