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Top Rated Best Star Wars Books To Read
Heir to the Empire: Thrawn Trilogy
by Timothy Zahn
Best Legend Star Wars Novels
Zahn’s first entry into a galaxy far, far away extends beyond the original trilogy. Fan-favorite characters such as Mara Jade and Captain Pellaeon, and, of course, Grand Admiral Thrawn.
Five years have passed since the Rebel Antilles destroyed the Death Star, defeated Darth Vader and the Emperor. The remnants of old Imperial Starfleet are now extinct in a distant corner of the galaxy.
Han Solo and Princess Leia are now married and expecting Jedi twins. Luke Skywalker is now the first of a long-awaited series of Jedi Knights.
However, thousands of light-years away, the last of the Emperor’s warlords, Grand Admiral Thrawn has assumed command of the shattered Imperial Fleet, prepared it for war, and pointed it towards the New Republic’s fragile heart.
The dark warrior of Heir to the Empire made two crucial discoveries that could end all the hard work of the Rebel Alliance’s brave men and women.
It’s no surprise that Heir to the Empire will continue to fall in the “Best Books” category for many years, as it was the first book to be given a Special Anniversary Edition twenty years after its publication.
Heir to the Empire combines action and intimate moments with a mix of original characters to create an experience that feels like a Star Wars movie.
by Timothy Zahn
Thrawn Trilogy, a novel by Timothy Zahn that Del Rey published. It focuses on Thrawn’s rise to power within the Expanded Universe. This original trilogy revealed the events that led to creating one of Star Wars’ most famous villains, Grand Admiral Thrawn.
We meet one of the most ruthless and cunning warriors in the Galactic Empire of Star Wars history in the first book. Apart from being an iconic villain, Grand Admiral Thrawn is also one of Star Wars’ fascinating memorable characters.
Uncover the origins and rise of Grand Admiral Thrawn in the Imperial ranks. This trilogy traces the events that led to the red-eyed Master in military strategy and lethal warfare. The blue-skinned man was elevated into the highest reaches of power, infamy, and glory in the Expanded Universe.
by Claudia Gray
Best Star Wars Canon Books
Although Lost Stars is a book for young adult readers, it is also a canonical book published after Disney acquired the Star Wars license.
The Galactic Empire’s reign has reached Jelucan’s Outer Rim planet. There, Thane Kyrell, aristocrat, and Ciena Ree, a rural villager, have bonded over their love for flying.
In Lost Stars, both of them dream about enrolling at the Imperial Academy. He sees the horrific tactics used by the Empire to keep its ironclad rule.
He is bitter and disillusioned and joins the fledgling Rebellion, placing Ciena in an impossible position between her loyalty towards the Empire and her love of the man she has known since childhood.
These friends and foes are now on opposite sides. Will they ever find a way together? Or will duty tear them apart?
Lost Stars changed the scope of great Star Wars books forever by introducing brand new characters within known settings that told an original story that towed the line between originality and familiarity.
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
by Matthew Stover
Best Star Wars Novels
Each of Star Wars movies has accompanying colonization, but not one so notable as Revenge of the Sith. While it educates the movie’s story, it also manages to incorporate it in unforeseen ways. Not only can it be the very best bookization, but it is also an excellent work of fiction in and of itself.
Before Reading Revenge of the Sith And After Reading Revenge of the Sith.
Star Wars Episode III opens with the Clone Wars series still in full cry and many Jedi already lost. Anakin Skywalker struggles to balance his dual life as Jedi Knight and husband (in private) to Padme Amidala.
Matthew Stover outdoes himself in this colonization by painting Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin, and the remainder of the Jedi as glorified superheroes in the frequent man’s eyes from the Star Wars universe; undertook dreaded separatist military leader General Grievous, a fearsome separatist military leader. The Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, who was still attempting to take away constitutional freedoms, influencing public opinion to oppose the Starfighter. This increases the stakes of a few of the most extreme episodes of this saga and makes Anakin’s ultimate destiny more impactful.
Anakin, in this Matthew Stover book, is conflicted. He fears that Senator Padme Amidala would die. Darth Sidious was threatening to end the Republic’s existence. What would happen next if Darth Vader becomes a Sith Lord and becomes a fearsome new Sith Lord?
Star Wars Queen’s Shadow
by E.K. Johnson
Written by the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Ahsoka!
