Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia
May 1995
374ppg

Publisher: Bantam Spectra
Author: Dave Wolverton
Cover Artist: Drew Struzan

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-553-56937-6 - 1st

NOTES
4 years after Jedi

SYNOPSIS
George Lucas brought us the blockbuster Star Wars film trilogy. Then some of science fiction's best writers expanded the adventure in their bestselling Star Wars novels. Now the tradition continues with the culmination of a love story that spans a war-torn galaxy...

Though Darth Vader and the Emperor are dead, the Empire lives on and a weakened Alliance must find powerful new help if it to survive. The answer could lie in the Hapes consortium, a cluster of sixty-three high-tech worlds. There is only one catch: Princess Leia must marry the Queen Mother's son, the dashing and wealthy Prince Isolder.

Han Solo reacts badly to the news. Tricking Leia, he flees with her to the beautiful but untamed planet of Dathomir, where he hopes to change her mind—and her heart. Meanwhile, Luke Skywalker and Artoo form an unlikely partnership with the jilted prince to track down the runaways. But their mission is only the beginning of an adventure that will lead to the discovery of an awesome treasure, a group of Force-trained "witches," and a showdown with an invincible foe.


Original Printing
Star Wars: The Courtship of Princess Leia (hardcover)
May, 1994; ISBN: 0-553-08928-5 - 1st


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