Lit What book was written after Splinter of the Minds Eye?

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  1. Greedoliveson Jedi Youngling

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    I don't mean what comes next in the timeline, (although it may be the same book) but if Splinter was published in 1978, what was the next book published after this?
  2. Gorefiend Chosen One

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    Han Solo at Stars’ End (which would have been the next) and Han Solo’s Revenge were both published in 1979
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  3. Greedoliveson Jedi Youngling

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    Thanks.

    Is there a list somewhere of books listed in order of when published rather than timeline?
  4. Gorefiend Chosen One

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    The Essential Readers Companion has a list in the back, though I made one for the novels a while ago (might be missing some books)

    1976
    A New Hope

    1978
    Splinter of the Mind’s Eye

    1979
    The Han Solo Adventures 1 + 2

    1980
    The Empire Strikes Back
    The Han Solo Adventures 3

    1983
    Return of the Jedi
    The Lando Calrissian Adventures

    1991
    The Thrawn Trilogy 1

    1992
    The Thrawn Trilogy 2

    1993
    The Thrawn Trilogy 3

    1994
    The Truce at Bakura
    The Jedi Academy Trilogy 1 + 2 + 3
    The Courtship of Princess Leia
    The Crystal Star

    1995
    The Corellian Trilogy 1 + 2 + 3
    Children of the Jedi
    Darksaber

    1996
    X-Wing 1 + 2 + 3
    The Black Fleet Crisis Trilogy 1 + 2 + 3
    Shadows of the Empire
    The New Rebellion

    1997
    X-Wing 4
    Dark Forces 1
    The Han Solo Trilogy 1 + 2
    Planet of Twilight
    Specter of the Past

    1998
    X-Wing 5 + 6
    The Han Solo Trilogy 3
    Dark Forces 2 + 3
    The Bounty Hunter Wars 1 + 2
    X-Wing 6
    Dark Forces 3
    I, Jedi
    Vision of the Future

    1999
    The Phantom Menace
    X-Wing 7 + 8 + 9
    The Bounty Hunter Wars 3
    NJO 1

    2000
    NJO 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6
    Rogue Planet

    2001
    NJO 7 + 8 + 9
    Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
    Cloak of Deception

    2002
    Attack of the Clones
    NJO 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14
    The Approaching Storm

    2003
    NJO 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19
    Tatooine Ghost

    2004
    The Ruins of Dantooine
    Survivor’s Quest
    The Cestus Deception
    Medstar 1 + 2
    Jedi Trial
    Republic Commando 1
    Yoda: Dark Rendezvous

    2005
    Revenge of the Sith
    Labyrinth of Evil
    The Dark Nest Trilogy 1 + 2 + 3
    Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader

    2006
    Outbound Flight
    Republic Commando 2
    LOTF 1 +2 +3
    Darth Bane 1

    2007
    LOTF 4 + 5 + 6 + 7
    Allegiance
    Death Star
    Republic Commando 3
    Darth Bane 2

    2008
    The Clone Wars
    LOTF 8 + 9
    Coruscant Nights 1 + 2
    Republic Commando 4
    The Force Unleashed
    Millennium Falcon
    Wild Space
    Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor

    2009
    Coruscant Nights 3
    FOTJ 1 + 2 +3
    Republic Commando 5
    Darth Bane 3
    No Prisoners
    Death Troopers

    2010
    FOTJ 4 + 5 + 6
    The Force Unleashed 2
    Crosscurrent
    Stealth
    Siege
    Fatal Alliance
    Red Harvest

    2011
    FOTJ 7 + 8
    Knight Errant
    Deceived
    Choices of One
    Riptide
    Shadow Games

    2012
    X-Wing 10
    FOTJ 9
    Scourge
    Darth Plagueis
    Scoundrels
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  5. K'Kruhk Force Ghost

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  6. Greedoliveson Jedi Youngling

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  7. Manisphere Force Ghost

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    Huh. 2012 has only 5 SW books being released. Most years have 8 books or more. I thought it was a lean year.
  8. DavBacca Force Ghost

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    The six anthologies should be added to that wookiepedia list.