This Star Wars book is a must-see for Star Wars fan who love Padme and Star Wars prequel movies.
The Queen’s Shadow, a Star Wars young-adult Star Wars novel by Star Wars canon Star Wars, is set four years after Episode I: The Phantom Menace. This book is about Padme Amidala’s transition from queen to the senator.
After Padmé Naberrie, “Queen Amidala” of Naboo, steps down from her place, she’s requested by the newly-elected queen to become Naboo’s representative at the Galactic Senate. Padmé is unsure of taking over the new function, but can’t turn the request down to serve her people. With her most loyal handmaidens, Padmé has to work out how to navigate politics’ dangerous waters and forge a new identity past the queen’s shadow.
“An intriguing perspective to the backstory of a well-known personality inside the Star Wars world, this is a must-have for Star Wars fans of this Star Wars franchise.“-School Library Journal
Republic Commando: Hard Contact
by Karen Traviss
Best Star Wars Legends Books
Even though the Original Trilogy era books are normally cited as great places to begin, lovers of Jedi and clone troopers have lots of alternatives from the Prequel era. The Republic Commando series jeopardized a fandom as enthused as any other inside the community.
Ostensibly a big-screen movie game tie-in book, it was the beginning of Karen Traviss’ long-term maturation of Mandalorian civilization as accompanied by the clone troopers. The book follows a group of elite clone commandos and one young Jedi Padawan to prevent a Separatist bio-weapon.
by John Jackson Miller
Best Star Wars Older Legends novels
- The Republic is now dead.
- Sith Lords rule the galaxy.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, has lost everything. . .
- All that is left is hope.
Tatooine – a harsh desert world in which farmers work under the scorching two suns and try to protect their families from the marauding Tusken Raiders.
It is a backwater planet at the edge of civilized space. And an unlikely place to find a Jedi Master hiding or orphaned infant boy whose tiny shoulders rests the galaxy’s future.
Locals know him only as Ben, bearded and robed offworlder. He is an enigmatic stranger who keeps his secrets, doesn’t share any of his past, and takes great care to remain an outsider.
Tensions between the farmers, a tribe of Sand People led, and a war chief lead by a ruthless war chief escalate, and Ben is drawn into the fight. This puts at risk the very mission that brought Ben to Tatooine.
Ben-Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi, a hero in the Clone Wars and traitor to the Empire. He is also the protector of the galaxy’s last hope.
When blood is being poured, innocent lives threatened are at risk, and a ruthless opponent unmasked is threatening, Ben can only call upon the wisdom of Jedi and the formidable power of Force to fight for justice.
Star Wars: I, Jedi
Michael A. Stackpole, a New York Times bestselling author, has also written The Star Wars: I, Jedi, one of the best Star Wars books. This book tells a new thrilling story set in the Extended Universe. It was a dramatic story about an X-wing pilot and Corran Horn, one of Rogue Squadron’s elite fighting force X-Wing, which was at the razor’s edge of the Force and dark side.
Corran’s wife, Mirax, vanishes while on covert mission for the New Republic. He had to use his Corellian experience as an undercover agent to infiltrate and sabotage the organization. He was forced to confront his Jedi heritage and had only two choices to make: surrender to the dark side or die. Which would you choose?
Splinter Of The Mind’s Eye
by Alan Dean Foster
Although Heir to Empire can be considered the official launch of Expanded Universe’s Star Wars Universe, it’s not the first Star Wars book that takes place outside of films.
Star Wars novel The Splinter Of the Mind’s eye features Luke Skywalker, a Jedi hero who attends a renowned Jedi Academy. Luke Skywalker found the Kaiburr crystal on the mysterious planet, a mysterious gemstone that grants power over the Force and makes it virtually invincible to anyone who possesses it. It could even be fatal if it fell into the wrong hands. Luke Skywalker needed to locate this treasure quickly before anyone from the dark side catches it.
The plot is quite simple and on a much smaller scale than the original film. Although the book’s tone is darker than Star Wars fans may be used to, it doesn’t diminish the story’s excitement.
A New Dawn
by John Jackson Miller
The new canon of Star Wars books
The launch of Disney’s new canon books were commenced with a book set in an unexplored area of the Star Wars legends timeline, the “Dark Times,” which lies between the prequel trilogy and the sequel trilogy. The book also featured two characters from the upcoming Star Wars Rebels television show, which generated even more excitement.
