STAR WARS: LEGACY OF THE JEDI

Source: (Clone Wars)

Published: August 2003

Assortment:
Junior Novelizations

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

Author: Jude Watson

Cover Artists: Keirsten Geise & David Mattingly

Assortment No.:
ISBN 0-439-53666-9

Retail: $12.95

Features: 

  • Hardcover
  • Dust Jacket
  • Comments: Four generations of Jedi. One common enemy. The Jedi Temple is a place of secrets and trust. Inside its walls, a legacy is passed down from generation to generation of peace, justice and strength. But that legacy can be broken. Sometimes the greatest enemies rise from within... Lorian Nad is a promising Jedi apprentice. A Padawan named Dooku is his best friend. Under the watchful eye of Yoda, they are preparing to become Jedi Knights. Dooku knows their fate is intertwined...yet he is not prepared for a turn of events that reveals the dark side to him for the first time. Years later, Dooku is a Jedi Master and Lorian Nad is a pirating outcast. With an unforseen desire for revenge, Dooku works to thwart his former friend - even if it means crossing his own apprentice, Qui-Gon Jinn... When Qui-Gon himself becomes a Jedi Master, the specter of Lorian Nad still looms. As Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan Kenobi struggle to find their place as Master and Padawan, they must work together to prevent an interplanetary threat - and to outwit a very familiar enemy... During the Clone Wars, Lorian Nad wants to play a pivotal role as the Republic battles to keep hold of a strategic planet. On one side, Obi-Wan and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, must decide whether they can trust such an infamous figure. On the other side, the now compromised Count Dooku has a score to setle against his old nemesis... Four generations of trust and betrayal. One Legacy.


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