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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I started reading this series because I love Qui-Gon Jinn and couldn’t get enough of him. I loved the ending from the last book and this picks up that story line. But when he is reunited fhe Obi-Wan, he falls back into the same foolish pattern. I knew that Obi-Wan was a little shit when he was younger but come on, him voluntarily kicking himself out of the Jedi Order for friends and maybe a love interest?
Even in the movies, Qui-Gon is different from Mace Windu, both of whom in turn are different from Yoda, and how each character uses the Force differs. In this one, Obi-Wan has left the Jedi Order and searches for a place on his pah adopted world.
To ask other readers questions about The Uncertain Pathplease sign up. I think both of the storylines are done moderately well, and the writing is able to bring it to life, and the story also has a lot of emotional moments that make the book surprisingly quite memorable.
The Ties That Bind. Qui Gon goes back to the Jedi Council where he tries tracking a bad guy, he finds out it is a padawan he almost chose but he chose Obi Wan instead.
Feb 21, Hannah Kaye rated it it was ok. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Children of the Jedi Unceetain Planet of Twilight Dec 07, Luke Ewell rated it it was amazing Shelves: The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia’s notability guideline for books. The problem with this is that the boy wants very much to be a Jedi because he wants to help others.
Having grown up with such a love, I figured in middle school that if I enjoy watching Star Wars and Star Trek I would enjoy reading it as well.
He zpprentice less likable with each passing book where he holds Obi-Wan at arms’ length. He literally backed a thirteen year old boy into the corner with only two options: Contents [ show ].
Scale 1 Is this book in English? Easily one apprrentice the stronger and more enjoyable entries in patj Star Wars EU. Jedi Healer Jedi Trial Yoda: If the Jedi Order doesn’t take him back, it’s an orphan being left on the street.
Meanwhile, back on Coruscant, Qui-Gon is devastated over the loss of his padawan but soon gets caught up in the mystery of thievery in the Jedi Temple and along with the other Masters, works hard uncdrtain try and determine the culprit. He also finds himself in a very dangerous situation. 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. But it still does the job well enough Obi Wan is different, too, partly due to his age, but also due to him being as different from those other three are as they are to one another.
This is big stuff, despite apprntice fact that Episode I tells us that this won’t last, because if anyone were ever born to be a part of the Order, it’s Obi Wan Kenobi. Since the issue between Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan tne over into this book as well, my aggravation unfortunately continued. Yet for a fan of Obi-Wan the rather uncertwin reading was not going to deter me as the story is still good all the same.
The stories are getting more developed, thanks to the recurrence of certain characters and settings, and as such, they’re getting more interesting. This book and the previous one put that trust to a test. Ultimately, the book managed to juggle two tense storylines pretty effectively.
The Uncertain Path
To answer the first question is because it is polite and makes it easier to address you. We see the last book’s follow-up in this disastrous conclusion and me shaking my head and wondering how this planet became what it did. Can you see now why I’m so upset when readers complain only about how it’s only Obi-Wan’s fault and not Qui-Gon’s?
Having read the first patj books in the series, I feel that quality wise that this series is somewhat inconsistent.
A First I need to explain about me and Star Wars. As the revolution continues, fr Obi-Wan Kenobi is no longer a Jedi. You are commenting using your Facebook account. November Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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Specifically, this sudden change of quality seems to happen every other book. And they spent the whole book uncertaib, and then Obi-Wan got stuck in the middle of a politically disintegrating planet, and all his friends got mad at him! They weren’t blaming Qui-Gon for Obi-Wan’s choice — more like, they were blaming him for being too harsh.
The Uncertain Path by Jude Watson
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I think that this was probably the best part of the book by far.
Mar 06, Jerry rated it really liked it. The Defenders of the Dead. It’s actually a really good one and some great development for Obi Wan. If he makes the decision and decides to break away from being a Jedi, aside from talking it out, there isn’t too much more that can jexi done.