As technology is getting advanced with time, people start taking an interest in more constructive & practical things instead of keeping a single side based on theories & fantasies. People are more eager to discern & learn them in their daily life.
Thanks to our entertainment industry who keep indulging their speculators in such sort of stuff in the form of movies & books. One of the most remarkable & engaging books is Star Wars who just printed on our memories & still loved by everyone, especially by those who want to learn about the universe.
The galaxy far away has continued to expand on the page since the publication of the first two Star Wars novels. Novels extending the exploits of Luke, Han, Leia, and other heroes and villains have been a staple of Star Wars storytelling since the early 90s and have provided us with favorite new corners of the galaxy to obsess about. These books and stories today continue to be a perfect way to learn more about the worlds and characters seen in the films.
Listed below are the best star war books that never be misunderstood by the users:
Table Of Contents
- 1: Aftermath: Journey to The Force Awakens Star War Book
- 2: Ahsoka Star War Book
- 3: Alphabet Squadron Star War Book
- 4: Bloodline Star War Book
- 5: Lando’s Luck Star War Book
- 6: Kenobi Star War Book
- 7: Republic Commando: Hard Contact Star War Book
- 8: Revenge of the Sith Star War Book
- 9: Scoundrels Star War Book
- 10: Shadow of the Empire’s Star War Book
- Will anyone write a book about Star Wars?
- Is fan fiction about Star Wars legal?
- Are sites for fans legal?
- Do you have to read the books about Star Wars in order?
- How much are Star Wars books worth?
- Why aren’t the Star Wars films counted in the order they were released in?
1: Aftermath: Journey to The Force Awakens Star War Book
- Author: Chuck Wendig
- Publisher: Del Rey
- Publication Date: September 4, 2015
- Pages: 370
Book Description: Aftermath is noteworthy both for the all-in writing style of Chuck Wendig and for its role in the canon. It follows mainly original characters and a teenage Temmin ‘Snap’ Wexley, the X-Wing pilot played by Greg Grunberg in The Force Awakens, at the beginning of the new canon’s first book trilogy.
Since it’s the first book in a series, Aftermath has space for major character cameos and a deep look at the state of the New Republic after the Empire’s collapse.
Book Author: Chuck Wendig is a screenwriter, novelist, and game designer. He’s the author of several books, including the YA Heartland series, Blackbirds, Atlanta Burns, and Zer0es. He co-wrote Pandemic, a short film, and Collapsus, an Emmy-nominated multimedia narrative.
Our Opinion: I’ve read reviews setting this book down for a while and praising its sequel, Life Debt, but I thoroughly enjoyed Aftermath, and besides the Alderaanian Flotilla Interlude, I liked nothing in Life Debt.
2: Ahsoka Star War Book
- Author: E.K. Johnston
- Publisher: Disney Lucas film Press
- Publication Date: October 11, 2016
- Pages: 400
Book Description: Since leaving the Jedi Order near the end of the Clone Wars, fans have long wondered what happened to Ahsoka, and before she reappeared as the enigmatic rebel operative Fulcrum in Rebels. Her story will begin to be revealed at last.
After her encounters with the Jedi and the devastation of Order 66, Ahsoka is uncertain if she will ever again be part of a larger whole. But her ability to battle the evils of the Empire and defend those in need will give rise to her right to Bail Organa and the Rebel Alliance.
Book Author: Before she became a published author, Johnston had many jobs and one occupation. If she’s noticed something it’s that sometimes things turn out strange, and you can’t do anything about it. Well, via awkward fanfic, that and how to muscle because it’s about a pairing she likes.
Our Opinion: I certainly thought like this novel was targeted at a younger audience compared to other Star Wars books and comics I have read before a feeling that seems to be echoed in other reviews. Don’t let that put you away from what is still an incredibly strong story, though.
3: Alphabet Squadron Star War Book
- Author: Alexander Freed
- Publisher: Del Rey
- Publication Date: June 11, 2019
- Pages: 560
Book Description: Alphabet Squadron focuses on Imperial defector turned X-Wing pilot Yrica Quell, another ensemble novel. The five pilots who make up “Alphabet” are full of personality, and an unexpected therapist facilitates their sometimes prickly getting-to-know-each-other period: a torture droid. IT-O, the former Imperial Droid, perfectly encapsulates the combination of brutal war and wry humor in the novel.
