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Star Wars is an American epic space opera media franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas that includes Star Wars (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Return of the Jedi (1983). The series depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away". A large number of derivative Star Wars works have been produced in conjunction with, between, and after the original trilogy of films, and later installments. This body of work was collectively known as the Star Wars expanded universe for decades.

In October 2012, The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm for $4.06 billion.[1][2][3] In April 2014, Lucasfilm rebranded the Expanded Universe material as Star Wars Legends and declared it non-canon to the franchise. The company's focus would be shifted towards a restructured Star Wars canon based on new material.[4][5][6] The first new canon adult novel was Star Wars: A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller, published in September 2014.[7]

This is a list of original novels, novel adaptations, original junior novels, junior novel adaptations, young readers, and short stories in the Star Wars franchise. This list does not include journals, graphic novels or comic books, which can be found in the list of Star Wars comic books.

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Star Wars (2014–present)[edit]

Since 2014, the official Star Wars canon includes all the movie episodes, The Clone Wars film and the television shows Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, as well as any books, comics, and video games published after April 2014.

Star Wars Legends works were previously organized around an in-universe timeline based on the Battle of Yavin from the original 1977 Star Wars, referencing years Before the Battle of Yavin (BBY) or After the Battle of Yavin (ABY).

Release date Title Author(s) Notes Fictional timeline Maturity rating Audiobook
August 2014 Rise of the Rebels Michael Kogge Adaptation of the Star Wars Rebels prequel shorts 5 BBY Young reader No
August 2014 Ezra's Gamble Ryder Windham 5 BBY Young reader No
September 2014 A New Dawn John Jackson Miller 11 BBY Adult Yes
October 2014 Servants of the Empire: Edge of the Galaxy Jason Fry 6–5 BBY Young reader No
October 2014 The Rebellion Begins Michael Kogge Adaptation of Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion 5 BBY Young reader No
November 2014 Droids in Distress Michael Kogge Adaptation of Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion and Star Wars Rebels Season 1, Episodes 1 and 3 5 BBY Young reader No
November 2014 Tarkin James Luceno 14 BBY Adult Yes
March 2015 Heir to the Jedi Kevin Hearne 0 ABY Adult Yes
March 2015 Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks Jason Fry Partial adaptation of Star Wars Rebels Season 1, Episode 4 5 BBY Young reader No
March 2015 Ezra's Duel with Danger Michael Kogge Adaptation of Star Wars Rebels Season 1, Episodes 6–8 4 BBY Young reader No
April 2015 Lords of the Sith Paul S. Kemp 14 BBY Adult Yes
April 2015 Rescue from Jabba's Palace Micheal Siglain World of Reading retelling of the 1998 Golden Books Legends book Escape from Jabba's Palace by Jay Rudko 4 ABY Young reader No
June 2015 Battle to the End Michael Kogge Adaptation of Star Wars Rebels Season 1, Episodes 11–13 4 BBY Young reader No
July 2015 Dark Disciple Christie Golden 19 BBY Adult Yes
July 2015 Servants of the Empire: Imperial Justice Jason Fry 4 BBY Young reader No
August 2015 Ewoks Join the Fight Micheal Siglain World of Reading retelling of the 1983 Random House Legends book The Ewoks Join the Fight by Bonnie Bogart 4 ABY Young reader No
September 2015 Lost Stars Claudia Gray Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 11 BBY–5 ABY Young reader Yes
September 2015 Smuggler's Run: A Han Solo & Chewbacca Adventure Greg Rucka Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 0 ABY (prologue and epilogue set in 34 ABY) Young reader Yes
September 2015 The Weapon of a Jedi: A Luke Skywalker Adventure Jason Fry Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 0 ABY (prologue and epilogue set in 34 ABY) Young reader Yes
September 2015 Moving Target: A Princess Leia Adventure Cecil Castellucci and Jason Fry Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 4 ABY (prologue and epilogue set in 34 ABY) Young reader Yes
September 2015 Aftermath Chuck Wendig Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 4 ABY Adult Yes
September 2015 A New Hope: The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy Alexandra Bracken Novelization of A New Hope 0 BBY–0 ABY Young reader Yes
September 2015 The Empire Strikes Back: So You Want to Be a Jedi? Adam Gidwitz Novelization of The Empire Strikes Back 3 ABY Young reader Yes
September 2015 Return of the Jedi: Beware the Power of the Dark Side! Tom Angleberger Novelization of Return of the Jedi 4 ABY Young reader Yes
October 2015 Servants of the Empire: The Secret Academy Jason Fry 4 BBY Young reader No
November 2015 Battlefront: Twilight Company Alexander Freed 3 ABY (flashbacks set in 6 BBY, 4 BBY, 0 BBY, and 0 ABY) Adult Yes
December 2015 Before the Awakening Greg Rucka Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign 34 ABY Young reader No
December 2015 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Alan Dean Foster Novelization of The Force Awakens 34 ABY Adult Yes
February 2016 Star Wars: The Force Awakens – A Junior Novel Michael Kogge Novelization of The Force Awakens 34 ABY Young reader Yes
