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Star Wars: Brotherhood

Written by:
Mike Chen
Narrated by:
Jonathan Davis

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
May 2022
12 hours 46 minutes
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker must stem the tide of the raging Clone Wars and forge a new bond as Jedi Knights in a high-stakes adventure set just after the events of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones.


The Clone Wars have begun. Battle lines are being drawn throughout the galaxy. With every world that joins the Separatists, the peace guarded by the Jedi Order is slipping through their fingers. 
After an explosion devastates Cato Neimoidia, the jewel of the Trade Federation, the Republic is blamed and the fragile neutrality of the planet is threatened. The Jedi dispatch Obi-Wan Kenobi, one of the Order’s most gifted diplomatic minds, to investigate the crime and maintain the balance that has begun to dangerously shift. As Obi-Wan investigates with the help of a heroic Neimoidian guard, he finds himself working against the Separatists who hope to draw the planet into their conspiracy—and senses the sinister hand of Asajj Ventress in the mists that cloak the planet.
Amid the brewing chaos, Anakin Skywalker rises to the rank of Jedi Knight. Despite the mandate that Obi-Wan travel alone—and his former master’s insistence that he listen this time—Anakin’s headstrong determination means nothing can stop him from crashing the party, and bringing along a promising but conflicted youngling.
Once a Padawan to Obi-Wan, Anakin now finds himself on equal—but uncertain—footing with the man who raised him. The lingering friction between them increases the danger for everyone around them. The two knights must learn a new way to work together—and they must learn quickly, to save Cato Neimoidia and its people from the fires of war. To overcome the threat they face they must grow beyond master and apprentice. They must stand together as brothers.

Great book and the narrator was good

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Christofer Hanaway

It was alright. I'd listen again.

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Nolen Kennedy

Jonathan Davis was great as usual. The novel was sub-par. It often felt like it was simply trying to tie in as many references to other Star Wars stories as it could. In the end the story doesn't stand out in its own right.

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Gary M.

I really enjoy exploring the early Anakin Jedi Knight years before the war started opening him up to the dark sides choices more and more. Very good story also highlighting the master apprentice bond Obi Wan had with him and his own processing of their growth together. Very good story.

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A W.

I don\'t know what\'s going on with the Star Wars books, but they\'re getting worse and worse. 1) I salute Jonathan Davis (a complete professional)..but you can\'t fix a car without a car to start with. Bad story and bad writing..The characters were good (Ventress, Obi-Wan, Anakin, etc)..But this \"author\" doesn\'t know how to set a scene, write a story, and I DOUBT that this gentleman has ANY Star Wars knowledge at all..(it reminds me of the idiot that said that Omega Supreme \"Transformers\" was Vector Sigma)..I haven\'t enjoyed the last few books that Random House had been putting out..EXECPT THE THRAWN SERIES..(I actually enjoyed those)..if you need Jonathan\'s voice to put you to sleep, wait for YouTube to put this up for free..other than that? TERRIBLE..(and I blame the author..not Jonathan Davis).

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