Star Wars: The Essential Chronology
Ballantine Books, 2000 - Fiction - 193 pages
"After the fall of the Empire, many archives were opened and hidden information came to the attention of scholars across the galaxy. We are at a crux point in history . . . Citizens of the New Republic must know their history--a rich and glorious tradition, [with] many dark mistakes. We must learn from both."
--New Republic Historical Council
The story is one that began many thousands of years before the birth of Luke Skywalker . . . or Anakin Skywalker . . . or even Obi-Wan Kenobi. It spans galaxies, encompasses kingdoms and powerful dynasties, chronicles wars, and charts the rise and fall of individuals who changed the course of their times. Now, at last, the many strands of this extraordinary saga are drawn together--from the original movies, from the novels, from every verifiable source--and tied together in one, comprehensive volume.
- Learn about the Great Hyperspace War that divided the ancient Jedi Knights
- Discover the colorful adventures of the rogue heroes Han Solo and Lando Calrissian
- Experience the overthrow of the Empire, the birth of the New Republic, the founding of Skywalker's Jedi academy, the marriage of Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa, and much more!
Relive the legendary events. Catch up with the action you missed. Explore the saga of Star Wars from the very beginning--in one, authoritative essential guide!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - NKSCF - LibraryThing
One of the more interesting sources of additional information in the Star Wars universe, the Chronology follows the history of the Galaxy from its earliest days to the end of what was written at the ... Read full review
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I bought this book because I needed it for a Star Wars decal I am taking at UC Berkeley very fun. The book has a lot of great pictures and spans the entire history of the galaxy which we are covering ... Read full review
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