Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker
April 1979
187ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Brian Daley
Cover Artist: Wayne Douglas Barlow

Cover Price: $8.95
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: 0-345-28251-5 - 1st

NOTES
Science Fiction Book Club Edition. No price or printing listed. Partial ISBN number (3356) listed on the jacket. According to the defunct www.r2toyforce.net, the SFBC Item Number is 033563.

SYNOPSIS
The Kidnapping of Chewbacca

Somehow, Han managed to lift his head. He could make out, through the machine's rough ride and the distance, the knot of Espos bearing his friend away a prisoner.

He clawed at the metal under him, to throw himself off the machine, to go back. Rekkon was on him instantly, pinning his arms, with a strength and intensity that were frightening.

"He's my friend!" Han grimaced, writhing.

"Then help your friend!" Rekkon urged. "Face hard fact: you must save yourself to save him—and not throw both lives away!"

The giant, imposing strength retreated and Han was left enervated, knowing Rekkon was right. Holding the catwalk railing, he stopped staring at the indistinguishable specks of Chewbacca and the Espos.

"Ahh," he lowered his eyes disconsolately, "Chewie..."


Original Printing
Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
October, 1979; ISBN: 0-345-28355-4 - 1st

Other Printings
The Exploits of Han Solo Box Set (box set)
September, 1982; ISBN: 0-345-29699-0 - 1st
Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
May, 1983; ISBN: 0-345-29664-8 - 10th
Star Wars: The Han Solo Adventures (paperback)
June, 1992; ISBN: 0-345-37980-2 - 1st
Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
October, 1997; ISBN: 0-345-29664-8 - 1st
Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
October, 1997; ISBN: 0-345-29664-8 - 3rd

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