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And, of course, George Lucas, who started it all. Star Wars blew meaway the first time I saw it, and it's been an honor to contribute tothe saga in a small way. Thanks again, and may the Force be with you all. Looks weredeceiving, however. The old Liberator-class vessel, once calledGuardian of the Republic, now had a new life as Trader's Luck. Theinterior had been gutted and refitted with a motley assortment ofliving environments, and now contained nearly one hundred sentientbeings, many of them humanoid.

At the moment, however, only a few ofthem were awake, since it was the middle of the sleep cycle. There was a watch on the bridge, of course. Trader's Luck spent muchof its time in orbit, but it was still capable of hyperspace travel,even though it was slow by modern standards.

Garris Shrike, the leaderof the loosely allied trading "clan" that lived aboard the Luck, was astrict taskmaster, who followed formal ship's protocols. So there wasalways a watch on the bridge. Shrike's orders aboard the Luck were always obeyed; he was not a man tocross without a good reason and a fully charged blaster. He ruled theclan of traders as a less-than-benevolent despot.

A slender man ofmedium height, Garris was handsome in a hard-edged way. Streaks ofsilver-white above his temples accentuated his black hair and iceblueeyes. His mouth was thin-lipped; he seldom smiled--and never with goodhumor. Garris Shrike was an expert shot and had spent his early yearsas a professional bounty hunter.

He'd given it up, though, due to bad"luck"meaning that his lack of patience had caused him to lose therichest bounties reserved for live delivery. Dead bodies were frequentlyworth far less. Shrike did possess a warped sense of humor, especially if the pain ofothers was involved.

When he was gambling and winning, he was subjectto bouts of manic gaiety, especially if he was also drunk. As he was at the moment. Sitting around the table in the formerwardroom of the enlisted officers, Shrike was playing sabacc anddrinking tankards of potent Alderaanian ale, his favorite beverage. Shrike peered at his card-chips, mentally calculating. Should he holdpat and hope to complete a pure sabacc? At any moment the dealer couldpush a button and the values of all the card-chips would shift.

Ifthat happened, he'd be busted, unless he took an additional two andtossed most of his hand into the interference field in the center ofthe table. One of his fellow players, a hulking Elomin suddenly turned his tuskedhead to glance behind him.

A light on one of the auxiliary "status"panels was blinking. The huge, shaggy-furred Elomin grunted, then saidin guttural Basic, "Something funny about the lockout sensor on theweapons cache, Captain. Unless engaged in some planetside caper, healways wore a military uniform while aboard the Luck--one he'd designedhimself, patterned on the dress uniform of a high-ranking Moff. It washung about with "medals" and "decorations" Shrike had picked up inpawnshops across the galaxy.

Now, hearing the Elomin's warning, he glanced up a little blearily,rubbed his eyes, then straightened up and dropped his card-chips ontothe tabletop. It'sreading normal now, but something flickered, as though the lock shortedout for a second. Probably just a momentary power flux. All signs ofintoxication had vanished. Somebody shorted out the lock and is running asim to fool us into thinking it's just a power flux.

We've got a thiefaboard. Is everyone armed? Brafid the Elomin fingered his "tingler"--an electric prod that washis weapon of choice--though the hairy alien was large enough to pickup most humanoids and break them over his knee. The other person present, a female Sullustan who was the Luck'snavigator, stood up, patting the scaled-down blaster she wore. Despite her diminutive height,flapping jowls, and large, appealing bright eyes, Nooni Dalvo appearedalmost as dangerous as the hulking Elomin who was her closest shipboardfriend.

Larrad, activate the biosensors,see if you can ID the thief and where he's heading. Height, 1. Dark hair and eyes. Slender build. Thebioscanner says it recognizes him. He's heading aft, toward thegalley. The ring he wore, made from a single gem ofDevaronian blood-poison, flashed dull silver in the bulkhead lights. Tonight, I'mgoing to teach him to respect authority, and he's going to wish he'dnever been born.

I'm apatient, tolerant man. Garris wondered if Larrad was remembering the Solo kid's lastpunishment session a year ago. The youth hadn't been able to walk fortwo days. Shrike's mouth tightened. He wouldn't tolerate any softness among hissubordinates. When he'd wired into the sim and jimmied the lock intothe weapons cache, he'd only had a moment to reach in and grab thefirst weapon that came to hand.

There'd been no time to pick andchoose. Nervously, he pushed strands of damp brown hair back from hisforehead, realizing he was sweating. The blaster felt heavy andawkward in his hand as he examined it. Han had seldom held one before,and he only knew how to check the charge from the reading he'd done. He'd never actually fired a weapon. Garris Shrike didn't permit anyonebut his officers to walk around armed, Squinting in the dim light, theyoung swoop pilot flipped open a small panel in the thickest part ofthe barrel and peered down at the readouts.

