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The Captive Temple by Jude Watson
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The Jedi Temple is under attack. An attempt has been made to kill Yoda. A dangerous intruder has infiltrated the Jedi. Everyone is under suspicion, and no one is safe. Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jim must get to the heart of the conspiracy or watch the Temple be destroyed from the inside.

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Is the Jedi Council even capable of not being dicks to children? I honestly don't think they are. That's basically my takeaway from this installment of the Jedi Apprentice series. The Council didn't start with being dicks to Anakin, nope they started way before then.

On another note, I did like that Obi-Wan's arc in this book was basically "actions have consequences and you gotta live with them." ( )
  irasobrietate | Jun 4, 2019 |
After a long terrible mission on Melida/Daan, Obi-Wan Kenobi and his Master, Qui-Gon Jinn, return home to the Jedi Temple. Where Obi-Wan's fate will be decided after his betrayal on the Jedi but, when Yoda's life is threatened Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan must find the assassin who now threatens the whole Temple! While reunited with their old friends, Blind Master Tahl and Padawan Bant, to save the temple more and more attacks are being made. Obi-wan inspects his fellow Padawans about a spy named Bruck who's stealing from the Temple. At the same time, Qui-Gon inspects the Temple mechanic about how the attacks are being made through the temple's sabotaged power system and how they can fix it. When they find out that Xantos, Qui-Gon's old Padawan who turned to the dark side, and an undercover Jedi spy is behind the attacks the Temple does everything in its power to stop them!
Qui-gon, with the help of Tahl, figures out Xantos's plan. With a lisenting chip in Tahl's servant droid and an evil equation from the past they find out of a raid the Temple treasury. So they set a trap for the two with the help of two Jedi to impersonate Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan for Xantos to her false information about an escape route. While the real Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan trap Xantos and Bruck in the treasury but, find Bant taken hostage by Xantos. So they continue their trap and seperated the two fallen Jedi and put an end to their torture. After Bruck is defeated and Bant rescued, Xantos escapes and Qui-Gon finds out the reactor will blow so they find the bomb and save the Temple.Obi-Wan is welcomed back but Qui-Gon feels that Xantos won't stop to ruin the galaxy.
So he and Obi-Wan set out on a hunt for Xantos. ( )
  PatrickC.B4 | Sep 10, 2013 |
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