Fury (Star Wars novel)
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|Cover artist||Jason Felix|
|Series||Legacy of the Force
|November 27, 2007|
After the Hapans, led by Tenel Ka, decide to leave the Galactic Alliance, Jacen Solo/Darth Caedus devises a plan and kidnaps Allana to force Tenel Ka to continue supporting the government. Meanwhile, a Jedi strike team, led by Jedi Master Kyle Katarn, tries to take on Darth Caedus on Coruscant, but Caedus prevails with the help of some guards, ending with the decapitation of Mithric, a Falleen Jedi. However, the team successfully places a tracking beacon on Caedus.
Later, the team of Han, Leia, Jaina, Jag and Zekk slips aboard the Anakin Solo to get information on Dark Jedi Alema Rar, and with it they track her down to Lumiya's asteroid home and kill her with Jag's Mandalorian crushgauntlets. Also, Zekk sets Ship free with the use of the dark side of the Force, and Jaina helps him back to the light side afterwards. Jacen also decides to tell Allana that he is her father after she discovered that he kidnapped her rather than legitimately taking care of her.
The climax begins with the Jedi interfering in the midst of a battle between the Galactic Alliance and the Confederation over Centerpoint Station in the Corellian system. A Jedi team, led by Kyp Durron with Valin Horn and Jaden Korr, sneaks aboard Centerpoint Station in an attempt to destroy it. The Jedi team rescues Allana from Caedus (using Luke, Ben and Saba Sebatyne as a distraction). Kyp and the others have a code installed set to destroy Centerpoint Station in order to prevent anybody else from using it again.
Han, Leia, Luke, Ben, and Saba make it back to the Millennium Falcon, being piloted by Jag and Kyle who rescue them. As they escape, Centerpoint Station explodes due to sabotage, taking with it much of the Corellian Fleets, Commenorian Fleets, and the GA Fifth Fleet. Kyle remarks that the destruction of Centerpoint station left a void in the Force.
The story ends with the revelation of Allana's parentage to Han and Leia. Jaina then hints to Jag that she is going to seek out Boba Fett in order to learn some skills for the final showdown between her and her twin brother.
- Alema Rar; Jedi Knight (Twi'lek female)
- Allana; Hapan princess (human female)
- Ben Skywalker; Jedi Apprentice (human male)
- Denjax Teppler; Corellian Minister of Information (human male)
- Genna Delpin; Supreme Commander of the Corellian Armed Forces (human female)
- Han Solo; pilot and firefighter (human male)
- Jacen Solo/Darth Caedus; Sith Lord, joint Chief of State of the Galactic Alliance (human male)
- Jagged Fel; pilot and hunter (human male)
- Jaina Solo; Jedi Knight (human female)
- Koyan Sadras; Corellian Five Worlds Prime Minister (human female)
- Kyle Katarn; Jedi Master, Jedi Battlemaster (human male)
- Kyp Durron; Jedi Master (human male)
- Leia Organa Solo; Jedi Knight (human female)
- Luke Skywalker; Jedi Grand Master (human male)
- Syal Antilles; pilot (human female)
- Tenel Ka; Hapan Queen Mother (human female)
- Toval Seyah; Galactic Alliance scientist-spy (human male)
- Tycho Celchu; military analyst (human male)
- Valin Horn; Jedi Knight (human male)
- Wedge Antilles; pilot (human male)
- Zekk; Jedi Knight (human male)
The book was also available in the audiobook and E-Book formats.
Abridged Compact Disc Read by Marc Thompson On Sale: November 27, 2007 ISBN 978-0-7393-2400-4 Published by: Random House Audio
Abridged Audiobook Download Read by Marc Thompson On Sale: November 27, 2007 ISBN 978-0-7393-5695-1
E-Book On Sale: April 29, 2008 ISBN 978-0-345-51054-9 Published by: LucasBooks
Fury reached 3 on the New York Times bestseller list on December 16, 2007.
- "Fury: Star Wars (Legacy of the Force) by Aaron Allston - Book - eBook - Audiobook". randomhouse.com. Retrieved August 20, 2012.
- "Paperback Best Sellers: Fiction: Mass-Market: Sunday, December 16th 2007". New York Times. December 16, 2007. Retrieved 2015-04-01.