The Master of Disguise by Jude Watson
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
This book is the worst of the four books in this series that were turned into audiobooks. This however is only partly because of the plot of the book itself. Some of this also has to do with the fact that a recurring antagonist [first introduced in the second book The Trail of the Jedi] comes back, but the series is setup to continue this conflict and the listener is left hanging, unless they want to become a reader also. Beyond that this book was just okay. Master and apprentice are again separated [a common theme], but the story focuses on Anakin and pretty much abandons obi-Wan's plot. There is some interesting lightsaber training by a different Master, and although it is a shame to not see someone like Shaak Ti doing this it does serve to expand the Universe. In the end this book was kid of slow and I was disappointed to me left hanging about the series as a whole.
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,
2. The Trail of the Jedi,
3. The Dangerous Games, or
read my review of the Jedi Quest series as a whole.
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