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Adventures in Wild Space: The Cold is a book by Cavan Scott and the fifth entry in the Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space junior novel series. The book is published by Egmont UK Ltd on March 9, 2017 and comprises 160 pages. Disney–Lucasfilm Press published a U.S. edition of the title on October 24, 2017.

Publisher's summaryEdit

Milo and Lina Graf have picked up the trail of their kidnapped parents—but an ambush in the depths of Wild Space leaves them stranded on a desolate ice planet. With an old enemy out for revenge, can they survive THE COLD?

Plot summaryEdit

ADVENTURES IN WILD SPACE:
THE COLD
It is a time of darkness. The evil
Galactic Empire is growing stronger
by the day and now has set its sights
on the unmapped star systems of
WILD SPACE.

Since their parents were kidnapped by
Captain Korda of the Imperial Navy,
Lina and Milo Graf have fallen in with
rebels Mira and Ephraim Bridger on the
Outer Rim world of LOTHAL. They have
survived monsters, aliens, gangsters
and ruthless bounty hunters but are still
no nearer discovering the location of
their mother and father.

When all hope is lost, the Bridgers
receive word from spies within the
Empire who claim to know where the
children's parents are being held....

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Egmont-Favicon Star Wars: The Cold on Egmont UK Ltd's official website (backup link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Disney favicon The Cold on Disney.com (backup link)
  3. In Adventures in Wild Space: The Steal, Ezra Bridger is an infant. Since Ezra was born on the first Empire Day (which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas cites as 19 BBY), the Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space series (the books of which take place in close proximity to each other) must be set around 18 BBY.

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