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10 thoughts on “The Master of Disguise (Star Wars: Jedi Quest, #4)

  1. says:

    Oh, Anakin Anakin is faced with a desire to protect his friends and the belief that he isqualified to defend them than they are to defend themselves Trouble is, this isn t always true, and acting on this instinct causes some problems Anakin s ego is under attack in this book, and Soara Antana is the one to do it And she sees his problems with anger She shows him his flaws, and he understands with his head, but he knows how much harder it is to put into practice Unfortunately, I know Oh, Anakin Anakin is faced with a desire to protect his friends and the belief that he isqualified to defend them than they are to defend themselves Trouble is, this isn t always true, and acting on this instinct causes some problems Anakin s ego is under attack in this book, and Soara Antana is the one to do it And she sees his problems with anger She shows him his flaws, and he understands with his head, but he knows how much harder it is to put into practice Unfortunately, I know he never really does This book isn t so much of a self contained plot as the previous books in the series It furthers Anakin s journey which isn t exactly a good thing and really sets off things...

  2. says:

    A Dangerous Master of Disguise Worthy OpponentThis book is the fourth entry in the Jedi Quest series We continue to delve deeper into Anakin Skywalker s padawan training and his relationship with Obi Wan, fellow padawans and other masters I love how Jude Watson interweaves other padawans, both friend and foes, continually in the stories Here Anakin receives an unexpected taste of the dark side in the return of a charismatic foe, and trains with another master for a while The villain is A Dangerous Master of Disguise Worthy OpponentThis book is the fourth entry in the ...

  3. says:

    Average story, but great charactersThe story was nothing special It wasn t bad, just average Overall, it was nothing we haven t read previously It did set up some plot points for future novels, so hopefully those will ...

  4. says:

    This is better than the last one but a bit predictable It sort of forwards the Granta Omega story.

  5. says:

    7 Fun, good bad guy.

  6. says:

    Story 6 10 How can Anakin fight his enemy when he might actually admire him

  7. says:

    Possible Spoiler Alert I am going to attempt to review each of four Jedi Quest books that were turned into audiobooks together at the beginning of the review I listened to them all in a row and there is little distinction between them in my mind and so I may, without intending to do so, give details away I believe that the audio productions were all unabridged, but it is possible that they were abridged and there are parts of the story I am unfamiliar with Following this paragraph is my revi Possible Spoiler Alert I am going to attempt to review each of four Jedi Quest books that were turned into audiobooks together at the beginning of the review I listened to them all in a row and there is little distinction between them in my mind and so I may, without intending to do so, give details away I believe that the audio productions were all unabridged, but it is possible that they were abridged and there are parts of the story I am unfamiliar with Following this paragraph is my review of the series, before I touch on my review of the individual book in the following paragraph At the end there is a link to the other books in the series that I listened to and reviewed they all have this and the following paragraph in common, before reviewing the book in the fina...

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    Star Wars Legends Project 90 Background The Master of Disguise was written by Jude Watson and published in November 2002 It is the fourth book of the Jedi Quest series, following The Dangerous Games my review The Master of Disguise is set several months after The Dangerous Games, 26 years before the Battle of Yavin, when Anakin is 15 Obi Wan and Anakin are the main characters, along with Anakin s friend Darra and her master Soara Antana, and Ferus Olin Several other recurring Jedi charac Star Wars Legends Project 90 Background The Master of Disguise was written by Jude Watson and published in November 2002 It is the fourth book of the Jedi Quest series, following The Dangerous Games my review The Master of Disguise is set several months after The Dangerous Games, 26 years before the Battle of Yavin, when Anakin is 15 Obi Wan and Anakin are the main characters, along with Anakin s friend Darra and her master Soara Antana, and Ferus Olin Several other recurring Jedi characters also appear, and of course, archvillain Granta Omega pops up again, along with Obi Wan s enemy in the Senate, Sano Sauro.Summary A routine mission to rescue a Republic science team from a war zone goes disastrously wrong, and Anakin feels responsible Really, though, the near failure of the Jedi was engineered by Granta Omega, who remains a shadowy figure wit...

  9. says:

    The Master of Disguise returns us to the quest for Granta Omega, the mysterious character who is hunting Jedi We finally learn why he s trying to capture them, and it s much darker than we would have thought While the search for Granta makes up a large part of the plot, the real focus of the story is on Anakin s development, and it s there that the book shines.In their search for Granta, Obi Wan and Anakin split up, with Anakin staying behind at the temple while Obi Wan follows up some leads The Master of Disguise returns us t...

  10. says:

    This series continues to impress me This one was less plot heavy andfocused on character development, and that made it all the better.Anakin s sensitivity to the dark side is explored further than ever before in this book, and it s fascinating I found his interactions with Granta Omega, and the connection the two shared, to be very interesting.The lessons with Soara were as interesting as they were upsetting The Jedi Knight s worries about Anakin and his fighting ability ultimately caus This series continues to impress me This one was less plot heavy andfocused on character development, and that made it all the better.Anak...

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