The Uncertain Path has ratings and 53 reviews. Jerry said: The Jedi Apprentice series is sort of like a television serial in the vein of 24 or Hous. The Uncertain Path. By. Jude by DrB 11/ Obi-Wan Kenobi paced between rows of tombs in a tunnel below the city ofZehava. Overhead, a. Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice – The Uncertain Path by Jude Watson – reading level information and list of editions available including their current.
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If the Jedi Order doesn’t take him back, it’s an orphan being left on the street.
Book Review – Jedi Apprentice: The Uncertain Path by Jude Watson | Book In The Bag
Mar 20, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: He contacts Qui-Gon and he rushes to help. Children heading up a government, death, remorse. Because we’re all looking forward to a day when depressing notices such as this one are no longer required.
He literally backed a thirteen year old boy into the corner with only two options: Children of the Jedi Darksaber Planet of Twilight Also, because it’s telling two stories in the same amount of space where it normally tells one, both stories felt as brief as the books earlier in the series did. Bean added it Shelves: Dec 11, David rated it it was amazing.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Mar 06, Brad rated it really liked it Shelves: But how far will the problems go? Views Read Edit View history. It’s not pleasant to read about what happens between the former Master and Padawan.
Obi-Wan is on his own. This book and the previous one put that trust to a test. A hit I found back in high school, was a series of books about none other than my favorite Jedi, Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Young eventually win the war, but then are left with establishing a new government, rebuilding after the war, and all the other problems of running a war-torn planet. Just like any type of book, there is a hit and miss apprrntice.
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Obi Wan is lost. Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google. He also finds himself in a very dangerous situation. Each book is a stand alone but the one before this one should be read as books five and six could be considered as one story.
I think the Temple story arc needs some help, which I’m hoping the uncerhain book will deliver it’s another cliffhanger, be ready.
He’s now part of the Young faction but is content with his decision.
It was written by Jude Watson. I recommend reading the series in order, but Jedi Apprentice is definitely worthwhile reading for all Star Wars fans. Events that occur between 44 and 40 years before the Battle of Yavin.
The Uncertain Path
However, soon everything goes wrong. The resolution of affairs on the planet was poignant, so that was a bonus for this volume. When Qui-Gon took Obi-Wan on as his apprentice, it’s our equivalent of a man adopting a child from an orphanage. While investigating, he receives notice that Obi-Wan wishes to rejoin the order.
The Call to Vengeance.
Although it was entirely Obi-Wan’s decision to quit his apprenticeship, the blame is put on Qui-Gon apprsntice the other jedi masters. This has pretty heavy material for kids. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Saying sorry doesn’t make the wrong go away.
Anyway, here is the legal bit: Part of being nedi Jedi was recognizing that one’s own wisdom had limits. Young folk reading this would be clamoring for some of the forgiveness and elasticity that gets shown here–and, honestly, I was a bit glad to see it just to have a more human element to the Jedi.
The Young cease their internal struggle and succeed in uniting the Melida and the Daan factions under one government. Thus I picked up from where I could last remember reading and it was in the middle of a story arch that I had nearly forgotten.
I just hope this crap is resolved soon. Qui-Gon is no longer around to help him.