From a Certain Point of View by Alexander Freed, Ashley Eckstein, Beth Revis, Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, Christie Golden, Chuck Wendig, Claudia Gray, Daniel Jose Older, Delilah S. Dawson, E. K. Johnston, Elizabeth Wein, Gary D. Schmidt, Glen Weldon, Greg Rucka, Griffin McElroy, Ian Doescher, Jason Fry, John Jackson Miller, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Ken Liu, Kieron Gillen, Madeleine Roux, Mallory Ortberg, Matt Fraction, Mur Lafferty, Paul Dini, Paul S. Kemp, Sabaa Tahir, Zoraida Cordova
From a Certain Point of View by Alexander Freed, Ashley Eckstein, Beth Revis, Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, Christie Golden, Chuck Wendig, Claudia Gray, Daniel Jose Older, Delilah S. Dawson, E. K. Johnston, Elizabeth Wein, Gary D. Schmidt, Glen Weldon, Greg Rucka, Griffin McElroy, Ian Doescher, Jason Fry, John Jackson Miller, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Ken Liu, Kieron Gillen, Madeleine Roux, Mallory Ortberg, Matt Fraction, Mur Lafferty, Paul Dini, Paul S. Kemp, Sabaa Tahir, Zoraida Cordova

From a Certain Point of View

by Alexander Freed, Ashley Eckstein, Beth Revis, Cavan Scott, Charles Soule, Christie Golden, Chuck Wendig, Claudia Gray, Daniel Jose Older, Delilah S. Dawson, E. K. Johnston, Elizabeth Wein, Gary D. Schmidt, Glen Weldon, Greg Rucka, Griffin McElroy, Ian Doescher, Jason Fry, John Jackson Miller, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Ken Liu, Kieron Gillen, Madeleine Roux, Mallory Ortberg, Matt Fraction, Mur Lafferty, Paul Dini, Paul S. Kemp, Sabaa Tahir, Zoraida Cordova
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On May 25, 1977, the world was introduced to Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, C-3PO, R2-D2, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, and a galaxy full of possibilities. In honor of the fortieth anniversary, more than forty contributors lend their vision to this retelling of Star Wars. Each of the forty short stories reimagines a moment from the original film, but through the eyes of a supporting character. From a Certain Point of View features contributions by bestselling authors, trendsetting artists, and treasured voices from the literary history of Star Wars
- Gary Whitta bridges the gap from Rogue One to A New Hope through the eyes of Captain Antilles.
- Aunt Beru finds her voice in an intimate character study by Meg Cabot.
- Nnedi Okorofor brings dignity and depth to a most unlikely character: the monster in the trash compactor.
- Pablo Hidalgo provides a chilling glimpse inside the mind of Grand Moff Tarkin.
- Pierce Brown chronicles Biggs Darklighter's final flight during the Rebellion's harrowing attack on the Death Star.
- Wil Wheaton spins a poignant tale of the rebels left behind on Yavin.
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