Starfighters of Adumar

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Bantam Books, 1999 - Fiction - 291 pages
19 Reviews
Book 9 in the exciting series!

The X-wing fighter pilots have earned their reputation as the Rebel Alliance's ultimate strike force by overwhelming enemies with their rapid-fire assaults. But now they are about to embark on a diplomatic mission that will prove to be even more hazardous than all-out combat....

The neutral world of Adumar has decided to pick a side in the war to control the galaxy. Delegates from both the New Republic and the Empire have been invited to Adumar, and each camp will be given a chance to plead its government's case. But there is one small catch: since the Adumari prize military skill above all else, they insist that both delegations be composed exclusively of fighter pilots. For pilot Wedge Antilles and his company, it's an unfamiliar exercise in diplomacy--and one that's filled with unexpected peril. For once they arrive, the X-wing pilots are challenged by Adumar's fierce warriors and attacked by Imperial assassins bent on eliminating all competition. But these challenges pale in comparison to the threat posed by a rogue Republic agent...one who is determined to win Adumar's allegiance once and for all--even if it costs the X-wing pilots their lives.
  

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Review: Starfighters of Adumar (Star Wars: X-Wing #9)

User Review  - Cian Beirdd - Goodreads

This book felt like the conclusion of the series, and everything about it felt like closure. The four original, best pilots from the first rogue novel are in it, no others. It had the dogfights, but ... Read full review

Review: Starfighters of Adumar (Star Wars: X-Wing #9)

User Review  - James Floyd - Goodreads

Starfighters of Adumar is one of the most entertaining Star Wars novels. As a standalone adventure in the X-Wing series, you don't need a lot of background on the characters (but it does help if you ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
36
Section 4
61
Section 5
87
Section 6
105
Section 7
123
Section 8
145
Section 9
169
Section 10
189
Section 11
214
Section 12
236
Section 13
262
Section 14
274
Section 15
288
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About the author (1999)

Aaron Allston was born in Corsicana, Texas on December 8, 1960. He attended the University of Texas, at Austin, briefly, intending to study journalism, but after a semester at the university and a year working for The Austin American Statesman newspaper, he found he did not particularly like either college or journalism. At that point, he went to work for Space Gamer magazine and quickly moved up to the position of editor. He also began designing supplements to role-playing games, such as Dungeons and Dragons, on a freelance basis. By 1983, he was working full-time as a freelance game designer and editor. His first novel, Web of Danger, was based on the Top Secret/S.I. game line. His other works include the Wraith Squadron series for the Star Wars Expanded Universe line, Galatea in 2-D, and Doc Sidhe. He died from heart failure on February 27, 2014.

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