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For other uses, see Clone Wars (disambiguation).

The Star Wars: The Clone Wars novel series encompasses the Star Wars Legends stories The Clone Wars: Wild Space by Karen Miller and The Clone Wars: No Prisoners by Karen Traviss, respectively published by Del Rey on December 9, 2008 and May 19, 2009. The two novels tie in to the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated television series and chronologically follow the novelization of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film.

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The Clone Wars: Wild Space and The Clone Wars: No Prisoners respectively represent the second and third of five novels overall published by Del Rey as tie-in stories to the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated television series. They chronologically fall between the novelization of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film and the two-part Star Wars: Clone Wars Gambit series.

Originally, authors Karen Miller and Karen Traviss planned on alternating writing duties, with Traviss penning three of the five tie-in novels, but Miller was later contracted to write the fifth and final story, Clone Wars Gambit: Siege, rather than Traviss, who had a very busy writing schedule. The Clone Wars: No Prisoners proved to be Traviss's penultimate Star Wars novel.

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