Star Wars: Han Solo and The Lost Legacy: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker
September 1980
186ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Brian Daley
Cover Artist: William Schmidt

Cover Price: $2.25
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-28710-X - 1st

NOTES
Third book in the vintage Han Solo trilogy.

SYNOPSIS
A Warlord's Treasure

The fabled hoard of the mad tyrant Xim was beyond measure—it was also, as far as Han Solo and his Wookiee partner Chewbacca were concerned, strictly legendary. But the pleadings of an old spacebum who had once saved his life—plus the fact that a trifling misunderstanding had set the deadliest gunman in the galaxy on his trail, making a secret expedition to almost any place seem highly desirable—were enough to grab Han Solo's interest.

But within hours of landing on the planet rumored to hold the treasure, Han's beloved spacecraft Millennium Falcon was hijacked, and his party had to contend with assassins and an army of killer robots.

This was no way, Han Solo felt, for a pair of honest smugglers to make a living...


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Han Solo and The Lost Legacy: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (hardcover)
December, 1980; ISBN: - 1st
The Exploits of Han Solo Box Set (box set)
September, 1982; ISBN: 0-345-29699-0 - 1st
Star Wars: The Han Solo Adventures (paperback)
June, 1992; ISBN: 0-345-37980-2 - 1st
Classic Star Wars: Han Solo and The Lost Legacy: From The Adventures of Luke Skywalker (paperback)
October, 1997; ISBN: 0-345-34514-2 - 11th

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