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Fett fans take note: Star Wars: Slave Ship features the (in)famous bounty hunter as he chases after the largest bounty ever offered--by tracking down renegade stormtrooper Trhin Voss'on't. The story, book 2 in The Bounty Hunter Wars series, jumps back and forth between the time of Star Wars: New Hope and Return of the Jedi in a series of convoluted plot twists that involve everyone from Emperor Palatine and Darth Vader to Zuckuss and Bossk. Written by well-known SF writer K.W. Jeter (whose first novel, Dr. Adder, was praised by Philip K. Dick as "stunning"), Star Wars: Slave Ship is in many ways a perfect serial novel--it raises as many new questions for the next installment as it solves from the previous one. Neelah's identity is finally revealed, but how did she end up in Jabba the Hutt's palace? You'll have to wait and see. --C.B. Delaney
Lots of cliches in this book. Not as rich of a story line and shallow character development. Worth reading if you are a major fan of Bobba Fett.Published 5 months ago by D. Morse
Great book and the seller got it to me after a mix-up with shipping so I'm pleasedPublished 5 months ago by Travis Buck
Not very much happens in this book, nothing memorable. Probably could have skipped it. But who doesn't love a Boba Fett?Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
My favorite among this trilogy! Dark and gritty violence. It is the bad guy story.Published 13 months ago by Mr. Bubles
The book just says he's dead. I'm not too versed in all the different Star Wars books. How did he die? None of the 3 books in this series explains. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Anthony C.
I enjoyed this book the most out of the three in the trilogy. The plot is more focused and follows fewer threads. Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by Wulfgar