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Millennium Falcon

James Luceno

Cover artist

John Van Fleet[1]

Publication information

Del Rey

Release date

October 21, 2008[2]

Media type







Legacy era


60 BBY43.44 ABY[3]


None (standalone novel)

Preceded by

Untitled Crosscurrent sequel

Followed by


Millennium Falcon is a novel by James Luceno about the history of the Millennium Falcon. It was originally set to be released on December 30, 2008,[4] but was pushed up to October 21, 2008.[2] At the end of the book is an introduction to the upcoming novel Outcast, the first novel in the Fate of the Jedi series. There is also an excerpt of Millennium Falcon in the paperback version of Darth Bane: Rule of Two. The paperback version was released on November 24, 2009.


Publisher's summary


Back cover

Climb aboard, buckle up, and prepare to jump to hyperspace for the ultimate flight of the ship that launched a thousand fates.

Internal flap

Two years have passed since Jacen Solo, seduced by the dark side and reanointed as the brutal Sith Lord Darth Caedus, died at the hands of his twin sister Jaina, Sword of the Jedi. For a grieving Han and Leia, the shadow of their son's tragic downfall still looms large. But Jacen's own bright and loving daughter, Allana, offers a ray of hope for the future as she thrives in her grandparents' care. The eager, inquisitive and Force-strong girl makes a curious discovery aboard her grandfather's beloved spacecraft—the much-overhauled but ever-dependable Millennium Falcon. The Solo family then finds itself at a new turning point, about to set out on an odyssey into uncertain territory, untold adventure, and unexpected rewards.

To Han, who knows every bolt, weld, and sensor of the Falcon as if they were parts of himself, the strange device Allana shows him is utterly alien. But its confounding presence—and Allana's infectious desire to unravel its mystery—are impossible to dismiss. The only answer lies in backtracking into the past on a fact-finding expedition to retrace the people, places, and events in the checkered history of the vessel that's done everything from making the Kessel Run"in less than twelve parsecs" to helping topple an evil Empire.

From the moment the Falcon broke loose from a Corellian assembly line like an untamed creature with a will of its own, it seemed destined to seek out trouble. It wasn't long before the feisty YT-1300 freighter went from shuttling cargo to smuggling contraband. But it's a fateful rendezvous on Coruscant, at the explosive height of the Republic/Separatist uprising, that launches a galaxywide cat-and-mouse game whose newest players are Han, Leia, Allana and C-3PO. And they're not alone: Crime lords, galactic pirates, rogue politicians and fortune hunters alike loom at every turn of the quest—each with his or her own desperate stake in the Millennium Falcon's most momentous mission.

Through the years and across the stars, from the Rim Worlds to points beyond, the race will lead them all to a final standoff for a prize some will risk everything to find—and pay any cost to possess.


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Droid models



Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology


Names of the Millennium Falcon

  • Corell's Pride
  • Fickle Flyer
  • Gone to Pieces
  • Hardwired
  • High Hopes
  • Meetyl's Misery
  • Second Chance
  • Stellar Envoy
  • Wayward Son
  • YT-1300 492727ZED

The Force

Fauna and flora


Notes and references

  1. Sue Rostoni on the Message Boards
  2. 2.0 2.1 listing
  3. Sue Rostoni on the Message Boards
  4. Advertisement from Invincible

External links

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