The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force

The Jedi Path A Manual for Students of the Force Passed down from Master to apprentice The Jedi Path is an ancient training manual that has educated and enlightened generations of Jedi Within its pages the Jedi intraining will discover the history

  • Title: The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force
  • Author: DanielWallace
  • ISBN: 9781452102276
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Passed down from Master to apprentice, The Jedi Path is an ancient training manual that has educated and enlightened generations of Jedi Within its pages, the Jedi intraining will discover the history and lore of the Jedi Order, the ways of the Force and how to wield it, the subtle nuances of lightsaber combat, and the dangers of the Dark Side The only remaining copy inPassed down from Master to apprentice, The Jedi Path is an ancient training manual that has educated and enlightened generations of Jedi Within its pages, the Jedi intraining will discover the history and lore of the Jedi Order, the ways of the Force and how to wield it, the subtle nuances of lightsaber combat, and the dangers of the Dark Side The only remaining copy in existence, this hallowed tome features handwritten annotated notes by Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Count Dooku, and Darth Sidious, among many others Created in collaboration with Lucasfilm along with an acclaimed Star Wars author and revered Star Wars illustrators this volume also introduces never before seen ships, creatures, characters, and details about the Star Wars galaxy.

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  • This, no doubt, will be an incredibly fun book for some Star Wars fans. But, for me it was completely unnecessary. Normally I tend to like books like this if I feel that they belong in their world, however, this was completely unrealistic.This would have been destroyed Several characters have annotated the text, and some have even gone on to comment on the remarks of others. Some of the Emperor’s responses were very amusing. This is all well and good, but the problem is that this book actually [...]

  • The effort taken to present this 'lost' manual of the Jedis deserve applause. Pressing the button makes the vault doors open up with beeps and hisses and the book itself rises from inside thanks to a battery operated platform (batteries included as well. That's rare!) After a while, though, the novelty wears off a bit. It's not bad but there's just so many times you can press the button and see the book rise because you get tired of it.The manual itself is another cause for applause. It covers e [...]

  • There is no emotion, there is peace.There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.There is no chaos, there is harmony.There is no passion, there is serenity.There is no death, there is the Force.This book is a veritable treasure trove of information pertaining to Jedi and the Jedi Order. Ever wonder how a lightsaber is made? Ever wonder about the different types of Jedi and their function? Ever wonder about the Trials and Knighting ceremony? Then read this book because all of these things and so muc [...]

  • This book is SO much fun!If you get the bells-and-whistles "Vault Edition," you get to start your reading experience with quite the presentation. That just starts off the fun.The text of the book is very interesting; a great compilation of all the Jedi philosophies from the myraid of movies, shows and EU books.The annotations are hilarious. Dan really captured each character's voice. And they were a wonderful way to address many of the fan arguments that you can find on any Star Wars fan board.T [...]

  • En su momento tuve la suerte de leer estas enseñanzas. Lástima que no sirvieron para su fin. Mi paso al lado oscuro de La Fuerza fue ineludible.

  • Vaya reliquia de coleccionismo friki *-*Aún no los he leído en su totalidad, pues como bien se supone, no son libros narrativos al uso, sino manuales. Y es tal la cantidad de información y expansión del universo sobre el mundo jedi y sith que WOW e infinitamente WOW. Una real pasada, ya solo desde su edición de lujo que es el pack, taaaan IMPRESIONANTE. Las mejores ediciones de libros que han visto mis ojos hasta el momento.

  • 2.5 stars rounded up to three.Tackling 800 large, small-print, elevated-vocabulary laden pages of Our Mutual Friend has put me a book behind in my 2017 reading challenge, and we just can't have that. Luckily I had this standing by. I started it five years ago for nighttime reading when the current book I had was too much to deal with when bedding down. It could serve that purpose well since it's broken up into small segments. It's a shame I didn't find it more interesting, and it simply sat on [...]

  • As both guidebook and history lesson, The Jedi Path offers insight into what it means to be a Jedi Knight and hints at the philosophies, structures, and mantras of the Jedi way that allowed for their great longevity but that also prevented them from seeing their eventual destruction. The book is a sleek, in-world manual for Jedi of all ages covering the basic tenets, factions, duties, training, history, and lore of the Jedi Order. Published shortly after the Battle of Ruusan and the supposed des [...]

  • I just sat and read this book and thought-- where is the rest? There has to be more, right? It was very good and I loved the notes in it. I was really interested in the part about a Jedi and his sabre. I wish they would have made it longer. I was thinking about getting the Sith one.

  • 3.5. This is without a doubt the nerdiest book I've ever read. I did love how the book had notations from all the great Jedi in the margins. Fun to think this one book could be passed around from Dooku to Luke.

  • I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about the ways of the Jedi and has a higher level of thinking and reading, because it is a hard read and offers a lot of missing information on Jedi. If you don't like Star Wars or don't find it interesting, then this book is not for you because you would be bored. The Jedi Path by Daniel Wallace is basically a guide on the ways of the Force. It was passed down from generation to generation of Jedi. It was first owned by Yoda who passed it [...]

  • Entertaining at points, but I expected more. The idea is that it's an ancient manuscript found by the generation of Jedi's before Yoda and was passed down through several characters from the movies to Luke (including Emperor Palpatine). The presentation was very cool--with rough pages and hand drawings--and some of the material was engaging. But the "handwritten" comments from the various characters are often too cheeky and just represented stereotypes of those characters. It could have been som [...]

