- "From the outset, I knew I wanted to treat the family as if they were real people, with compassion and empathy, while simultaneously crafting an unflinching portrait of their accomplishments and their failures. These characters are larger than life yet so fragile and unmistakably human, and that comes into focus when you study how their actions impact the greater galaxy and their family."
- ―Kristin Baver
Skywalker: A Family at War is a canon biography written by Kristin Baver. It chronicles the history of the Skywalker family and spans the entire Star Wars saga. It was first published in hardcover by DK Publishing on April 6, 2021.
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The Skywalker story has everything: passion, intrigue, heroism, and dark deeds.
This revelatory biography explores every twist and turn of the Skywalker dynasty: the slow seduction to the dark side of Anakin; his doomed marriage to Padmé Amidala; the heroics of Luke and Leia; the fall and redemption of Han Solo and Princess Leia's son, Ben; and the struggles of his dyad in the Force, Rey.
Leaving no stone unturned in tracing the dynasty's trials and tribulations, this definitive biography of Star Wars' first family explores and explains the deeper, more personal story of the Skywalkers, their characters, motivations, and, against seemingly impossible odds, their ultimate triumph.
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- ISBN 9780744027310; April 6, 2021; DK Publishing; US hardcover
- ISBN 9780744047905; April 6, 2021; DK Publishing; US hardcover, Target exclusive edition
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