FANDOM


This is a list of Star Wars novels, novellas, and short stories. Beginning with the release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Lucasfilm has divided their titles into different eras with symbols designating such. Consequently this list does not include journals, graphic novels, or comic books. However, for a complete list of Star Wars comic books and graphic novels please refer to Star Wars Comic Books.


Notes
  • (E) stands for an ebook novella, which is found only online or combined with other books.
  • (A) means that the novel is also available as an audiobook, which is found also online or combined with other books i.e. audible.com
  • (Y) stands for young reader books, which are usually shorter than normal Star Wars books.
  • (BBY) & (ABY) stand for Before and After the Battle of Yavin, which occurs at the end of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Old Galactic Republic EraEdit

This era contains stories taking place 25,000 to 1,000 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Dawn of the JediEdit

Lost Tribe of the SithEdit

The Old RepublicEdit

Red HarvestEdit

  • Red Harvest (2010), by Joe Schreiber (3645 BBY) (A)

Knight ErrantEdit

Darth BaneEdit

Rise of the Empire Era Edit

This era contains stories taking place within 1,000 years before Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Darth PlagueisEdit

  • Darth Plagueis (2012), by James Luceno (67-65, 54-52, 34-32 BBY) (A)

Legacy of the JediEdit

The Wrath of Darth MaulEdit

  • The Wrath of Darth Maul (2012), by Ryder Windham (51 BBY - 21 BBY) (Y)

Jedi ApprenticeEdit

The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan KenobiEdit

  • The Life and Legend of Obi-Wan Kenobi (2008), by Ryder Windham (44 BBY - 9 ABY) (Y)

Secrets of the JediEdit

The Rise and Fall of Darth VaderEdit

Cloak of DeceptionEdit

Darth MaulEdit

The Phantom Menace (Episode I)Edit

Rogue PlanetEdit

Jedi QuestEdit

Outbound FlightEdit

The Approaching StormEdit

Attack of the Clones (Episode II)Edit

Boba FettEdit

The Clone WarsEdit

Clone Wars: GambitEdit

Clone Wars: Secret MissionsEdit

Republic CommandoEdit

Clone Wars SeriesEdit

Revenge of the Sith (Episode III)Edit

Star Wars: Kenobi Edit

Coruscant NightsEdit

The Last of the JediEdit

A New Hope: The Life of Luke SkywalkerEdit

  • A New Hope: The Life of Luke Skywalker (2009), by Ryder Windham (15 BBY - 4 ABY) (Y)

The Han Solo TrilogyEdit

The Adventures of Lando CalrissianEdit

The Force UnleashedEdit

The Han Solo AdventuresEdit

Death TroopersEdit

Dark ForcesEdit

Rebellion Era Edit

This era contains stories taking place within five years after the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Death StarEdit

Shadow GamesEdit

A New Hope (Episode IV)Edit

Rebel ForceEdit

  • Rebel Force: Target (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Hostage (2008), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Renegade (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Firefight (2009), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Trapped (2010), by Alex Wheeler (0.5 ABY) (Y)
  • Rebel Force: Uprising (2010), by Alex Wheeler (1 ABY) (Y)

Galaxy of FearEdit

Hand of JudgmentEdit

Star Wars GalaxiesEdit

Splinter of the Mind's EyeEdit

Empire and RebellionEdit

  • Empire and Rebellion: Razor's Edge (September 2013), by Martha Wells (2 ABY) (A)
  • Empire and Rebellion: Honor Among Thieves (March 2014), by James S. A. Corey (2-3 ABY) (A)

ScoundrelsEdit

  • Winner Lose All--A Lando Calrissian Tale (2012), by Timothy Zahn (E)
  • Scoundrels (2013), by Timothy Zahn (sometime between 0-3 ABY) (A)

The Empire Strikes Back (Episode V)Edit

Shadows of the EmpireEdit

Return of the Jedi (Episode VI)Edit

The Bounty Hunter WarsEdit

The Truce at BakuraEdit

New Republic Era Edit

This era takes place from five to twenty-five years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Jedi PrinceEdit

Due to much later books colliding with this series, much of this series has had to be retconned, but is still part of the Star Wars continuity.

Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of MindorEdit

X-wingEdit

The Courtship of Princess LeiaEdit

A Forest ApartEdit

Tatooine GhostEdit

The Thrawn TrilogyEdit

The Jedi Academy TrilogyEdit

I, JediEdit

The Callista TrilogyEdit

The Crystal StarEdit

The Black Fleet Crisis TrilogyEdit

The New RebellionEdit

The Corellian TrilogyEdit

The Hand of ThrawnEdit

ScourgeEdit

Survivor's QuestEdit

Junior Jedi KnightsEdit

Young Jedi KnightsEdit

New Jedi Order Era Edit

This era takes place within 25 to 39 years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

A Practical ManEdit

The New Jedi OrderEdit

The Dark Nest TrilogyEdit

Legacy EraEdit

This era takes place 40+ years after Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Legacy of the ForceEdit

CrosscurrentEdit

Millennium FalconEdit

Fate of the JediEdit

CrucibleEdit

Short story anthologiesEdit

These books contain short Star Wars stories from several notable Science fiction authors with stories that span different timelines.

Cancelled books Edit

Old Republic EraEdit

  • Untitled Old Republic era novel by Elizabeth Hand
  • Mandorla by Alex Irvine (3980 BBY) (Cancelled: February 29, 2012)

Rise of the Empire EraEdit

The New Jedi Order EraEdit

Legacy EraEdit

George Lucas's Monsters and AliensEdit

Reference books Edit

A Guide to the Star Wars UniverseEdit

Visual DictionariesEdit

  • The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode I (1999), by David West Reynolds
  • The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode II (2002), by David West Reynolds
  • The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episode III (2005), by James Luceno
  • The Visual Dictionary of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, and VI (1999), by David West Reynolds
  • The Complete Visual Dictionary of Star Wars (2007)

The Making of Star WarsEdit

  • The Making of Star Wars, Episode I, The Phantom Menace (1999), by Laurent Bouzereau and Jody Duncan
  • Mythmaking: Behind the Scenes of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by Jody Duncan
  • The Making of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • The Making of Star Wars: The Definitive Story Behind the Original Film (2007), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (2010), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • Once Upon A Galaxy: The Journal of the Making of The Empire Strikes Back (2010), by Alan Arnold

The Art of Star WarsEdit

  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), by Jonathan Bresman
  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by Mark Vaz
  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005), by Jonathan W. Rinzler
  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope (2007), by Carol Titelman
  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (2010), by Deborah Call
  • The Art of Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (2013), by Carol Titelman

The Incredible Cross-SectionsEdit

  • Incredible Cross-Sections of Star Wars, Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999), by David West Reynolds
  • Incredible Cross-Sections of Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002), by Curtis Saxton
  • Incredible Cross-Sections of Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2003), by Curtis Saxton
  • Incredible Cross-Sections of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, and VI (1999), by David West Reynolds
  • Star Wars: The Complete Cross-Sections (2007), by David West Reynolds and Curtis Saxton

Inside the WorldsEdit

  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by Kristen Lund
  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episode II - Attack of the Clones: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by Simon Beecroft
  • Inside the Worlds of Star Wars, Episodes IV, V, & VI: The Complete Guide to the Incredible Locations by James Luceno
  • The Complete Locations of Star Wars: Inside the Worlds of the Entire Star Wars Saga by Kristin Lund, Simon Beecroft, Kerrie Dougherty, and James Luceno

Technical JournalEdit

  • Planet Tatooine Technical Journal
  • Imperial Forces Technical Journal
  • Rebel Forces Technical Journal
  • Star Wars Technical Journal (compiling the above)

Miscellaneous reference worksEdit

Essays and commentaryEdit

  • A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Writers and Artists on 25 Years of Star Wars by Glenn Kenny, editor.
  • Sword Fighting in the Star Wars Universe by Nick Jamilla.