February 2016 The Force Awakens: Rey's Story Elizabeth Schaefer Novelization of The Force Awakens from Rey's perspective 34 ABY Young reader No
February 2016 Adventures in Wild Space: The Escape Cavan Scott 18 BBY Young reader No
February 2016 Adventures in Wild Space: The Snare Cavan Scott 18 BBY Young reader No
February 2016 Adventures in Wild Space: The Nest Tom Huddleston 18 BBY Young reader No
May 2016 Bloodline Claudia Gray 28 ABY Adult Yes
June 2016 Adventures in Wild Space: The Steal Cavan Scott Released as Adventures in Wild Space: The Heist in the United States. 18 BBY Young reader No
June 2016 Adventures in Wild Space: The Dark Tom Huddleston Released as Adventures in Wild Space: The Darkness in the United States. 18 BBY Young reader No
July 2016 Aftermath: Life Debt Chuck Wendig 5 ABY (prologue and epilogue set in 25 BBY) Adult Yes
September 2016 The Force Awakens: Finn's Story Jesse J. Holland Novelization of The Force Awakens from Finn's perspective 34 ABY Young reader No
October 2016 Ahsoka E.K. Johnston 18 BBY Young reader Yes
November 2016 Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel James Luceno 22–17 BBY Adult Yes
December 2016 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Alexander Freed Novelization of Rogue One 0 BBY Adult Yes
December 2016 Star Wars: Rogue One – A Junior Novel Matt Forbeck Novelization of Rogue One 0 BBY Young reader No
February 2017 Aftermath: Empire's End Chuck Wendig 5 ABY (prelude set in 4 ABY, concurrently to Return of the Jedi) Adult Yes
March 2017 Adventures in Wild Space: The Cold Cavan Scott 18 BBY Young reader No
March 2017 Join the Resistance Ben Acker and Ben Blacker 34 ABY Young reader No
April 2017 Thrawn Timothy Zahn 11 BBY–2 BBY Adult Yes
May 2017 Adventures in Wild Space: The Rescue Tom Huddleston 18 BBY Young reader No
May 2017 Star Wars: A New Hope Ryder Windham Novelization of A New Hope (original published October 2004) 0 BBY–0 ABY Young reader No
May 2017 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Ryder Windham Novelization of The Empire Strikes Back (original published October 2004) 3 ABY Young reader No
May 2017 Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Ryder Windham Novelization of Return of the Jedi (original published October 2004) 4 ABY Young reader No
May 2017 Guardians of the Whills Greg Rucka 0 BBY Young reader No
May 2017 Rebel Rising Beth Revis 13 BBY–0 BBY Young reader Yes
July 2017 Battlefront II: Inferno Squad Christie Golden 0 ABY Adult Yes
August 2017 Forces of Destiny: Daring Adventures: Volume 1 Emma Carlson Berne Adaptation of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny Season 1, Episodes 1-2, 9 and 6. 19 BBY–34 ABY Young reader Yes
September 2017 Phasma Delilah S. Dawson Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi promotional campaign Between 28 ABY and 34 ABY Adult Yes
September 2017 Leia: Princess of Alderaan Claudia Gray Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi promotional campaign 3 BBY Young reader Yes
October 2017 The Legends of Luke Skywalker Ken Liu Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi promotional campaign[8] 34 ABY Young reader Yes
October 2017 Forces of Destiny: Daring Adventures: Volume 2 Emma Carlson Berne Adaptation of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny Season 1, Episodes 4-5 and 7. 21 BBY–3 ABY Young reader Yes
October 2017 Join the Resistance: Escape from Vodran Ben Acker and Ben Blacker 34 ABY Young reader No
December 2017 Cobalt Squadron[9] Elizabeth Wein 34 ABY Young reader Yes
January 2018 Forces of Destiny: Daring Adventures: The Leia Chronicles Emma Carlson Berne Adaptation of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny episodes "Ewok Escape," "An Imperial Feast," and "Bounty of Trouble." 3 BBY-4 ABY Young reader Yes
March 2018 Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Expanded Edition Jason Fry Novelization of The Last Jedi 34 ABY Adult Yes
March 2018 Star Wars: The Last Jedi – A Junior Novel Michael Kogge Novelization of The Last Jedi 34 ABY Young reader Yes
March 2018 Forces of Destiny: Daring Adventures: The Rey Chronicles Emma Carlson Berne Adaptation of the Star Wars Forces of Destiny episodes "Tracker Trouble," "The Happabore Hazard," and "Run Rey Run." 34 ABY Young reader Yes
April 2018[10] Last Shot[11] Daniel José Older 7 ABY (flashbacks set in 8 BBY and 3 BBY) Adult Yes
April 2018 Choose Your Destiny: A Han & Chewie Adventure Cavan Scott Between 10 BBY and 0 BBY Young reader No
May 2018 Most Wanted[11] Rae Carson 13 BBY Young reader Yes
May 2018 The Mighty Chewbacca in the Forest of Fear! Tom Angleberger Between 10 BBY and 0 BBY Young reader Yes
July 2018 Thrawn: Alliances[12] Timothy Zahn 2 BBY Adult Yes
July 2018 Join the Resistance: Attack on Starkiller Base Ben Acker and Ben Blacker 34 ABY Young reader TBD
September 2018 Solo: A Star Wars Story – Expanded Edition Mur Lafferty Novelization of Solo 13-10 BBY Adult Yes
September 2018 Solo: A Star Wars Story – A Junior Novel Joe Schreiber Novelization of Solo 13-10 BBY Young reader TBD
October 2018 Choose Your Destiny: A Luke & Leia Adventure Cavan Scott Flight of the Falcon publishing campaign. Between 0 ABY and 3 ABY Young reader No
October 2018 Lando's Luck Justina Ireland Flight of the Falcon publishing campaign. Pre-10 BBY Young reader TBD
January 2019 Pirate's Pirace Lou Anders Flight of the Falcon publishing campaign. Between 10 BBY and 0 BBY Young reader TBD
February 2019 Master and Apprentice Claudia Gray Pre-32 BBY Adult TBD
March 2019 Queen's Shadow E.K. Johnston Between 32 BBY and 22 BBY Young reader TBD

