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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Judy Watson,Jude Watson
  • ISBN:
    0613438604
  • ISBN13:
    978-0613438605
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    Rebound by Sagebrush (January 2002)
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    Literature & Fiction
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Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Ties That Bind. The Only Witness" is book 17 of the 18 Jedi Apprentice books. Sadly, I must say that this book is one of the weakest stories of the whole series

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Ties That Bind. Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Deadly Hunter. The Shattered Peace (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice, Book 10). Jude Watson. Sadly, I must say that this book is one of the weakest stories of the whole series. The plot was interesting but never has the climaxes, twists and turns we have come to expect from Jude Watson.

Judy Blundell, better known to Star Wars fans by her pseudonym, Jude Watson, is the author of numerous Star Wars young reader novels. Jude Watson is an author specializing in the prequel era of Star Wars

Judy Blundell, better known to Star Wars fans by her pseudonym, Jude Watson, is the author of numerous Star Wars young reader novels. Jude Watson is an author specializing in the prequel era of Star Wars.

Judy Blundell, pseudonym Jude Watson, is an American author of books for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers

Judy Blundell, pseudonym Jude Watson, is an American author of books for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers. She won the annual National Book Award for Young People's Literature in 2008 for the young adult novel What I Saw and How I Lied, published under her real name by Scholastic Books. Blundell is better known as Jude Watson, an author of books set in the Star Wars universe.

these are the early adventures of Anakin Skywalker, written by the best-selling author of JEDI APPRENTICE. Set between Episode I and Episode II, JEDI QUEST traces the emergence and education of Anakin Skywalker as a young Jedi devoted to the Force - and tempted by its dark side. On a foggy night in Amsterdam, a man falls from a rooftop to the wet pavement below. It's Alfie McQuinn, the notorious cat burglar, and he's dying.

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Jude watson series: Star Wars. Nobody knows her name. A Jedi Master loses his hold on his apprentice. The starling conclusion to the Jedi Quest series. An evil crime family controls the fate of a planet

Jude watson series: Star Wars. Nobody knows when she will strike. All they know is that she is a deadly bounty hunter-and her latest mission has taken her to Coruscant, home of the Jedi. Her target: an old friend of Qui-Gon Jinn's. Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker are closer than ever to capturing their fiercest rival, the mysterious Granta Omega. Only one witness can bring them down-someone from the inside.

Ferus Olin's allegiance is to the Jedi. But when he's summoned to see the Emperor, the Sith Lord makes him an offer he can't refuse. If he can manage to prevent a planet from plunging into chaos, the Empire will spare Ferus's captured friends. And if he d. Underworld (Star Wars: The Last of the Jedi, by Jude Watson. Master and apprentice. So it has been for many generations wit.

Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Obi-Wan could only guess at what was running through her mind. She had been through so much, come so far.

The group left the consulate and went directly to the Senate. Obi-Wan could only guess at what was running through her mind. Now her fate was in the hands of strangers. Would they believe her? Would they care? Lena's voice did not wobble as she spoke out about the Cobral.


Coidor
My son is a Star Wars fanatic and found this series at the school library. Unfortunately, they had only a couple...just enough to get him really into it! So we purchased the ones the library was missing. There are 18 in all and they were a pretty quick read for him. They take place before The Phantom Menace and feature Qui-gon Jinn and Obi Wan. My son definitely recommends these and I recommend them for young adults.
Corgustari
Good book of back issued comics. The Omnibus series is a great way to get caught up with comics no longer in print
huckman
My 9 yr old son loves this series. This is another fun installment.
Mozel
bought for a special need child who is totally immersed in the series. Great value for him
Camper
"The Only Witness": Qui-Gon Jinn is still grieving from the death of his loved one, Jedi Knight Tahl. Though still worried about his condition, the Council decides to finally send him on a new mission. Obi-Wan Kenobi is relieved to be on an assignment, but wonders if his master can handle it. They travel to the planet of Frego to find then escort witness Lena Cobral back to Coruscant. Since because her testimony could bring the downfall of an evil crime family on the planet, the Jedi must ensure her safety. The mission was supposed to be an easy one. Unfortunately, the two Jedi must keep their wits about them as they must try to distinguish truth from lies.
"The Only Witness" is book 17 of the 18 Jedi Apprentice books. Sadly, I must say that this book is one of the weakest stories of the whole series. The plot was interesting but never has the climaxes, twists and turns we have come to expect from Jude Watson. The whole first part of the story is not that intriguing though fortunately the ending was very well done. On the plus side to the story, Jude Watson vividly and beautifully writes down Qui-Gon's emotion and grief on paper exceptionally well. Obi-Wan's character is also well-written, his confusion and helplessness in giving support to his Master is expressed to the reader without feeling overdone. On the downside though, I just couldn't really like the character of Lena Cobral very much. She's very much of an uneven character, and I just couldn't keep up with her changes from a strong, noble woman to a weak and emotional one. Ah well, I just guess I've been spoiled from all the previous books. :-) I still do recommend Jedi Apprentice fans to read this book, for first timers, I suggest you read from the very first book then work up through the whole series.
A bit of info on the whole Jedi Apprentice Series. This series explains a lot about how Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan first meet. Their beginning is far from simple and all smooth-sailings, which would be pretty monotonous if it was. Though the books are said for ages 9-12, like many other reviewers I agree that the Jedi Apprentice Series are for anybody. Extremely well-written, the emotions, thoughts, and feelings of the main characters are very well put down into words. I also like the different array of humans and aliens which are portrayed, both good and bad.
Plus check out the new Jedi Quest series, dealing with the master and apprentice duo of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. Another Star Wars Series I recommend and like a lot are the Young Jedi Knights series. The stories are about Jacen and Jaina Solo (twins of Han and Leia Solo), and their friends as they journey on the road to becoming Jedi Knights. More on the teenager level of reading. For adult readings, a few selections I enjoy reading are "The Thrawn Trilogy", "Rogue Planet", "The Jedi Academy Trilogy", "The Corellian Trilogy", and "The Truce at Bakura".
Mardin
This book wasn't the best, but frankly it wasn't the worst either. The plot was a little less complicated than usual, and the emphasis was definitely focused on the characters, but I actually found that refreshing. Also, this book wasn't meant to be an epic, just a quick, one book adventure, giving Qui-Gon time to at last come to terms with Tahl's death, and repair his relationship and trust with Obi-Wan, and it accomplished these goals very well. Anyway, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan haven't been on a mission in months, because Qui-Gon is still deep in mourning over Tahl, so much so that he even feels burdoned by Obi-Wan's presence. The Force couldn't save the one he loved, so how can he constantly tell his apprentice to trust in it? Finally, the Council gets tired of waiting around for Qui-Gon to come to his senses by himself, so they decide to send him and Obi-Wan on a mission whether they like it or not, a fairly easy one that involves protecting beautiful young widow Lena as she makes her way to Coruscant to testify against her husband's potential murderer. When they get there however, Lena informs them that she really has no evidence to convict, but she desperately needs their protection from the numerous foes in her dead husband's crime lord family. Qui-Gon wants to leave immediately and let her fend for herself, but ever soft-hearted Obi-Wan (who seems to have developed a bit of a "crush" on Lena) begs him to let them stay and watch out for her while she collects evidence, and he reluctantly agrees. It's then that things start turning strange... Anyway, like I said this book isn't one of best in the series, but it does clear the ice for the next one, which unfortunately is the final book in this exceptional series.