Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #3 - The Lost Ones
March 1999
232ppg

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

Cover Price: $5.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 0-425-16999-5 - 1st

NOTES
23 years after ANH; Episode 3 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.

During a break in training, Jacen and Jaina are reunited with their old friend Zekk, an orphan living in the streets on their home planet of Coruscant. Young, wild, and free, Zekkhas never had a care in the world...until now. He sees the changes in his friends. Jacen and Jaina have learned so much, have grown in so many ways. Compared to them, he is only a lost little boy.

However, a powerful being has seen his potential. Someone who knows about shame and jealousy—and how to make use of them. Someone who knows that the dark side of the Force is especially attractive when you've got nothing to lose....


Original Printing
Star Wars: Young Jedi Knights #3 - The Lost Ones (paperback)
December, 1995; ISBN: 1-57297-052-9 - 1st


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