Like ‘Tales of the Jedi’? read the books

Tales of the Star Wars Jedi provides an anthology of origin stories from some of the galaxy’s greatest warriors. From Qui-Gon Jinn to Count Dooku, the series lifted the veil on the mysterious ways and tales of the Jedi Order. However, the mystical tales of these Force mystics don’t have to end on Disney+. Sometimes the page is more powerful than the screen.

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As well as having one of the most comprehensive movie collections in the sci-fi genre, the extended universe that fills the pages of the even bigger star wars the series of novels is even more impressive. With approximately 381 books currently in the series, the literary galaxy is even larger and more expansive than the visions presented on film. So huge, in fact, that many Padawans and Jedi might find it hard to decide where to start. Fortunately, the good people of Youtini have compiled the ultimate guide to star wars literary universe, and have even divided various volumes by theme, genre and characters. With Tales of the Jedi increasingly popular on Disney+, fans may want to consider perusing literary works based on some of the galaxy’s greatest warriors.

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Since the Disney+ anthology series is called “Tales of the Jedi,” Youtini’s Jedi Collection might be the best starting point for new readers, although the site does have a recommended reading order. Fans looking for more adventures with characters like Ahsoka Tano, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Kanan Jarrus won’t be disappointed with what the collection has to offer. Six episodes can only go so far, and fans who want more will easily benefit from something with a few extra chapters.

Dooku on a book cover
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That being said, books and anime series are two totally different mediums. However, there are plenty of novels with more than enough drama and excitement for any television or film adaptation. Some of the recommended books in this collection alone include John Jackson Miller’s Kenobi, master and apprentice by Claudia Gray, and the powerful and compelling Dooku: Lost Jedi by Cavan Scott, and they all come with different recommendation ratings to suit even the greenest Padawan learner. While not all books are created equal, they all come with the epic scale, adventures, and lore a fan can expect from star wars universe.

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That’s just the tip of the literary iceberg, as there are legions of other titles out there to enjoy. The star wars The book series contains more stories than an entire army of Clone Troopers. Jedi, Sith, bounty hunters and everything in between can be read, studied and experienced between the pages of these novels.

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