The Paradise Snare
Here is the first book in the blockbuster trilogy that chronicles the never-before-told story of the young Han Solo. Set before the Star Wars movie adventures, these books chronicle the coming-of-age of the galaxy's most famous con man, smuggler, and thief.The first book in this exciting new Han... show more
Here is the first book in the blockbuster trilogy that chronicles the never-before-told story of the young Han Solo. Set before the Star Wars movie adventures, these books chronicle the coming-of-age of the galaxy's most famous con man, smuggler, and thief.The first book in this exciting new Han Solo series begins with a recounting of Han's late teen years and shows us how he escaped an unhappy adopted home situation to carve out an adventurous new life for himself as a pilot. Han Solo, the handsome rogue, is every girl's dream man, and every boy's hero. The Paradise Snare is another stellar Star Wars production, complete with original music and sound effect
Publish date: May 5th 1997
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
Series: Star Wars: The Han Solo Trilogy (#1)
The Paradise Snare is a Star Wars universe novel featuring one of my favorite characters, Han Solo. This is early in the smuggler's life, before he was drawn to the light side of the force and teamed up with the Rebels. It is also the start of Han's life as a pilot. As one would expect, he finds a l...
Strong entry in the EU universe puts the earlier Han Solo Adventures and Lando Calrissian Adventures into place on the now establish SWEU timeline as well as expanding and developing the early life of Han Solo, including earlier romance, childhood and his military career. Later books introduce how h...
Good story with cool characters. Can't wait to see what happens in Book Two.
"From now on, it's just me. Han Solo."Han Solo. Rogue. Scoundrel. Scruffy-lookin' nerf herder. He's the smuggler that charmed our hearts in A New Hope, who came back to rescue Luke, who butted heads with Princess Leia in The Empire Strikes Back, and lead a Rebel task force against an Imperial fortre...
Ha! To prove I don't have ALL Star Wars books - I enjoyed these books. I know some folks think Bria is a Mary Sue but I found her much more believable than Mara Sue - I mean Mara Jade - and I don't think she's more important to Han than Leia is. That said I did find it hard to believe she just happe...