- Language: English
- ASIN: B0045IJQ76
- Package Dimensions: 32.8 x 26.2 x 9.7 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,513,458 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force [Vault Edition] [Hardcover]
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Top Customer Reviews
However, it's very insubstantial. There's not much content - and what is there is often spaced out rather than being concisely presented. What's more, as some of the contents are meant to remain hidden (as forbidden knowledge) so they're crossed out - resulting in page after page being unreadable! In consequence, the actual contents of this book can be read through in a very short period of time.
I got the impression that as "A Manual for Students of the Force" this book is simply too short. It's as if you can learn how to become a Jedi in less than two hours! This is an example of style over substance ... the idea behind this book and the quality of the publication are good, but there's very little to actually engage with.
Nonetheless, as a display item this is a nice book. And it's fun to flick through. For these reasons I do recommend it to fan of Star Wars - so long as it's reasonably priced (i.e. under £5).
Something that would only take a couple of hours to read but something that can be dipped into time and again.
As a supplement, it comes together with original artworks, and lose pieces of goodies, that are hidden inside the book. You can find pins, napkis, a Padawan braid, and lots more as you walk through the book.
The original case that holds the book is a funny extra to the whole sense. If you are still connected to the kid inside, you cheer up every time you push the button that reveils the book from its chest.
The one think which lets this version down for me is the cover is slightly different to the vault edition, the material is a dull grey instead of the metallic blue of the original, and it's not quite as nice to hold (the original being slightly padded). I guess the main reason for them doing this was to distinguish between the two, so people couldn't interchange them. Anyway, that being said, it's hardly a problem, just me being picky.
It's the sort of book I want to carry with me everywhere (if not for the ridicule haha)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived promptly, just as described and good condition. Bought as a present and I'm sure he will love itPublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's an introductory manual to becoming a Jedi, while it still contains a bit of history of the Jedi & the Sith, and various peoples. It's a nice book for the SW fans.Published 3 months ago by Johnny
An amazing read. Full of useful information and the annotations by major cannon stars is insightful, almost every page has been personalised with the "hand penned"... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A great book for any star wars fan like my brother who absolutely loves Star wars! I have to say that I'm bit disappointed as I thought it would come in a tin box. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah
My son was very pleased with this book. However, it looks secondhand. A page was even folded over where someone had obviously been reading it and marked the page they had read too.Published 5 months ago by pinkfairy