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Phantom Menace (book) Poll
How many stars do you give Episode I : The Phantom Menace ?

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This stunning new chapter in George Lucas's "Star Wars" saga has been brought to life by Terry Brooks, a foremost author of fantasy fiction. "The Phantom Menace" is a stirring novel of good and evil, human strengths and frailties, and grand adventure that adds powerful new dimensions to a legendary work of imagination. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title.

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Paradise Snare Poll
How many stars do you give The Paradise Snare?

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The story begins when Han Solo is 19. He's an orphan living with a band of con artists and theives, led by Garris Shrike. Han must fend for himself, but is cared for by Dewlanna, an elderly Wookiee who acts as Han's guardian. Flashbacks tell us how Han grew up and got involved with the theives. Han escapes from Shrike and takes on a job as a pilot for a strange cult. However, the cult is only a front for a spice smuggling operation for the Hutts. His bosses give him a Tiger-like bodyguard named Muuurgh who watches over him and keeps him out of trouble. Soon, though, Han falls in love with a Corellian cult member who is to be used and sold into slavery. Of course, Han rescues her, destroys the cult, and makes the Hutts very irritable. Han the returns to Corellia with his love, Bria, and meets her wealthy parents. Will they accept him? Then, eventually, Han heads to Coruscant to apply to join the Imperial Academy.

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The Hutt Gambit Poll
How many stars do you give The Hutt Gambit ?

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A few years after the Paradise Snare, Han Solo has dropped out of the Imperial Academy and hooked up with Chewbacca. As he gets over losing his first love Bria, he and Chewy head to the world of Nar Shadda to find work as pilots for the Hutt criminal organization. As they dodge attempts at capture by bounty hunters, Han begins smuggling for Jabba the Hutt's uncle, Jiliac. The story takes place over a period of several years in which Han meets Boba Fett, Lando, and falls in love with a magician named Xaverri and a smuggler named Salla. There are also guest appearances by Vuffi Raa, Baron Fel, the Smugglers Run crew, and the Millennium Falcon. As Han and Chewy are in the middle of a Hutt clan rivalry, the Empire decides to crack down on the criminal organizations and smugglers. The story ends in a colossal battle between the smugglers and the Empire. Does Han Solo die? Of Course not! Oooops! Gave away the ending!

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Rebel Dawn Poll
How many stars do you give Rebel Dawn ?

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     This novel concludes The Han Solo Trilogy, picking up a few months after The Hutt Gambit and covering a five year period up to the moment Han & Chewie arrive in the Mos Eisley Cantina and take a certain charter. :O)      The main storyline involves Bria (Han's ex-flame from The Paradise Snare), now a high ranking Rebel, trying to organise an assault on Ylesia to end the Hutt slave ring and eventually hiring smugglers to help out. In the meantime though, there's Han's win of the Falcon, Chewie's domestic life, Hutt clan power struggles, Corporate Sector adventures (see Brian Daley's Han Solo Adventures), Boba Fett and lots more!

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