Classic Star Wars: Han Solos Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker
October 1997
198ppg

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

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-28840-8 - Ninth

NOTES
First edition with "Classic" title. Includes silver embossed logo.

SYNOPSIS
Risky Business

Lured by a profitable venture, freighter captain Han Solo took the job—no questions asked. It was after he and Chewbacca made planetfall and picked up their living cargo that they discovered they were committing a capital crime. And the punishment for slave trading was mandatory execution.

Thanks to quick thinking by Blue Max, the computer-partner to Han's 'droid Bollux, Solo and Chewbacca rapidly turned the tables on their notorious employers. But that left them out of work—and figuring someone still owed them ten thousand credits.

So Han decided to keep his scheduled meeting with the trader's shadowy leader. But the person he met didn't fit his idea of a slave trader.

With good reason. And the truth meant real trouble...


Original Printing
Star Wars: Han Solo's Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
June, 1980; ISBN: 0-345-28840-8 - First

Other Printings
Star Wars: Han Solo's Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (hardcover)
November, 1979; ISBN: 0-345-28475-5 - First
Star Wars: Han Solo's Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (hardcover)
November, 1979; ISBN: 0-345-28475-5 - First
Star Wars: Han Solo's Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
October, 1980; ISBN: 0-345-28840-8 - Second
Star Wars: Han Solo's Revenge: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
July, 1983; ISBN: 0-345-28840-8 - Eighth
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