The Krytos Trap

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Bantam Books, 1996 - Fiction - 355 pages
46 Reviews
THE REBELS HAVE TAKEN CORUSCANT, BUT THEIR PROBLEMS ARE FAR FROM OVER. A KILLER VIRUS CALLED KRYTOS IS WIPING OUT THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION, AND A CONTERREVOLUTION IS EXPLODING. AT THE CENTER OF THE STORM IS THE HIGHLY CHARGED TREASON TRIAL OF REBEL HERO TYCHO CELCHU. WHILE AGENTS PROVACATEURS CARRY OUT THEIR ACTS OF TERRORISM, THE FLEDGLING STATE CAN BE DEFENDED ONLY BY THE BLOOD AND COURAGE OF THE ROGUE SQUADRON. AS THE X-WING FIGHTERS SCRAMBLE TO SAVE THE REBELLION, CORRAN HORN, GIVEN UP FOR DEAD IN YSANNE ISARD'S INESCAPABLE PRISON, DISCOVERS HE ALONE HOLDS THE KEY TO FREEING CORUSANT FROM THE EMPIRE!

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Review: The Krytos Trap (Star Wars: X-Wing #3)

User Review  - Claire - Goodreads

Continuing my very slow X Wing reread. I really love the last third of this one - the plot threads come together in a really satisfying way, and there's a bunch of good character beats. Read full review

Review: The Krytos Trap (Star Wars: X-Wing #3)

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About the author (1996)

Science fiction and fantasy author Michael Stackpole was born in Wausau, Wisconsin in 1957. In 1977, he sold his first gaming project to Flying Buffalo Inc. He received a BA in history from the University of Vermont in 1979. Before becoming an author, he was a role-playing and computer game designer. In 1987, FASA Corporation hired him to write the Warrior trilogy of Battletech novels. Besides the Battletech novels, he is best known for his Star Wars and Dragoncrown War Cycle novels.