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Junior Jedi Knights: Lyric's World
Attribution information
Author(s)

Nancy Richardson

Cover artist

Eric J. W. Lee

Publication information
Publisher

Boulevard

Release date

January 1, 1996

Media type

Paperback

Pages

122

ISBN

0425167623

Chronology
Era

New Republic era

Timeline

22 ABY[1]

Series

Junior Jedi Knights

Preceded by

The Golden Globe

Followed by

Promises

Junior Jedi Knights: Lyric's World is the second book in the Junior Jedi Knights series, written by Nancy Richardson and published by Boulevard in January 1996.

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Publisher's summaryEdit

Anakin Solo is now eleven—and headed for the Jedi academy! The Force is very strong with him—he can feel it. And his uncle Luke thinks it is time for him to start his training…

Anakin and Tahiri are off on an adventure to the distant moon of Yavin 8! There they will help their alien friend Lyric join the "elders", the adults of her race. To do it, she must go through a strange and wonderful change. And when it is over, Lyric won't look anything like her old self.

But Anakin and Tahiri are in for an even bigger surprise. Deep within the caves of Lyric's world are carvings that match the ones they back in the temple on Yavin 4. If they can read them, they might be able to break the curse of the mysterious Golden Globe and defeat the dark side of the Force!

But there is something waiting for them down in the caves. Something large and dangerous. And it will take more than the Force to defeat it!

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Characters

Creatures

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea


Behind the scenesEdit

Anakin Solo is mistakenly referred to as Anakin Skywalker at the very beginning of the first chapter. Another typo in the book is a missing space between "Recalling" and "places" on page 12.

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