Short stories[edit]

Star Wars Insider (2014–present)[edit]

Since 2014, various short stories have been published in Star Wars Insider.[13][14]

  • "Blade Squadron: Part 1" (#149, April 2014) by David J. & Mark S. Williams (4 ABY)[13]
  • "Blade Squadron: Part 2" (#150, June 2014) by David J. & Mark S. Williams (4 ABY)
  • "One Thousand Levels Down" (#151, July 2014) by Alexander Freed (0 ABY)
  • "The End of History" (#154, December 2014) by Alexander Freed (10 BBY)
  • "Last Call at the Zero Angle" (#156, March 2015) by Jason Fry (0 ABY)
  • "Orientation" (#157, April 2015) by John Jackson Miller (14 BBY)
  • "Rebel Bluff" (#158, June 2015) by Michael Kogge (4 BBY)
  • "Kindred Spirits" (#159, July 2015) by Christie Golden (20 BBY)
  • "Blade Squadron: Zero Hour" (#160, September 2015) by David J. & Mark S. Williams (4 ABY)
  • "Inbrief" (#161, November 2015) by Janine K. Spendlove (3 ABY)
  • "Bait" (#162, December 2015) by Alan Dean Foster (34 ABY)
  • "Scorched" (#165, May 2016) by Delilah S. Dawson (28 ABY)
  • "TK-146275" (#166, June 2016) by Sylvain Neuvel (11–1 BBY)
  • "Blade Squadron: Kuat" (#168, September 2016) by Mark Williams & David Williams (5 ABY)
  • "Turning Point" (#169, October 2016) by Jason Hugh (4 ABY)
  • "The Voice of the Empire" (#170, December 2016) by Mur Lafferty (17 BBY)
  • "Blade Squadron: Jakku" (#172, April 2017) by Mark Williams & David Williams (5 ABY)[14]

The Rise of the Empire (October 2015)[edit]

  • "Mercy Mission" by Melissa Scott (14 BBY)
  • "Bottleneck" by John Jackson Miller (12 BBY)
  • "The Levers of Power" by Jason Fry (4 ABY)

"The Perfect Weapon"[edit]

  • "The Perfect Weapon" (November 2015) by Delilah S. Dawson (34 ABY). This story is part of the Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign. Printed in the paperback edition of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens novelization.

Tales from a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Aliens[edit]

The collection Tales from a Galaxy Far, Far Away: Aliens is part of the Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens promotional campaign. Some stories were originally published as individual e-books, and later collected with other new stories.

  • "All Creatures Great and Small" (November 2015) by Landry Q. Walker (34 ABY)
  • "High Noon on Jakku" (November 2015) by Landry Q. Walker (34 ABY)
  • "The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku" (November 2015) by Landry Q. Walker (31 ABY; flashbacks to 19 BBY)
  • "The Face of Evil" (November 2015) by Landry Q. Walker (34 ABY)
  • "A Recipe for Death" (April 2016) by Landry Q. Walker (Pre–32 BBY)
  • "True Love" (April 2016) by Landry Q. Walker (34 ABY)

From a Certain Point of View (October 2017)[edit]