  • Decepción máxima.Yo esperando una especie de manual sobre la disciplina jedi, y me encuentro con una suerte de bestiario ilustrado acerca del universo Star Wars.Tiene alguna cosita interesante, como los tipos de esgrima con el sable láser, pero ni de lejos es un manual.Joder, yo quería ser un jedi

  • It is as it is aptly described in the title, a manual. While certainly not a foundational springboard into the larger EU, it is nevertheless an entertaining addition to it. I especially enjoyed the numerous notes left by Knights of old, adding their various and very telling perspectives of the Force and the Order.

  • it's a excellent book to give you insight into the Jedi order.but remember that its a handbook given to younglings of the order, it's much more like a college prospectus than anything elseough reading this gave me good insight as to why the Jedi order fell and reason why people hated the Jedi so much.

  • An an interesting look into the Jedi Order, however I think that the "notes" in this one aren't as entertaining or interesting as the ones in the Book of Sith. Ahsoka seemed really immature (though this could be due to my having watched Rebels, which came out long after this book), and I think the writer(s?) were trying a little too hard to make Anakin's dark side temptations obvious. Still, if you really like Star Wars, I would say this is worth the read.

  • I loved it. Lots of stuff I didn't know and more that isn't accurate anymore because of the new movies (LONG LIVE THE EU!) but still a good read.

  • It's a well-crafted, if not fascinating Jedi handbook. What really makes it interesting are the notes left in the margins by Yoda, Dooku, Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, Anakin, Luke, and even Sidious.

  • I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK!Just finished reading it, despite having my course-works due in the next few days.This is a definitive read for those who wants to really follow the Jedi Path!There's so many exciting things that combine together to make this book the awesome-st of the awesome-st.There's the annotations from Qui Gon, Obi Wan, Anakin, Ahsoka, Darth Sidious and of course Luke Skywalker - and all parts of the story fit together.The manuscript really sounds believable as thought it was d [...]

  • Daniel Wallace is a master of shorthand. The Jedi Path, the Book of the Sith, the Bounty Hunter's Code, and the Imperial Handbook all are ripe with incredible real world philosophies and faiths.A compendium of many mystic philosophies from many faiths across the world, the Jedi Path illuminates the audience to the culture, beliefs, and intentions of the Jedi Order before their moral break down in the Clone Wars and near extinction in the Imperial Age. The book shows the many different types of J [...]

  • Does what it needs to, namely provide a clear, detailed overview of Jedi thought and practice with commentary from the book's distinguished lineage. Highlights include Anakin alternately bragging and whining about every bit of bureaucracy he comes across and the fact that Luke's signature makes an X-wing of the S and K in "Skywalker." Luke, you ridiculous loser. I needed to read this for a story I'm writing, Lord help me, and it gave me a lot of insight into the background details to writing a J [...]

  • I had this book for about a month and a half. I have read it cover to cover twice. I have to say I am very impressed. It provides a more detailed overview of the Jedi order and the Jedi code. It is written to look and feel like a handbook given to students upon arriving at the Jedi temple for training. It includes many "notes" written by Jedi who possessed the book Including Yoda, Luke, Kenobi, and Dooku to name a few. The illustrations are wonderful and add to the illusion of it being a handboo [...]

  • This is the first in a series of Star Wars books that are presented as being in-universe artifacts. The Jedi Path is essentially a text book for students of the Force. The inside cover lists the previous owners of the book and includes such famous Jedi as Yoda, Count Dooku, Qui-Gon Jinn and Anakin Skywalker. The book also has many little props that you will find hidden in its pages, such as Qui-Gon's padawan braid, and a napkin on which Obi-Wan sketched the design for his new lightsaber. Much of [...]

  • Well, there were a few errors here and there (Ahoska was attributed to several of Anakin's annotations, which was mildly annoying) but other than that, man was this fun to read. I'm ready to go out there and build myself a lightsaber and see how much I absorbed reading this. I still can't telekinetically use the Force to get the TV remote when it's on the other side of the room, but I'll keep trying. :)

  • Some parts are better than others. I think this book gave me a better insight into the flaws of he Jedi, which was enjoyable. Some of the annotations were amusing, but they seemed too connected to story lines and events from the movies and EU. Too much dramatic irony in the comments. Many of them I couldn't imagine why someone would have annotated it. Seemed more things people would think when they read than actually write down. For example, I can't imagine Anakin annotating at all.

  • A good summary of Jedi history and beliefs as they've been developed over the course of the Star Wars movies and expanded universe fiction. It should be an interesting read to any fan of Star Wars, even those not overly enamored of the prequels.Unfortunately, it's not really worth the $100 price tag. The box is cool, and the handful of extras included are fun, but not worth it. If I were to include the price in my rating it would be much lower.

  • A great little book for anyone who wants to know a little more about the Star Wars universe. I'm not even close in knowledge to a passionate fan, so keep in mind my opinion is from someone who knows nothing more than the movies.I would have given it five stars because it was really amusing, however I disagree with too much of the Jedi philosophy, so I stole one star for that.

  • An awesome piece of lore. I liked reading and finding the connections to actual philosophies such as Zen Buddhism and Tao. I wish there were more lightsaber related content though. It'd be way awesome if someone took existing fencing/sword codices and used their content to make a lightsaber "velocities" manual.

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