Star Wars: A Forest Apart
February 2003
55ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Troy Denning
Cover Artist: Steven D. Anderson

Cover Price: $3.50
Media: eBook
ISBN: 0-345-46231-9 - First

NOTES
eBook tie in to Tatooine Ghost.

There are two versions of the book, one for Adobe Reader (B00008K2WY) and one for Microsoft Reader (B00008K2WY).

Includes a nine-page interview with the author and a preview of Tatooine Ghost.

SYNOPSIS
Like Father, Like Son

Growing up in the shadow of his heroic father, Lumpawarrump, son of Chewbacca, feels tremendous pressure to match his father's daring exploits. Chewie's life-debt to Han Solo keeps him from returning home, and without the steadying influence of his father, Lumpy is unfocused and out of control. So Chewie's wife decides that a visit to Coruscant is in order. It's the perfect opportunity for the family to bond-and for Chewbacca to teach his son some much-needed life-lessons. But when Lumpy's eagerness to impress his father leads to direct disobedience, Chewie is forced into an extreme pursuit that will lead him into Coruscant's dangerous underlevels—and to a secret as shocking as it is deadly....



Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Tatooine Ghost (paperback)
January, 2004; ISBN: 0-345-45669-6 - First
San Diego Comic-Con 2014
The Rebelscum Forum Feed
There was an error retrieving the forum feed
More News at TheForce.net
There was an error retrieving the news feed
NEW IN THE PHOTO ARCHIVE:
Probe
Droid
Poll
While it can be argued that both are important to many collectors, the Probe Droid wants to know, if given the choice, would you demand Hasbro brought back all the articulation or improve the paint applications.
Great Paint applications are more important to me.
I'm all about multiple poses, so I'd rather see all the articulation come back.
Current Results