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The History of Space Opera

Lost (and found) Star Wars stories

Articles, columns and quotes in defense of the Star Wars Expanded Universe!


The goal of the all-volunteer, non-profit Twin Suns Foundation is to promote reading and writing around the world, and serve as the voice for the Star Wars Expanded Universe Movement! Fundraisers, book donations, billboards, check 'em all out today!

Eddie Van Der Heidjen's amazingly exhaustive page!


Robert Mullin's wildly unique chronology project attempts to fuse the EU canon with Disney's.


Jedi Sabacc


Long forgotten, un-reprinted Star Wars adventures and nonfiction literature

TBone's famous Star Wars site include cut-scenes, scripts, and so much more!


Plif lives with Marvel Star Wars stats and loads of fun pages!


Fascinating study of the changes made to the original trilogy


This site's original pre-Filoni Clone Wars Timeline

The Clone Wars Viewing Order


Another chronology of the Clone Wars incorporates older stories in relation to the animated series


Everything you always wanted to know about the Star Wars Holiday Special!










Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel




Rogue One: Cassian and K-2SO

Main cover and three variants




Rebel Rising



Guardians of the Whills



Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Novel and Junior novel

Graphic Novel and International Variant

Trade Paperback

Issue 1 and variants


Issue 2 and variants

Issue 3 and variant

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6








Agent of the Empire

Iron Eclipse


Published by Dark Horse Comics, 2012

Written by John Ostrander

Illustrated by Stephane Roux and Julien Hugonnard-Bert



The Force Unleashed

  • Published by Del Rey/Ballantine, 2008.

  • Written by Sean Williams.



The Force Unleashed (Dark Horse)

  • Published by Dark Horse Comics, 2008.

  • Written by Haden Blackman. Illustrated by Brian Ching, Bong Dazo, Wayne Nichols



The Force Unleashed 2

  • Published by Del Rey/Ballantine, 2010.

  • Written by Sean Williams.




The Han Solo Trilogy: volume #1: The Paradise Snare

The Han Solo Trilogy: volume #2: The Hutt Gambit

The Han Solo Trilogy: volume #3: Rebel Dawn



Note: The Sci-Fi Book Club edition is missing the epilogue of The Hutt Gambit.



Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu

Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon

Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of Thonboka



Note: The first two volumes were released in hardcover by the Sci-Fi Book Club. 

It is believed that the third volume was never produced..



Han Solo at Star's End

Han Solo's Revenge

Han Solo and the Lost Legacy



Note: Han Solo and the Lost Legacy was in fact produced in hardcover.



Han Solo at Star's End #1-3





Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook





Death Troopers




The Lost City of Tatooine

Note: This magazine features a short story by David West Reynolds and artwork by Chris Trevas.  As of 3/07, this July 1999 issue of Dig magazine is still available as a back issue.  Click here for details.



Adventure in Beggar's Canyon

Dark Horse Presents: DHP Jr.: Luke Skywalker’s Walkabout



A Decade of Dark Horse #2: This Crumb for Hire



Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire #1-4









Star Wars: The Original Radio Dramatization






The Lost Jedi Adventure Game Books



The Lost Jedi Adventure Game Books were a 'Choose-Your-Own-Adventure" style two-book series, comprising Jedi Dawn and The Bounty Hunter.  These titles were released only in the UK.  Jedi Dawn features an error; it's missing entry #300, which is necessary for completing the adventure correctly.  This is corrected in the compilation book The Lost Jedi, which collected both titles.

Lost Jedi: Book 1: Jedi Dawn

While there may be a few ways for Havet Storm to achieve the final outcome, the ideal path is no easy task to find, and the following presents the most cinematic and heroic pathway through that allows the reader to read through the adventure without the need for dice rolls and other time-consuming game elements, without dying (of course), and without repeating circuits that the player oftentimes falls into when making less-than-ideal choices the first time. The reader is by all means free to play the game and find another path if she so chooses. This timeline is interested in providing a story for those who don't have the time to devote to that. Note: Havet Storm is required to have the strength, dexterity and skill to accomplish certain tasks. As we know Storm succeeded, since he appears in not only Book 2: Bounty Hunter, but later Expanded Universe stories, these pathways reflect the fact that he succeeded in those areas.


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Although there are no official chapter titles, in the course of piecing the above into a workable framework, I've come up with several chapter names that might help readers delineate and remember the various sections:

I. Introduction: Meet Havet Storm: 1

II. Journey to Toprawa: 31

III. Al the Alchemist and Boba Fett: 141

IV. Murder in the Alley: 39

V. Diamond: 173

VI. 182 Riverside: 182

VII. Meeting Facet Anamor: 161

VIII. Carmine: 221

IX. Shuttle: 199

X. Hostel: 50

XI. Al the Alchemist and Boba Fett II: 9

XII. HQ Rebel Alliance, Toprawa: 106

XIII. Fett vs. Diamond: 269

XIV. Imperial Research Station: 274

XV. Facet's Room: 336

XVI. Druth Anamor: 367

XVII. Stealing the Death Star Plans: 400

XVIII. One for the Alliance: 397


Lost Jedi: Book 2: Bounty Hunter


Special thanks to Matthew Smith for providing the walkthrough for the second book!

Walkthrough assumes reader has completed the “canonical” Jedi Dawn pathway


510-511-512-1-17-2-13-2-38-15-2-48-2-28-(514)-(526)-37-49-25-(516)-37-39-31-6-53-20-8-45-83-(547)-105-(519)-7-32-9-35-525-57-(538)-55-87-109-96-120-(553)-43-141-(562)-79-137-447-148-164-(573)-190-575-182-(557)-209-43-125-145-(569)-122-162-184-144-134-146-(570)-448-163-(571)-174-222-217-208-(590)-229-268-225-227-237-258-271-304-221-238-289-(601)-294-338-(604)-328-(603)-337-(616)-296-340-348-371-410-420-414-423-(630)-427-434-(631)-(639)-430-432-438-435-444-445 (The End)





Note: Unpublished. rare. or out-of-print Star Wars stories will be taken down if/when officially released/reprinted

Supernatural Encounters



Cult Encounters


Previously unpublished duology intended for Hyperspace and the Star Wars Blog.


Tom Veitch's unpublished bridge story between Dark Empire I and II

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