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Imprisoned on the earth Corellia, Han Solo reveals himself on the mercy of his evil cousin, Thracken Sal-Solo. Thracken plans to revive the Imperial method and grab overall energy -- it doesn't matter what the fee. Han has one likelihood to prevent him. yet to take action he needs to flip his again on his human cousin and subscribe to forces with a feminine alien. Dracmus used to be arrested as a ringleader in a plot opposed to the corrupt Human League. Now she and Han will test a bold get away to Selonia in time to warn Leia, Luke Skywalker, and Lando of Thracken's plan. yet can Han belief the alien to maintain her word?

Meanwhile, different questions threaten the hot Republic -- and the lives of hundreds of thousands. who's in the back of the lethal Starbuster plot? Why is anyone trying to take ownership of Corellia's strong planetary repulsors? and what's the key in the back of the mysterious Centerpoint Station, and historical, synthetic global of unknown starting place that has all of sudden -- and inexplicably -- come alive?...

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