Fully charged. Shrike may be a bully and a fool, but he runs a taut ship. Not even to himself would the youth admit how much he actually fearedand hated the captain of Trader's Luck. He'd learned long ago thatshowing fear of any sort was a swift guarantee of a beatingorworse. The only thing bullies and fools respected was courage--or, at least,bravado.

So Han Solo had learned never to allow fear to surface in hismind or heart. There were times when he was dimly aware that it was there, deep down,buried under layers of street toughness, but anytime he recognized itfor what it was, Han resolutely buried it even deeper. Experimentally, he swun g the blaster up to eye level and awkwardlyclosed one brown eye as he sighted along the barrel.

The muzzle of theweapon wavered slightly, and Han cursed softly under his breath as herealized his hand was trembling. Come on, he told himself, show somebackbone, Solo. Getting off this ship and away from Shrike is worth alittle risk. Reflexively, he glanced over his shoulder, then turned back just intime to duck under a low-hanging power coupling.

He'd chosen thisroute because it avoided all the living quarters and recreation areas,but it was so narrow and low-ceilinged that he was beginning to feelclaustrophobic as he tiptoed forward, resisting the urge to turn andlook back over his shoulder. Ahead of him, the near tunnel widened out, and Han realized he wasalmost at his destination.

Only a few more minutes, he told himself,continuing to move with a stealthy grace that made his progress assoundless as that of a wonat's furred toe-pads. It was an exciting trilogy, with a lot of edge of your seat moments even though you knew that Han was going to live beyond the trilogy. It has some cheesiness here and there, but I've read cheesier and, over all, it was a fun adventure. Mar 20, Chris Greensmith rated it liked it Shelves: star-wars. Han seemed very childish and whimsical, but I feel that Bria leaving changed him, and left him cold.

Not bad The Millennium Falcon will be mine. Chewie is here, but he's just here, there is no real story or explanation, it all seems to happen between books, and we are also introduced to Lando and later on the Falcon, which was good Aug 15, Felicia rated it liked it Shelves: sci-fi.

My husband wanted me to read this. It wasn't bad. I'm just not the hugest into Star Wars. And now this isn't even canon anyways. Feb 11, Ricky McConnell rated it it was amazing. If you are a star wars fan, this will explain where Han Solo came from and how he became a smuggler.

Great read. Feb 02, C. Anderson rated it it was amazing. I thought the book did a good job of giving back story to Han solo and Chewbacca. It gave you a sense of being there with its vivid story telling. Oct 04, Wil C. Fry rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed the first book in this series.

I felt like the second book was a bit dull but the third was pretty good. I wish we would have gotten to see him meet Chewy and his time in the Imperial Navy. Overall it was a pretty good series, and much better than the Solo movie. Aug 01, Wes rated it it was amazing Shelves: hardback. Loved this set.

I really liked the solo movie but this feels more in line with the han solo we know and love. Highly recommended. Jun 25, Amber Witherow rated it really liked it. Jan 17, Jeni rated it it was amazing. I loved when he wound up on Alderaan which was just a little too goody goody for him and got to see a recording of a young princess. Also, Bria does conform to Han's type while being her own character. The Hutt Gambit: The first part was interesting though the battle seemed a bit far-fetched to me.

I guess they are battlin The Paradise Snare: A good story with interesting new characters and a believable young Han Solo. I guess they are battling for their home, but I would think there would be more in it for me and no one else attitudes.

There weren't even any major deaths. This was mitigated somewhat by the clear Imerpial intrigue we didn't get the full story to, along with an unexpected Vader appearance. Rebel Dawn: I like Lando's characterization in these books.

It's kind of amusing how he and Han clearly have always had the same taste in women. Also, it was strange to read Boba Fett's original backstory, even if it was only a sentence. There probably should have been more of a time skip at the end, as everything wrapped up a little too nicely, but then it was believable and everything was addressed. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I read these three books back-to-back and because the lines between them are a little blurred I'm going to review them all together here.

I will try to comment on each one separately, but there might be spoilers between the books. The gap filling is nice, but also causes the books to jump around. The gap filling is nice, but also causes the books to jump around a lot and be a little sporadic because they assume you know the backstory from other places. For example, we don't get to see a lot of Han's time in the Imperial Academy or his meeting of and bonding with Chewbacca.

Also, there are fairly large gaps of time in-between the books that make these books more like three stand-alone novels, than a coherent trilogy. These books also mark the first time, in-Universe chronology, where we leave the comfort of modern MP3 and CD audiobooks that are unabridged to slightly abridged and enter the uncomfortable territory of really abridged cassette tape audiobooks.

The reader and audio quality went way down. I was also surprised how much the sound effects that I loved as a teenager got in the way of following the book as an adult [although this could be because of low analog to digital conversion quality or because I listen to most audiobooks at x2 speed].

