In keeping with Watson's previous writing, Last of the Jedi #7 does an excellent job of moving the pace ahead and keeping suspense alive. The highlights of the overall plot included finding a new Jedi (familiar to readers of the Apprentice and Quest series), a return to Ferus' home planet, and the broadening of Ferus' latent Jedi abilities.
I was pleased to see a character list at the beginning of this book. Even if this were an adult series, the number of secondary and tertiary characters is becoming difficult to track.
Ferus' inability to discover Vader's true identity is maddening, but necessary... the question only remains of how this crisis will play out, with Ferus never knowing the secret or learning it but unable to pass it on (probably dying).
Again, as with the others of this and Watson's other series, it is age appropriate for grade schoolers and still fun for all SW fans to pick up yet a little more Expanded Universe knowledge.