Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker
October 1997
183ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Brian Daley
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-29664-8 - 1st

NOTES
First edition with "Classic" title. Includes gold embossed logo. No publication date.

SYNOPSIS
Doom Awaits at Stars' End

Han Solo trusts no one. So when the Authority demands that the Millennium Falcon be brought in for "inspection," Han knows he has to prepare for ulterior motives. And when the the best illegal ship rebuilder in the galaxy disappears, Han and Chewbacca must find him. After all, the Falcon's overhaul will require very special talents.

Their search will pit them against powerful and ruthless enemies out to destroy them, and leads the loyal pair through a dramatic series of twists and turns. It takes them to an Authority Data Center on Orron III, and even to the uncharted, airless speck of desolate asteroid that is the Authority prison planet known as Stars' End...


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
Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars’ End: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (hardcover)
April, 1979; ISBN: 0-345-28251-5 - 1st
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 - 3rd

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