Star Wars Insider: The High Republic: Starlight Stories
by Cavan Scott; Justina Ireland; Charles Soule
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Pub Date 06 Dec 2022 | Archive Date 28 Dec 2022
Titan Books, Titan Comics
Written by The New York Times’ best-selling authors Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, and Justina Ireland, with supporting original illustrations by Louie De Martinis.
EXPERIENCE THE GALAXY CENTURIES BEFORE THE STRUGGLE OF THE REBEL ALLIANCE AGAINST THE GALACTIC EMPIRE—AT THE HEIGHT OF THE JEDI ORDER!
A compendium of tales from the High Republic era, told from aboard the incredible satellite station, the Starlight Beacon, collected for the first time from the pages of Star Wars Insider.
All stories are written by The New York Times’ best-selling authors Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, and Justina Ireland.
Also includes in-depth interviews with the story architects behind the best-selling publishing and multimedia initiative.
“Go Together” by Charles Soule
“First Duty” by Cavan Scott
“Hidden Danger” by Justina Ireland
“Past Mistakes” by Cavan Scott
“Shadows Remain” by Justina Ireland
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Average rating from 33 members
this was a great collection of Star Wars: The High Republic stories, they were unique enough that it was new and still worked in this universe. I enjoyed each tale and the authors that wrote this, I can't wait to read more books like this as I enjoyed the shorter Star Wars tales. It was great to see images along with the story and thought they were beautifully done.
"That’s an alert that we’re about to encounter another ship. And where we are, I guarantee it won’t be anyone from the Republic. Ghal pushed her forearm against Jeni’s throat, making the woman gasp for breath. It wasn’t an elegant way to subdue an opponent, but Ghal was pressed for time. Jeni struggled and tried to throw Ghal off of her, but eventually her struggles fell away to nothing.”