JEDI APPRENTICE THE UNCERTAIN PATH PDF

JEDI APPRENTICE THE UNCERTAIN PATH PDF

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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Then why not review this story yourself? Like Mace so aptly said, and I paraphrase “You are not a child anymore so why are you acting like one? The jeri can only do so much for the padawan. But how far will the problems go?

I just hope this crap is resolved soon. Oct 20, Jim C rated it really liked it.

The Uncertain Path

Jun 11, Jurgen rated it it was amazing. We see the last book’s follow-up in this disastrous conclusi I knew that Obi-Wan was a little shit when he was younger but come on, him voluntarily kicking himself out of the Hhe Order for friends and maybe a love interest? The stories are getting more developed, thanks apprrentice the recurrence of certain characters and settings, and as such, they’re getting more interesting.

Jedi Apprentice Children’s science fiction novel apperntice s children’s novel stubs s science fiction novel stubs Star Wars stubs. I swear, they’re like an on and off again couple who just can’t make up their minds, and it makes me a little annoyed. Every teenager goes thru the stage o Actual rating is 3. It may be missing or require expansion.

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The Uncertain Path Author: Due to an astonishing lack of integrity, morality and general sense in the paid reviews community, we are hereby distancing ourselves from the idiocy that is currently ruining the world in pursuit of a quick buck. Obi-Wan Kenobi is no longer a Jedi.

Jan 05, Michael Yankovich rated it liked it. In short, Jude Watson did a wonderful job with this story. The problem with this is that the boy wants very much to be a Jedi because he wants to help others. Aug 06, Iset rated it liked it Shelves: It ends with Obi and Qui being reunited and ready to take on some trouble at the Jedi Temple, which is the set up for the next book.

Join 3, other followers. The The Jedi Apprentice series is sort of like a television serial in the vein of 24 or House of Anubis: And here is where I found the book a little irritating. A hit I found back in high school, was a series of books about none other than my favorite Jedi, Obi-Wan Kenobi. Trivia About The Uncertain Pat Notify me of new comments via email. Yet, for a fan of Obi-Wan, unceratin rather easy reading was not going to deter me, as apprenticce story is still good all the same.

He grows less likable with each passing book where he holds Obi-Wan at arms’ length.

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Vector Prime Dark Tide I: The padawan had stolen all the padawan lightsabors and the healing crystals.

Original trilogy Episode IV: It’s true, he could improve his communication.

The writing style isn’t up to the bar set by Michael Ubcertain. Both are grieving and we get to see that, we get to understand how they’re unpacking their having been uncoupled by Obi-Wan’s choice to stay behind.

When you don’t know your own mind, you fill it with the beliefs of another. However, since Obi-Wan’s plot was a direct continuation of the last book, and Qui-Gon’s plot ends on a cliffhanger to be resolved in the next, this didn’t bother me as much as it uncerrtain before.

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Specifically, this sudden change of quality seems to happen every other book. Jedo was partly due to suspense, but also to my interest in watching the development of a seemingly minor character: It is very entertaining while delivering moral messages. As it was, he’s still a child, and if you present him with A or B, he will only choose from the options presented.

I mean I’m all for breaking the rules once in a while Everyone loves a rebel, right? You may actually find me doing a lot of that, finishing things I started long ago.