Planet of Twilight

Planet of Twilight

eBook - 1997
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New York Times bestselling author Barbara Hambly returns to the Star Wars(r) universe to tell a breathtaking tale of a mysterious world where the battle between the New Republic and the Empire takes a shocking new twist....

Nam Chorios is a barren backwater world--once a dreaded prison colony, now home to a fanatic religious cult. It is here that Princess Leia has been taken captive by a ruthless and charismatic warlord bent on destroying the New Republic. Meanwhile, Luke lands on a mysterious planet in search of his lost love, Callista, only to discover the Force is his own worst enemy. But worst of all, as Han, Chewie, and Lando leave Coruscant on a desperate rescue mission, a strange life-form, unlike any the galaxy has ever seen, awakens...a life-form so malevolent it will destroy everything--both Empire and New Republic--on its path to domination.

Features a bonus section following the novel that includes a primer on the Star Wars expanded universe, and over half a dozen excerpts from some of the most popular Star Wars books of the last thirty years!
Publisher: New York :, Bantam Books,, 1997.
ISBN: 9780307796400
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Starpoem
Feb 23, 2017

This wasn't what I expected. The parts with Leia were exciting and interesting, but the rest of the book failed to interest me. I was disappointed that Callista was absent from most of the story, even though this is the book that is supposed to resolve her plot arc. This book was not as fun, creative, and well-written as Hambly's first Star Wars novel, Children of the Jedi.

Zenzelai Sep 09, 2016

Not a good selection for the Stars Wars Universe. Its slow and dialogue does not ring true to characters from movie. Waste of Luke's spotlight.

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Chinderixx
Jan 06, 2016

The book was a little slow and boring, but there were some interesting parts to it.

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