"Brea and Senni watched the suns set from atop a rock formation. Tatooine might be a desert wasteland lacking in any culinary delicacies, but few things in the galaxy compared to the brilliance of its sunsets."
―Excerpt from "You Owe Me a Ride"[src]

"You Owe Me a Ride" is a short story in the anthology From a Certain Point of View. The story, written by Zoraida Córdova, focuses on the point of view of the Tonnika sisters.[1]

Plot summaryEdit

The Tonnika sisters, Brea and Senni, wake up in their small room in Mos Eisley. They need credits, soon, so they can get off Tatooine, because they are wanted women. Brea knows that Jabba the Hutt has a job, so the sisters go to his palace. There, they find that Jabba has placed a bounty on their associate Han Solo, for not paying his debts to the crime lord. Upon their return to Mos Eisley, and after getting up the next day, the sisters discuss the job. Brea thinks that they could get Han to go quietly, but Senni points out that his Wookiee bodyguard will be a problem.

They ultimately decide to try something else: stealing the Millennium Falcon, because they need a fast ship and Han is always boasting that his is the fastest around. Needing to find out where the Falcon is docked, Brea and Senni head to Chalmun's Cantina, and eventually overhear that it's in Docking Bay 94. They go there, only to have to hide quickly when they find out that Jabba is there as well. Senni tells Brea, after they sneak out of the docking bay, that there's something strange going on. After the Falcon blasts its way out of the port, the sisters decide to steal another ship from a different bay, because due to the recent events there won't be much of a guard.


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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 TwitterLogo @zlikeinzorro (Zoraida Córdova) on Twitter. "Tonnika sisters ride or die. #FromACertainPoV is out Oct 3rd! Pre-order ->"
  2. TwitterLogo @christrevas (Chris Trevas‏) on Twitter. "What a great book to be a part of! #FromACertainPOV"
  3. 3.0 3.1 SWCustom-2011 Star Wars: From A Certain Point of View Anthology Book Celebrates 40 Years of a Galaxy Far, Far Away on