Collects Classic Star Wars: Han Solo at Stars' End (1980) #1-3. Adapting Brian Daley's classic novel! For fans of the film -- fans of all ages -- this is one worth waiting for. Searching the galaxy for a rogue shipbuilder to repair the Millenium Falcon, Han Solo and Chewbacca battle fierce enemies and travel to the desolate asteroid known as Stars' End, a planetary prison.
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Han Solo at Stars' End (Star Wars: The Han Solo Adventures, #1) by Brian Daley This is the first book of a Trilogy it will stand out in the annals of the Star Wars Legends. Although I personally think it should be canon. This story looks on how Han Solo changed the world he lived in by finding his humanity in others. He finds that a dear friend has been kidnapped. Which starts a debacle that Han Solo is mainly the reason that everything is blowing up. What I would describe most about the book is how Han Solo attempts to solve his problems in the most spectacular way, he is the kind of man that would make a mountain out of a molehill and not get the reason why. He tends to make situations far worse than they should be, just by rushing into things not thinking them through. When I described the story to my daughter I told her about the conundrum that Han got himself and Chewy in, she laughed and said yep that is how I see him doing things. Brian Daley captures the essence of the character that women have fallen for since the first movie. The gorgeous rouge who just goes with his guts, and finds that his loyalty will always cause him problems. Thank you Brian for giving us a story we can chuckle at still admire the character that is the legend, Han Solo. Now onto the next book in the series.