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Secrets of the Jedi

Secrets of the Jedi
Author Jude Watson
Cover artist David Mattingly
Country USA
Language English
Series Canon C
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Publisher Scholastic
Publication date
1 March 2005
Media type Hardcover
Pages 203
ISBN ISBN 0-439-53667-7
Preceded by Legacy of the Jedi
Followed by The Rising Force

Secrets of the Jedi is a 2005 Star Wars novel by Jude Watson.

The novel centers on the forbidden loves of certain Jedi characters. In particular light is Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi's love for fellow female Jedi Siri Tachi. The novel also makes a mention about the love existing between the Jedi Qui Gon Jinn and the Jedi Knight Tahl, as well as the love and forbidden marriage between Anakin Skywalker and Senator Padmé Amidala.

Plot summary

To be a Jedi is to safeguard peace in the galaxy. To be a Jedi is to defend justice against tyranny. To be a Jedi is to rely on the Force. To be a Jedi is to not love or live as normal people do…at whatever the price.

Jedi know that love is not meant to be for them. But when Obi-Wan Kenobi and his fellow apprentice Siri approach a very human failing, the reverberations are felt for many years…to when Obi-Wan has an apprentice of his own, Anakin Skywalker, whose secrets will draw Obi-Wan and Siri further into the Clone Wars.

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