That being said, I'm going to attempt to briefly review each book individually now that I've introduced the series. Growing up, my library had this book, but not the two sequels, and so I listened to this one dozens if not hundreds of times before I ever found the other two, which I have listened to twice each.

The book explains Han's rough childhood and his escape from being a con-artist. It also explains his affinity for, and understanding of Shyriiwook. From there we meet a new, temporary, furry sidekick as Han develops his piloting skills running spice instead. There is also the first of several love interests that we see develop in the book, which serves as the driving plot for this novel and the only thread loosely holding together the whole trilogy.

Like many novels, Han's past catches up to him, but in the end [no surprise] he prevails and goes into the Imperial Academy. By the time this book starts Han has already left the Imperial Academy, and although this is discussed elsewhere, it seems like a hole in this series. We see Chewie serving a reluctant Han, which seems to go against the personality of Han Solo that was established in the first book. Although, yes Han is a loner, he also has deep friendships with people he has just met.

These friendships come fast, but are hard and true. As seen with, Bria, Muuurgh, and to a lesser extent Dewlanna. In fact, Dewlanna should be a motivator for Han to bond to Chewie. Of course, they do come together, and pretty quickly. The book also explores Han's joining the smuggling trade again, despite trying to flee from it several times and get his life straight, and his introduction to Lando and other familiar smuggler friends.

Through this we get to see the infamous run that led to him getting boarded and what resulted in the debt he owed to Jabba the Hutt. The book closes on an view spoiler [odd little bit of rebellion and unification amongst the smuggler's as they resist the Empire at the Battle of Nar Shaddaa.

The book opens with another famous scene where we get to see Han win the Millennium Falcon from Lando. From there view spoiler [we see Han hook up with Bria again and begin to flirt with the Rebellion. For me this was unbelievable because it seems from the movies [although it is not explicitly forbidden] that Han is unfamiliar with and [is certainly] unsympathetic to the plight of the Rebellion hide spoiler ].

As the story continues, we see the falling out that Lando and Han had in an event that not only wasn't Han's fault, but is hard to see how Lando could possibly interpret it another way. As the story closes the scene is perfectly set for the actions at the Mos Eisley Cantina, even better than some of the Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina told it. Oct 26, Javier Fontecilla rated it really liked it.

A fun book, with a great start, a boring mid and a nice ending. The 3 books presented in this collection are a must for any Star Wars fan, even if is not canon any more. Sep 16, Rose rated it it was ok. Didn't finish as the stories didn't hold my interest Didn't finish as the stories didn't hold my interest Jul 12, Alexa rated it really liked it. I loved it. De hecho, he intentando retrasar todo lo posible el llegar al final.

Abandono, mendicidad, malos tratos, esclavitud Son solo algunas de las cosas en las que se ve envuelto. Pero A. Y no nos olvidemos de Dewlanna, la primera amiga wookiee de Han. Crispin te deja otra vez al borde del infarto. Y en general, creo que este es el libro que, digamos, mejor se porta con Han. En cuanto a Amanecer Rebelde Yan ambitionne de devenir pilote, le meilleur de toute la galaxie. Parmi eux, une femme va attirer son attention, Bria. What amazes me the most about the Star Wars universe is that everything is based on only three movies and more or less the prequels, but lets not even go there.

All of these books have to be based on characters and plot that only make up about six hours of footage. The result is an almost nick picking of the smallest details. Suddenly things like Han Solo's pants and vest have their own stories.

I think it makes for a confining atmosphere to try to write a story. With so many details and such a What amazes me the most about the Star Wars universe is that everything is based on only three movies and more or less the prequels, but lets not even go there. With so many details and such a hardcore fan base, I can see where writing these stories are such a monumental task. It's also why I think that this trilogy of Han Solo's early life spanning ten years from his teens to right before A New Hope is hampered by the already established history of the character.

It feels very much like the author was struggling to link up all of the major plot points with one cohesive story. Han Solo's history makes sense, but sometimes the story doesn't. I did appreciate seeing how Han got wrapped up with the Hutts, but his inevitable fall out with Jabba was a little unbelievable. There we're a few things that happened in the book that I felt didn't really match up with what happened in the movies.

There we're a few moments of foreshadowing to the movies--some I appreciated, like Han Solo ending up on Alderaan. Others, like having a crazy homeless woman predict his true future was not really necessary. I also didn't really care for Bria--Han Solo's main love interest. It could be my own bias, cause really, who can compete with Princess Leia? I found her and her motives to be believable, but somehow still annoying. There we're also a few cheesy, clique action descriptions "came out of nowhere!

The books we're a fun read. The second book, The Hutt's Gambit was my favorite. Probably because it had the most action and not a lot of Bria. It was also interesting to find out that despite there being so much available information about these characters the ages of Han, Leia and Luke are up for debate. I was surprised to find out that Han is anywhere from years older than Leia--go figure. The sad thing about these novels is that they will most likely be made non canon due to the Han Solo prequel coming out in

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