Back to Bantam! The Bantam-era (before Del Ray got the star wars rights back) started the post-rotj era long before JJ Abrams was around, so let's get to reading before they disappear from our continuity (but not our bookshelves, or our hearts). The Truce at Bakura by Kathy Tyers. One of my favorites. Ever wonder what happened the day after the Battle of Endor? Well, read this and find out! The Rebels must call a truce with the Empire to fight a common foe: Dinosaurs on Spaceships! Plus, we read Luke trying to date, Leia struggling with the knowledge of her true father, and Wedge flying his X-wing. The New Rebellion by Kristine Rusch. One of 11-11's favorites, and features one of the best written droid scenes. The bombing of the New Republic Senate starts a chain of events that uncovers a plot to frame Solo, kill all Jedi, and topple the New Republic still licking its wounds from the Black Fleet Crisis. I, Jedi by Mike Stackpole. One of Mika's favorites. The first, and only to my knowledge, Star Wars novel told in first person. Also one of the first to "shoehorn" events into an established story line. Corran Horn is written in "behind the scenes" during the events of the Jedi Academy trilogy, learning the ways of the Jedi to save his kidnapped wife. Also: X-wings go pew pew. All of these are on paperback, ebook, and at used book stores.