Underworld

Underworld The search for survivors continues in this next adventure from bestselling author Jude Watson The Empire has taken over the galaxy Anakin Skywalker is now Darth Vader Most of the Jedi are gone but a f

  • Title: Underworld
  • Author: Jude Watson
  • ISBN: 9780439681360
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • The search for survivors continues in this next adventure from bestselling author Jude Watson.The Empire has taken over the galaxy Anakin Skywalker is now Darth Vader Most of the Jedi are gone but a few remain And it is up to former Jedi apprentice Ferus Olin and his streetsmart sidekick Trever to find them No lead is too big or too small even if it meThe search for survivors continues in this next adventure from bestselling author Jude Watson.The Empire has taken over the galaxy Anakin Skywalker is now Darth Vader Most of the Jedi are gone but a few remain And it is up to former Jedi apprentice Ferus Olin and his streetsmart sidekick Trever to find them No lead is too big or too small even if it means walking into a trap set by the Empire.

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    333 thoughts on “Underworld”

    1. 5 starsAnother good installment in the LOTJ series. Nice to see Ferus and Trever again. Glad they were able to find Solace. Hope Ferus will be able to get free.Can't wait to read Star Wars LOTJ: Death on Naboo!!!!


    2. Ferus and Trever head to the Jedi Temple so Ferus can try to locate any living Jedi and it's SO SAD.Recommended 9+ for Star Wars violence.


    3. The Jedi are not forgottenI like the continued stories of the Jedi that we don't get to see in between the movies. I get to see other Jedi come fourth that are not shown in the movies. Nice, quick reading.


    4. Ferus and Trever continue their mission to find Jedi who survived Order 66. Entering the Jedi Temple on Coruscant where they believe Fy-Tor is being held prisoner our pair of adventurers find trouble when the come face to face with Darth Vader. Narrowly escaping they search for an old friend who has become one of The Erased (a group of people who strip themselves of their identity in order to hide from the Empire). All the way down to the crust of the planet and back to the Jedi Temple Ferus see [...]


    5. This is a 3.25 stars.Ferus and Trevor are on Coruscant to look for an imprisoned Jedi. But they uncover secrets that the Empire has spread about the Temple. It's not a prison - it's a trap. The two come face-to-face with Vader and it is definitely strange the Sith let them go. I just think Anakin was beyond shocked to see someone from his past. The two learn of the Erased, a group of Republic supporters, who are able to erase records of a person's existence, allowing them to efficiently disappea [...]


    6. It was only a matter of time before Kenobi had to recede to the fringes of the planet with the twin suns, and Jude Watson has done a wonderful job of finding a way to reintroduce Ferus Olin to the now-defunct Star Wars canon. And while Olin is a great protagonist in his own right, this book really suffers from the lack of Kenobi. However, to counterbalance Olin's own efforts, Watson has moved into place the character of Malorum, an Imperial Inquisitor who is infinitely more developed, and is an [...]


    7. I was a bit concerned about the lesser role of Obi-wan in this volume, since I started reading this series way back then actually only for him.But it worked out so well that I am really looking forward to read the next book.Ferus and Trever function very very well as independent characters and I love the connections Jude Watson continues to draw to Jedi Apprentice and Jedi Quest, as well as, the insights we get into what is left of the Jedi and the temple.


    8. Once again jam-packed with action. I already like solace and am glad another jedi was introduced. A real cliff hanger at the end, you begin to see the extent that ferus and trevers relationship has developed. Still in love with trever, honestly would marry him if i could. The jedi temple scenes were quite emotional and depressing, though. To see something you once loved absolutely demolished pretty strong theme for a kids book but well developed nonetheless.


    9. The action moves to ex-padawan Ferus Olan and 13 year-old Trevor as they go back to Coruscant to rescue possible Jedi survivors.I missed Obi-Wan (only a cameo!) but as usual for this series so far, Watson doesn't miss a thing. The fall-out of the Jedi massacre is heart-breaking, with one unbelievably moving image in the Temple that is worthy of a movie in itself. My kids loved it, too. Book 4!


    10. The series takes a huge nosedive with the departure of Obi-Wan Kenobi. I understand that the series follows Ferus' adventures, but the change in narrative perspectives and character prominence from the previous books are a bit jarring. I'm biased though - Obi-Wan was the whole reason I started reading this, and I find my interest has wandered off with him.


    11. A good addition to the series, with complicated, well-drawn characters. Ferus Olin infiltrates the Jedi temple upon hearing rumors of a Jedi being held prisoner there by the emperor. Later Dexter Jettster reveals to them the existence of a group called “the Erased,” made up of people dissatisfied with the Empire.


    12. Interesting story considering that it was pretty short. Kenobi is not in it but its clear by now that this is Ferus Olin's story. Tragic in finding out what had happened to the Jedi Temple as well as to Obi-Wan's alien-like Ernest Borgnine friend Dexter. C+


    13. I enjoyed this book more than others in the series or by Watson previously. I found it easier to read and it flowed better. I think the thing that bothered me most was some of the poor thinking displayed by characters who should be smarter than that.


    14. I never read this book. I never even knew it existed. How it got onto my shelf is a mystery and the bigger mystery is that I can't remove it. Please don't judge me by the presence of this book on my shelf.


    15. Our hero goes to the remains of the jedi temple to find other jedi. He ends up searching the underworld for any remaining jedi. This is a decent, fast moving story, and it is interesting to see how the Empire has affected people. A good read.






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