  • "Raymus" by Gary Whitta (0 BBY)
  • "The Bucket" by Christie Golden (0 BBY)
  • "The Sith of Datawork" by Ken Liu (0 BBY)
  • "Stories in the Sand" by Griffin McElroy (0 BBY)
  • "Reirin" by Sabaa Tahir (0 BBY)
  • "The Red One" by Rae Carson (0 BBY)
  • "Rites" by John Jackson Miller (0 BBY)
  • "Master and Apprentice" by Claudia Gray (0 BBY)
  • "Beru Whitesun Lars" by Meg Cabot (0 BBY)
  • "The Luckless Rodian" by Renee Ahdieh (0 BBY)
  • "Not for Nothing" by Mur Lafferty (0 BBY)
  • "We Don't Serve Their Kind Here" by Chuck Wendig
  • "The Kloo Horn Cantina Caper" by Kelly Sue DeConnick & Matt Fraction (0 BBY)
  • "Added Muscle" by Paul Dini (0 BBY)
  • "You Owe Me a Ride" by Zoraida Cordova (0 BBY)
  • "The Secrets of Long Snoot" by Delilah S. Dawson (0 BBY)
  • "Born in the Storm" by Daniel Jose Older (0 BBY)
  • "Laina" by Wil Wheaton (0 BBY)
  • "Fully Operational" by Beth Revis (0 BBY)
  • "An Incident Report" by Mallory Ortberg (0 BBY)
  • "Change of Heart" by Elizabeth Wein (0 BBY)
  • "Eclipse" by Madeleine Roux (0 BBY)
  • "Verge of Greatness" by Pablo Hidalgo (0 BBY)
  • "Far Too Remote" by Jeffrey Brown (0 BBY)
  • "The Trigger" by Kieron Gillen (0 BBY)
  • "Of MSE-6 and Men" by Glen Weldon (0 BBY)
  • "Bump" by Ben Acker & Ben Blacker (0 BBY)
  • "End of Watch" by Adam Christopher (0 BBY)
  • "The Baptist" by Nnedi Okorafor (0 BBY)
  • "Time of Death" by Cavan Scott (0 BBY)
  • "There Is Another" by Gary D. Schmidt (0 BBY)
  • "Palpatine" by Ian Doescher (0 BBY)
  • "Sparks" by Paul S. Kemp (0 BBY–0 ABY)
  • "Duty Roster" by Jason Fry (0 BBY–0 ABY)
  • "Desert Son" by Pierce Brown (0 BBY–0 ABY)
  • "Grounded" by Greg Rucka (0 BBY–0 ABY)
  • "Contingency Plan" by Alexander Freed (0 BBY–0 ABY)
  • "The Angle" by Charles Soule (0 ABY)
  • "By Whatever Sun" by E.K. Johnston & Ashley Eckstein (0 ABY)
  • "Whills" by Tom Angleberger (0 ABY)

Canto Bight (December 2017)[edit]

Children's books[edit]

Canon storybooks for younger readers that are shorter than a standard novel or young adult novel.

  • 5-Minute Star Wars Stories, by Various Authors (32 BBY-34 ABY)
  • 5-Minute Star Wars Stories Strike Back, by Various Authors (32 BBY-34 ABY)
  • The Prequel Trilogy Stories, by Various Authors (32 BBY-19 BBY)
  • The Phantom Menace Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Elizabeth Schaefer (32 BBY)
  • The Phantom Menace, by Courtney Carbone (32 BBY)
  • Attack of the Clones, by Geof Smith (22 BBY)
  • Attack of the Clones Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Lucasfilm Book Group (22 BBY)
  • Forces of Destiny: Tales of Hope & Courage, by Elizabeth Schaefer (21 BBY-34 ABY)
  • Revenge of the Sith, by Geof Smith (19 BBY)
  • Revenge of the Sith Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Lucasfilm Book Group (19 BBY)
  • Chopper Saves the Day, by Elizabeth Schaefer (5 BBY)
  • Sabine's Art Attack, by Jennifer Heddle (5 BBY)
  • Zeb to the Rescue, by Michael Siglain (5 BBY)
  • Ezra and the Pilot, by Jennifer Heddle (5 BBY)
  • Ezra's Wookiee Rescue, by Meredith L. Rusu (5 BBY)
  • The Secret Jedi: The Adventures of Kanan Jarrus: Rebel Leader, by Ben Harper (5 BBY)
  • A New Hero, by Pablo Hidalgo (5 BBY)
  • TIE Fighter Trouble, by Brooke Vitale (5 BBY)
  • The Inquisitor's Trap, by Meredith L. Rusu (5 BBY)
  • Hera's Phantom Flight, by Elizabeth Schaefer (5 BBY)
  • Kanan's Jedi Training, by Elizabeth Schaefer (5 BBY)
  • Always Bet on Chopper, by Meredith L. Rusu (5 BBY)
  • Rogue One Secret Mission, by Jason Fry (0 BBY)
  • Bounty Hunt, by Katrina Pallant (0 BBY)
  • A New Hope, by Geof Smith (0 BBY-0 ABY)
  • A New Hope Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Randy Thornton (0 BBY-0 ABY)
  • The Rise of a Hero, by Louise Simonson (0 BBY-0 ABY)
  • Escape from Darth Vader, by Michael Siglain (0 BBY)
  • Trouble on Tatooine, by Nate Millici (0 BBY)
  • Trapped in the Death Star!, by Michael Siglain (0 BBY)
  • Death Star Battle, by Michael Siglain (0 ABY)
  • The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight, by Tony DiTerlizzi (0 BBY-4 ABY)
  • Star Wars in Pictures: The Original Trilogy, by Ryder Windham (0 BBY-4 ABY)
  • The Original Trilogy Stories, by Various Authors (0 BBY-4 ABY)
  • The Power of the Dark Side, by Benjamin Harper (0 BBY-4 ABY)
  • The Chewbacca Story, by Benjamin Harper (0 BBY-34 ABY)
  • A Leader Named Leia, by Jennifer Heddle (0 BBY-34 ABY)
  • Han and the Rebel Rescue, by Nate Millici (0 ABY)
  • Luke and the Lost Jedi Temple, by Jason Fry (0 ABY)
  • The Empire Strikes Back, by Geof Smith (3 ABY)
  • The Empire Strikes Back Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Randy Thornton (3 ABY)
  • AT-AT Attack!, by Calliope Glass (3 ABY)
  • Use the Force, by Michael Siglain (3 ABY)
  • Leia and the Great Island Escape, by Jason Fry (4 ABY)
  • Return of the Jedi, by Geof Smith (4 ABY)
  • Return of the Jedi Read-Along Storybook and CD, by Randy Thornton (4 ABY)
  • Rescue from Jabba's Palace, by Michael Siglain (4 ABY)
  • Ewoks Join the Fight, by Michael Siglain (4 ABY)
  • Poe and the Missing Ship, by Nate Millici (34 ABY)
  • The Force Awakens, by Christopher Nicholas (34 ABY)
  • The Force Awakens Storybook, by Elizabeth Schaefer (34 ABY)
  • The Force Awakens Read-Along Storybook & CD, by Elizabeth Schaefer (34 ABY)
  • Rey to the Rescue!, by Lisa Stock (34 ABY)
  • Finn & The First Order, by Brian Rood (34 ABY)
  • Rey Meets BB-8, by Elizabeth Schaefer (34 ABY)
  • Finn & Poe Team Up!, by Nate Millici (34 ABY)
  • Finn & Rey Escape!, by Brian Rood (34 ABY)
  • Han & Chewie Return!, by Michael Siglain (34 ABY)
  • Chaos at the Castle, by Nate Millici (34 ABY)
  • The Fight in the Forest, by Nate Millici (34 ABY)
  • The Force Awakens: New Adventures, by David Fentiman (34 ABY)
  • Finn's Mission, by David Fentiman (34 ABY)
  • The Adventures of BB-8, by David Fentiman (34 ABY)
  • BB-8 on the Run, by Drew Daywalt (34 ABY)
  • Lightsaber Rescue, by Play-A-Sound (34 ABY)
  • Rolling with BB-8!, by Benjamin Harper (34 ABY)
  • Rey's Journey, by Ella Patrick (34 ABY)
  • Rose and Finn's Mission, by Ella Patrick (34 ABY)
  • Chewie and the Porgs, by Kevin Shinick (34 ABY)

