Star Wars: Children of The Jedi
June 1996
409ppg

Publisher: Bantam Spectra
Author: Barbara Hambly
Cover Artist: Drew Struzan

Cover Price: $6.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-553-57293-8 - 1st

NOTES
8 Years after Jedi

SYNOPSIS
The chronicle of the dazzling universe of George Lucas's blockbuster Star Wars films soars to new heights as the Republic faces it's greatest challenge yet in...

Children of the Jedi

Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Chewbacca set out on a mission vital to the survival of the fragile New Republic. They are searching for the long-lost children of the Jedi, a quest that takes them to the once vibrant stronghold of Belsavis, from whose dark crypts no one has returned alive. Halfway across the galaxy, Luke Skywalker has undertaken an equally dangerous mission. Taken aboard the enemy Dreadnought Eye of Palpatine, Luke must find a way to destroy the automated ship before it completes the mission encoded into its supersophisticated artificial intelligence: the total annihilation of Belsavis. To succeed, Luke will need the help of the spirit of the Jedi Knight Callista, who gave her life to stop the ship once before. The mystery of the crypts, the invincible power of the Dreadnaught, the lost Jedi, and the burgeoning passion between Luke and Callista come together in the stunning climax worthy of the magnificent Star Wars saga.


Original Printing
Star Wars: Children of The Jedi (hardcover)
May, 1995; ISBN: 0-553-08930-7 - 1st


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