Star Wars – Master & Apprentice Book Review

How do I review a book? I’ve never really done it before. I’m not going to pretend I know what makes something a critically better piece of writing than something else. So instead I’m going to approach this post and talk about the aspects of Star Wars I always like to get into; how this piece of extracurricular fiction contributes to the wider lore of the franchise and how easily it slots into the greater story.

Master & Apprentice is what is now dubbed as a Canon novel, as opposed to that suitcase of books I have in my spare room that are now referred to as “Legend Novels”. Released in April of 2019 and written by Claudia Gray, Master & Apprentice is a story following Qui-Gon Jinn and a 17 year Obi Wan Kenobi, set eight years prior to The Phantom Menace.

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