    We also have The Old Republic: Annihilation and LTOTS: TCS. That makes 7
  9. Arawn_Fenn Chosen One

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    That list is missing Revan ( 2011 ).
  10. Todd the Jedi Mod and Sitcom Dad of SWTV

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    There were also no young reader books this year, while there have been consistently in past years.
  11. LAJ_FETT Tech Admin and Collecting/Games Mod

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    I thought Scoundrels was now due out in 2013 - Jan or Feb, I believe? (Or is that just Amazon mis-dating stuff..)
  12. SithStarSlayer Manager Emeritus

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    Nineteen Seventy-Eight was a good year for Star Wars book(s).
  13. Manisphere Force Ghost

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    Jan 1st 2013
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  14. Bib Fartuna Jedi Grand Master

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    Splinter of the Mind's Eye? Otherwise affectionately known as Rat in the Brain.
  15. Chewbacca89 Force Ghost

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    how is splinter of the minds eye? i picked it up at a secondhand store for $1. I havent read it yet because all I hear are bad reviews. Is it any good and/or worth reading?
  16. Todd the Jedi Mod and Sitcom Dad of SWTV

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    It's okay. Decent. I like it for the fact that it introduced the Yuzzem species. Also, Vader does this:
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  17. Chewbacca89 Force Ghost

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    Wow....haven't seen that before. I'm not so sure I would wanna see that one in a movie...
    How is the blade even thin enough to cut that fine?
  18. COMPNOR Force Ghost

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    Is there no love for The Maverick Moon?
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  19. DarthJenari Force Ghost

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    Its decent. A fun little read about a small adventure on one small planet. Really just the kind of story I like, and the kind that's been missing from the Post-Bantam Era. Some of the moments between Luke and Leia are a little creepy if you take into account Return of the Jedi where Leia says she's always known about Luke being her brother. [face_thinking] But you can let it slide if you just realize that that little fact probably wasn't planned out that far back. I think both Luke and Leia are portrayed in pretty solid ways, and Vader's doing his thing as the big bad Sith Lord.
  20. COMPNOR Force Ghost

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    It's a great book, and Halla is the best character in it. I really wish that she had been featured in subsequent stories, even if only to show up on Yavin IV with a new batch of Jedi candidates for Luke.
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  21. TalonCard •Author: Slave Pits of Lorrd •TFN EU Staff

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    Something like this inevitably crops up every time Splinter is discussed, but they're never cited. I've read the book several times and can never seem to remember those moments...am I just willfully forgetting/reinterpreting them?

    TC
  22. _Catherine_ Chosen One

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    Moistly parted in sleep, her lips seemed to beckon to him. He leaned closer, seeking refuge from the damp green and brown of the swamp in that hypnotic redness.

    He hesitated, pulled back. She was an aristocrat and Rebel leader. For all he’d accomplished above Yavin, he was still only a pilot and, before that, a farmer’s nephew. Peasant and Princess, he mused disgustedly.

    His assignment was to protect her. He wouldn’t abuse that trust, no matter his own hopeless hopes. He would defend against anything that leapt out of the darkness, crawled from the slime, dropped from the gnarled branches they walked under. He would do it out of respect and admiration and possibly out of the most powerful of emotions, unrequited love.

    He would even defend her from himself, he determined tiredly. In five minutes he was fast asleep.
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  23. DarthJenari Force Ghost

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    Yeah I think you are forgetting lol along with the post above there's this:

    The Princess grew aware of how tightly she was clinging to him. Their proximity engendered a wash of confused emotion. It would be proper to disengage, to move away a little. Proper, but not nearly so satisfying.
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  24. TalonCard •Author: Slave Pits of Lorrd •TFN EU Staff

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    Thanks--I remembered the "defend her from himself" line, but not the "lusting after sleeping Leia" bit. I think that paragraph operates on the same principle as the Silencel--I forget it's there the second I look away.

    Also, "hopeless hopes"...that's either brilliant pulp or godawful schlock, depending on your point of view...

    TC
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