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I read Star Wars Dark Force Rising Its by Timothy Zahn and published by Bantam Books in June 1992 This book is the sequel to Heir to the Empire Only one month separates these two books in time After the battle at Sluis Van a shipyard the Rebellions ships are moderately damaged Most of their ships are either destroyed or are in need of major repairs Han and Lando are stuck with Luke at Sluis Van spaceport their ships are near the bottom of the repair lists and no one is likely to loan them a ship They are trying to figure a way to get their ships repaired faster when Luke and Lando run into some old smuggler enemies of Landos The gang is there trying to steal a ship when Lando catches them in the act Luckily Luke is there to defend Lando from the merciless smugglers Luke then forces the Slicer we would call them a hacker to move their ships up on the repair list After their ships are repaired the trio returns to the base on Coruscant the New Republics headquarters Its here that the reader finds that Leia has traveled to the land of the gray skinned aliens that tried to kill her in the previous book They are called Nohgri She is trying to persuade them to see the evils of the Empire who has enslaved them The only reason shes is not immediately killed is that she is Darth Vaders daughter She uncovers a conspiracy put on them by the Empire and she will not re-enter the story until the end Meanwhile Lando and Han are scouring the galaxy for clues as to the whereabouts of a fleet of over two hundred Cradser Class Warships called the Katana fleet Normally these ships would need about 15000 men a piece to be functional but do to technology called slave circuiting each can operate with fifteen hundred men
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