Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #4 - Lightsabers
March 1996
232ppg

Publisher: Boulevard Books
Author: Kevin J. Anderson & Rebecca Moesta
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman

Cover Price: $4.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 1-57297-091-X - 1st

NOTES
23 years after ANH; Episode 4 of the Young Jedi Knights series

SYNOPSIS
Jacen and Jaina

When the Empire died, they were born—a new hope for a New Republic. The young twins of Han Solo and Princess Leia are now fourteen, and enrolled at Luke Skywalker's Jedi academy on Yavin 4. Together with friends both old and new, the future heroes of an already legendary saga begin their training.

Luke Skywalker has come to a grim conclusion. With the threat of a new generation of Dark Jedi being trained at the Shadow Academy, he knows the New Republic will need all the fighters it can muster. At last, it is time for the young Jedi Knights to build their lightsabers.

But there is more to mastering the ancient weapon than mere swordsmanship. Each student must learn about the mysterious bond between Jedi and lightsaber. For Jacen and Jaina, success will mean growing stronger in the Force. But for one of their friends, failure will mean tragedy...


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights - Rise of the Shadow Academy (hardcover)
October, 1996; ISBN: 1-56865-211-9 - 1st
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #4 - Lightsabers (paperback)
March, 1999; ISBN: 0-425-16951-0 - 1st
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights Jedi Sunrise Anthology (paperback)
December, 2003; ISBN: 0-425-18684-9 - 1st

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