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Dark Disciple

Dark Disciple by Christie Golden
An adventure teaming shadowy Jedi Quinlan Vos and former Sith acolyte Asajj Ventress together. This book is a continuation of The Clone Wars TV series. It was based on unproduced scripts for the TV show, but is intended as a more adult take on the characters.

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This is a book from the New Canon timeline! It's guaranteed to be consistent with future movies, TV shows, books, and comics (and all new stories since mid-2014).

The Cestus Deception

The Cestus Deception by Steven Barnes
A story about the height of the Clone Wars, the struggle of the Jedi to hold back the separatists, and the moral questions raised in a galaxy at war. The story follows Jedi Masters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto and the complement of clone troopers serving them as they fight to keep the Separatists from unleashing a new weapon on the galaxy.

Count Dooku does not appear in the novel, even though his face is on the cover.

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This is a prequel era book from the Legends timeline. It may be contradicted by newer books, movies, or TV shows (if so, just think of it as an alternate universe).

Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie novelization

Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie novelization by Karen Traviss
Author Karen Traviss, known for her vivid and realistic characters, writes this high-quality adaptation of The Clone Wars film that kicked off the animated series.

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This is a movie novelization from the Legends timeline. Though the movie itself is canon, original content in the book could be contradicted by future books, movies, or TV shows (if so, you can think of it as an alternate universe).

Yoda: Dark Rendezvous

Yoda: Dark Rendezvous by Sean Stewart
A unique and charming novel focused around one of Yoda's adventures during the Clone Wars.

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This is a prequel era book from the Legends timeline. It may be contradicted by newer books, movies, or TV shows (if so, just think of it as an alternate universe).