Secrets of the Jedi

Secrets of the Jedi Three generations of Jedi Three untold secrets A Jedi is never to fall in love Grieving for the loss of his friend Tahl Jedi Master Qui Gon Jinn has been sent back to the Jedi Temple to recover But t

  • Title: Secrets of the Jedi
  • Author: Jude Watson David Mattingly
  • ISBN: 9780439536677
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Three generations of Jedi.Three untold secrets.A Jedi is never to fall in love.Grieving for the loss of his friend Tahl, Jedi Master Qui Gon Jinn has been sent back to the Jedi Temple to recover But this peace is soon shattered by an urgent mission a young boy with a knack for technology has intercepted a message that indicates a mass assassination of planetary leadThree generations of Jedi.Three untold secrets.A Jedi is never to fall in love.Grieving for the loss of his friend Tahl, Jedi Master Qui Gon Jinn has been sent back to the Jedi Temple to recover But this peace is soon shattered by an urgent mission a young boy with a knack for technology has intercepted a message that indicates a mass assassination of planetary leaders is about to take place It is up to Qui Gon and his apprentice, Obi Wan Kenobi, to protect the boy from the bounty hunter assassinsd to foil the deadly plot.Joining Qui Gon and Obi Wan on their mission are the Jedi Master Adi Gallia and her headstrong apprentice, Siri Obi Wan and Siri have been sparring friends for a long time But as the assassins pursuit tightens, they find their relationship beginning to change in an unexpected direction.A generation later, Obi Wan, Siri, and the boy they tried to save are reunited once with the fate of the Clone Wars hinging on the outcome Old tensions rise once as well as new conflicts and secrets Obi Wan s apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, has many things to hide, and when his secret wife, Padm Amidala, joins the Jedi mission, the risks becomes even greater than before.Secrets are dangerous.Secrets are difficult.Secrets can kill.

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    1. I didn't realize this was a juvenile novel when I put it on hold at the library. This story spans two generations of padawans, with Qui-Gon and Obi-wan in the first generation, and Obi-wan and Anakin in the second. The secret referred to is that although possession and atttachment are forbidden to a Jedi, it doesn't follow that they don't fall in love. Qui-Gon did, although the story is only referred to in the past tense, and apparently he and the Jedi woman he loved had made a pledge to one ano [...]

    2. 3.8 starsI'm pleasantly surprised this book isn't what I thought it would be.This book is divided into 2 partsPart 1:The experience of reading this is similar to that of watching TCW tv series. It is always nice to read about Jedi on mission during the golden era of the Old Republic. My favourite. The pace is not too slow and not to fast. The arc will catch your attention til the end. The heavy-handed implication in order to keep it PG-13 is amusing, I'm not complaining but it could have been ma [...]

    3. When I first started reading this book, I was very excited, but skeptical. The plot was okay, but what I didn't pay attention to the plot as much as I did the characters. As usual, Jude Watson wrote Obi-Wan perfectly, capturing some of his complexity within simple words. I loved this book, because it made Obi-Wan more human, showing us that there is more to him than Jedi philosophies. I enjoyed the few parts with Qui-Gon, and I always enjoy Siri. However, I felt that Anakin was extremely out of [...]

    4. The ways in which this changed my perceptions of Obi-Wan as a character are hard to put into words. Looking at the saga after reading this, though, he's a completely different person. And I like that person, a lot. Plus, I really liked the juxtaposition of the Anakin/Padme relationship to the Obi-Wan/Siri relationship.

    5. "Secrets" of the Jedi Here I was thinking, this book contains secrets of the Jedi order. Is Yoda high on drugs? Does Mace Windu shave his head every day?Nope, this book does not answer these questions. Instead this is another Obi-Wan/Qui-Gon adventure, (70%), and a small Obi-Wan/Anakin story. We learn that Obi-Wan fell in love with another Jedi while he was young, and both agreed to remain in the Jedi, than to follow their hearts.Then in the second story, Anakin and his secret wife Padme join Ob [...]

    6. This book was the best Star Wars book that is not on one of the eight episodes or the clone war. it was before episode one and it was fantastic. I loved it and it was a very good book and I recommend it to all star wars fans.

    7. this book was great! I wanted to laugh my face off at some points but also I wanted to cry at some points. really good book for younger ones too!

    8. Star Wars Legends Project #102Background: Secrets of the Jedi was written by Jude Watson and published in March 2005. Much like the similar Legacy of the Jedi (my review), it ties in heavily with Watson's "Jedi Apprentice" and "Jedi Quest" series, but isn't part of either.Secrets of the Jedi takes place across multiple times. Part One begins 39 years before the Battle of Yavin, a year after the last book in the "Jedi Apprentice" series. Part Two takes place in 22 BBY, shortly after the Battle of [...]

    9. Watson returns to the setting of her Jedi Apprentice series to give us one more adventure involving Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan, before flipping the adventure to involve Obi-Wan and Anakin. It's very much like what she did with the "Special Edition" books from that series, and I guess the reason she didn't include it as part of that series is because it focuses on events after Episode II, and the Jedi Quest books take place before then.By the time our story begins, Obi-Wan is eighteen, nearly a Jedi Kni [...]

    10. Before this book it wasn't very obvious that love, pure attached love, was forbidden. When Obi-Wan and Bant found out about Qui-Gon an Tahl, they were more saddened of a love lost than ashamed that such a thing would happen.Why is Tahl not on the cover?!Qui-Gon and Obi-Want are sent to escort Taly, a 10-year-old witness to the schemes of bounty hunters. They, with Adi and Siri, travel to Cirrus where they too become targets of the hunters. They crash land on Quadrant 7 - and Obi-Wan talks about [...]

    11. This one is a tale of two generations and forbidden love – and addressing the ramifications of that same forbidden love in a third generation. Early on, Qui-Gon is still grieving the loss of his love (which plays a part in what makes us so attached to him and thus makes his death in Phantom Menace more powerful). He and Obi-Wan are sent to protect a boy from bounty hunters and they are joined by another Master-Padawan team Adi and Siri. The two duos have worked together a few times before, onl [...]

    12. Product Description Love, war, and secrets span generations in this powerful Star Wars novel by best-selling author Jude Watson.To be a Jedi is to safeguard peace in the galaxy. To be a Jedi is to defend justice against tyranny. To be a Jedi is to rely on the Force. To be a Jedi is to not love or live as normal people do at whatever the price.Jedi know that love is not meant to be for them. But when Obi-Wan Kenobi and his fellow apprentice Siri approach a very human falling, the reverberations [...]

    13. This is quite possibly the most boring chapter book I've read to my kids. I mean, there's action in the plot, but the writing itself is so incredibly dull. I made it through the first story, set when Obi-wan is a teen, but when the plot jumped forward 20 years (because dull writing about teenage Anakin just might take away my will to live), I convinced my kids to switch to Smek for President!. So. much. better.

    14. A Jedi is never to fall in love.Grieving for the loss of his friend Tahl, Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn has been sent back to the Jedi Temple to recover. But this peace is soon shattered by an urgent mission -- a young boy with a knack for technology has intercepted a message that indicates a mass assassination of planetary leaders is about to take place. It is up to Qui-Gon and his apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, to protect the boy from the bounty hunter assassinsd to foil the deadly plot.

    15. This brings elegant closure to the Jedi Apprentice series while also looking ahead to the inevitable conclusion of the prequel trilogy. Secrets of the Jedi uses three case studies and three different decisions -- those by Qui-Gon Jinn and Tahl, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Siri Tachi, and Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala -- to explore the implications of the Jedi Code's position on attachment. Poignant and thought-provoking.

    16. Engaging story. An interesting look into how the key Jedi of the prequel trilogy dealt with relationships; Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan and Anakin. All of these characters dealt with a loved one while struggling to maintain their ability to stick to their responsibilities. Interesting with the whole deal concerning a person from before the war involved in the war in the present. In the end a sad but interesting look. B-

    17. Qui-Gon Jin has lost the woman he loved, but he must face a new mission to stop an assassination attempt. Obi-Wan has just discovered love with Siri, but must lose her to remain Jedi. 20 years later, Obi-Wan again faces losing Siri, and Anakin fears for Padme. Each must find the path to the Force.

    18. Suitable for 8+ and those who have seen the films.Most of the book tells the story of Qui Gon and Obi Wan helping escort a witness to the Senate. On the way Obi Wan discovers love. The last bit rushes a long time ahead when Anakin and Padme are married, the witness now has technology the jedi want.Not a bad book, the love aspect is handled well.

    19. This was a good story. I like how this was a two part story, showing Obi-Wan as a padawan and as a master. I find it a very interesting foreshadowing that Qui-Gon says that Obi-Wan and Siri will not be permitted their relationship unless a major upheaval happens to change the galaxy and the Jedi Order.

    20. This was one of my favorite books as a kid. To me the characters just lept off the page. They were so real. It was the first book that I cried when a character died. I recently found and reread the book.

    21. This was a great one :) I love reading Paul Harvey style "The Rest of The Story" and now you know the rest of the story. Good stuff, indeed!

    22. Crying my eyes out.What an emotional roller coaster, its also pretty nice to see anakin suffer since he's a massive loser.

    23. Three generations of Jedi -- Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker -- share the same weakness, and the same secret: Jedis fall in love like any other being.

    24. Romance without much schmaltz! I especially loved Obi-Wan's romantic backstory. It really (spoiler-ish) shows the difference between him and Anakin.

    25. Another children's book, which at this point was tedious, but the ending of some character's arcs was still touching.

    26. Three generation of Jedi, each with a secret, and how they deal with it is the back drop in this masterfully written novel by Jude Watson.

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