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[These stories occur during The New Republic era.]
Events that occur between 21 and 22 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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Paperback Youth Novel
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Vader's Fortress
BOOK STORY
Rebecca Moesta
Berkley
Published as Paperback Youth Novel (1997)

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Synopsis:
Anakin Solo and his friends just heard an incredible secret! Darth Vader may have retrieved Obi-Wan Kenobi's lightsaber from the original Deathstar. The lost weapon may be hidden in Vader's abandoned fortress on the planet Vjun, and Luke Skywalker agrees that it must be recovered.
Now Anakin and his friends, including Jedi teacher Tionne and the Jedi Master Ikrit, are heading off to Vjun to find the legendary fortress. Untold dangers await them, for no one knows what secrets still lie within those ancient walls. Even abandoned, it is a stronghold of dark power.
But the biggest danger may not have shown its face. For if they know about Obi-Wan's saber...who else does?


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This story occurs approximately 22 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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