Star Wars: Legends[edit]

This body of work represents the original Star Wars expanded universe, which was rebranded as Star Wars Legends and declared non-canon to the franchise in April 2014.[5] Beginning with the 1999 release of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Lucasfilm has divided its titles by fictional "era" with symbols designating such.

Notes
  • Maturity rating:
    • A stands for Adult novel, feature more complex and adult storylines than the Junior novel, but despite being written with a more mature audience in mind they are mostly suitable for children to read.
    • J stands for Junior novel, are usually shorter than the Adult novel(s) and written for adults, while also being accessible for younger audiences.
    • YR stands for Young reader Books, written for young audiences.
  • Timeline:
    • (BBY) and (ABY) stand for Before and After the Battle of Yavin, which occurs at the end of the original 1977 Star Wars.

Before the Republic era[edit]

This era contains stories taking place more than 25,000 years[15] before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Dawn of the Jedi[edit]

Old Galactic Republic era[edit]

This era contains stories taking place 5,000 to 1,000 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Lost Tribe of the Sith[edit]

Tales of the Jedi[edit]

The Old Republic[edit]

Red Harvest[edit]

Knight Errant[edit]

Darth Bane[edit]

Rise of the Empire era[edit]

This era contains stories taking place within 100 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Darth Plagueis[edit]

Legacy of the Jedi[edit]

The Wrath of Darth Maul[edit]

  • The Wrath of Darth Maul (2012), by Ryder Windham (51 BBY - 21 BBY) (Y)

Jedi Apprentice[edit]

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi[edit]

  • The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (2008), by Ryder Windham (44 BBY - 9 ABY) (Y)

Secrets of the Jedi[edit]

The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader[edit]

  • The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (2007), by Ryder Windham (39 BBY - 4 ABY) (Y)

Cloak of Deception[edit]

Darth Maul[edit]

Episode I: The Phantom Menace[edit]

Rogue Planet[edit]

Jedi Quest[edit]

Outbound Flight[edit]

The Approaching Storm[edit]

Episode II: Attack of the Clones[edit]

Boba Fett[edit]

The Clone Wars[edit]

Clone Wars: Gambit[edit]

Clone Wars: Secret Missions[edit]

Republic Commando[edit]

Imperial Commando[edit]

Clone Wars[edit]

Episode III: Revenge of the Sith[edit]

Coruscant Nights[edit]

The Last of the Jedi[edit]

A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker[edit]

  • A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker (2009), by Ryder Windham (15 BBY - 4 ABY) (Y)

The Han Solo Trilogy[edit]

The Adventures of Lando Calrissian[edit]

The Force Unleashed[edit]

The Han Solo Adventures[edit]

Death Troopers[edit]

Rebellion era[edit]

This era contains stories taking place within five years after the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Death Star[edit]

Shadow Games[edit]

Episode IV: A New Hope[edit]

Rebel Force[edit]

  • Rebel Force: Target (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Hostage (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Renegade (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Firefight (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Trapped (2010), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Uprising (2010), by Alex Wheeler (1 ABY) (Y)

