• Star Wars: Jedi Quest, Book 4: The Master of Disguise

  • By: Jude Watson
  • Narrated by: Jonathan Davis
  • Length: 2 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (183 ratings)

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Star Wars: Jedi Quest, Book 4: The Master of Disguise

By: Jude Watson
Narrated by: Jonathan Davis
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Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi find themselves caught on a hostile planet. They're facing their savviest enemy yet, a master of disguise named Granta Omega.

Set between Episode I and Episode II, the Jedi Quest series traces the emergence and education of Anakin Skywalker as a young Jedi devoted to the Force -- and tempted by its dark side.

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please release the rest of the Jedi quest series! We'd love to hear them all!

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If Only They did the entire series

I make it no secret that I think that the expanded universe tells much better stories than what is currently being published under Disney. The Jedi Apprentice series and the Jedi Quest series by Jade Watson are amazing. I really wish all those books got the treatment of being on Audible Jonathan Davis and Mark Thompson in my opinion are the definitive narrators for Star Wars. it's such a waste they never did the whole series. do yourself a favor and pick up book 5 through 10 of Jedi Quest on Kindle you will not regret it and when you're hungry for more try to track down the Jedi Apprentice series if possible they're worth your time.

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Fun and engaging storyline.

Fun for me and my 10 yr old son to listen to together. He has listened to it 4 times already.

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wish it wasn't abridged

fun story really liked it. I wish they had the whole story though but even with the abridged the story is solid throughout

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Good detail

This book, although part of the kids series, helps to continue to tie in the struggles Anakin was going through about right and wrong. Obi Wan's inability to see and attempt to head off the inner demons everyone else saw in Anakin are very clear in this story as well. Very good read.

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good but I have one complaint

the book was good, the story was good, my only complaint, and a pet peeve of mine, is when a narrator reads consecutive books and changes voices of characters and pronunciations of names and certain words. I wish narrators who read consecutive books would at least listen to or research the previous book to try have have some continuity between the two.