Ambush at Corellia: Star Wars (The Corellian Trilogy) - Roger MacBride Allen

Ambush at Corellia: Star Wars (The Corellian Trilogy)

By Roger MacBride Allen

  • Release Date: 1995-02-02
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 5
From 8 Ratings


A trade summit on Corellia brings Han Solo back to the home world he left many years before.  Arriving on the distant planet with Leia, their children  and Chewbacca, Han finds Corellia overrun with  agents of the New Republic Intelligence and finds  himself part of a deceptive plan whose aim not even  he understands. One thing is clear: the five  inhabited worlds of the sector are on the brink of civil  war and the once peaceful coexistence of the three  leading races -- human, Selonian, and Drallan --  has come to an end.

Features a bonus section following the novel that includes a primer on the Star Wars expanded universe, and over half a dozen excerpts from some of the most popular Star Wars books of the last thirty years!


  • Ambush At Corellia

    By Revan97ofSWAT
    Star Wars Ambush At Corellia is the first in the Corellian trilogy. Roger Macbride Allen does a great job bringing the classic Star Wars characters to life. Han, Leia, Chewbacca, Luke and Lando star in this fun filled adventure, and the Solo twins also bring fun and flavor to the tale. The story does take quite some time to get interesting, but it proves to be worth the wait. There are some excellent new characters introduced such as New Republic agent Belindi Kalenda and various other human, Selonian and Drallian characters. Over all, it's a kinda slow moving story that gets up to speed towards the end and is sure to grow in the second and third volumes of the trilogy.
  • Very enjoyable read

    By mikeylo
    I enjoyed this book very much and am looking forward to the next book in this trilogy. If you enjoyed the Han Solo trilogy you will enjoy this book. As an FYI: if you haven't read all the books leading up to this book, (look at a Star Wars book timeline) you'll be confused about several character references and past plot lines/exploits. So I recommend this book to anyone that is up to speed with Star Wars books.