Scoundrels[edit]

Galaxy of Fear[edit]

Hand of Judgment[edit]

Smuggler's Gambit[edit]

Star Wars Galaxies[edit]

Splinter of the Mind's Eye[edit]

Empire and Rebellion[edit]

  • Empire and Rebellion: Razor's Edge (2013), by Martha Wells (2 ABY) (A)
  • Empire and Rebellion: Honor Among Thieves (2014), by James S. A. Corey (2-3 ABY) (A)

The Further Adventures[edit]

  • The Further Adventures: Droid World (1983), by Dick Foes (3 ABY) (A)
  • The Further Adventures: Planet of the Hoojibs (1983), by David Michelinie (3 ABY) (A)

Rebel Mission to Ord Mantell[edit]

  • Rebel Mission to Ord Mantell (1983), by Brian Daley (3 ABY) (A)

Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back'[edit]

Shadows of the Empire[edit]

Episode VI: Return of the Jedi[edit]

The Bounty Hunter Wars[edit]

The Truce at Bakura[edit]

New Republic era[edit]

This era takes place from five to twenty-five years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Dark Forces[edit]

Jedi Prince[edit]

Due to much later books colliding with this series, much of this series has had to be retconned, but is still part of the Star Wars continuity.

Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor[edit]

X-wing[edit]

The Courtship of Princess Leia[edit]

A Forest Apart[edit]

Tatooine Ghost[edit]

Mixed up Droid[edit]

The Thrawn Trilogy[edit]

The Dark Empire Trilogy[edit]

Crimson Empire[edit]

The Jedi Academy Trilogy[edit]

I, Jedi[edit]

The Callista Trilogy[edit]

The Crystal Star[edit]

The Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy[edit]

The New Rebellion[edit]

The Corellian Trilogy[edit]

The Hand of Thrawn[edit]

Scourge[edit]

Survivor's Quest[edit]

Junior Jedi Knights[edit]

  • The Golden Globe (1995), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
  • Lyric's World (1996), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
  • Promises (1996), by Nancy Richardson (22 ABY) (Y)
  • Anakin's Quest (1996), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)
  • Vader's Fortress (1997), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)
  • Kenobi's Blade (1997), by Rebecca Moesta (22 ABY) (Y)

Young Jedi Knights[edit]

New Jedi Order era[edit]

This era takes place within 25 to 39 years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

A Practical Man[edit]

The New Jedi Order[edit]

The Dark Nest trilogy[edit]

Legacy era[edit]

This era takes place 40+ years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Legacy of the Force[edit]

Crosscurrent[edit]

Millennium Falcon[edit]

Fate of the Jedi[edit]

Crucible[edit]

Short story anthologies[edit]

These books contain short Star Wars stories from several notable Science fiction authors with stories that span different timelines.

Reference books[edit]

A Guide to the Star Wars Universe[edit]

Visual Dictionaries[edit]

The Visual Dictionaries are a series of reference books based on photographs (usually taken from films or TV productions or shot at the unused props) about characters and elements from Star Wars media. They are published by DK Publishing.
Note: The updates of the books are listed right below them.

  • Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary (1998), by David West Reynolds
  • Star Wars: Episode I The Visual Dictionary (1999), by David West Reynolds
    • Star Wars: The Phantom Menace: The Expanded Visual Dictionary (2012), by David West Reynolds and Jason Fry
  • Star Wars: Attack of the Clones The Visual Dictionary (2002), by David West Reynolds
    • Star Wars: Attack of the Clones: The Ultimate Illustrated Guide (2013), by Jason Fry
  • Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith The Visual Dictionary (2005), by James Luceno
    • Revenge of the Sith: The Expanded Visual Dictionary (canceled in 2013, planned for 2016)
  • Star Wars: The Ultimate Visual Guide (2005), by Ryder Windham
    • Star Wars: The Ultimate Visual Guide: Special Edition (2007), by Ryder Windham and Daniel Wallace
    • Star Wars: The Ultimate Visual Guide: Updated and Expanded (2012), by Ryder Windham and Daniel Wallace (additional material)
  • Star Wars: The Complete Visual Dictionary (2006), by David West Reynolds, James Luceno and Ryder Windham
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide (2008), by Jason Fry and Heather Scott
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide: Ultimate Battles (2009), by Jason Fry
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: New Battlefronts: The Visual Guide (2010), by Jason Fry
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary (2009; including a limited-edition yellow-faced Lego minifigure of Luke Skywalker during the ceremony after the Battle of Yavin), by Simon Beecroft
  • Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guise (2014), by Adam Bray
    • Star Wars Rebels: Visual Guide: Epic Battles (2015; originally titled "Star Wars Rebels: The Epic Battle: The Visual Guide")
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary (2015), by Pablo Hidalgo
  • Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide (2016; also available with a special edition cover), by Pablo Hidalgo
  • Star Wars: The Visual Encyclopedia (2017), by Adam Bray, Cole Horton and Tricia Barr
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary (2017), by Pablo Hidalgo

Star Wars: Essential Guides[edit]

Star Wars: Essential Guides is a series of reference books much more adult-oriented and descriptive of the Visual Dictionaries. They are published by Del Rey.

