The Captive Temple has ratings and 60 reviews. Jerry said: Another exciting episode in the Jedi Apprentice saga, this one featuring a character who. The Captive Temple. The change at the Jedi Temple hit Obi-Wan Kenobi even before he’d stepped inside. The Temple was usually a place of meditation and. Find great deals for Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Captive Temple Bk. 7 by Jude Watson (, Paperback). Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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Immediately after blaster fire erupts from above them. Everybody is under suspicion, and no one is safe from harm. Follows straight on from where the last apprenfice left off.
It was a really interesting twist, setting the entire story in the Jedi Temple for once.
Star Wars Jedi Apprentice: The Captive Temple Bk. 7 by Jude Watson (2000, Paperback)
Then a probe droid appears, Qui-Gon quickly slashes it out the sky, but soon three more arrive. Miro is hard-pressed to keep up. These stories follow Obi-Wan Kenobi, my favorite character from all of Star Wars for as long as I can remember, and just getting a story from his point of view is worth the modest price.
But now everything is different: In the end, when Qui-Gon decides to go against the council’s wishes to pursue Xantos Obi-Wan although not currently Qui-Gon’s apprentice makes the decision that he has to be by Qui-Gon’s side for the pursuit. I won’t lie, I started this series because I adore Qui-Gon as a character and wanted to learn more about him, since he is rather mysterious. As they are about to part ways with Tahl, Qui-Gon asks her her plan.
When they hear the rumor confirmed they blame themselves for his death, but Tahl consoles them by telling them it was Roan’s own choice to find them. Contents [ show ]. The Key to Everything.
Xanatos comes across as a bit too cartoonish, being evil just to be evil, going so far as to have one of those “You can catch me, but only at the cost of your friends’ lives! The Jedi Temple temle under attack. Sep 08, paulina rated it really liked it Shelves: When he sees a blond strand of hair sticking out, Qui-Gon quickly realizes the twins are being kidnapped.
jfdi I thought it was rubbish. For me, it just makes the Order seem more relatable. The main characters are done very well, the story is really engaging, and the climax is totally worth it.
Despite these flaws though, I think this book is actually really good. Spoiler Warning Obi-Wan grows up quite a bit in this book and learns to take responsibility for his actions.
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Sign In Don’t have an account? Highly recommend not only this book, but this entire series. Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan rush toward the Institute of Government Serviceand there they force Bolag’s assistant to take them to the secret meeting room where temmple meeting was to take place.
They have sent probe droids to hunt and kill her, and because she cannot see or sense the droids she cannot destroy them. Both Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan left for Bandomeer, however en route they were attacked by unknown criminals.
Qui-Gon with his seclusive ways and Obi-wan trying to make Qui-Gon proud of him. Finally their trust begins to grow again.
The first couple of books were interesting in that they were a part of the Expanded Universe, but as the series continued, and developed further into its own mythology, it took on greater shape, and greater depth. If you are looking for some background information for characters, this series accomplishes that. This tragedy has befallen us all.
Kelly and Miko, however, Yoda’s gaze passed over him neutrally, then focused on Qui-Gon. After working together to defeat the criminals, the two continued to Bandomeer. Read on for more about Brock and his book, an interview, an excerpt, plus an giveaway!
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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Obi-Wan pressed a hand to his forehead. She describes their feelings about each other and the way they are bonded to each other very well.
Gray’s army in Predator Vs. An occasional flash of silver shimmered, the wings of a spacecraft catching a ray of sunshine as the clouds momentarily parted. The Defenders of the Dead. It shows the Jedi weren’t perfect, they had blights and screw ups as much as any group apprenticf, plus to see their errors is like when Luke said the Jedi Order wasn’t perfect in TLJ.
I love the look into Qui-Gon’s tmeple demeanor or seeing Obi-Wan as not the perfect padawan.