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eBook Star wars:yng jedi:je (Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights) download ISBN: 0425173135
Author: Kevin J. Anderson
Publisher: Berkley (September 1, 1999)
Language: English
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Young Jedi Knights is a Star Wars young adult fiction series by science fiction writer Kevin J. Anderson and his wife Rebecca Moesta. It was published from 1995 to 1998.

Young Jedi Knights is a Star Wars young adult fiction series by science fiction writer Kevin J. It covers the Jedi training of Jacen and Jaina Solo, the twin children of Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo. The series begins 23 years ABY (After the Battle of Yavin), when the twins are fourteen years old. Originally intended to cover six novels, the series eventually stretched to fourteen volumes.

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Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights is the name of a series of fourteen young reader books that were written between June 1995 and December 1998 by Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta. The series follows the adventures of Jacen and Jaina Solo, and introduced their friends Lowbacca, Zekk, Tenel Ka, and Raynar Thul. The series was published by both Boulevard and Berkley Jam. Young Jedi Knights: The Rise of the Shadow Academy. Young Jedi Knights: Jedi Shadow. Young Jedi Knights: Jedi Sunrise.

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Kevin J. Anderson is the author of the Star Wars: Jedi Academy trilogy, the Star Wars novel, Darksaber, and the comic series The Sith War for Dark Horse comics and the science fiction novel Blindfold. He is a New York Times bestselling author and lives in California with his wife, Rebecca Moesta.

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Jacen and Jaina, along with other young Jedi knights, must rescue Lowbacca from the planet Ryloth, controlled by the hostile government of Nolaa Tarkona, before he is forced to join her Diversity Alliance or is executed for resisting.
Comments: (7)
Buzalas
Great book about the jedi knights who go on to star in the future Star Wars novels. Provides a good back story to the saga.
Debeme
Good read
Kulalas
Usually, in most series by the time they reach book 10 it is beggining to get cheesy and unsatifying, but this is an exception. In fact, I think that this book is even better than the other three books in the second series of Young Jedi Knights, though I generaly liked the first series better. For one thing, even though there is one more book after this one, it seemed to tie in just about all the subplots of the series into a flawless intertwining story, that is much better than most people give it credit for, just because they are kids books. Anyway, in this story, The Young Jedi Knights (Jacen, Jaina, Tenel Ka, and Raynar) finally decide that they have waited long enough for Lowie (their other friend) to return from visiting the Diversity Aliance and they must assume that he has either joined them, or is being held against his will. (both bad things) So they take off to go to rescue him, but are captured by the Diversity Aliance (who is fanacicly anti-human) and thrown into the spice mines to slave out their remaining years in agony. Will they save Lowie and escape? And if they manage to will they survive in the nearly inhospitably cold exterier to Ryloth? You'll just have to read the book to find out. One thing that bothers me, is that when they ask Lusa to stay behind and cover for them saying that they went on a mission or something, well wouldn't the adults imediatly be suspicios? I mean they are just a bunch of fifteen year old kids, wouldn't the adults feel responsible if something happened to them? Yet everyone seems to simply take it in stride as a normal accurance untill Zekk and Lusa come forward and tell the truth for them. Also, these budding relationships between all the kids, while extremly innocent, are starting to get annoying. Actually, the relationship between Jacen and Tenel Ka is fine, it being fun and interesting to watch. But do we really need more than that? Now new characters have actually been created just so other characters aren't left out of this, or so it seems. Zekk in particular was never one of my favorite characters, though despite myself I am begining to like him more. I am still completly against him forming a relationship with Jaina though, despite the fact they like each other. While I suppose Jaina does like him for the right reasons, they are better as friends. Their so called relationship is not only boring, but also completly unneccacary. A poor attemp to relate to teenage girls who would be reading this book. I'm a girl, and I'm fifteen, but this still seems silly and unneccecary, as is Lusa and Raynar, and Lowie and Raaba. Well now that I'm through complaining, I'll sign off by saying once again that this is a great book that I reccomend to any Star Wars fan, especially those interested in seeing how Han and Leia's kids turned out.
Pruster
Finally, the series takes off. "Jedi Bounty" is so far the best of the "Young Jedi Knights." The Jedi teens go to Ryloth to rescue their friend Lowie. It is a dangerous place for them to be, as humans are the despised enemy.

Each of the characters has an important role. The relationship between Jacen and Tenel Ka deepens, delicately done. It's beautiful considering what's in store for them in the future. Zekk is smarter and more likeable. The adults are on the sidelines and never in the know, which I suppose is common in young adult novels. You'd think Luke would sense a little more than he does, but when he's there, we are in awe.

I really enjoyed "Jedi Bounty." It is part of a series but it held its own. That's how they should all be done.
Alsath
Well! What can I say about this book except that it's fantastic! Jaina and Zeek seem to be getting together, as are Lusa and Raynar, and Tenel Ka and Jacen. But of course thats not the only reason. The action in here is great! The capture of the Jedi Knights, the escape from Ryloth, and the healing. All of the Jedi Knights seem to be maturing with themselves as well as with each other. If you are the biggest fan in the world you of course have to read this book. But even if you just saw the movie for the fun of it, this book is a must for every one. If you don't have it, you better run out and buy it today. There weren't many left at my store the other day. Once again, RUN OUT AND BUY THIS BOOK! YOU HAVE SIMPLY GOT TO HAVE IT! Happy Reading!
Kiutondyl
Jacen, Jaina and group held off to get Lowie back from the Diversity Alliance but it doesn't go well at all instead they end up slaves in a spice mines leaving Lusa to come after them. Another interesting installment of the Young Jedi Knights asside from a few little details like them traveling around the Galaxy at fifteen or them telling Lusa to cover for them (like no one's going to notice they have left the planet?) I like each book better then the last. They're fun adventures and each charactor is well written. I like the little tiny crushes between Jacen and Tenel Ka and Jaina and Zekk their cute but not overly annoying nor are they the main focus of the stories and that works for me.
Risteacor
This book was really super.Definitly one of the most suspensful books in the Young Jedi Knights series.The plot was great and it ties in with everthing that has been going on so far. Anderson and Moesta are superb!I really want the next book The Emporor's Plague but I can't seem to get anyone to take me to the bookstore! Oh well! I definitly recommend this book who has read all the other books in the series . I think you will find that it is worth your money.
I have recenlty found to my suprise that many YA novels are very interesting. The "Young Jedi Knights" series have a lot of these novels and this particular book is easily representative of the breed. It helped that I have read some of the previous books of the series, however, otherwise I would have been completely lost in the character interrelationships.