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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Related Stories in chronological order: The Call to Vengeance. Both are grieving and we get to see that, we get to understand how they’re unpacking their having been xpprentice by Obi-Wan’s choice to stay behind. The master can only do so much for the padawan. Oct 20, Jim C rated it really liked it. Back on the right path Deceptions Special Editions 2: The stories are getting more developed, thanks to the recurrence of certain characters and settings, and as such, they’re getting more interesting.

Jun 24, M. This ptah part of a series that explores the relationship between Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan.

Jul 22, Jen rated it really liked it. To view it, click here. However, he is not immediately welcomed with open arms for the Temple plot thickens when an assassination attempt is made on Yoda. This was the follow up of the story that shocked me, and this particular book had me worried about Obi-Wan and his “Uncertain Path” Gladly the two of them unite again and I can’t wait how the thing in the Temple unravels.


The Uncertain Path

The more Obi Wan feels like an outsider, the more he craves Qui-Gon’s counsel. Children heading up a government, death, remorse.

Real-world articles Articles that need plot summary Jedi Apprentice. The Uncertain Path came out in February Exile is too harsh. Specifically, this sudden change of quality seems to happen every other book. It’s page turning stuff with the jedi’ seperated, Obi Wan on the planet and the master solving a difficulty at the temple.

Mar 06, Jerry rated it really liked it. In this book, we follow up from where the previous one left off with Obi-Wan making the decision to leave the Jedi Order.

While investigating, he receives notice that Obi-Wan wishes to tbe the order. Thanks for telling us about ujcertain problem. The Dark Side by Scott Allie et al. Trivia About The Uncertain Pat In short, Jude Watson did a wonderful job with this story. It ends with Obi and Qui being reunited and ready to take on some trouble at the Jedi Temple, which is the set up for the next book. May 07, Drew Ck rated it it was amazing.

Disclaimer Due to an astonishing lack of integrity, morality and general sense in the paid reviews community, we are hereby distancing ourselves from the apprdntice that is currently ruining the world in pursuit of a quick buck. I started reading this series because I love Qui-Gon Jinn and couldn’t get enough of him. Fail as a Jedi but live as a commoner who upholds the Jedi values If he was older, maybe he would have known to negotiate a third option.

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If Qui-Gon refuses to take him back, it’s like a man throwing a child back aporentice the orphanage for his first major misconduct. The first thing I liked about the book was the writing. The Mark of the Crown. That I think is moderately literate at all. Bean added it Shelves: It is well written, of course, and Tahl is an intriguing character although her droid needs to go away and never come back but it just felt like a huge set up.

I have no idea why. 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.

Dec 11, David rated it it was amazing. Obi Wan is ubcertain seen as an outsider by the other members of the council, and his contributions to security, as well as to the new government overall, are questioned. That story arc was great; I really appreciated how Watson was able to get into grief and history and connection and power and fear and all sorts of things that are huge and hard to put in a middle-grade book like this.

And Obi-Wan faces a lot of hard decisions. Obi-Wan made the decision to leave, so why is everyone blaming Qui-Gon?