Walk the ancient streets, meet the colorful characters, and uncover the secret history of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the new expansion to the Disney Parks experience!
After devastating losses at the hands of the First Order, General Leia Organa has dispatched her agents across the galaxy in search of allies, sanctuary, and firepower—and her top spy, Vi Moradi, may have just found all three, on a secluded world at the galaxy’s edge.
A planet of lush forests, precarious mountains, and towering, petrified trees, Batuu is on the furthest possible frontier of the galactic map, the last settled world before the mysterious expanse of Wild Space. The rogues, smugglers, and adventurers who eke out a living on the largest settlement on the planet, Black Spire Outpost, are here to avoid prying eyes and unnecessary complications. Vi, a Resistance spy on the run from the First Order, is hardly a welcome guest. And when a shuttle full of stormtroopers lands in her wake, determined to root her out, she has no idea where to find help.
To survive, Vi will have to seek out the good-hearted heroes hiding in a world that redefines scum and villainy. With the help of a traitorous trooper and her acerbic droid, she begins to gather a colorful band of outcasts and misfits, and embarks on a mission to spark the fire of resistance on Batuu—before the First Order snuffs it out entirely.
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This book is the perfect companion for anyone visiting Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, the level of connection between this book and the things you will see and hear is truly impressive. That being said, even if you can’t visit Galaxy’s Edge, this book will make you feel as though you have!
One Big Advertisement
I don’t know if the author was contractually obligated to point out every attraction of Galaxy’s Edge (knowing Disney, it wouldn’t surprise me) but this book reads like a nonstop brochure for the theme park. Even when the main character’s first trip into Black Spire is over (which is shop after shop, product promotion after product promotion), the author finds ways to incorporate offerings from the theme park into the text that rip you out of the story and remind you its basically one giant ad. I’m confident I could now order an appetizer, entree (or two) and a round of drinks using their “Star Wars” name without glancing at the menu in the theme park. So, I guess there’s that to be said.