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Review: Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Fight for Truth

on March 20, 2014

Title: Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Fight for Truth

Author: Jude Watson

Rating: fourstars


“If darkness lies ahead of me, I will fight it,” Obi-Wan resolved.
Qui-Gon put a hand on his shoulder. “We will fight it together, Padawan.”

In this latest book in the Jedi Apprentice series, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan team up with Adi and Siri. another Jedi Padawan team to travel to the remote planet of Kegan, after hearing about a Force sensitive child that may be there. But Kegan is a strange planet, one that is not used to outsiders, especially Jedi from the Republic. And after questioning a few of the natives, it seems that everyone is being brainwashed into thinking that everyone and everything that is NOT from Kegan is dangerous. And they do not appreciate the influence of outsiders.

This was a great read! It was interesting to see Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan teamed up with other Jedi, just to see how they all interact with each other and how they handle missions together. Every Jedi has his or her own methods of handling situations and it was very interesting to see how they clashed with each other and eventually all learned to work together to handle the situation on a hostile planet with which they were unfamiliar. Obi-Wan is growing more mature and handling volatile situations better than he had in previous books, which added to the enjoyment of this book.


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