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X-wing: Wraith Squadron
Attribution information
Author(s)

Aaron Allston

Cover artist

Paul Youll

Publication information
Publisher

Bantam Spectra

Release date

February 2, 1998

Media type

Paperback

Pages

403

ISBN

0553578944

Chronology
Era

New Republic era

Timeline

7 ABY[1]

Series

X-Wing

Preceded by

Kella Rand, Reporting...

Followed by

X-Wing: Iron Fist

X-Wing: Wraith Squadron is the fifth installment in the X-Wing series of novels, released in 1998 by Bantam Spectra. It was written by Aaron Allston. Narration for the audio version was performed by Anthony Heald.

EditionsEdit

Publisher's summaryEdit

It is Wedge Antilles' boldest creation: a covert-action unit of X-wing fighters, its pilots drawn from the dregs of other units, castoffs and rejects given one last chance. But before the new pilots can complete their training, the squadron's base is attacked by former Imperial Admiral Trigit, and Wraith Squadron is forced to swing into action—taking over an Imperial warship and impersonating its crew. The mission: to gain vital intelligence about Trigit's secret weapons, to sabotage the admiral's plans, and to lure him into an Alliance trap. But the high-stakes gamble pits Wraith Squadron's ragtag renegades against the Empire's most brilliant master of guile and deception. Are they up to the challenge? If not, the penalty is instant death...

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Characters

Dramatis personae

The Wraiths

Wraith Squadron Support Personnel

New Republic Military

Zsinj's Forces

Other characters

Creatures

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea

Food and beverages

Occupations


Cover galleryEdit

This is a gallery of the different cover variations of X-wing: Wraith Squadron.

ErrorsEdit

The French version, X-Wing : L'Escadron Spectre, mistakenly lists Michael A. Stackpole rather than Aaron Allston as the author.

Notes and referencesEdit

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