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Author:
Cliff Nielsen,Jude Watson
ISBN13:
978-0439139335
ISBN:
0439139333
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Scholastic Paperbacks (August 1, 2001)
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Book 14 of 20 in the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice Series. When reading any of the Jedi Apprentice books, I'm sure you'll realize what talent Jude Watson has, packing each and every book with all the elements of a good read.

Book 14 of 20 in the Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice Series. After reading this, have "The Death of Hope" and "The Call to Vengeance" on hand since this book ends in a cliffhanger! This series explains a lot about how Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan first meet. Their beginning is far from simple and all smooth-sailings, which would be pretty monotonous if it was.

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Ties That Bind. Please be sure to read "The Ties That Bind" before reading this book

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Ties That Bind. Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Call To Vengeance. Please be sure to read "The Ties That Bind" before reading this book. Then after reading this, "The Call to Vengeance" on hand since this book ends in a cliffhanger! This series explains a lot about how Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan first meet. Read "The Ties That Bind" and "The Death of Hope" before this book or I assure you that you will be a bit confused because many of the events which take place closely tie in with the two previous books. Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice The Threat Within. This series explains a lot about how Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan first meet.

The Ties That Bind Chapter 1 The air was thin and sharp on this world. Another Jedi had left a trail for them to follow to a transport. The trail led over snow, high cliffs, and huge sheets of rock, so it was not easy to follow

The Ties That Bind Chapter 1 The air was thin and sharp on this world. It had taken Obi-Wan Kenobi almost a full day to get used to it. Now he enjoyed the bite of fresh, cold air in his lungs. He and his Master, Qui-Gon Jinn, were high in the mountains of Ragoon-6, one of a cluster of planets that were known for their spectacular, remote beauty. The two Jedi's mission was simply to survive. The trail led over snow, high cliffs, and huge sheets of rock, so it was not easy to follow. Qui-Gon had decided on the test after their last mission. Upon their return to the Temple, he had seemed distracted, almost moody, which wasn't like him.

The Ties That Bind book. Jude Watson (Goodreads Author), Cliff Nielsen (Illustrator). The Ties That Bind starts another trilogy within the Jedi Apprentice series, which returns Qui-Gon and Tahl, and old friend of Qui-Gon's who has featured in a handful of books in the series so far, to Apsolon, a planet they helped free from tyranny six years before. The new leader has been killed, and his daughters have requested they return because they don't feel safe.

The Ties That Bind by Jude Watson is the fourteenth in a series of young reader novels called Jedi Apprentice. All the books in the series are written by Jude Watson, except for the first book, Jedi Apprentice: The Rising Force, which was written by Dave Wolverton. The series explores the adventures of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi prior to Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. Reading level: Ages 9-12. Paperback: 136 pages. Publisher: Scholastic Inc. Publishing Date: August 1, 2001.

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice . They took no more than their survival packs.

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice /. Уотсон . книга Jedi Apprentice 14: The Ties That Bind. Chapter 1. The air was thin and sharp on this world. The series explores the adventures of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi prior to Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Qui-Gon Jinn and his ally Tahl must go to New Apsolon to investigate a murder that can destroy the peace between the planet's upper and lower classes. Although he feels left out, Qui-Gon's apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, also joins the group.

Star Wars: Jedi Apprentice is a The New York Times best-selling series. Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi defy the Jedi Council to help an old friend in trouble. Used availability for Jude Watson's The Ties That Bind. July 2001 : USA Library Binding. But are they taking on more than they can handle? A simple mission will prove to be the ultimate test of their allegiance to the Jedi. Genre: Science Fiction.

Surely you have seen enough of the galaxy to know that, Jedi. Yes," Qui-Gon admitted. I know others believe this. But why should I endanger my fortune in such a way?"

Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn join forces as they defy the Jedi Council to help an old friend who is in trouble.
  • My son is a Star Wars fanatic and found this series at the school library. Unfortunately, they had only a couple...just enough to get him really into it! So we purchased the ones the library was missing. There are 18 in all and they were a pretty quick read for him. They take place before The Phantom Menace and feature Qui-gon Jinn and Obi Wan. My son definitely recommends these and I recommend them for young adults.

