Star Wars: Outbound Flight
February 2007
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Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Timothy Zahn
Cover Artist: Dave Seeley

Cover Price: $7.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-345-45684-7 - 1st

NOTES
Includes not only a preview of Zahn’s novel Allegiance, but his “first” Thrawn story, “Mist Encounter,” which was originally published in August 1995 in West End Game’s Star Wars Adventure Journal #7.

SYNOPSIS
It began as the ultimate voyage of discovery, only to become a dark chapter in Jedi history. Now acclaimed author Timothy Zahn returns to tell the whole extraordinary story of the remarkable—and doomed—Outbound Flight Project

The Clone Wars have yet to erupt when Jedi Master Jorus C’baoth petitions the Senate for support of an ambitious mission: to contact intelligent life and colonize undiscovered worlds beyond the known galaxy. But government bureaucracy threatens to scuttle the expedition before it can even start—until Master C’baoth foils a murderous conspiracy plot, winning him the political capital he needs to set in motion the dream of Outbound Flight.

Or so it would seem. The evil Sith Lord Darth Sidious has his own interests in Outbound Flight. Yet even he is not the mission's most dangerous challenge. Once under way, the starship crosses paths with the forces of the alien Chiss Ascendancy and the brilliant mastermind known as “Thrawn.” Thus what begins as a peaceful Jedi mission is violently transformed into an all-out war for survival.


Original Printing
Star Wars: Outbound Flight (hardcover)
February, 2006; ISBN: 0-345-45683-1 - 1st


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