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The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons (Star Wars)

by Daniel Wallace

Other authors: Scott Kolins (Illustrator), Brandon McKinney (Illustrator)

Series: Star Wars: Essential Guides (4), Star Wars [franchise] (reference)

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THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE TO THE WORLDS OF THE STAR WARS GALAXY! From the sun-baked deserts of Tatooine to the frost-bitten snowscape of Hoth to the misty swamps of Dagobah, here's your expert guide to the hundred most fascinating worlds of the extraordinary Star Wars universe. Travel from the Deep Core to the Outer Rim Territories and discover the wonders of: ¸  Kashyyyk--the treacherous, arboreal planet where the Wookiee race dwells among the branches in elevated cities . . . and lethal predators rule the surface ¸  Bespin--the gas planet devoid of solid ground, in whose atmosphere hovers the formidable Cloud City ¸  Endor--The Forest Moon: home to the peaceful but powerful Ewoks and site of a decisive battle in the galactic civil war ¸  Coruscant--center of power, law, history, and culture in the galaxy . . . and once the location of Imperial City, the seat of the dreaded Empire EXPLORE THE TERRAIN, MEET THE INHABITANTS, AND UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF THESE AND MANY, MANY MORE REMARKABLE DESTINATIONS ON A CAPTIVATING, FULLY-ILLUSTRATED VOYAGE TO THE BRIGHTEST STARS OF A FANTASTIC UNIVERSE!… (more)
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100 of the locations that are significant in the movies and novels of Star Wars before the release of The Phantom Menace. The writing is a bit disappointing; it spends a lot of time reviewing what happened in the stories when it could be presenting information on the world and its inhabitants. It does have a detailed bibliography showing exactly which planet features in which stories. ( )
  slothman | Feb 10, 2007 |
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THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE TO THE WORLDS OF THE STAR WARS GALAXY! From the sun-baked deserts of Tatooine to the frost-bitten snowscape of Hoth to the misty swamps of Dagobah, here's your expert guide to the hundred most fascinating worlds of the extraordinary Star Wars universe. Travel from the Deep Core to the Outer Rim Territories and discover the wonders of: ¸  Kashyyyk--the treacherous, arboreal planet where the Wookiee race dwells among the branches in elevated cities . . . and lethal predators rule the surface ¸  Bespin--the gas planet devoid of solid ground, in whose atmosphere hovers the formidable Cloud City ¸  Endor--The Forest Moon: home to the peaceful but powerful Ewoks and site of a decisive battle in the galactic civil war ¸  Coruscant--center of power, law, history, and culture in the galaxy . . . and once the location of Imperial City, the seat of the dreaded Empire EXPLORE THE TERRAIN, MEET THE INHABITANTS, AND UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF THESE AND MANY, MANY MORE REMARKABLE DESTINATIONS ON A CAPTIVATING, FULLY-ILLUSTRATED VOYAGE TO THE BRIGHTEST STARS OF A FANTASTIC UNIVERSE!

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