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Hardcover Star Wars: Planet of Twilight Book

ISBN: 0553095404

ISBN13: 9780553095401

Star Wars: Planet of Twilight

(Part of the Star Wars Legends Universe Series and Star Wars: The Callista Trilogy (#3) Series)

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Condition: Very Good*

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Book Overview

TheStar Wars(r) saga continues in hardcover.??Renat Chorios is a backwater land that serves as a sanctuary for a peaceful religious cult.??But peace is threatened with the rise of a sinister warlord who takes Princess Leia hostage by tricking her into attending a diplomatic meeting.??Meanwhile Luke continues his search for his lost love, and finds that the force has some uncontrollable and deadly powers in this strange land.??At the center of the...

Customer Reviews

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Good book....If you're into heavy reading !!!

The Planet of Twilight is a danm good book, if you like your books heavy and hard to read. But still, this is a vary good book. I love when there are'nt a happy ending !

Star Wars @ it's best

This is a great book. Hambly is an exelent auther and does the characters exteremly well. Her books are not all action. There is acually a story line with them un-like some Star Wars. She knows how to weave a perfect story. The Death Seed plauge was a great idea. In most books you can tell exactly what is going to happen and when but her books are unpredictable. Planet of Twilight was great!

An ecellent sequel to Children of the Jedi and Dark Saber.

I like all of te Star Wars books but I paticulary like thisgroup. It gives us more of an insight to Luke and his Personalitybeyond the Jedi Master.


This story costars a force sensitive Hutt named Beldorian and Admiral Daala. I enjoyed hearing it

Another great book in the Star Wars series.

I just finished Planet of Twilight and it is truly another great book in the series. This book seems to wrap up Luke's relationship with Callista, but fear not, it doesn't wind up with her dieing. This leaves the character for possible future appearances. There are a few surprises in this one particularly the long lost love of Leigus. Barbara is more readable in this book than her last Star Wars book. Barbara has a tendency to start a character speaking, drift around describing scenery or events for a long time, then back to the conversation. It makes the conversation difficult to follow. There is less of that in this book and that's refreshing. I won't give away any plot points, all I will say is this is a must read for any Star Wars fan. If you haven't been reading the rest of the series I would reccomend reading the Thrawn Trilogy and Children of the Jedi first. I thought the planet of Nam Chorios was indeed an interesting one. While the threat to the galaxy may be considered unoriginal, it was done very well and is an intricate part of the story. Hats of to Barbara for this April fix for addicts of the Star Wars universe.
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