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Chart the history of Star Wars in this stunning guide, from the time before the High Republic to the end of the First Order.
An indispensable companion for all Star Wars fans, this premium quality book displays visual timelines that chronologically map key events, characters, and developments, and mark their significance.
Track crucial conflicts across the years that affect the galaxy in profound ways. Follow the Skywalker lightsaber as it passes through the generations and witness the evolution of the iconic TIE fighter across different eras. Trace the movement of the Death Star plans over the years and uncover multiple branching timelines that break down important battles.
See essential events at a glance arranged by era and drill down into details to discover major and minor events, key dates, and fascinating insights all chronologically arranged. Pore over intricate timelines on nearly every page.
Soar into Star Wars Timelines to explore:
Chronological approach that divides Star Wars history into seven eras: • Early History, The High Republic, The Fall of the Jedi, The Reign of the Empire, The Age of Rebellion, The New Republic, and The Rise of the First Order
A must-have addition to the library of all fans of Star Wars, Star Wars Timelines is sure to thrill.
About the Author
Kristin Baver is the Associate Editor of StarWars.com, covering Star Wars news, writing interview features on George Lucas and other important figures in the Star Wars galaxy, as well as spotlighting the dedicated fan community and their impressive and imaginative creations. She is the host of This Week! in Star Wars and The Star Wars Show Book Club. She previously worked as an award-winning journalist covering crime and social issues in central Pennsylvania, but now lives with her cat, Hector Smidget, in San Francisco, California.
Jason Fry is the author of more than 50 books and short stories set in the Star Wars galaxy, including The Weapon of a Jedi, The Essential Atlas, the Servants of the Empire quartet and the novelization of The Last Jedi. He is also the author of the Jupiter Pirates space-fantasy series. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his wife, son and about a metric ton of Star Wars stuff.
Cole Horton is the author or co-author of a dozen Star Wars books, including Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know and Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: A Traveler's Guide to Batuu. He has contributed to StarWars.com, Marvel.com, and runDisney. As a brand manager and consumer researcher, he has worked on a number of video games including Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes, Star Wars Battlefront II, and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Amy Richau writes about pop culture and film history. She's the author of Star Wars I Love You. I Know.: Lessons in Love and Friendship and her work has appeared in StarWars.com, StarTrek.com, Star Wars Insider magazine, and Nerdist. She was a researcher and appeared in the docu-series Looking for Leia and worked for many years as a film preservationist. Amy lives outside Boulder, Colorado, with her husband, two children, and several pets.
Clayton Sandell became a massive Star Wars fan at age four, growing up to be an award-winning television news correspondent. He is the co-producer of The Force of Sound, a behind-the-scenes look at the sound design of The Last Jedi. His feature stories explore the far reaches of the Star Wars galaxy, taking audiences beyond the gates of Skywalker Ranch, inside Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light & Magic and Skywalker Sound, and to the opening of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland.