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Review: Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Hidden Past

on March 10, 2014

Title: Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Hidden Past

Author: Jude Watson

Rating: fourstars


“If routine you count on, disappointed your hopes will bet. It is better to expect nothing, and let each moment surprise you.”

Nothing is lost where the Force dwells, and the Force is everywhere.

When Qui-Gon Jinn and his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi are hijacked to the planet Phindar during a mission they find themselves caught in the middle of a civil war between the planets inhabitants and the greedy syndicate that controls them they find that not only are their lives at stake, but something far more potent…their memories.

It’s Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan’s first official mission together since they became Master and padawan! Huzzah! Despite this book being intended for a younger audience I enjoyed it immensely. It was a pretty short read however it was not at all lacking in story or character development. I was really intrigued by the political unrest in Phindar and how the Jedi solved the issues plaguing the natives. And I also really enjoyed watching Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon interact as they learned to trust one another and form a stronger bond.

Love this series so far!


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