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Timothy Zahn

Timothy Zahn is a science fiction novelist. He is best known for a Star Wars trilogy that picks up where Return of the Jedi left off: Heir to the Empire, Dark Force Rising, and The Last Command. These books spawned a slough of other Star Wars novels and story collections by authors like Kevin J. Anderson and Michael A. Stackpole[?]. Zahn later wrote two additional Star Wars novels, collectively called The Hand of Thrawn series, and contributed to several Star Wars short story collections.

Zahn's work isn't limited to Star Wars, though. He has also written the widely popular Conqueror's Series, which tell the story of a war between humans and a race of aliens that have indestructable spaceships and never die (well, they die, but they stick around...).

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The Thrawn Trilogy

  • Heir to the Empire
  • Dark Force Rising
  • The Last Command

The Hand of Thrawn Duology

  • Specter of the Past
  • Vision of the Future

Conqueror's Series

  • Conqueror's Pride
  • Conqueror's Heritage
  • Conqueror's Legacy

Cobra Series

  • Cobra
  • Cobra Strike
  • Cobra Bargain
  • These three were also released in one compilation called Cobras Two

Blackcollar Series

  • The Blackcollar
  • The Backlash Mission

Dragonback Series

  • Dragon and Thief


  • Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand
  • Cascade Point and Other Stories
  • Time Bomb and Zahndry Stories
  • Distant Friends and Other Stories
  • A Coming of Age
  • Spinneret
  • Triplet
  • Deadman Switch
  • War Horse
  • The Icarus Hunt
  • The Gift of Mantra (<-- Actually I believe this one is part of a seires..)

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