First generation[edit]

The first generation of books (except for to Alien Species and, possibly, to Episode I) had covers with cartoon-like illustrations of the subjects and was known to use non-specific terms. They are listed below. It included data about the prequel trilogy only since The Essential Chronology.
Note: The second book was known for a number of picture errors, such as confusing the Imperial and Victory classes of Star Destroyer.

  • The Essential Guide to Characters (1995), by Andy Mangels
  • The Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels (1996), by Bill Smith
  • The Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology (1997), by Bill Smith
  • The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons (1998), by Daniel Wallace
  • The Essential Guide to Droids (1999), by Daniel Wallace
  • The Essential Chronology (2000), by Bill Hughes
  • The Essential Guide to Alien Species (2001), by Ann Margaret Lewis
  • The Essential Guide to Episode I (renamed "The Ultimate Guide to Episode I" and later canceled), never written

Second generation (New)[edit]

The second generation of books had covers with the standard Star Wars-logo, stills from the films (or artwork based on them) and with the word "New" evidenced in the title. They are listed below. It included data about Episode III only since The New Essential Chronology.

  • The New Essential Guide to Characters (2002), by Daniel Wallace.
  • The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels (2003; stylized as "The New Essential Guide to Vehicles & Vessels), by W. Haden Blackman
  • The New Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology (2004, hardcover edition published in 2014); stylized as "The New Essential Guide to Weapons & Technology"), by W. Haden Blackman
  • The New Essential Chronology (2005), by Daniel Wallace and Kevin J. Anderson
  • The New Essential Guide to Droids (2006, eBook edition published in 2013 and hardcover edition published in 2014), by Daniel Wallace
  • The New Essential Guide to Alien Species (2006), by Ann Margaret Lewis and Helen Keier

Third generation[edit]

The third generation of books had covers with impressive artwork and title characters. They are listed below. It included data about almost every Legends piece of media. Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force,

  • Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force (2007), by Ryder Windham
  • The Essential Atlas (2009), by Jason Fry and Daniel Wallace
  • The Essential Guide to Warfare (2012; also available in eBook format), by Jason Fry and Paul R. Urquhart
  • The Essential Reader's Companion (2012; also available in eBook format), by Pablo Hidalgo
  • The Essential Characters (canceled, release planned for 2016), by Daniel Wallace

Related[edit]

  • Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide (2001; also known as "Galactic Phrase Book and Travel Guide: Beeps, Bleats, Boskas, and Other Common Intergalactic Verbiage"), by Ben Burtt

In-universe[edit]

Some of the Essential Guides have also an in-universe counterpart, as they are written from an in-universe perspective. They are listed below, among with their fictional release dates and authors.

  • The Essential Guide to Alien Species, by Mammon Hole
    • The New Essential Guide to Alien Species, by Mammon Hole
  • Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide (6 ABY), by Ebenn Q3 Baobab
  • The New Essential Chronology (36 ABY), by Voren Na'al
  • Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Gude to the Force (40 ABY), by Tionne Solusar

The Making of Star Wars[edit]

The Making of Star Wars is a series of reference books about the so-called "making of" of the films and the video games of the franchise. They are published by various publishers, including notable names.
Note: The refurbishments of the three original trilogy books are listed right below them.

  • Star Wars: The Making of the Movie (1980), by Larry Weinberg
    • The Making of Star Wars: The Definitive Story Behind the Original Film (2007; avaible with 372 or 324 pages), by J. W. Rinzler and Peter Jackson (foreword)
  • Once Upon A Galaxy: The Journal of the Making of The Empire Strikes Back (1980), by Alan Arnold
    • The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (2010), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • The Making of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983), by John Phillip Peecher
    • The Making of Return of the Jedi (2013), by J. W. Rinzler and Brad Bird (foreword)
  • The Making of Star Wars, Episode I, The Phantom Menace (1999), by Laurent Bouzereau and Jody Duncan
  • Mythmaking: Behind the Scenes of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by Jody Duncan
  • The Making of Star Wars Revenge of the Sith (2005), by J. W. Rinzler
  • The Art and Making of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008; originally titled "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Art of the Game") by W. Haden Blackman and Brett Rector
  • The Making of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), by Jonathan W. Rinzler, Mark Cotta Vaz, J.J. Abrams (preface) and Kathleen Kennedy (forward)

The Art of Star Wars[edit]

The Art of Star Wars is a series of reference books based on paintings and artwork (mainly concept art). They are published by DK Publishing.

  • The Art of Star Wars (1979; known by 1994 as "The Art of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope"), edited by Carol Titelman
  • The Art of The Empire Strikes Back (1980; known by 1994 as "The Art of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back"), by Vic Bulluck and Valerie Hoffman
  • The Art of Return of the Jedi (1983; known by 1994 as "The Art of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi), by Carol Titelman
  • The Art of the Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition (1997)
  • The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), by Jonathan Bresman
  • The Art of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by Mark Cotta Vaz
  • The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2009; 288-page book covering the film and the first season of the TV series), by Frank Parisi and Gary Scheppke
  • The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) by Phil Szostak
  • The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) by Josh Kushins
  • The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), by Phil Szostak
  • The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018), by Phil Szostak

Incredible Cross-Sections[edit]

The Incredible Cross-Sections books are a series of reference books focusing on cross-sections of buildings and vehicles. They are published by DK Publishing.

