Star Wars: The Last of the Jedi #1: The Desperate Mission

Star Wars: The Last of the Jedi #1: The Desperate Mission
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Ages 9-12. 176 pages. First published April 2, 2005. Re-published by Disney on November 25th, 2014.

Written by Jude Watson.

Boba Fett is referenced toward the end, and continues in Book 2.

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The Empire has risen. The Jedi Order has been destroyed. As far as the Emperor is concerned, the Jedi are all but extinct. But on the remote planet of Tatooine, one Jedi Master remains: Obi-Wan Kenobi. Devastated by the loss of his fellow Jedi - and th betrayal of his former apprentice Anakin - Obi-Wan has been left with one last task: to watch over and protect a young child named Luke. When Obi-Wan finds out that a former Jedi apprentice has survived, he must make a painful decision: whether to stay on Tatooine or go on one last, desperate mission - right into the heart of the Empire.

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