The Bacta War

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Fiction - 349 pages
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The Rogue Squadron must stop the tyrant Ysanne Isard, who plans to destroy the New Republic using medicinal bacta from the planet Thyferra

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Review: The Bacta War (Star Wars: X-Wing #4)

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[reread] Still a great conclusion to Stackpole's arc; well-plotted and characterised throughout. As ever, rereading has many benefits, not least of which the fact that I finally got a joke in this despite it being probably the thirtieth time I've read it. Read full review

Review: The Bacta War (Star Wars: X-Wing #4)

User Review  - Gretchen Fatouros - Goodreads

What ever you do, NEVER look up any of the names of characters! You will learn things you don't want to know yet! Go ahead and verify types of ships and alien types. I would recommend reading this ... Read full review

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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.

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