The Defenders of the Dead by Jude Watson is the fifth in a series of young reader novels called Jedi Apprentice. The series explores the adventures of Qui-Gon. Jedi Apprentice 5: The Defenders of the Dead Jedi Apprentice 8: The Day of Reckoning. Read more · The Jedi Academy Trilogy II Dark Apprentice. Jedi Apprentice 5: The Defenders of the Dead is a star wars Book set in the Rebellion era.
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The parallels between a parent and child disagreeing is very apparent. Definitely one of my favorites, if rather grim and full of feels. Please remove this message when finished. Despite the fact that the Jedi are not supposed to get involved in the actual conflict, Obi-Wan feels the overwhelming need to join the teenagers in their quest for peace.
Spanish – Aprendiz de Jedi – Volumen 5: This is Kejas’s only Legends appearance.
Oct 14, Jaime K rated it really liked it. They face a revolt of the Young — a band of rebels led by two teenagers. The writing was mostly good, the storyline was incredibly interesting, the world building was awesome, and there are ton of emotional moments.
Like the previous books in the series, The Defenders of the Dead takes on a hefty theme for a juvenile novel, this time the effects of war on a culture. Mar 07, Meredith Miyake rated it really liked it Shelves: Jude Watson Cover Artist s: Unfortunately, they get caught in the local war and must wpprentice refuge with the Young.
The Young are a group of orphaned Melida and Daan children who are determined to end the sead waged by their Elders …no matter what it takes. The Young help rescue Tahl, but they need the Jedi’s help.
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Los defensores de los muertos. Yoda last appeared in the Legends Universe in Jedi Apprentice cefenders I hope the next novel is a little bit better.
And I was surprised to find that I did. Paperbackpages.
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Oct 07, Jim C rated it it was ok. He’s right about a lot of things, but Obi-Wan is the one whose moral compass is pointing true-north here. This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Watson doesn’t glamorize war, but instead shows us the tragedy that befalls family, and how holding on to a grudge can cause so much pain.
In the end, he is as emotionally-compromised as Obi-Wan is, he just can’t see it. Rise of the Empire. The cover, as I said before, was great, but I’m not ddefenders why there’s a forest and statue of a Bith on the cover.
I still see where he’s coming from. The Defenders of the Dead. The character work here is great, and continues jedl be the prime selling-point of these books. Yhe give this man a hug, seriously.
There’s some other weirdness that bothered me only slightly here and there. More Book Topics Defendeers in 3D action activities adult adventure animals arts biographies sead categories chapter children comics contemporary crafts cultures e education facts fairy family fantasy fiction friendship games geography graphic growing historical history humor issues kindle life literature magic nature new novels photography readers reference rental romance school deae skills social specialty states store stories tales teaching teen text united up used works young.
There are some good developments with character and the dynamic between the two jedi and Obi-wan’s conflict is handled well. I give it the highly coveted five out of five stars, perfection. There’s a lot of gray area here. Their mission is to rescue a Jedi that is being held prisoner.
Many apprenrice and adults find juvenile chapter books to be childish and not worth their time, but I think right many of my bibliophile friends would agree with me when I say that the former group of people is simply missing out.
And they wheedle their way into Obi-Wan’s heart.
Books by Jude Watson. The Death of Hope. Any body who has read the other books in the series.
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N Mobile Apprrentice TF. It just should have taken a little more to persuade Obi-Wan to renounce all of his dreams and all of his Jedi training from birth. It shows how bad Qui-Gon is at being anyone’s Master at the time, he gets better and how difficult Obi-Wan finds it to be his Padawan.