Old Friends: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Tahl, Qui-Gon Jinn, Yoda, Mace Windu
Time is running out and Obi-Wan must help Qui-Gon save the Temple and help save the life of a friend, while trying to win back the trust of the Jedi Council and his former Master.
There are a few good lightsaber/action scenes toward the end of the book between Qui-Gon Jinn and his former apprentice Xanatos.
Obi-Wan is also fighting a few battles of his own in this story. We learn that it's hard for Qui-Gon to accept Obi-Wan back as his apprentice. Qui-Gon probably feels betrayed, as he once did, when his former apprentice did the same thing. Obi-Wan is also fighting to save a friend's life, and we learn that Obi-Wan loves his friends very much and wouldn't let harm to come to them. In other words, the book has great characterization in it, and Jude Watson has proven herself a successful writer, again.
The book, as most of the others in the series, leaves off as a cliffhanger and makes you want to read the next one. Although, as an extra to this book, after the story is finished, in the back of the book, you can find an excerpt from the next one, "The Day of Reckoning".
Title: The Captive Temple