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Star Wars: Jedi Quest: The Way of the Apprentice: Jedi Quest #01: The Way of the Apprentice (Englisch) Taschenbuch – April 2002

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  • Taschenbuch: 176 Seiten
  • Verlag: Scholastic; Auflage: Reprint (April 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0439339170
  • ISBN-13: 978-0439339179
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 8 - 11 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,3 x 13,4 x 1,2 cm
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Separated from Obi-Wan Kenobi while on a mission to a planet threatened by a toxic disaster, fourteen-year-old Anakin Skywalker and three other apprentices--including Anakin's rival--must work together to survive.

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3 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 13. Mai 2002
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Wie immercharakterisiert Jude Watson ihre Haptpersonen perfekt.
Genauso stellt man sich den jungen Anakin Skywalker vor und man versteht, warum aus ihm zwangsläufig Darth vader werden musste.
Diese Reihe ist genauso zu empfehlen, wie die Jedi Apperntice Reihe.
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Der Auftakt zu der Serie zwischen Episode 1 und 2 hat mit diesem Buch einen guten Start.

Anakin, leidenschaftlicher Bastler, folgt seiner Berufung ein Jedi zu werden. Gemeinsam mit Obi-Wan und einer Reihe für die Serie erstellter anderer Charaktere leistet der Jediorden einem Planeten Hilfe, der von einer mysteriösen Seuche befallen wird. Es folgt ein nettes Abenteuer und einige kleine Intrigen.

Jude Watson schafft es die Charakterzüge der Personen gut darzustellen. Anakin, der nicht von klein auf in den Orden aufgenommen wurde muss es schaffen sich anzupassen und den Erwartungen gerecht zu werden. Schon in dieser Zeit werden die Wurzeln für seine späteren Handlungen gesetzt. Der schwere Alltag und Konkurrenzdenken müssen von ihm gemeistert werden.