Roleplaying gamebooksEdit

Saga EditionEdit

  • Star Wars Roleplaying Game: Saga Edition[1]
  • Starships of the Galaxy (Saga Edition)[2]
  • Star Wars Gamemaster Screen[3]
  • Threats of the Galaxy[4]
  • Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide[5]
  • Force Unleashed Campaign Guide[6]
  • Scum and Villainy[7]
  • The Clone Wars Campaign Guide[8]
  • Legacy Era Campaign Guide[9]
  • Jedi Academy Training Manual[10]
  • Rebellion Era Campaign Guide[11]
  • Galaxy At War[12]
  • Scavenger's Guide to Droids[13]
  • Galaxy of Intrigue[14]
  • The Unknown Regions[15]

The Clone Wars: Decide Your Destiny SeriesEdit

  • The Clone Wars: Tethan Battle Adventure by Sue Behrent (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: Crisis on Coruscant by Jonathan Green (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: Dooku's Secret Army by Sue Behrent (22 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: The Way of the Jedi by Jake T. Ford (21 BBY) (Y)
  • The Clone Wars: The Lost Legion by Tracey West (21 BBY) (Y)

Previous EditionsEdit

  • Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, 1st Ed. 1987, West End Games (1987), by Greg Costikyan - Game designer and various others
  • Star Wars: Sourcebook, 1st Ed. 1987, West End Games (1987), by Bill Slavicsek & Curtis Smith
  • Star Wars: The Dark Side Sourcebook, (2001), by Bill Slavicsek & JD Wiker
  • Star Wars Adventure Journal (volumes 1-15) (1994–1997, various editors, various points along timeline)

The Lost Jedi (0 BBY - 2 ABY)Edit

Authors Edit

This is a list of Star Wars authors. It covers those who have authored novels, short stories, and the screenplays for the films themselves.

Film story and screenplay authors Edit

Novel and short story authors Edit

Template:Col-3

Template:Col-3

Template:Col-3

ReferencesEdit

  1. Thompson, Rodney; Owen K.C. Stephens, Christopher Perkins (June 2007). Star Wars Roleplaying Game: Saga Edition. Wizards of the Coast. 
  2. Thompson, Rodney; Owen K.C. Stephens, Gary Astleford (December 2007). Starships of the Galaxy. Wizards of the Coast. 
  3. Thompson, Rodney (February 2008). Star Wars Gamemaster Screen. Wizards of the Coast. 
  4. Thompson, Rodney; Gary Astleford, Eric Cagle, Robert J. Schwalb, John Snead, Patrick Stutzman (May 2008). Threats of the Galaxy. Wizards of the Coast. 
  5. Thompson, Rodney; Sterling Hershey, John Jackson Miller, Abel G. Peña (August 2008). Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide. Wizards of the Coast. 
  6. Thompson, Rodney; Sterling Hershey, Owen K.C. Stephens, Peter Schweighofer (September 2008). Force Unleashed Campaign Guide. Wizards of the Coast. 
  7. Thompson, Rodney; Gary Astleford, Robert J. Schwalb, Owen K.C. Stephens, J.D. Wiker (November 2008). Scum and Villainy. Wizards of the Coast. 
  8. Thompson, Rodney; Patrick Stutzman, J.D. Wiker, Gary Astleford, T. Rob Brown (January 2009). The Clone Wars Campaign Guide. Wizards of the Coast. 
  9. Thompson, Rodney; Sterling Hershey, Gary Astleford (March 2009). Legacy Era Campaign Guide. Wizards of the Coast. 
  10. Thompson, Rodney; Eric Cagle, Patrick Stutzman, Robert Wieland (May 2009). Jedi Academy Training Manual. Wizards of the Coast. 
  11. Thompson, Rodney; Sterling Hershey, Owen K.C. Stephens, J.D. Wiker (July 2009). Rebellion Era Campaign Guide. Wizards of the Coast. 
  12. Thompson, Rodney; Gary Astleford, Eric Cagle, Daniel Wallace (September 2009). Galaxy At War. Wizards of the Coast. 
  13. Thompson, Rodney; Sterling Hershey, Patrick Stutzman, Robert Wieland (November 2009). Scavenger's Guide to Droids. Wizards of the Coast. 
  14. Thompson, Rodney; Eric Cagle, Gary Astleford, T. Rob Brown (January 2010). Galaxy of Intrigue. Wizards of the Coast. 
  15. Thompson, Rodney; Gary Astleford, Owen K.C. Stephens (April 2010). The Unknown Regions. Wizards of the Coast. 

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.