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Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice is a popular series of books in the fictional Star Wars Legends universe, published between and Jude Watson is the primary author of the series, although the first book was written by Dave Wolverton. The series' main target market was supposed to be children aged 9 through 12, but due to the books' writing style and "serial" plot development, the books have managed to earn a loyal adult audience as well. Obi-Wan Kenobi must become an apprentice by his thirteenth birthday. Unfortunately, Qui-Gon Jinn , a Jedi Master without an apprentice, finds the boy to be aggressive and unpredictable, as shown in Obi-Wan's sparring match with fellow Jedi student Bruck Chun.
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Claudia Gray and E. For years, Lucasfilm has also published a range of New York Times bestselling novels, exploring the wider story of the galaxy. Johnston will write a young-adult novel "Queen's Shadow," focused on the relationship between Padme and her handmaidens. Although cover art for Gray's story isn't yet finalized, the cover of Johnston's book was shared at the Lucasfilm Publishing Panel. The author himself took to Twitter to share a high-quality image.

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When the novel opens, the relationship between Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan has grown tense. While Qui-Gon takes a more relaxed view of Jedi rules, Obi-Wan is inclined to ensure he is obeying the spirit of the law by also obeying the letter. The underlying tension is forced to a head when Qui-Gon is presented with an opportunity to join the Jedi Council.

Indeed, Qui-Gon would later acknowledge that his student is much wiser than he. In the exclusive excerpt below, the Jedi Council summons Qui-Gon following a difficult mission and makes a surprising offer…. Yet here, within this room, a sense of serenity prevailed. Qui-Gon relished the contrast. Master Billaba leaned forward, studying her datapad with a frown on her face. Qui-Gon bowed his head slightly. Obi-Wan is strong in the Force, and eager to do his duty.

They are published by Scholastic. The back of each volume bears the inscription "Peace over anger. Honor over hate. Strength over fear" above the story's synopsis. Books 11 , 12 , and 13 form their own story arc with Jenna Zan Arbor as the antagonist.



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