Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy #3: Rebel Dawn

Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy #3: Rebel Dawn

by A. C. Crispin
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Star Wars The Han Solo Trilogy #3 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A.C. Crispen delivers again with a stunning novel that goes deep into the darker side of Han Solo's life. In the beginning this book describes how Han 'won' the Millenium Falcon from Lando and quickly escalated to the top of the smuggling occupation. Later in the book he meets up with his first real love who, after a series of fights, persuades Han and his smuggling friends into helping her with an operation against slavery on the planet Ylesia with promises of reward. Remember in the Empire Strikes Back when Chewie makes a comment and Han responds with: 'that was a ling time ago, I'm sure he's forgotten about that.' Through the rest of the book Han drops into a massive state of depression as one event goes bad after another creating the his cheery personality that is introduced in Star Wars: A New Hope.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You wrote your review on my 5th birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D:D:D LOVEthis book:)
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The Solo Trilogy was the first none-novelization trilogy I read, and a major step in my becoming a fan of the Star Wars Books. At the beginning of this chapter is the sabacc tournament, where Han wins the Falcon and a large amount of credits. He and Chewie then proceed to outfit the Falcon with smuggling compartments, weaponry and armor. The Falcon retained the appearance of an old beat up ship, but was built for evading and winning battles. They run many smuggling runs. Those include trips to Kashyyyk - Chewie's home world and various runs for Jabba. They help arm the Wookie resistance, while profiting quite nicely in the process. Han's runs also include when the Falcon set a record on the Kessel Run. The run involved passing dangerously close to Black Holes. Those distorted both Time and Space, allowing the Falcon to make the run in record distance - less than twelve parsecs. Durga investigates his parent's death throughout the book. Finally finding evidence he challenges Jiliac to a duel. Jiliac's death leaves Jabba in charge of his Hutt clan. He then finances a Rebel attack on Ylesia, lead by Han's ex - Bria Tharren. The attack completely destroys the factories, free's all the slaves, and takes everything of value on Ylesia. The profits from the attack finance further rebel needs, including sources that would eventually lead to the Alliance gaining the Death Star Plans. In the final chapter Han was in debt to Jabba, and desperate for credits. Preparing to meet with clients looking for passage to Alderan - a Kid in a moisture farmer outfit, and an old man in a Yawa robe. Where this book ends, Han's role in the original movie begins.
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I am han solo
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVED this book and ALL OF THE OTHER AMAZING books of this trilogy. Reading "Rebel Dawn", I literally went from: wanting to punch something or throw my nook across the room because I was mad at the characters, to about to cry during the emotional and touching parts, to wanting to jump around the room cause I was so excited! This was an INCREDIBLE book, probably my favorite out of the trilogy. The Han Solo trilogy is an amazing story of Han's childhood, all the way up to Obi Wan and Luke walking up to the booth in the Mos Eisley cantina. AMAZING! INCREDIBLE! AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beldagin More than 1 year ago
A great way to finish up the Han Solo Trilogy.  While one might wish there was more closure to the character and his adventures, the story has to make room for the already known and developed story you see in the movies.  If you read Crispin's first two books you have absolutely nothing to fear when reading this one!
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Khyron2001 More than 1 year ago
Exciting read which leads up to the original trilogy. Page by page it kept me interested and I absolutely love how it wraps this trilogy up and brings you into the next. I thank you A.C. Crispin for the entire Han Solo Trilogy
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awesome book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ColoradoBR More than 1 year ago
This is a terrific story that brings Han Solo to the character we knew him as in the Star Wars movies. It brilliantly wraps up the trilogy with confrontations and surprises. An excelent Star Wars novel.
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