Shield of Lies

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Bantam Books, 1996 - Fiction - 340 pages
41 Reviews
As Leia must deal with a new threat to the  fragile alliance that binds the New Republic, Lando  becomes a prisoner aboard a runaway spacecraft of  unknown origin. The ship is following an unstoppable  path to its homeworld, destroyed by Imperial  forces. Luke continues his quest to learn more about  his mother among the Fallanassi, where his every  belief about the use of the Force is about to be  challenged. And while Leia ponders a diplomatic  solution to the aggression of the fierce Yevetha race,  Han pilots a spy ship into the heart of Yevethan  space and finds himself a hostage on one of the  vast fleet of warships under the command of a  ruthless leader.

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Review: Shield of Lies (Star Wars: The Black Fleet Crisis #2)

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This is easily the most boring book in the trilogy. Did nothing for me. Read full review

Review: Shield of Lies (Star Wars: The Black Fleet Crisis #2)

User Review  - Micah - Goodreads

This is easily the most boring book in the trilogy. Did nothing for me. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Michael P. Kube-McDowell is one of the best science fiction authors. He has published several works, among them a celebrated futuristic trilogy, 'The Trigon Disunity', composed of the novels 'Emprise', 'Enigma' and 'Empery', and the Star Wars trilogy, 'The Black Fleet Crisis'.