  • Star Wars: Incredible Cross-Sections (1998), by David West Reynolds
    • Star Wars: Complete Cross-Sections (2007), by David West Reynolds and Curtis Saxton
    • Star Wars: Complete Vehicles (2013; mainly a collection of the contents of the 1998, 1999, 2002 and 2003 volumes), by Kerrie Dougherty, Curtis Saxton, David West Reynolds, Ryder Windham
  • Star Wars: Episode I Incredible Cross-Sections (1999), by David West Reynolds
  • Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Incredible Cross-Sections (2002), by Curtis Saxton
  • Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Incredible Cross-Sections (2005), by Curtis Saxton
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Incredible Vehicles (2011), by Jason Fry
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Incredible Cross-Sections (2015), by Kemp Remillard and Jason Fry
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Incredible Cross-Sections (2017), by Jason Fry

Inside the Worlds[edit]

  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by Kristen Lund
  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episode II - Attack of the Clones: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by Simon Beecroft
  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, & VI: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by James Luceno
  • The Complete Locations of Star Wars: Inside the Worlds of the Entire Star Wars Saga by Kristin Lund, Simon Beecroft, Kerrie Dougherty, and James Luceno

The Official Star Wars Technical Journal[edit]

The Official Star Wars Technical Journal was a 3-volume reference publication about organizations and places in the Star Wars universe. It was published by Starlog Communications International, Inc..

  • Star Wars Technical Journal of Planet Tatooine (1993, Special Edition released in 1996; also known as "Star Wars Technical Journal Vol. 1"), by Shane Johnson
  • Star Wars Technical Journal of the Imperial Forces (1994, Special Edition released in 1996; also known as "Star Wars Technical Journal Vol. 2"), by Shane Johnson
  • Star Wars Technical Journal of the Rebel Forces (1994, Special Edition released in 1996; also known as "Star Wars Technical Journal Vol. 3"), by Shane Johnson
  • Star Wars Technical Journal (1995; compiling the above)
    • Star Wars Technical Journal Collector's Edition (1996; UK-market version), by Shane Johnson

Miscellaneous reference works[edit]

  • Creating the Worlds of Star Wars: 365 Days by John Knoll
  • Dressing a Galaxy: The Costumes of Star Wars by Trish Biggar
  • From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives by Mark Cotta
  • The Illustrated Star Wars Universe by Kevin J. Anderson and Ralph McQuarrie
  • Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas by Bob Carrau
  • Sculpting a Galaxy by Lorne Peterson
  • The Secrets of Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire by Mark Vaz
  • Star Wars: The Action Figure Archive by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars Chronicles by Deborah Fine
  • Star Wars Chronicles: The Prequels by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars Comics Companion by Ryder Windham and Daniel Wallace
  • Star Wars Encyclopedia by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars Scrapbook: The Essential Collection by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars: From Concept to Screen to Collectible by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars: The Magic of Myth by Mary Henderson
  • Star Wars Poster Book by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars: The Power of Myth
  • The Star Wars Vault (2007), by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy by Matthew Reinhart
  • The Empire Strikes Back Notebook edited by Diana Attias and Lindsay Smith
  • The Quotable Star Wars compiled by Stephen J. Sansweet
  • Star Wars Character Encyclopedia by Simon Beecroft
  • Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know (2015) by Adam Bray, Cole Horton, Michael Kogge, and Kerrie Dougherty
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Box Set (2016)
    • Star Wars: Rey's Survival Guide (2015) by Jason Fry
    • Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Flight Log (2016) by Michael Kogge
    • Star Wars: Aliens and Ships of the Galaxy (2016) by Jason Fry and Benjamin Harper

Essays and commentary[edit]

  • A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Writers and Artists on 25 Years of Star Wars by Glenn Kenny, editor.
  • Sword Fighting in the Star Wars Universe by Nick Jamilla.

Roleplaying gamebooks[edit]

Saga edition[edit]

The Clone Wars: Decide Your Destiny series[edit]

  • The Clone Wars: Tethan Battle Adventure by Sue Behrent (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: Crisis on Coruscant by Jonathan Green (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: Dooku's Secret Army by Sue Behrent (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: The Way of the Jedi by Jake T. Ford (21 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: The Lost Legion by Tracey West (21 BBY) (Y)

Previous editions[edit]

The Lost Jedi (0 BBY - 2 ABY)[edit]

  • Jedi Dawn (0 BBY), 1993. Paul Cockburn, ISBN 1-85283-808-6. You play a young Jedi who ends up on the planet where the plans for the first Deathstar would later be transmitted. Harassed by an Imperial agent called Diamond, and having made an enemy of the bounty hunter, Boba Fett, you end up involved in the rebels' plans.
  • The Bounty Hunter (2 ABY), 1994. Paul Cockburn, ISBN 1-85283-813-2. Features your efforts to escape the planet and avoid Boba Fett's revenge.
  • The Lost Jedi Adventure Game Book, 1995. Combines the previous two game books.

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