Chuck Wendig's Aftermath books act as a sort of in-between trilogy, bridging a lot of the gap between the original Star Wars trilogy and The Force Awakens. Each book has been better than the one before it, and Empire's End is the best by far. It also brings a lot of changes and additions to the new canon. Here's everything we learned about a galaxy far, far away.
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You know how Luke confronted Obi-Wan Kenobi for saying that Darth Vader killed his father when the truth was that Darth Vader was his father? And Obi-Wan says that everything he said was true "from a certain point of view"? Well, thanks to the newest Star Wars novel, that isn't just a pile of bantha poodoo -- it's part of a Force-worshipping religion.
If you've only been watching Star Wars movies over the past two years, you've missed a bunch of great stuff. The comics, books and TV shows have featured huge revelations and new characters. In the case of the books, though, most of the new stuff has only been visible in our imaginations. Until now.
One of the most significant events between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens is the birth of Han and Leia's son Ben. In this exclusive excerpt from Empire's End, the final instalment in Chuck Wendig's Star Wars: Aftermath trilogy, it turns out Lando's been a bit too busy to pay much attention to his old friends or their babies.