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[A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away...]
Events that occur approximately 15 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

[ Adventures in Wild Space: The Escape ]

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[ Adventures in Wild Space: The Escape ]

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Adventures in Wild Space: The Escape
READING BOOK
Cavan Scott
Egmont Books [UK]; Disney-Lucasfilm Press [US]
Age Range: 7+ years
Published as:
Paperback Book (2016)
e-book [US only](2016)

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Reviews:
1 review [Review score: 3 / 5]

Summary:
When their parents are captured by the evil Galactic Empire, brother and sister Milo and Lina Graf must set out on an epic quest to free them. Menaced by Imperial agents, bounty hunters, and gangsters, they will have to travel across the galaxy uncovering clues to rescue their parents and aid the Rebellion in the fight against the Empire…


Chronology:
This story occurs approximately 15 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

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Reviews:
Review by Darth Kondorr, Poland, 2016:

I have written short impressions on all books released in this series so far, but if you - dear reader - actually contemplate to pick it up, then this is were you probably will check for first recommendations. I bet you think as I did: This is a children's books, I am not a child, will I like it? Well, the books are simplistic and naive, but not childish, so only based on that I would suggest to give them a try. If additionally you are a big Rebels fan, than this series does have enough of connective tissue to even call it a must read. One book goes even quite far into one of the main mysteries of the first season.
And besides, they are short and fun reads. If they end up not to your liking, you won't waste much time or money on them.
Now onto the impressions:
Considering, this is just a short prelude to a series of children books it was a pleasant and quick read. I have to admit I was rather surprised by a mostly uncompromising portrayal of the Imperials, as they seemed truly ruthless and evil.
The story itself is merely a jumping of point for the next books. This is no Huckleberry Finn, but if you happen to have it, it is nice read about brother and sister, who are about to embark on what will surely turn out to be a heroic rescue mission slash adventure.

Rating: 3 / 5

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