The Final Showdown

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Scholastic, Incorporated, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 151 pages
16 Reviews
An old enemy emerges for one last battle. A rivalry takes a life-changing turn. A Jedi Master loses his hold on his apprentice. The starling conclusion to the Jedi Quest series.

Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker are closer than ever to capturing their fiercest rival, the mysterious Granta Omega. But in order to do it, Anakin will have to betray one of his fellow apprentices . . . and Obi-Wan will be pushed farther than he's ever gone before in his search for justice - and revenge.
This is a book every Star Wars fan will have to own.

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Review: The Final Showdown (Star Wars: Jedi Quest #10)

User Review  - Jess - Goodreads

This was actually pretty entertaining, I thought. I'd never read any of these Jedi Quest books, and I understand this is the last entry in the series, but I didn't feel like I was missing much. I'm an ... Read full review

Review: The Final Showdown (Star Wars: Jedi Quest #10)

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***Read all of these before letting my 10 year old read them. Solid juvenile story, nothing objectionable. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Judy Blundell, pseudonym Jude Watson, is an American author of books for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers. Jude Watson is primarily known as the author of Star Wars books. Writing for the Star Wars franchise she works with editors from LucasBooks as well as Scholastic. Her debut came when LucasBooks recruited her to write the Star Wars Journal Captive to Evil by Princess Leia Organa, published by Scholastic in 1998. Beside the journals of Princess Leia, Queen Amidala (1999), and Darth Maul (1999), Watson is the author of three series that comprise about forty books: Jedi Apprentice (except for the first book), Jedi Quest, and The Last of the Jedi. She is also a co-author with K. D. Burkett in the Star Wars: Science Adventures series. Her other books include the romance series Brides of Wildcat County, the parapsychic science fictions Premonitions and Disappearance, and three books in the 39 Clues mystery adventure series. She won the annual National Book Award for Young People's Literature in 2008 for the young-adult novel What I Saw and How I Lied, published under her real name by Scholastic Books. In 2013 she made The New York Times Best Seller List for her title Nowhere to Run.

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