Star Wars: A New Dawn, which focuses on the fall and betrayal of the galaxy, is also the best Star Wars book. The Jedi Knights, a mystical energy field known as the Force, brought peace and order to the Galactic Republic light years ago. The galaxy fell and was destroyed by a betrayal.
The Age of the Empire was then a success. Emperor Palpatine, a former Chancellor of Republic and secret Sith follower brought order and peace to the galaxy. His method of maintaining peace and order was brutal. He used brutal repression to increase his control over the lives of his subjects. Others begin to question the Emperor’s motives and intentions as he tightens his ironclad grip.
Battlefront: Twilight Company
by Alexander Freed
The bravest soldiers. The toughest warriors. These are the ultimate survivors.
The Galactic Civil War rages among the stars and in the vast expanses of space.
Legions of ruthless stormtroopers, bent on crushing resistance to the Empire anywhere it appears, are fighting brutal combat against an armada freedom fighters battlefields of multiple worlds in the Mid Rim.
The front-line forces of the Rebel Hero Wedge Antilles are fighting the enemy in the streets and alleyways of devastated cities. They push deeper into Imperial territory and struggle with the brutal flesh-and-blood realities of war on the ground.
The Sixty-First Mobile Infantry soldiers, both human and nonhuman, are leading the charge. They are also known as Twilight Company.
The members of this renegade outfit doggedly survive outfit are hard-working, war-weary, fiercely loyal, and determined to survive wherever others die. Defiance is their greatest weapon against the worst deadliest odds.
Twilight reluctantly complies orders to the rebels to retreat in the face of superior opposition numbers and firepower.
An unlikely ally radically changes the strategic equation and gives the Alliance’s hardest fighting warriors a vital chance to transform retreat into resurgence.
Ordnances or not, alone, outgunned, but unbowed, Twilight Company locks and loads and prepares to make its boldest move to trade down-and-dirty battle in the trenches for a game-changing strike at the ultimate target, the heart of the Empire’s military machine.
It is the only book, other than its sequel, that directly connects to the Star Wars Battlefront video game.
Darth Bane Trilogy: Path of Destruction
by Drew Karpyshyn
Standout among Star Wars Legends books
Karpyshyn takes readers back to a thousand years before the Clone Wars and tells the story of Darth Bane in the Old Republic. Bane rebels against the Sith Order in a time when a Sith army vies for power. Have you ever wondered where the Sith Rule of Two originated? It is here that Bane explains it.
Darth Bane: Path of Destruction by Drew Karpyshyn opens the doors to the world of the dark side’s first users. The series also includes a tour of Korriban’s Sith Academy and Bane’s influence over later villains. This Star Wars Legends novel is a standout because of its epic scope and rich Sith history.
Dessel, a cortosis miner, flees the vengeful Republic forces and disappears into the ranks. He then joins the Sith army to fight against the Republic and its Jedi champions.
Dooku: Jedi Lost
by Cavan Scott
Cavan Scott is supported by a host of voice actors and delivers one of the most compelling, immersive stories in the Star Wars Universe with Dooku: Jedi Lost. This origin story is so rich in Dooku’s character that it elevates his appearances onscreen.
- Scott, Cavan (Author)
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The Paradise Snare
by A.C. Crispin
The Paradise Snare is the launch of a trilogy of Star Wars books that recounts the life span of young Han Solo. They are different from what occurs in the film Solo, which might or may not leave you interested in them.
This book starts with Han’s late teen years and shows how he escaped the unhappy adopted home situation scenario to carve an adventurous new life as a pilot.
Han Solo, the handsome rogue, is every girl’s dream man and every boy’s hero.
by James Luceno
Darth Plagueis, a unique book in the Star Wars Legends series, is an excellent book. Most of the Star Wars books are about space battles and lightsaber duels. Plagueis has a surprising political intrigue tone. It emphasizes the complex relationship between Sith masters and apprentices.
Star Wars: Darth Plagueis (Star Wars – Legends) is another great Star Wars book by James Luceno. It focuses on the lives of Darth Plagueis, a Sith Lord who craves absolute power, and Darth Sidious the Dark Lord, who secretly possesses the power of darkness while crawling his way up to the highest government office.