  • Good book about the prequels - my kid loves the storyline and enjoys the adventure of the entire series

  • i ordered #14 in the series & receiced #7

  • Well, I must admit this one surprised me. It was starting to seem as if the series was past it's golden days, and I wasn't expecting much from this one, but it surprised me, as these books tend to do, by being not only well-written, but also having a unique and inspiring plot and well defined characters. Anyway, in this book Qui-Gon has a disturbing vision of Tahl, his childhood friend, in serious danger. He takes Obi-Wan and heads back to the temple immedietly, only to find her about to depart on a mission to a planet they had set to rights several years earlier, that is coming apart at the seams once again. The Jedi Council forbids him to go after her, but he ignores their warnings and follows her anyway, and what he finds is quite disturbing... Meanwhile, Qui-Gon also is somewhat perplexed at the sudden deepening of his feelings towards Tahl. Is it possible he could be falling in love? As you can probably guess, this book full of action and excitement as well as character stuff, so fans of either will be satisfied. My only real problem was that I didn't like that it skipped over so much time. (two years) In Deceptions it was fairly obvious that taking a Padawan was an issue for Tahl as well as Bant, and being that it has been a recurring theme throughout the series, I assumed it would be delt with, but now it has just been skipped over, so we'll never know what made Tahl change her mind about Bant. As for the Tahl/Qui-Gon thing, well, I could see it coming even in book five when she was first introduced, but being that these books are aimed at 8-12 year olds, (though older teenagers and adults read them shamelessly) I didn't think it was something they would address in this series. I'm not a big fan of romance at all, but there are some exceptions, and I happen to like this relationship. The down side is that since Tahl doesn't appear anywhere in Episode 1, we can only assume she dies in the next couple of books, which annoys me greatly, since she's always been one of my favorites. What's interesting about this is that it comes to terms with something that's never been mentioned before. It's fairly obvious that in the new order of Jedi, love and marriage between Jedi or even Jedi and non-force sensitives is no problem whatsoever, since we have examples such as Luke and Mara, Kam and Tionne, among others I'm sure; but when is this shown in the old order? It will be interesting to see how the Council reacts when they hear. Anyway, fans of the series will love this one, but if you're just starting out, read it from the beginning so it will make sense.

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi is now sixteen-years-old and now has a pretty solid relationship with his master, Qui-Gon Jinn. But right now he is very confused as his master acts distant. The reason is because Qui-Gon is being plagued with terrible dreams about his good friend, the Jedi Tahl, and because of this, he is troubled in his heart. Tahl instead just feels that he is being protective of her because of her blindness. Because of this, Tahl resents any help from him. So when Tahl leaves for a solo mission and doesn't return on schedule, he defies the council and goes to the planet Apsolon to find her. Naturally his confused apprentice follows. But nothing is as it seems. Six years ago Qui-Gon and Tahl had helped bring peace to the planet of Apsolon. But now their leader has been killed and his twin daughters are in trouble. The people are divided between the Workers and the Absolutes and there is unrest as there are secrets and sabotoge. Will the Jedi be able to help the people of Apsolon? And at the same time, will Qui-Gon be able to search his heart for the answer about his feelings for Tahl?
    "The Ties That Bind" is the first of a three book story arc. Though this is a Jedi 'Apprentice' series, the story mostly centers on Qui-Gon as he struggles to search his heart and feelings and he realizes his love for Tahl. The story doesn't really have much action in a way, the focus is more on the extremely satisfying plot with so many intricate twists and turns. I love how everything is kept secret and things are revealed little by little until the very end where everything is made clear! The story is also very dramatic and very sad at times. When reading any of the Jedi Apprentice books, I'm sure you'll realize what talent Jude Watson has, packing each and every book with all the elements of a good read. After reading this, have "The Death of Hope" and "The Call to Vengeance" on hand since this book ends in a cliffhanger!
    This series explains a lot about how Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan first meet. Their beginning is far from simple and all smooth-sailings, which would be pretty monotonous if it was. Though the books are said for ages 9-12, like many other reviewers I agree that the Jedi Apprentice Series are for anybody. Extremely well-written, the emotions, thoughts, and feelings of the main characters are very well put down into words. I also like the different array of humans and aliens which are portrayed, both good and bad.
    Plust check out the new Jedi Quest series, dealing with the master and apprentice duo of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. Another Star Wars Series I recommend and like a lot are the Young Jedi Knights series. The stories are about Jacen and Jaina Solo (twins of Han and Leia Solo), and their friends as they journey on the road to becoming Jedi Knights. More on the teenager level of reading. For adult readings, a few selections I enjoy reading are "The Thrawn Trilogy", "Rogue Planet", "The Jedi Academy Trilogy", "The Corellian Trilogy", and "The Truce at Bakura".