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[This story occurs during the Rise of the Empire era]
Events that occur between 28 and 23 years before the Battle of Yavin.

[ The False Peace ]

Paperback Youth Novel
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The False Peace
BOOK STORY
Jude Watson
Scholastic Books
Story published as:
Paperback Youth Novel (2004)
e-Book (2014)

Rating:
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Reviews:
1 review [Average review score: 3 / 5]

Synopsis:
Obi-Wan Kenobi and his apprentice Anakin Skywalker are tasked to protect the Galactic Senate from a threat that could throw the galaxy into dark chaos. With Senators endangered, peace and justice are at risk. Supreme Chancellor Palpatine is vested in the Jedi's success, but to what result?


Chronology:
This story occurs approximately 24 years before the Battle of Yavin.

Related Stories (in chronological order):



Reviews:
Review by Bones, UK, 2011:

"The penultimate book of the Jedi Quest series follows Anakin and Obi-Wan to Coruscant to uncover a plot to discredit the Jedi in the eyes of the Senate. What follows is an unfortunate game of political manipulation and bureaucratic meandering that drags in places.
"The best thing about this book is we get to see the relationship between Anakin and Palpatine whilst still in its infancy. It explains how the two begin a rapport and how Palpatine begins to subtly control Anakin and his thoughts and passions, something that gives their interactions on film more grounding. It also shows how Palpatine's influence begins to break down the relationship that Obi-Wan had finally managed to build with his Padawan.
"It is very satisfying to see here that a few of the minor villains of the series get their just rewards, but it is getting increasingly vexing watching Omega (and now Zan Arbor also) constantly getting away, even if the outcome in this case was very much a foregone conclusion (there is one more book to go in the series - it doesn't take a genius to work out why they weren't caught here).
"The False Peace is everything a penultimate book should be: it wrapped up a few loose ends, set up some points for the next book and built some tension in preparation for a big finale. But the political setting did slow things a touch, despite the various action scenes."

Rating: 3 / 5

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