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Master & Apprentice: Novel Review

Claudia Gray has quickly risen to the top in regards to Star Wars fiction. I would say she's held a position no Star Wars author has held since Timothy Zahn. Every novel she writes seems to prove how strong her understanding of Star Wars is. Her next project in the Star Wars universe is an Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon novel called Master and Apprentice.

The book takes place prior to all the prequel movies, and I'm pretty sure its the first Star Wars novel to do so since the start of new canon. Obi-Wan Kenobi is a 17 year old padawan of Qui-Gon Jinn, and the pair are a bit of a mismatch. To the point where they never really truly understand each other. Qui-Gon is offered a position on the Jedi Council, which would mean that Obi-Wan would have to continue his training under another master. During the time Qui-Gon considers the offer he and Obi-Wan are sent to the planet Pijal that is being attacked by terrorists and the young princess has been threatened. The princess is protected by a …

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