Path To Truth

Author: Jude Watson


ISBN: 9780439242042
Pages: 170
Description: Pre-Read Thoughts: As Star Wars continues to barrel forward with their movies and “new canon”, I’m finding myself looking back more and more to the Prequel Era, and thinking about the great chracters that were created that were used poorly (Grievious, Darth Tyranus, Darth Maul, etc.), and “what could have been”.

So, my trekking to read obscure Prequel-Era fiction has led me here; the “Jedi Quest” YA series that fills in some of what happened to Anakin between Episode 1 & Episdoe 2.

While I’m not expecting Shakepseare, I’m hoping these will at least be fun, decent reads, with mybe a nugget of truth/wisdom about what shaped Anakin into Darth Vader.

Read & Review to come!
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Post-Read:
Well, I mostly enjoyed this. It was a quick, fast-paced YA novel. I would have liked something a little deeper, perhaps, but that’s just wishful thinking on my part.

While I felt that the voice of Anakin was slightly “off” (at least for me), it did a pretty good job of showing the core of anger that Anakin has that they dind’t really do a good job of identifying in Episode I, and largely glossed over in Episode II and III.

Also, seeing Anakin on Ilum hunting for lightsaber crysals was kinda neat, since (NERD ALERT!) in our new Star Wars “Force and Destiny” RPG campaign our party is currently on their way to Ilum to find crystals to craft our own lightsabers.

I’m certainly intrigued by this enough to continue the series. A qualified 3.5 stars (rounded up to 4 because of my relatively newfound love for the Prequel-Era novels and comics.)

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