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The High Republic: Quest for Planet X is the unabridged audio version of the canon novel of the same name, written by Tessa Gratton. It was narrated by Amber Lee Connors and published on April 4, 2023.

Publisher's summary[]

A trio of adventure-seekers set off to find the legendary Planet X and save the galaxy as they know it!

Despite rumors of conflict between the Jedi and the Path of the Open Hand, two of the Republic's most powerful prospecting families announce a contest to chart new hyperlanes.

Under the guise of joining the competition, Dass Leffbruk and Sky Graf recruit Jedi padawan Rooper Nitani, only to reveal their real plan: find the mysterious and legendary Planet X. The trio's quest takes an unexpected turn when they meet members of the Path of the Open Hand, forcing the heroes to put their goals aside to help the Jedi—and the galaxy—before it's too late.

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Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Amazon-Favicon Star Wars: The High Republic: Quest for Planet X on Amazon.co.uk (backup link)
  2. StarWars Star Wars: The High Republic Chronological Reader's Guide on StarWars.com (backup link) establishes that Phase II media of Star Wars: The High Republic chronologically begins with the novel The High Republic: Quest for the Hidden City. As Star Wars: The High Republic Character Encyclopedia dates the events of Quest for the Hidden City and the end of Phase II to 382 BBY, Phase II of The High Republic, which includes The High Republic: Quest for Planet X, must be set in that year.

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