Star Wars: Medstar I – Battle Surgeons
July 2004
309ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Michael Reaves & Steve Perry
Cover Artist: Dave Seeley

Cover Price: $7.50
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-46310-2 - 1st

SYNOPSIS
As civil war between the Republic and the Separatists rages across the galaxy, nowhere is the fighting more fierce that on the swamp world of Drongar, where a beleaguered mobile hospital unit wages a never-ending war of its own....

A surgeon who covers his despair with wisecracks; another who faces death and misery head-on, venting his emotions through beautiful music...A nurse with her heart in her work and her eye on a doctor...A Jedi Padawan on a healing mission without her Master...These are the core members of a tiny med unit serving the jungle world of Drongar, where battle is waged over the control of a priceless native plant, and an endless line of medlifters brings in the wounded and dying—mostly clone troopers but also soldiers of all species.

While the healers work desperately to save lives, others plot secretly to profit from the war—either by dealing on the black market or by manipulating the events of the war itself. In the end, though, all will face individual test, and only those of compassionate hearts and staunch spirits can hope to survive to fight another day.


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Medstar (2 in 1) (hardcover)
October, 2004; ISBN: 0-7394-4697-5 - 1st

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