13. AFTERMATH TRILOGY
The Aftermath trilogy is viewed as a “widely appealing” Star Wars book. It’s not an amazing read like others on this rundown, yet it’s not horrible either. However, it is on this list because it is the one and only information we have between Jedi and The Force Awakens. Both books follow the fan-most loved X-wing pilot Wedge Antilles and a large number of new characters as they help the union in the last destruction of the Galactic Empire.
Obviously, it wouldn’t be a Star Wars story without a few cameos from the primary cast; Han, Chewie, and Leia all show up at different times all through the series. The first book talks about the repercussions of the Battle of Endor, as the Rebels rebrand themselves as the New Republic and chase the Imperial Forces to the Outer Rim. The second book concentrates on the freedom of the Planet Kashyyyk (otherwise known as Chewbacca’s homeworld). A third book in the series is set to turn out in 2017, and will be based on the Battle of Jakku and the last stand of the Empire.
12. DARTH MAUL: SON OF DATHOMIR
When The Clone Wars was unexpectedly dropped, fans were perturbed thinking that it’s the last they saw of Darth Maul. As it is, the character was absent in the first trilogy and would be excessively old when The Force Awakens showed up. Fortunately, Maul returned amid the second period of Rebels and hopes to be included noticeably in season three. Nevertheless, to link the gap between the two TV series, Disney released the comic Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir.
In view of a modest bunch of uncompleted Clone Wars episodes, Son of Dathomir demonstrates the previous Sith being caught by Darth Sidious in a ploy to draw out and murder his mom, the pioneer of the enchanted Night Sisters. Maul escapes and starts to wreak chaos on the Separatists. He captures Count Dooku and General Grevious simultaneously. The book comes full circle with a lightsaber duel between Maul and his previous master. If you adore Darth Maul, Son of Dathomir is the ideal story to read.