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[Epub] ➝ The Threat Within (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, #18) Author Jude Watson – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

The Threat Within (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, #18)When Obi Wan Kenobi Started Off As Qui Gon Jinn S Apprentice, He Was Just A Boy Now, On The Verge Of Manhood, He Is Starting On The Path That Will Lead Him To Become A Jedi Knight And The Master Of His Own Fate.As Obi Wan And Qui Gon Investigate A Strange Wave Of Planetary Sabotages, They Find Their Relationship Shifting Sometimes In A Dangerous Direction As Events Turn Deadly, Their Lives May Never Be The Same Again.

[Epub] ➝ The Threat Within (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, #18) Author Jude Watson – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 130 pages
  • The Threat Within (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, #18)
  • Jude Watson
  • English
  • 22 September 2018
  • 9780439139373

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➝ The Threat Within (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, #18) Author Jude Watson – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    I have received a LOT of static for reading this kids series but I thoroughly enjoyed it I just recently found out that all of the Star Wars books are officially sanctioned by Lucas himself, conforming to his standards and input I originally thought the books were unrelated fan fiction stories in which I wasn t interested.The series fills in the relationship between Qui Gon and Obi Wan that sets up the events of The Phantom Menace Obi Wan Kenobi is a rich character who is one of the few characters that we know the predominance of their life story through his becoming a Jedi in this series of books to his death later in the original Star Wars movie.Jude Watson handles the material with an expert touch While this finale is one of the less interesting stories, the series contains fascinating revealtions such as the couple who warn Qui Gon and Obi Wan about the rise of the Empire decades before ...


  2. says:

    Surprisingly light, considering the bloodbath of many previous volumes


  3. says:

    This is part of a series but this one can be read as a standalone This series is aimed at the younger audience and explores the relationship between Qui Gon and Obi Wan In this one, Jedi master and padawan are sent to a planet where sabotage is affecting the work environment and the inhabitants are blaming a neighboring planet for these attacks.I didn t care for this offering in this series The highlight of this series is the relationship between Jedi master and padawan and that holds true for this book Qui Gon is realizing that Obi Wan is close to becoming a peer instead of his pupil and he knows he must accept this even if it pains him This means giving him responsibility to act of his own accord and this is equivalent to a parent trusting their child and believing that their teachings will guide them The rest of the book fell flat The reason this planet came known to the Jedi wa...


  4. says:

    Story 6 10 A solid story to usher in Obi Wan as a Jedi knight


  5. says:

    Star Wars Legends Project 58 Background The Threat Within came out in March 2002 It was written by Jude Watson The Threat Within begins some months after The Only Witness my review , 40 years before the Battle of Yavin and 8 years before The Phantom Menace Most of the characters are brand new, one 0ff characters with brief appearances by Yoda, Mace Windu, and Jocasta Nu.Summary Bored after a long stretch of Temple life, Obi Wan is relieved when he and Gui Gon are sent on a mission to mediate a dispute between two worlds in the Vorzyd system But they soon discover that the situation is complex than they had expected The conflict brings back unpleasant memories for Obi Wan, while Qui Gon struggles to allow his maturing apprentice to take a active role in guiding their actions as a team, as he comes to grips with Obi Wan s inevitable ascension to Knighthood.Review Well, talk about ending the series with a whimper instead of a bang Between the last stand alone and this one, the Jedi Apprentice series really just peters out after the conclusion of the Tahl arc It seems like there really wasn t anywhere left to go, but they had a few months to fill with product before the release of Attack of the Clones unlocked a whole new section of timeline to fill, so we get a couple of totally bland formula entries to finish things out In...


  6. says:

    A pleasant one book adventure finale to the series not including the Special Editions sees Qui Gon and Obi Wan turn a corner in their relationship The master finally accepts his Padawan can be trusted and is a partner, not just an apprentice, and they move to a new phase in their relationship of cooperation Qui Gon remains his slightly aloof self and Obi Wan remains an under confident teena...


  7. says:

    Final entry in the regular Jedi Apprentice series there are two Special Editions It s really interesting to see Obi Wan maturing and developing and how Qui Gon deals with that The cover and blurb on this book are misleading and suggest...


  8. says:

    This one was seriously heart wrenching knowing Qui Gon s fate He spends most of this book musing about Obi Wan, which was better than grieving Obi Wan grows by leaps and bounds as well It s a great set up for Phantom Menace.


  9. says:

    Number 18 in the series and I think that is it.Obi Wan has matured into his Jedi role, and Qui Gon is allowing him to make decisions.This tale involves 2 sister planets, with one accusing the other of sabotage But the threat to the planet is from within


  10. says:

    2.5

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