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Fantasy
Author: Jonathan Davis,Troy Denning
ISBN: 055371368X
Subcategory: Science Fiction
Publisher Random House Audio; Abridged edition (March 4, 2003)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.6
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by Jonathan Davis,Troy Denning


Tatooine Ghost is a standalone novel written by Troy Denning. It was published by Del Rey in March 2003 as hardcover and reprinted in paperback in December of the same year.

Tatooine Ghost is a standalone novel written by Troy Denning. The novel's story takes place directly before the events of Heir to the Empire, and was hailed as the first Expanded Universe novel to bridge the gap between the prequel trilogy and original trilogy characters.

Tatooine Ghost: Star Wars Universe. Written by Troy Denning. Narrated by Jonathan Davis. But trouble is waiting when they arrive: an Imperial Star Destroyer is orbiting Tatooine on the lookout for Rebels; a mysterious stranger at the auction seems to recognize Leia; and an Imperial officer's aggressive bidding for the Alderaanian painting could foil the Solos' mission. When a dispute erupts into violence, and the painting vanishes in the chaos, Han and Leia are thrust into a desperate race to reclaim it-before Imperial troops or a band of unsavory treasure-peddlers get there first.

Even though not technically a part of Star Wars canon anymore, "Tatooine Ghost" does an excellent job of connecting the original trilogy with the prequels

Even though not technically a part of Star Wars canon anymore, "Tatooine Ghost" does an excellent job of connecting the original trilogy with the prequels. Focusing on Leia, her force potential, and her view of her father, I found this book very interesting. With a healthy portion of Han and Chewie, I would recommend this to anyone who doesn't hate the prequels and wants to see them tied into the original trilogy well.

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Troy Denning's Tatooine Ghost is a joy to read! Yes, it is an Expanded Universe novel and if you haven't read any of the previous "further adventures o. .novels, newcomers will not get any of the references to other works (such as Dave Wolverton's "Courtship of Princess Leia," Timothy Zahn's Grand Admiral Thrawn trilogy, or Dark Horse Comics' Dark Empire series, all of which are alluded to. here. What makes this novel worth reading is the connection between the classic trilogy, expanded universe, and the current films.

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Han Solo and Leia Organa take center stage, and stunning revelations from the past play a critical role in shaping the future, as the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: The New Jedi Order: Star by Star now turns to a crucial chapter in the classic Star Wars saga.The deaths of Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine, and victory at the Battle of Endor by no means spelled the end of the Empire. In the aftermath, the New Republic has faced a constant struggle to survive and grow. And now a new threat looms: a masterpiece of Alderaanian art—lost in transit after the planet’s destruction—has resurfaced on the black market. Offered at auction, it will command a handsome price . . . but its greatest value lies in the vital secret it conceals—the key to a code used to communicate with New Republic agents deep undercover within the Empire. Discovery of the key by Imperial forces would spell certain disaster. The only option is recovery—and Han, Leia, Chewbacca, and C-3PO have been dispatched to Tatooine to infiltrate the auction.But trouble is waiting when they arrive: an Imperial Star Destroyer is orbiting Tatooine on the lookout for Rebels; a mysterious stranger at the auction seems to recognize Leia; and an Imperial officer’s aggressive bidding for the Alderaanian painting could foil the Solos’ mission. When a dispute erupts into violence, and the painting vanishes in the chaos, Han and Leia are thrust into a desperate race to reclaim it—before Imperial troops or a band of unsavory treasure-peddlers get there first.Dangerous as the chase is, for Leia it leads into especially dark territory. Already haunted by the specter of her infamous father, and fearful that his evil may infect future generations, she has suffered a disturbing Force-vision of Luke turning to the dark side. As she battles beside Han against marauding TIE fighters, encroaching stormtroopers, and Tatooine’s savage Tusken Raiders, Leia’s struggle with the warring emotions inside her culminates in the discovery of an extraordinary link to the past. And as long-buried secrets and truths at last emerge, she faces a moment of reckoning that will forever alter her destiny . . . and that of the New Republic.From the Hardcover edition.
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I have had little interest in the events that take place after "Return of the Jedi" as far as the Expanded Universe go, but this one along with the "Jedi Academy" trilogy have changed my mind a lot on what "Star Wars" books I want to read, in this one five years have passed since the events of "Jedi" & Han & Leia are newly married & Han wants to start a family(imagine that..), but Leia does not given her heritage, they go to Tattoonie to recover a lost painting thought to have been destroyed on Alderaan, it is here that they meet one of Anakin Skywalker's childhood friends who steals the painting when some shady characters & some former imperial folks show up & all hell breaks loose, as Han & Leia track the painting down Leia meets people who knew Anakin as a child & Leia finds it difficult to believe that the monster she knew as Darth Vader was once this innocent kid loved by many, there are shades of "Episode I The Phantom Menace" here as Han & Leia learn how Anakin won his freedom & went with the Jedi to train as a Jedi Knight, they even visit the Boonta Eve location which a former shell of itself, they even visit Obi-Wan's place that has by now been looted but find a secret compartment where Obi-Wan kept many hologram recordings, one where he promises to help Luke start a new Jedi Academy with Yoda, Leia is given a electronic diary that was Shmi Skywalker's as she recorded everything that happened after Anakin left, what is so great about this part of the book is we fans get to see what life was like for Shmi after Anakin left, & Han & Leia find out what us fans already know, Leia begins to see Anakin in a different light, & some Tusken Raiders think that Anakin was an angry God from the events of "Episode II" by the end of the book Leia gets a better understanding as to who Anakin really was & decides to forgive the Vader part of him & by the end lets go of her fear of having children, if you want a book that connects the Prequels to the Original Trilogy, you can't go wrong with this one.
Anayaron
This novel takes place very early in Han and Leia's marriage, following the couple on an exciting mission to Tatooine where they must...attend an art auction? Not exactly Star Wars-level action here. Yes, the painting involved is crucial to the survival of many people, but it seemed like a weak plot.

The whole novel seems to coast through, never raising the tension too much or hitting a real climax. It promises the reader a more intimate view inside Han and Leia's marriage - what that means is we get to see them bicker (neato!). Leia also gets to gain some insight on Anakin Skywalker before his transformation into Darth Vader - that means the reader has to rehash a lot of the Phantom Menace, which we had to suffer through but Leia did not. A lot of the novel wants to poke the reader and say, "See, details of the Phantom Menace are relevant to other characters too, neato!"

Now as critical as I am, it was certainly not the worst Star Wars novel I've ever read (Planet of Twilight, I'm looking in your direction), but it wasn't the best either. It's just ok. Not exciting, not too important in the greater story, just ok.
Nahelm
I loved this story! It was a great fun read focusing primarily on Leia and Han just after they had been married searching for a priceless piece of Alderaanian art that holds a cricial secret . I especially enjoy ed the focus on Leia dealing with the fact that Darth Vader is her father and what that means for her future family with Han.
Drelahuginn
If ever there was a such a beast as an essential star wars novel, this would be it.

I must be getting old, but for a book that focuses entirely on one planet, with a small number of active characters and only a handful of "bad guys" this for me was one of the books of the year.

The search for an oil painting that was an Alderaanian treasure, the ghost of a legendary Jedi, and the opportunity to get inside the head of one of the most beautiful characters ever created.

This all adds up to a great way to relax and revisit our old friends in their eternal battle against evil.

I hereby nominate George Lucas for a Nobel Prize for the advancement of the human race.