Obi-Wan Kenobi has left the Jedi Order in order to help end the Civil War on Melida/Daan. But the Young leaders, and Obi-Wan himself, will soon discover that winning a war and ruling a planet are two separate tasks. He will be tested as he forges ahead with his new path without his master to guide him.
While Obi-Wan helps shape the new government on Melida/Daan, Qui-Gon comes to grips with his second failed Master/Padawan relationship back at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. Things at the temple are not at rest, nor is Qui-Gon’s soul.
Books 5-7 form a unified story arc.
Obi-Wan Kenobi is no longer a Jedi. He has chosen instead to be a part of the revolution on the planet Melida/Daan. His Master, Qui-Gon Jinn, has gone back to Coruscant, where trouble is stirring inside the Jedi Temple.
Obi-Wan takes comfort in his friends, the other leaders of the revolution. Together they have power—perhaps too much power. As the revolution continues, friends become enemies, and Obi-Wan's path grows more and more uncertain. Qui-Gon is no longer around to help him.
Obi-Wan is on his own
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