Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice #14: The Ties That Bind Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 32 user ratings

" This book seemed to drag and I had a hard time caring. " said.

" Again, no discussion by Qui-Gon or Tahl what this change in their relationship would mean for them as Jedi. Is that not a thing?Eritha/Alami, Irini, Lentz, etc. This whole case was frustrating. " said.

" I am reading the whole series and will post a review upon completion of Jedi Apprentice 18 : The Threat Within " said.

" Poor Bant, man. Underused character of the century. " said.

" So I think this one was done fairly well, but it had me all upset from the beginning. I think largely because of the childishness of Tahl and Qui-Gon " said.

" 4 Stars certainly that ending has left m worried for one of my favourite characters now! May have to pick up my he next one ASAP now! " said.

" There seemed to be a different tone to this novel. It felt like it was geared to more mature concepts of emotion, especially in regard to the relationship between Qui-Gon and Tahl. Intriguing. " said.

" J'ai lu ce roman en français. C'est un bon roman mais il y a beaucoup de problèmes avec le histoire - en particulier la vitesse de ce histoire - il a fini rapidemenr sans peu d'explications. Néanmoins je voudrais essayer de lire d'autres romans dans cette series. " said.

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