Das Buch richtet sich zwar primär an jüngere Leser bietet aber auch noch genug nette Unterhaltung für Liebhaber der Serie. Das Englisch ist wirklich sehr simpel gehalten, was es auch Personen mit einem nicht ganz so gutem Englisch erlauben müsste alles zu verstehen. Als kurze Lektüre für Zwischendurch auf jeden Fall zu empfehlen.
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My First Favorite of Jedi Quest! 27. April 2002
Von Nikki - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"The Trail of the Jedi," written by Jude Watson, begins on the planet Ragoon-6. Obi-Wan Kenobi, a Jedi Knight, has gone there for a training mission with his his Padawan, Anakin Skywalker. (Readers of the Star Wars Jedi Apprentice series may recognize this planet from book 14: "The Ties That Bind." Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan's deceased Master, took Obi-Wan there for a training mission when he was only a Padawan. It was there that Qui-Gon received his disturbing visions of Tahl, a Jedi Knight that would die after Qui-Gon pledged his life to her.) Wren, a Jedi Knight, leaves Obi-Wan and Anakin on Ragoon-6 and goes off to hide, leaving clues so that the Master-Padawan tem can track him. While on the trip, Anakin feels that he and Obi-Wan are not close and he feels "left out" when his Master does not share his feelings with him. Wren's clues lead Obi-Wan and Anakin to near-death experiences, including a flooded cavern and a den of malia -- savage beasts. While the Jedi are tracking Wren, they stumble upon Floria -- a girl about Anakin's age who cannot find her teacher and friends, whom she lost. The Jedi offer their assistance to Floria and head for their ship to contact someone for assistance. But as the Jedi are walking on their ship, they feel a surge in the Force and quickly run off the ship, right before the bomb that was planted on the Jedi's ship explodes. As Anakin rushes after a figure he saw sneaking around the ship, Floria -- the young slender girl -- used some complicated holds to keep Obi-Wan from moving . . . almost like an assassin. When Anakin pulls back the mask of the figure, he is discovered to be Dane -- Floria's older brother. The Jedi demand an explanation and are shocked at the response: Floria and Dane are bounty hunters. They, along with four other hunters, were dismissed by a being named Granta Omega and were instructed to bring the Jedi to him -- dead or alive. And by now Obi-wan has discovered something that is another problem: training mission clues are not supposed to be deadly, which leads Obi-Wan to the conclusion that Wren was captured. The Jedi's training mission has turned into a survival challenge. Now the Jedi must resuce Wren, and avoid several bounty hunters. Will the Jedi find Wren? Will they encounter Granta Omega? But most importantly: will they survive?
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A worthy successer for Jedi Apprentice! 5. Mai 2002
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Anyone who loved Jedi Apprentice, and even those of us who didn't (yeah right, is there anyone who didn't adore those books?) should definitely, definitely check out this new series! More like an extension of Jedi Apprentice than anything else, it's already at least as good as that series was at it's height. Anakin Skywalker is now fourteen years old, and has been apprenticed to Obi-Wan Kenobi for several years (duh). Even at this age, Anakin is more than a handful, almost more than Obi-Wan can handle, and we can already see the seeds of many of their later problems sewn. Because of his brilliance and his intense connection to the living Force, everything has come easily to Anakin, and his abilities have taken him far above other students of his age, which has earned him grudging respect from teachers and students alike, but few if any, real friends. This doesn't seem to bother introverted Anakin too much, but Obi-Wan privately worries about his padawan, who has grown from a cheerful and open child, to a quiet and disturbed young man. The council decides to send them on a rather complicated mission to a planet plagued by a toxic disaster, where they will have to work with three other master-padawan teams, including Siri Tachi (whom most of us remember from Jedi Apprentice) and her padawan Ferus, whom Anakin doesn't get along with too well. Anyway, to avoid spoiling the story I won't say anymore, but trust me, these are definitely worth the time you spend reading them. For fans of all ages.
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TRAIL is Book 2 and begins the continuing story. 27. Juli 2003
Von JediMack - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This a review for Trail of the Jedi, TOTJ. Trail is the 2nd book in the Jedi Quest series and I am reviewing both the Unabridged audio casette and the paperback.
In TOTJ Obi-Wan feels that he are Anakin are not as close as they should be. So he plans a 10 day exercise on a very sparsely inhabited planet where he and Anakin must work together in a game of hind and go seek with an experienced Jedi Master.
Of course things start to go wrong right away in the hunt. Also, Anakin and Obi-Wan do not understand each other. In the end they both learn a little something about each other, but they also learn that someone want to kill them. The hunt is resolved in this book, but the Identity of the killer is not and will be continued in future books of this series.
The audio book is extremely well done by veteran SW reader Davis. The story here is defineately simplified for younger readers, but for completists like me, Watson dioes a nice job exploring the interactions between Ben and the future Vader.
In the first book Anakin learns to cooperate with a fellow Padawan Ferus (Padawan of Siri Tachi) who is well liked by his fellow Padawans and also a good leader. The continuing curiosity in any Prequel book is how Anakin and Obi-Wan loss each other such that Anakin becomes Darth Vader
Jude Watson does advance the character study of Anakin Skywalker.
This is a book written for 9 to 12 year olds, but I enjoyed Jude Watson handling of Anakin. I am pleased that the decision was made to put this book on unabridged Audio cassettes. I have almost every Star Wars audio book ever made up to NJO Star by Star. Davis is an experienced SW reader and does a great job.
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Jedi Quest #1:The Way Of The Apprentice 3. Juli 2002
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This book is a spectacular work of art.The depth at which Watson explores and explains the characters makes you feel as if you really know them.She goes along with the whole Jedi teachings,and the Masters and Padawans have just the right serene Jedi attitudes.There is a perfect dose of humor and plenty of suspence.The characters are well formed,and the small signs of Anakin's eventual destiny are scattered throughout.The way she explains the Jedi's actions and lives is very well done,and she shares the thoughts not only going through Anakin's mind,but through the Obi-Wans as well,so you realize that he often doubtfull of his own ability to be the master.I all in all loved this book,and can't wait to read the others.
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Anakin Skywalker chosen to rise destind to fall 20. August 2002
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This may not be the most helpful reveiw but I think that Jedi Qest is getting a bad wrap it's every bit as good as Jedi Apprentice And I Think You should read it.Also check out the other Jude Watson books.Jedi Apprentice is a great sieries and think every one who is a Star Wars nut should read it.But what do not recomend is reading the books out of order I made This mistake and it's driving me nuts that I skipped a couple out of the Jedi Apprentice seires. Also I recomend Star Wars Jornal Queen Amidala.Jude Watson is the best author I've ever read and I hope that you love both Jedi Quest and Jedi Apprentice books as much as I do .May The Force Be With You...
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