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Star Wars Young Jedi Je [Mass Market Paperback]

K Anderson
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April 15 2002 Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights
Lowbacca has left the Jedi academy and traveled to the planet Ryloth, headquarters of the Diversity Alliance, to see what the Alliance is really all about. On Yavin 4, Jacen, Jaina and the other young Jedi Knights have already discovered one truth about the Alliance--once you go to Ryloth, you either join, or you die. Lowie is in great danger, and they must rescue him. But what can a small group of humans do against a planet full of hostile aliens? .
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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. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars must get this book Sept. 18 2000
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This is a great book. one of the beast. A good part is when Jacen & Tenel Ka get lost in the ice land. "The first thing Jacen noticed was the cold. He shivered and looked at Tenel Ka,her lizard hide boots rose to midcalf, but her scaled armor only covered a minuscule portion of her uper thigh and left her arms bare. You must be c-c-cold,he said. This is a fact,said Tenel Ka. Chill wind went into the cave like knives of ice. Jacen, unable to thik of any other comfort, put his arms around Tenel Ka and pulled her to him in hopes of sharing some of his body warmth. Tenel Ka's arm slid around Jacen's waist and hugged him". so they are frezzing to death. It gets a bit more buddy buddy for Jacen & Tenel Ka. Now Jaina &Ranar are in the hot lands. " Raynar did his best to keep up with Jaina as they trudged between cracks, lept over open spaces like ovens, and hid from the heat in any shadows they could find. Now I know what a nerf sausage-- on a hot plate feels like,said Raynar. Jaina couldn't anser. Her skin was red and raw from the heat, her hands and feet had good number of blisters already. Jaina climbed up a rockface, along a cleft in the tones that heid some shade. She slipped briefly and reaching out to steady herself, touched an outcropping of rock exposed to the direct sunlight. She hissed in pain and snached her fingers away. Red burn-welts sprouted on her skin. Working it the mines is starting to sound like a vacationto me,she admitted. we don't have any waterout here, no food or protection...said Jaina". So they have to deal with the heat. This is a great book, to see what happens you got to get it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A light uncomplicated read. Sept. 16 2000
By Thorn
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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.
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I loved this book. I read it a year ago and I still rememberparts of it, especially the day and night sides of Ryloth. It was neathow the friends kept saving each other.
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4.0 out of 5 stars An engaging piece of literature however.... July 22 1999
By A Customer
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"Jedi bounty" surely is a most engaging piece of literature..however it does exhibit some tendencies which greatly lowered my opinion of the novel. First, it is not consistent with the other 5 novels in that story line. As in, the other 4 represent more off character tendencies for the series, and therefore this is refreshingly authentic. However the mere fact that it does not coincide with it's counter-parts is a blow to it's credibility
Do not get me wrong i enjoyed this book Very much, I just found that it stood out from the other 4 a little TOO much
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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS BOOK IS GREAT!!!!!!!!! June 21 1999
By A Customer
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I would suggest this book to any Star Wars fan. It is full of action and suspence. I really enjoyed it, and I hope anyone else who reads it will to!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVED IT! I LOVED IT!!! Nov. 29 1998
By A Customer
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This book is the best one in the series so far. I liked the way the kids escape from Ryloth, and Tenel Ka really kicked the crap out of Hovrak. I can't wait until "The Emperor's Plague" comes out!
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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT, LIKE ALL THE OTHERS!!! Oct. 11 1998
By A Customer
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Hi, Ive read all the Young Jedi Knight series and they are all excellent, the suspense is incredable, the action adrenalin pumping and in general are superb books. READ THEM!!!
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