One person desires to rule supreme the galaxy, while the other wants to live forever. They form a team to destroy the Starfighter. The Master and his acolyte are determined to destroy the Star Wars universe and bring down the Order for its destruction. Will these Dark Lords be able to defy the merciless Sith tradition and sow the seeds for their destruction?
The Mandalorian Armor (Star Wars: The Bounty Hunter Wars, Book 1)
He is the most fearsome and successful bounty hunter in all of the galaxy. Boba Fett is the bounty hunter’s name, and his presence shakes even the hardened criminals tremble.
He now faces the deadliest challenge of his legendary infamous career: an all-out war against his most dangerous enemies.
Prince Xizor proposes, as the Rebellion gathers force, proposes a clever plan to Emperor Darth Vader: destroy the power of Bounty Hunters Guild and turn its members against one another.
Only the most powerful and ruthless can survive and can be used against Rebellion. This is a job for the fiercely independent Boba Fett, a fiercely independent man who loves to take down his rivals.
Fett quickly realizes that the game is rigged, and he becomes the victim of murderous factions, criminal conspiracies, and the evil at the Empire’s dark heart.
Boba Fett is always the first. In this game, any less than death is considered to be death.
The Han Solo Trilogy (Paradise Snare, Hutt Gambit, Rebel Dawn)
by A.C. Crispin
Crispin masterfully weaves Han Solo’s story in this thrilling series, from his humble beginnings on Corellia (The Paradise Snare) to his rescue of a beloved Wookiee in The Hutt Gambit to his famous Kessel Run.
Going back into the Legends age, aren’t you the most massive fan of the origin story of Han Solo in the current film, this trilogy could be what you are looking for since it follows a young Han within his orphan/smuggler days. It tells the tale of how he fulfilled Chewie, discovered the Millennium Falcon, and much more, with remarkable differences in the current movie. Give it a shot.
These plot points were even mentioned in 2018’s Solo: A Star Wars Story. This shows how important these star wars books are to Han’s backstory.
- A. C. Crispin (Author)
by Christie Golden
Christie Golden’s Dark Disciple opens after a Separatist attack against Mahranee. The Jedi Council was devastated by the destruction of the Clone Wars and decided that Count Dooku (former Jedi Master, now ruthless Sith Lord) must die. They devised a plan to assassinate Count Dooku.
The Council decided to pair Jedi Quinlan Vos and Asajj Ventress – a romantic relationship (a former Sith apprentice). They used Asajj Ventress’ hatred of Dooku to motivate her to take on her former Master if adequately prompted. Who will win the war to control the galaxy’s power between the Republic and Dark Side’s ruthless organization army? This new series featured excellent storytelling by Christie Golden.
Dark Disciple is a compelling story that addresses some of the more prominent themes of the Star Wars series in very personal terms. Christie Golden does an excellent job of fleshing out these popular characters and building tension for the last act.
The plotline against romance is composed in the modern writing style. It will appeal to fans who enjoy both Star Wars films and new writing style.
Leia, Princess of Alderaan
by Claudia Gray
Best Star Wars Young Adult Novel
This book of Claudia Gray fleshes out familiar characters such as Leia, Bail and Breha Organa, and Vice Admiral Amilyn Holders and explores a feeling that we have lost too quickly…Alderaan.
Could you give me all of the Leia books? All of these. Also, please give me all of the Claudia Gray Star Wars books. Put both together? Well, you can not lose. This is the narrative of Princess Leia Organa as a teen, moving the process of planning to prove her worth as the heir to Alderaan’s throne. When she sees her parents behaving unkindly, she takes it on herself to learn why and needs to choose whether she would like to become a part of the background or not.
by Delilah S. Dawson
I tore through this book because I could not quit reading it. A Resistance spy is recorded on an Imperial boat by a red-clad Stormtrooper called Cardinal. He isolates the secret agent and holds her hostage, torturing her to learn more about Captain Phasma, the chrome-clad, barbarous Stormtrooper. As the book unfolds, we do not just find the connections between the spy and Cardinal, but we know more about the roots of Phasma and the events that led her to become who she is.
by Claudia Gray
The new canon book
The galaxy is being sown with chaos by underworld kingpins, Imperial loyalists, and treacherous politicians.
Paradoxically, another one. IIRC, this is the very first novel of Star Wars that I read, or among those earliest. This legends canon centers on Leia and can be put around six years before The Force Awakens. This is a political book, and we view Senator Organa seeing that the seeds of dissent have been implanted in the New Republic, infighting is happening, and there is an increasing threat to the flames.
