Star Wars: The Jedi Path Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-12-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Well, there were a few errors here and there (Ahoska was attributed to several of Anakin's annotations, which was mildly annoying) but other than that, man was this fun to read. I'm ready to go out there and build myself a lightsaber and see how much I absorbed reading this. I still can't telekinetically use the Force to get the TV remote when it's on the other side of the room, but I'll keep trying. :) " said.

"This is the first in a series of Star Wars books that are presented as being in-universe artifacts. The Jedi Path is essentially a text book for students of the Force. The inside cover lists the previous owners of the book and includes such famous Jedi as Yoda, Count Dooku, Qui-Gon Jinn and Anakin Skywalker. The book also has many little props that you will find hidden in its pages, such as Qui-Gon's padawan braid, and a napkin on which Obi-Wan sketched the design for his new lightsaber. Much of the information in here, such as the history of the Jedi, forms of lightsaber combat, and Force disciplines are things that have been covered in other books, but never in this manner." said.

" It's a well-crafted, if not fascinating Jedi handbook. What really makes it interesting are the notes left in the margins by Yoda, Dooku, Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, Anakin, Luke, and even Sidious. " said.

" I loved it. Lots of stuff I didn't know and more that isn't accurate anymore because of the new movies (LONG LIVE THE EU!) but still a good read. " said.

" What an excitingly accurate portrayal of the Jedi Path. Love it, and love the annotations. " said.

" An an interesting look into the Jedi Order, however I think that the "notes" in this one aren't as entertaining or interesting as the ones in the Book of Sith. Ahsoka seemed really immature (though this could be due to my having watched Rebels, which came out long after this book), and I think the writer(s?) were trying a little too hard to make Anakin's dark side temptations obvious. Still, if you really like Star Wars, I would say this is worth the read. " said.

" It is as it is aptly described in the title, a manual. While certainly not a foundational springboard into the larger EU, it is nevertheless an entertaining addition to it. I especially enjoyed the numerous notes left by Knights of old, adding their various and very telling perspectives of the Force and the Order. " said.

" 4'5 en realidad.Leído a la par que Cris Rabaneda (Los libros del búho) ♥ " said.

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