Star Wars: Legacy of the Force 3: Tempest
December 2006

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Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Troy Denning
Cover Artist: Jason Felix

Cover Price: $7.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-345-47752-9 - 1st

NOTES
Includes a preview of Legacy of the Force: Exile, the next chapter in the Legacy of the Force series.

SYNOPSIS
Forty years after the Battle of Yavin, a dangerous new era in the Star Wars epic begins with the nine-book series, Legacy of the Force. Here's a first look at book three, Tempest, by Troy Denning.

As civil war threatens the unity of the Galactic Alliance, Han and Leia Solo have infuriated their families and the Jedi by joining the Corellian insurgents. But the Solos draw the line when they discover a rebel plot that hinges upon the murder of a longtime ally and her daughter.

The Solos' selfless determination to prevent this death cannot dispel the inescapable consequences of their actions, which will pit mother against son and brother against sister in the battles ahead. For elsewhere in the galaxy, a once-forgotten menace, Lumiya -- Dark Lady of the Sith -- is tipping the balance of the Force once more towards the darkness...


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Legacy of the Force 3: Tempest (hardcover)
December, 2006; ISBN: 0-7394-7705-6 - 1st
Star Wars: Legacy of the Force 3: Tempest (ebook)
April, 2008; ISBN: 978-0-345-51050-1 - 1st

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