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[This story occurs during The New Republic era.]
Events that occur 5 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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Paperback Youth Novel
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The Lost City of the Jedi
Paul and Hollace Davids
Published as:
Paperback Youth Novel (1992)

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1 review [Average review score: 0.5 / 5]

Trioculus, a three-eyed mutant, has arisen as the self-appointed leader of the Empire. The hopes of the Rebel Alliance rest on a young Jedi Prince growing up in an underground city beneath the rain forests of the fourth moon of Yavin.

This story occurs approximately 5 years after the Battle of Yavin.

Related Stories (in chronological order):

Review by Bones, UK, 2010:

"The Jedi Prince series continues with this less-than-impressive second instalment. As with the previous book (The Glove of Darth Vader), there are too many things about it that are just so silly that it's amazing that anyone ever thought they would be acceptable. The characters continually say incredibly obvious and pointless things (including some very dubious Ho'Din rhymes), the antagonist decides that the best way to find a Lost City is to burn down all the jungles on Yavin 4, Artoo's vocalisations continue to be written phonetically and the whole concept of Han Solo building himself a "dream sky-house", complete with nanowave stove on which zoochberry pies can be cooked is so utterly out of character that it begs to be ridiculed. All of this is in no way helped by the deus ex machina at the end of the story when they put out the blazing fires and save the planet (ecological messages abound).
"Too much silliness, too much inappropriate characterisation and a total lack of thought make this a poor and unsatisfying read."

Rating: 0.5 / 5

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