Leia Organa believed that the victory of the Rebellion defeated the Empire in the skies above Endor was the beginning of lasting peace. However, this hope seems distant after decades of infighting and partisan gridlock at the New Republic Senate.
Gray nails the voice and character of general Leia Organa so much so that I can hear Carrie Fisher narrating the book in my mind as I read this. Leia, now a respected senator must deal with the dangers to the fledgling democracy from both within and outside.. This book does a superb job describing the Republic’s political workings and the way things got to where they are earlier TFA. Bloodline is a critical and essential book for any Star Wars fan’s collection.
I Find Your Lack Of Faith Disturbing: Star Wars And The Triumph Of Geek Culture
by A.D. Jameson
Alright, so this book is not JUST about Star Wars, but Jameson returns to it, and Lucas film again and again in the book, and it is a significant touchstone of this book. He appears at the influential franchises in pop culture and geekdom, and it is essentially a study of contemporary fandom and geekdom and how they must be so well known in our daily lives (such as Marvel, DC, Star Wars, and Star Trek).
He examines the fire found in fandoms, how and why folks love what they do, and a brand new look in timeless favorites, providing a wise investigation predicated in pop culture. It is a fun, smart look at pop culture, geek culture, and fandoms.
Catalyst: A Rogue One book
by James Luciano
I didn’t expect to enjoy this just as far as I did. That is a prequel to Rogue One and reveals only how Galen Erso’s scientific work attracted Orson Krennic. Krennic is about the top-secret Death Star project. Also, Erso’s scientific knowledge and projects are what he wants. The book details how Krennic shot Galen, Lyra, and Jyn along with the Republic. The Republic and Separatists tried to outwit one another, creating more and more deadly technology over time.
Though Galen considers he is doing something valuable that will be used once and for all, Lyra begins to suspect something distinct. Given that we did not get a lot of Lyra at Rogue One, I truly enjoyed seeing her personality develop in this book. If you enjoyed Rogue One, this isn’t to be overlooked.
by Rebecca Roanhorse
Yes, it has not come out yet. However, this remains on the record, damnit, since I like the Resistance and Rebellion, and I am super excited about that. That is a prequel to Episode IX, also requires IXce later Episode VIII, also follows the rebuilding of the Opposition after the devastation that happened before.
Galaxy’s Edge: Black Spire
by Delilah S. Dawson
The Galaxy’s Edge: A Crash of Fate is about Izzy and Jules, who were childhood friends and grew up together in Batuu.
Place in Batuu, we get to watch Vi Moradi again, the Resistance spy captured by Cardinal at Phasma. Within this book, the Resistance is fighting, and also General Organa should send people to various planets to locate weapons and allies. She sends Vi into Black Spire Outpost, along with a surprising spouse. When things begin to go awry, Vi and her staff should discover people ready to stand until the First Order.
by Saladin Ahmed, Rae Carson, Mira Grant, And John Jackson Miller
Canto Bight is another Star Wars book features the casino city. This place is home to exotic aliens and captivating creatures. Who are looking to make it big will risk everything to win would be High rollers.
The book contains four interconnected stories and explores the dangers and deceit of the lavish casino city. This book is about an honest salesman who meets a career criminal a dream vacation turns into the worst nightmare imaginable. Another story involved dreams and schemes colliding over a precious wine bottle. This led to a struggle for survival.
by Chuck Wendig
If you would like to begin with a few of the very best canon Star Wars books, Aftermath is a fantastic spot to jump into. It’s the first book from the first trilogy of stories in the brand new canon collection. This book came Aftermath: Life Debt in 2016 and Aftermath: Empire’s End in 2015. These books were part of a larger project known as “Journey into Star Wars: The Force Awakens ” that researched the period involving the Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens movies.
This book begins in the time only following the 1983 film endings and tells the story of how the Rebel Alliance fought – currently the New Republic – has to travel to outer planets and also conquer the rest of the remnants of the Empire that are still battling despite the collapse of Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine.
Star Wars: The Rise of Kylo Ren
by Charles Soule and Will Sliney
Charles Soule, the star Wars writer, set the world ablaze in anticipation of Star Wars: The Rise of Kylo Ren with a single tweet. This comic series follows the story of Ben Solo, a young man who is forced to deal with the manipulation and corruption of outside forces as he transforms from an eager Padawan into the dark leader of Knights of Ren.
