Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #11 - The Emperor's Plague
January 1998
208ppg

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

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 1-57297-331-5 - 1st

NOTES
23 years after ANH; Episode 11 of the Young Jedi Knights series

SYNOPSIS
Jacen and Jaina

When the Empire died, they were born—a new hope for the New Republic. The young twins of Han Solo and Princess Leia have taken their first steps as Jedi Knights, defeating the evil minions of the Shadow Academy. Now, with their friends Lowbacca the Wookiee and Tenel Ka, the future heroes of an already legendary saga continue their training.

Bornan Thul's secret is out: he's been protecting a deadly plague that could devastate the galaxy if released. And the evil Nolaa Tarkona—leader of the Diversity Alliance—knows where it is hidden.

Now Jacen, Jaina, and their allies must race against time. As a massive battle rages between New Republic soldiers and the forces of the Diversity Alliance, the young Jedi Knights must find and destroy the plague before it can be released.

But they first must face Nolaa Tarkona. And her very lethal hired hand, Boba Fett.


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights - Fall of the Diversity Alliance (hardcover)
January, 1998; ISBN: 1-56865-651-3 - 1st
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #11 - The Emperor's Plague (paperback)
March, 1999; ISBN: 0-425-17314-3 - 2nd

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