Book Author: Alexander Freed has published many short stories, comic books, and video games and is the author of Star Wars: Battlefront: Twilight Company and Star Wars: Rogue One. He was born near Philadelphia and now lives in San Francisco, California. He loves the culture, history, and secrets of the city, but he does miss the snow.
Our Opinion: I really enjoyed this novel, giving it four stars for the plot, but an extra star for the potential. In the beginning, it is a little sluggish, but this is good as it sets up brand new characters.
4: Bloodline Star War Book
- Author: Claudia Gray
- Publisher: Del Rey; Hardcover edition (January 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 31, 2017
- Pages: 432
Book Description: In the sky above Endor, when the Uprising destroyed the Monarchy, Leia Organa claimed it was the beginning of permanent peace. But the dream seems like a distant memory after decades of bitter infighting and political gridlock in the New Republic Senate.
Leia, Darth Vader’s daughter, faces with mistrust the prospect of any person occupying such a strong role, even if Leia herself is suggested by supporters for the job. But a new enemy may make this path the only choice for Leia.
Book Author: Claudia Gray is the author of Star Wars: Missing Stars, as well as A Thousand Pieces of You and the Ever night and Spellcaster series. She served as a lawyer, a journalist, a disc jockey, and a waitress who was especially ineffective. Old homes, classic movies, retro designs, and history are her lifelong passions. New Orleans is where she lives.
Our Opinion: This is ALL Star Wars Books’ verdict. They take your mind away from the real world, like all books, particularly science fiction books, and let your imagination take you to places you would really like to be.
5: Lando’s Luck Star War Book
- Author: Justina Ireland
- Publisher: Disney Lucas film Press
- Publication Date: October 2, 2018
- Pages: 176
Book Description: Lando’s Luck perfectly captures the voice of the titular character, and you will find yourself laughing out loud at the exchange between his droid co-pilot L3-37 and the adorable rogue ad.
Book Author: Justina Ireland loves dark chocolate, dark comedy, and she’s not too proud to admit she’s always terrified of the night. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, boy, and dog. She’s the author of Revenge Bound and Pledge of Shadows, Dread Nation (a New York Times bestseller).
Our Opinion: L3-37 is the best part of this novel. Justina captures her personality well, and it is very fun with the parts with her in them. It is a pretty straightforward heist caper, apart from that. Pleasant to read, and worth the breezy reading.
6: Kenobi Star War Book
- Author: John Jackson Miller
- Publisher: Cornerstone Digital
- Publication Date: November 21, 2013
- Pages: 404
Book Description: Obi-Wan Kenobi comes to the assistance of Tatooine’s inhabitants during his exile in this original book, set between the events of Star Wars: Episode III Vengeance of the Sith and Episode IV A New Hope.
But when he learns that saving Luke Skywalker—the last hope of the galaxy—means putting aside his compassion and his Jedi warrior training, he is struggling with his new mission, for the galaxy’s future lies not with Obi-Wan Kenobi, but with a mysterious desert.
Book Author: John Jackson Miller is the best-selling New York Times author, among many other novels and comics, of Star Wars: Kenobi, Star Wars: A New Dawn, Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith, and the Star Wars Legends: The Old Republic graphic novel collections from Marvel.
Our Opinion: Maybe this may be incorrect, but I think this is the last novel in the old, proper canon and it’s a perfect way to bow out for Star Wars. I approached this with very low hopes but I’m very happy to see that I was wrong.
7: Republic Commando: Hard Contact Star War Book
- Author: KAREN TRAVISS
- Publisher: Del Rey
- Publication Date: October 26, 2004
- Pages: 304
Book Description: The Republic Commando series fostered a passionate fan base like any other in the community. Ostensibly a video game tie-in book, as the clone troopers followed, it was the beginning of the long-term growth of Mandalorian culture by Karen Traviss. As they try to avoid a Separatist bio-weapon, the novel follows a squad of elite clone commandos and one young Jedi Padawan.
Book Author: KAREN TRAVISS, a former defense reporter and TV and newspaper journalist, has also worked as a police press officer, an advertisement copywriter, and a lecturer in journalism. She served both in the Royal Naval Auxiliary Service and in the Army of the Territories.