Not only do Soule and Sliney paint a picture of young Ben’s evolution throughout this limited series, but they also introduce us to all of the Knights of Ren seen in The Rise of Skywalker, Ben’s fellow Padawans-in-training, and Jedi Master Luke Skywalker in a way that we’ve never seen him before.
The task of Soule in writing this book was enormous. It was almost impossible to imagine the pressure Soule had to put on his pen for the Sequel Trilogy’s origin story to be completed. But he delivered.
The Old Republic: Revan
Revan is also one of the best Star Wars books. It focuses on Revan as a conqueror, hero and traitor, villain and savior. Revan is a Starfighter that fled Coruscant to defeat the Mandalorians. Revan returned to the Republic as a disciple from the dark side, determined to destroy it. The Jedi Council saved his life, but he was left without any memories. Even though the Jedi Council erased his memories, his nightmares continued to haunt him, to the point that it caused him extreme fear. The story follows the first game’s main character as they attempt to discover more about their past and the bizarre nightmares that haunted them.
- Karpyshyn, Drew (Author)
Heir To The Jedi
The new canon book
The Heir to Jedi is a new canon book that focuses exclusively on Luke Skywalker saga. The story takes place between A New Hope & The Empire Strikes Back, as Luke struggles through Jedi training without a master and very few resources. There are many exciting twists and turns in the plot, with Luke trudging across the galaxy in classic Star Wars style. Although the pace is slow, it’s still a fun novel that feels like a Star Wars story.
The book is primarily about character studies, and Kevin Hearne uses them to show off his writing skills. This book seems to have gotten rid of the stoic, grizzled farm boy from A New Hope. He is replaced with a young man interested in his place in the broader struggle against the Empire. He doesn’t have a mentor to help him in his Jedi training. These insecurities make Luke more relatable and less like a Shakespearean archetype.
The book is primarily about a character study, and Kevin Hearne uses those skills to great effect.
by Alexander Freed
Set after Return of the Jedi, Alexander Freed’s The Alphabet Squadron is a Star Wars book that focuses on Alphabet Squadron and their flight to defend the new order and peace they have worked so hard for.
Yricca Quell joined Alphabet Squadron when the Imperial Army was in chaos, and the Emperor had lost his last weapon. General Hera Syndulla, the New Republic’s leader, assigns the Alphabet Squadron to find and destroy Shadow Wing, a deadly force of TIE fighters seeking bloody war, reckless revenge in the final days of their reign.
The Rising Force
by Dave Wolverton
Obi-Wan Kenobi, twelve years old, longs to become a Jedi Knight. He has spent years in the Jedi Temple and is now familiar with the power of the lightsaber as well as the Force.
He cannot control his anger or fear. The Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn won’t allow him to become a Padawan apprentice because of this.
Obi-Wan will soon have his first encounter with true evil. He will have to face unexpected enemies and face his darkest desires.
Only then can he genuinely learn to be a Jedi?
This book is the first in the Jedi: Apprentice series. It also includes The Dark Rival, The Hidden Past, and many other previous titles.
The Last Command
by Timothy Zahn
The Republic is reeling from the attacks by Thrawn, who has marshaled the remaining Imperial forces and driven back the Rebels with an abominable technology found in the secret fortress of the Emperor: clone troops.
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Other Star Wars Novels Considered
Shadow Fall (Star Wars)
Last Shot (Star Wars)- A Han and L)
Traitor (The New Jedi Order series)
Rogue Squadron by Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allson
Star Wars Rebels: Rebel Journal
Shadows of the Empire by Steve Perry
Most Wanted by Rae Carson (A great novel with teenage protagonists)
Star Wars: Darth Vader – Dark Lord of the Sith, Vol. 1: Imperial Machine – Best Star Wars Graphic Novel
Battlefront II: Inferno Squad
There are many options when it comes to selecting the Star Wars book that you want to read. All the Star Wars books now cover the original, prequel, and sequel trilogies. The Legends also include the Old Republic, set thousands of years before the prominent films. The High Republic series of books will also be released by Disney starting in 2021. These will be charged 200 years before the main series. This is in addition to the crossovers from TV show and comic book, so there’s a lot of ground covered.
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