Star Wars: The Han Solo Trilogy

Star Wars: The Han Solo Trilogy is a Star Wars Legends novel series by A. C. Crispin. The trilogy includes the books The Paradise Snare (1997), The Hutt Gambit (1997), and Rebel Dawn (1998), which tell of Han Solo's backstory prior to the events of the film Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.


The three books were originally released individually. They were later rereleased together as a Sci-Fi Book Club edition by the title The Han Solo Trilogy and as an audiobook by the title The Han Solo Omnibus. The Sci-Fi Book Club edition is missing the epilogue of The Hutt Gambit. The audiobook release was read by David Pittu. (The Hutt Gambit audiobook is narrated by Anthony Heald.)

The Han Solo Trilogy should not be confused with The Han Solo Adventures written by Brian Daley. The three Daley novels actually take place during a gap in Rebel Dawn, the third book in the trilogy.

The trilogy explains Solo's debt to Jabba the Hutt and how Chewbacca and Solo became partners. It also explains Han's relationships with Lando Calrissian and Boba Fett.

A Barnes & Noble Collectible Edition leather-bound hardcover was released on October 20, 2017.[1]

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