Star Wars: Agents of Chaos (2 in 1)
October 2000
480ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: James Luceno
Cover Artist: Rick Berry

Cover Price: $12.98
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: 0-7394-1298-1 - 1st

NOTES
Science Fiction Book Club Edition. According to the defunct www.r2toyforce.net, the SFBC Item Number is 157867.

Includes the Agents of Chaos duology: Hero's Trial and Jedi Eclipse.

SYNOPSIS
The thrilling sequel to Star Wars: The New Jedi Order: Dark Tide.

As Hero's Trial begins, the New Republic reels beneath the ongoing onslaught of the alien Yuuzhan Vong, leaving dozens of wqorlds shattered or enslaved. The Jedi Knights themselves are not immune to defeat, as these dark times have already claimed one and then another of their number. Even brave Chewbacca was lost, dying as heroically as he lived, and leaving Han Solo to carry on the battle alone. And fight on he does, until a chance discovery revelas a diabolic conspiracy that threatens to destroy the Jedi forever...unless Han can find a way to stop it.

Jedi Eclipse finds Luke Skywalker doing his best to keep the quarreling Jedi Knights from splitting apart, taking the New Republic's only hope with them. Meanwhile, Han Solo continues is own battles, trying desperately to thrawt the enemy's schemes, a challenge that may prove to be his greatest...or his last.


Original Printing
Star Wars: Agents of Chaos – Hero’s Trial (paperback)
August, 2000; ISBN: 0-345-42860-9 - 1st
Star Wars: Agents of Chaos – Jedi Eclipse (paperback)
October, 2000; ISBN: 0-345-42859-5 - 1st

Other Printings
Star Wars: Agents of Chaos – Hero’s Trial (paperback)
April, 2005; ISBN: 0-345-48038-4 - 1st

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