The Trail of the Jedi by Jude Watson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book is the worst for Anakin and Obi-Wan butting heads. When we see inside their thoughts [third-person omniscient] we see that they both have doubts, but rather than being open and honest with each other, they keep it to themselves and this drives a wedge between them. That is the point of most of this book, but the point should be the bonding and becoming like brothers. The action is this novel is not what was expected and it is an enjoyable read. We do get to see some team work and bonding and more importantly, we get to see (view spoiler) to give the series a focus on someone other than the Sith for a change. This one is probably the best of the four [audiobooks] in this series, even through I gave the first three 3 stars each.
Check out all my reviews of the audiobooks in this series:
Also shows, Junior Novelization of Attack of the Clones [not reviewed]
1. The Way of the Apprentice,
3. The Dangerous Games,
4. The Master of Disguise, or
read my review of the Jedi Quest series as a whole.
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