Our Opinion: The author has clearly dealt with British lads in green as an exciting read and as an ex-squaddie to get the fighting side of stuff and troop interactions to feel organic and genuine. The RC’s deserve a film that I think is their own!
8: Revenge of the Sith Star War Book
- Author: Matthew Woodring Stover
- Publisher: random house
- Publication Date: April 9, 2009
- Pages: 451
Book Description: The novel brings the epic full circle, based on the screenplay of the film Star Wars: Episode III, revealing at last just how the young Jedi, Anakin Skywalker, became the galaxy’s most evil villain, Darth Vader, and Luke and Leia’s father.
The Clone Wars are already in full swing when the novel begins, and several Jedis have already been destroyed. Anakin is dealing with his dual life: the Jedi Knight and Padme Amidala’s husband (in secrecy).
Book Author: Matthew Woodring Stover is an American author of fantasy and science fiction (born 1962). For his four Star Wars books, including the novelization of Star Wars: Episode III- Vengeance of the Sith, he may be best known.
Our Opinion: This is a great movie re-telling, the end is very difficult and emotional, but what are you expecting! This was the best prequel film and it adds color and additional dimension to the novel.
9: Scoundrels Star War Book
- Author: Timothy Zahn
- Publisher: Del Rey
- Publication Date: November 26, 2013
- Pages: 528
Book Description: With plenty of chemistry between the team members and unforgettable moments, Scoundrels is pure fun.
Book Author: The author of more than forty novels, almost ninety short stories and novels, and four short collections of prose, is Timothy Zahn. He won the Hugo Award for Best Novella in 1984. With more than four million copies of his books in print, Zahn is best known for his Star Wars novels.
Our Opinion: A dozen years ago, I gave up on Star Wars books, too many characters, too many authors; all that had become too uneven for me. But I had to get it when I saw it was being published. I have always loved books by Zahn. Set right after A New Dream, one of the Black Sun’s victims offers Han a job.
10: Shadow of the Empire’s Star War Book
- Author: Steve Perry
- Publisher: Del Rey
- Publication Date: March 3, 1997
- Pages: 385
Book Description: Shadows of the Empire illuminates the shadowy outlines of a criminal conspiracy, ruled by a character new to us that exists in the context of the events in the movies. Prince Xizor is an evil mastermind who dares to challenge Darth Vader, one of the best-known fictional villains of all time. All the featured Star Wars movie characters are involved in the plot, plus Emperor Palatine and of course, Lord Vader himself.
Book Author: Steve Perry is a television writer and author. The author of more than 50 novels and several short stories, including The Forever Drug, Spindoc, The Trinity Vector, and the Matador series, is a native of the Deep South. For the Alien, Conan, and Star Wars franchises, he also penned novels.
Our Opinion: A wonderful book about Star Wars that takes place between the Empire Strikes Back and the Jedi Return. It introduces a new character who, with both Darth Vader and the good guys, is in conflict. Shadows of the Empire is very much like the Star Wars movies, though from a different viewpoint, it has some overlap. It’s a very great read that suits the two movies nicely.
Will anyone write a book about Star Wars?
First off: There is no way to apply for consideration anything you’ve written about Star Wars. Every short story/book/etc. As part of a license deal between publishers and Lucas film/Disney, our favorite galaxy is far far away.
Is fan fiction about Star Wars legal?
The question is are fanzines a legitimate use of content that is copyrighted? If so then fans do not need permission from the copyright owners of Star Wars and Star Trek to write fan fiction. However, if not then fans are technically responsible for the infringement of copyright.
Are sites for fans legal?
Creating a fan page for a movie is legal in the United States. However, using photographs or video clips from movies on a fan site without permission from the copyright owners could be copyright infringement.
Do you have to read the books about Star Wars in order?
If the order is chronological or publication order, do it by all means. There is no right or wrong way to read books about Star Wars.
How much are Star Wars books worth?
Many more Star Wars books are worth $50 to $100; again to assess their value, it’s best to do research on the individual book.
Why aren’t the Star Wars films counted in the order they were released in?
Put clearly, Lucas made the films out of order. Originally, he decided to make one film to see if it will go in theaters. He sweated on the film getting his expenses back and a little bit of a benefit.