Die Suche nach der Wahrheit (Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice #9)
Peace over anger.
Honor over hate.
Strength over fear.
Most people on the planet Kegan don't want to have anything to do with the rest of the galaxy. But when a young potential Jedi is discovered there, Qui-Gon Jinn, Adi Gallia, and their apprentices, Obi-Wan and Siri, are compelled to visit this strangely isolated world.
They are not welcomed with open arms. Instead, Qui-Go...more
La cantidad de guiños a todo lo oscuro que va a suceder en el futuro (lo que serían las películas) que hubo en este volumen me emocionó bastante.
Hasta ahora, si no me equivoco, en ninguno de los libros anteriores había pasado algo así.
Triste pero emocionante.
Qui-Gon put a hand on his shoulder. "We will fight it together, Padawan."
In this latest book in the Jedi Apprentice series, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan team up with Adi and Siri. another Jedi Padawan team to travel to the remote planet of Kegan, after hearing about a Force sensitive child that may be there. But Kegan is a strange planet, one that is not used to outsiders, especially Jedi from the Republic. And after questioning a few of t ...more
Background: The Fight for Truth came out in August 2000. It was written by Jude Watson.
The Fight for Truth begins some weeks after The Day of Reckoning (my review), 44 years before the Battle of Yavin and 12 years before The Phantom Menace. The book features Jedi Knight Adi Gallia, who appears as a member of the Jedi Council in The Phantom Menace, and her new apprentice Siri Tachi, who first appeared in The Captive Temple (my review), and who will play a major role ...more
I am trying to make my way through all of the expanded universe Star Wars books and comics. I'm trying to read them in order, using the Wookieepedia list. The number of stars I give each book is simply based on how much I enjoyed the story, not a comment on the quality of the literature.
These novels by Jude Watson are about the equivalent of watching a Clone Wars cartoon episode. This said, they are not as light and juvenile as I thought they would be. This episod ...more
The Jedi are told not to disturb the peace, but find themselves in such a situation. They all learn how to work in pairs, which is great for Siri's growth after seeing her in previous books.
Yet O-Vieve, one of the leaders, has visions of destruction t ...more
They are not welcomed with open arms. Instead, Qui-Gon and Adi find themselves caught in a web of deception while Obi-Wan and Siri are imprisoned in a school where thought is dictated, dissent is forbidden, and detention is permanen ...more