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Rebel Dawn (Star Wars: The Han Solo Trilogy, Book 3) (edition 1998)

by A.C. Crispin

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Title:Rebel Dawn (Star Wars: The Han Solo Trilogy, Book 3)
Authors:A.C. Crispin
Info:Spectra (1998), Mass Market Paperback, 400 pages
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Rebel Dawn by A. C. Crispin



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Just OK. I got bored towards the end and was glad to finish. I skipped a lot of the Hutt stuff cos it was boring. Bit disappointing. ( )
  infjsarah | Dec 5, 2015 |
And it turns out just as you expected, except you now understand all the little things about Han from the original movies that were never very clear. ( )
  ladypembroke | Nov 22, 2014 |
The tale begins with Han Solo acquiring the Millenium Falcon, the very ship that had been on the top of Han’s list since he first laid eyes on it. With the Millenium Falcon, he and Chewy are able to complete smuggling runs for the Hutt in record timing. Everything was looking up for Han Solo, until an old friend was reintroduced along with an offer too good to turn down. A. C. Crispin’s book three of the exciting Han Solo Trilogy, Rebel Dawn. As it ends, it also explains the events that led Han to the Mos Eisley Cantina. ( )
  Wuher | Aug 28, 2013 |
The final installment of the Han Solo trilogy does not disappoint. Lots of action, a few tears, Han and Bria finally get back together - but man has that girl changed.
Want to know why Han only looks out for himself?
Want to know why Han's not too keen to risk his neck, or his ship, for the rebellion?
Want to know why it's so hard for Han to tell Leia he loves her?
Read this series. I LOVED that the book took you right up to Han and Chewie's meeting with Luke and Obi Wan. Great read!
The author does try too hard in some places and ends up over-telling the moment - but despite that it's still a great series. ( )
  psalm134_2 | May 30, 2011 |
i was reading rebal dawn.it is by a.c. crispin and is the third book in the han solo trilogy.overall the trilogy was really good. it was worth my time to read it.i chose to read this book because the 1st two booms in the trilogy were good so i thought id choose to read the 3rd.the book was really good.
the book tied everythiong from thew 1st two together.they left no big plot holes.the main idea was han solo was doin better and that his life was good. in the end it turned out that he got his true love back just to have her taken away again.
overall it was a very very good book and i would recomend reading it. i personally liked the story line given to han solo.he is already well known character through th movie this just made him more likeable. ( )
  detroitlover88 | Oct 9, 2009 |
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Dieses Buch habe ich der Erinnerung an Brian Daley gewidmet.
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Book 3 of the Han Solo trilogy, Rebel Dawn tells the tale of young Han from his winning of the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian in a sabacc tournament to his fateful meeting in the Mos Eisley cantina with Luke and Obi-Wan. Along the way, Han gets his first taste of the Rebel Alliance, and runs afoul of Jabba the Hutt--which comes back to haunt him later. Performer David Pittu's delivery is quiet and controlled, relying more on the sound effects and John Williams's music from the Star Wars Trilogy films for dramatic effect. At times, Pittu's voice is positively deadpan--perhaps allowing the listener to find his own humor in events such as the Wookiee betrothal ceremony (FYI: it involves the male Wookiee killing a small Kashyyykan animal and offering it to the female. If she bites into its soft underbelly, she has accepted the proposal). Ah, romance. (Running time: 3 hours, 2 cassettes) --C.B. Delaney

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The third volume in an exciting trilogy that began with The Paradise Snare, this explosive story describes how Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon, the fastest ship in the galaxy, and how he ended up at Mos Eisley in Chalmun's Cantina.

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