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Paperback Star Wars: Legacy of the Jedi / Secrets of the Jedi - Bind-Up Book

ISBN: 0439851467

ISBN13: 9780439851466

Star Wars: Legacy of the Jedi / Secrets of the Jedi - Bind-Up

(Part of the Legacy of the Jedi/Secrets of the Jedi Series and Star Wars Legends Chronology Series)

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Book Overview

Two revelatory Star Wars tales featuring characters from the film prequels--Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and young Anakin Skywalker--are packaged in one complete volume, along with exclusive new bonus material.

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5 ratings

Great Book

easy to read, but a good story and well written. Probably one of my favorite Star Wars books.

A great book!

I didn't read Secrets of the Jedi; this review is for Legacy of the Jedi. I liked this book better than any other Star Wars book and highly recommend it to you. It has a great plot: mystery crossed with science fiction. It is divided into four sections, each with about ten chapters. It's a very unpredictable book! I hope you like it!! JTP, age 10

Legecy of the Jedi/ Secrets of the Jedi

Very good book. Helps you to realize that the Jedi do have feelings they have to deal with and suppress. I recommend buying this double set instead of the books separately

Jude Watson does it again

Jude Watson has the singular ability to tie in the themes of the Star Wars movies into all her SW books. Too bad she doesn't write "adult" novels... she'd best many of today's SW authors. These two stories tie in the suceeding generations of Jedi quite deftly. The first, Legacy, has strong overtones of the past coming back to haunt you, but gives insight into the Master-Padawan bond and how that bond helps form both Jed. My favorite story was Secrets, however, with the evidence that Anakin's "failing" may have been more than an isolated event. I would love to see Watson develop this story line into a more philosophic adult novel. *spoiler* While I was sorry to see Siri Tachi die, her storyline was wonderful and you have to be a little happy that she didn't survive to see the Jedi betrayed. I also liked Obi-Wan's musings that if Qui-Gon had survived, he'd have been able to pinpoint the growing problems among the Jedi to a source (giving more evidence to Qui-Gon's uniqueness). All in all, a great addition to the SW canon, appropriate for any age.

Another great Watson Star Wars adventure

The first story, Legacy of the Jedi was an awesome story. You started reading and hit the ground running. It gave great new insight into Dooku and the beginings of his fall. The second story, Secrets... was not as exciting, but still interesting. It shows Obi-Wan dealing with some of the same problems Anakin does. It also includes a short story by Watson that is about Obi-Wan set before the Last of the Jedi series and after Revenge of the Sith. Overall this book is awesome and you get two books for the price of one. Star Wars fans young and old will enjoy it. Even though the release date say May I found it a week ago at a book store. The cover is different also. The cover actually has Anakin in the forground with Yoda, Dooku, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan in the background.
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