Star Wars - Les enfants du Jedi

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L'AVENTURE EST ETERNELLE...

La princesse Leia, Yan Solo et Chewbacca partent sur la planète Belsavis, dont nul n'est jamais revenu vivant, pour y rechercher les enfants du jedi.

A l'autre bout de la galaxie, Luke Skywalker s'introduit à bord de l'OEil de Palpatine, un cuirassé ennemi automatique programmé pour anéantir Belsavis. Pour enrayer la diabolique intelligence artificielle, Luke a besoin de l'aide de Callista, qui a jadis donné sa vie pour mettre le vaisseau hors d'état de nuire et dont l'esprit survit dans l'ordinateur de bord. Le mystère de la planète, les pouvoirs du cuirassé, la passion naissante entre Luke et Callista conduisent à un vrai feu d'artifice !

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About the author

Barbara Hambly n'est pas une inconnue en France : deux romans chez Pocket Terreur (Le Sang d'Immortalité et Voyage avec les Morts) un autre au Fleuve Noir (Ishmael, dans la collection Star Trek). Ici, elle nous offre un Star Wars haletant et débordant d'imagination.

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12-21
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Published on
Apr 14, 2016
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Pages
403
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ISBN
9782823844535
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Language
French
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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