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Outbound Flight (Star Wars)

1 rating: 3.0
A book by Timothy Zahn

Another puzzle piece in the Star Wars universe falls into place with this action-packed prequel to Hugo-winner Zahn's Star Wars: Survivor's Quest (2004). Familiar characters such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, young Anakin Skywalker and the evil Lord Palpatine … see full wiki

Author: Timothy Zahn
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: LucasBooks
2 reviews about Outbound Flight (Star Wars)
review by . September 16, 2010
Timothy Zahn's Outbound Flight (Star Wars) is a Star Wars prequel done right. Zahn takes the admittedly weak hand dealt to him by the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy and explains the backstory of Thrawn and C'baoth. Generally, his interweaving of prequel and Heir to the Empire plot elements is seamless (although Obi-Wan and Anakin seem like they were thrown in against the author's will). I particularly liked how Thrawn comes to learn about Darth Sidious and join his side.      …
review by . September 16, 2010
Timothy Zahn's Outbound Flight (Star Wars) is a Star Wars prequel done right. Zahn takes the admittedly weak hand dealt to him by the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy and explains the backstory of Thrawn and C'baoth. Generally, his interweaving of prequel and Heir to the Empire plot elements is seamless (although Obi-Wan and Anakin seem like they were thrown in against the author's will). I particularly liked how Thrawn comes to learn about Darth Sidious and join his side.    I didn't …
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