Star Wars: X-Wing – Rogue Squadron
February 1996
388ppg

Publisher: Bantam Spectra
Author: Michael A. Stackpole
Cover Artist: Paul Youll

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-553-56801-9 - 1st

NOTES
2 1/2 Years after Jedi

Book 1 of X-Wing Series

SYNOPSIS
Join the most elite fighting force in space on a do-or-die mission only the X-Wings would dare!

They are sleek, swift, and deadly. They are the X-wing fighters. And as the struggle rages across the vastness of space, the fearless men and women who pilot them risk both their lives and their machines. Their mission: to defend the Rebel Alliance against a still-powerful and battle-hardened Imperial for in a last-ditch effort to control the stars!

X-wing Rogue Squadron

Its very name strikes fear into enemy hearts. So when Rebel hero Wedge Antilles rebuilds the legendary Rogue Squadron, he seeks out only the best—the most skilled, the most daring X-wing pilots. Through arduous training and dangerous missions, he weeds out the weak from the strong, assembling a group of hard-bitten warriors willing to fight, ready to die. Antilles knows the grim truth: that even with the best X-wing jockeys in the galaxy, many will not survive their near-suicidal missions. But when Rogue Squadron is ordered to assist in the assault on the heavily fortified Imperial stronghold of Black Moon, even the bravest must wonder if any at all will survive....



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