What was the first SW book you ever read?

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  1. AmeiaSkywalker Jedi Knight

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  2. Wedge 88 Jedi Grand Master

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    Some kiddie book from the 80s. Luke has a landspeeder and he rids around in it. Thats all I remember.
  3. Jedi Master Nejaa Halcyon Jedi Master

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    Wedge's Gamble. I bought it for the train when I was like ten, didn't read it. Then picked it up one day when I was about sixteen and was hooked. I now own every book (novel) in the EU. YES!!
  4. Art_Core Jedi Grand Master

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    The first book of the Jedi Academy Trilogy, Jedi Search.
  5. obi-wannabe1 Jedi Master

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    Heir to the Empire. Got me hooked on SW books for life!
  6. suncrusherX Jedi Knight

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    Paradise snare, my little brother got it at a library, I read it on road trip and I've been hooked since.
  7. Darth_Blazer Jedi Knight

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    my first was also Heir to the Empire.

    wow. good book
  8. DVader316 Jedi Grand Master

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    Id read various SW lit( comics, kids books, etc)throughout my misspent youth, but my first REAL intro into the EU was Timothy Zahn's masterpiece, Heir To the Empire. ;)
  9. darthjarjarbinks Force Ghost

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    The first star wars book I ever remember reading was back in the mid 80s. I think it was called droid world, and audio read along book. I'm not sure. one really corny line sticks in my head even over all these years- some cyborg dude says something like "we have victory, but at what cost?". scarred me for life that did....

    anyway, I always liked star wars since I was a kid, ESB was the first movie I remember seeing. Then about 5 years ago when I was 14 or so I bought tales of the mos eisley cantina- thats what got me into star wars in a major way. I've been hooked since then and have read every books up to conquest released by bantam or njo. its a beautiful thing isn't it?
  10. Wedge 88 Jedi Grand Master

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    I read most of the YJK and JJK before reading any "Adult" novel. My first "Adult" novel was Jedi Search.
  11. Anakin SkySolo Force Ghost

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    Star Wars: From the Adventures of Luke Skywalker by Alan Dean Foster, writing as George Lucas
  12. Grand Admiral Reese Jedi Grand Master

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    Young Jedi Knights: Jedi Under Seige by KJA. Strange place to begin, huh?
  13. Rotan Jedi Knight

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    Golden Globe. Finished JJK. Read Delusions of Grandeur. Finished YJK. Read Dark Force Rising. At here I am
  14. Joyoda Jedi Knight

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    The infamous Glove of Darth Vader
  15. wampa Force Ghost

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    First encounter with SW: In the early 90's, the RotJ record read-along, back when I thought RotJ was the 2nd movie and ESB was the last one.

    First comic: Dark Empire #4 a year later.

    First "real" SW novel: Heir to the Empire after suggestions around here I think.
  16. ReiKun Jedi Padawan

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    Rogue Squadron, the very first X wing book. My cousin left it off at my house when I was like 9 or 10 and I decided to read it and whalah. I loved it, and started reading EVERY SINGLE STARWARS BOOK i could get my hands on.
  17. LoveisSuicideSP Jedi Master

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    I think it was Tales of the Bounty Hunter followed by Shadows of the Empire. And then Rogue Squadron which i had had for a couple years but had never read it.
  18. Darthmcm Jedi Master

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    mine was (i know this for a fact) was an 80's Empire Strikes Back coloring book. It had tracing paper in it and every thing it was cool. My First novel I can not remember what one it was I wish I could.
  19. DromatheRyn Jedi Padawan

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    X-Wing: Rogue Squadron was my first. I loved it, and immediately went to Heir to the Empire.

    I've been hooked ever since, and went on a binge. I read every novel I could get my hands on. Now, I've read them all. Well, except for Conquest. I'll get to that when I'm done with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
  20. Tobi-Wan Jedi Knight

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    Shadows of the Empire.
  21. Yanksfan Chosen One

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    Heir to the Empire.

    A friend passed it on to me a couple of summers ago and I have literally not been the same since.

    I'll get him for that, oh yes, if it's the last thing I do.......
  22. CooperTFN TFN EU Staff Emeritus

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    Paradise Snare. Got it for my birthday in August of '99, and haven't stopped reading 'em since.

    It's also the earliest book in the Bantam line, and it started me on an ill-fated quest to read the entire EU in chronological order.

    I made it about as far as Truce at Bakura. :)
  23. CountJared Force Ghost

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    I'm pretty sure it was Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon. I was 8 and I don't think I understood it all that well. I read Mindharp of Sharu a couple years later (found it at a yard sale) and that made more of an impact. My freshman year I read SotME and Han Solo's Revenge. Got HttE for my birthday when it came out.
  24. Sturm Antilles Former Manager

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    Star Wars : A New Hope. September 1994.

    First EU - Splinter of the Mind's Eye.

  25. ninjedi Jedi Master

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    Jedi Apprentice #1, easy reading I know, but they're one of my guilty little pleasures. That and making a scale model of the Millenium Falcon out of leftover pizza.
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