The Truce At Bakura

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Yesterday, the Death Star was destroyed, and Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader slain... But today is business as usual, and the Rebels have business helping the Empire. Endor is, unfortunately, the closest inhabited system to the Bakura system, which is under attack by a previously-unknown alien race called the Ssi-ruuk. Whilst there, Luke falls in love with a girl who considers him, as a user of the Force, an abomination.

Holds the distinction of being the tenth EU novel published by Bantam, being published months after The Thrawn Trilogy and The Glove of Darth Vader. It's the first set after Return of the Jedi. Along with The Thrawn Trilogy, The Truce at Bakura is often cited as being one of the best starting points for readers who want to get into the Star Wars Expanded Universe.

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