‘Star Wars’ ‘The Truce At Bakura’ takes place only hours after the events of ‘Return of The Jedi’. With the Empire scattered across the galaxy after the destruction of the second death star and the deaths of its main leaders Emperor Palpatine and the notorious Darth Vader, the rebellion itself is also recovering from its losses and is making its first steps towards bringing peace to the galaxy. Intercepting an imperial message drone sent from the planet Bakura, Luke Skywalker learns that the planet is in desperate need of assistance to fend off a reptilian race called the Ssi-ruuk who seem hell bound on enslaving humanity and entrapping its souls into war machines. With the empire in confusion and unable to offer aid of any kind, Princess Leia believes by helping Bakura she can make a truce with the planets leaders and gain substantial support for rebuilding the old republic. Allied with General Han Solo and his trusty co-pilot Chewbacca, Leia intends on opening up diplomatic relations with the Bakuran peoples while also fending off the threat of destruction by this amoral alien species. Luke Skywalker however recovering from injuries sustained by force lighting is intent on rebuilding the Jedi order and sees the Bakuran crisis as a way of gaining support for the rebellion. However when he receives a visitation from his former master Obi-Wan Kenobi he realizes the threat the Ssi-rruk pose is not only just to Bakura but to the galaxy itself. ‘Star Wars’ ‘The Truce at Bukura’ is a novel full of vivid locations, amazing space battles and carries on the adventures of the characters we’ve grown to love from the films. ‘Star Wars’ fans won’t be disappointed by these further adventures of the rebel alliance and its struggle to free the galaxy from war, greed and terror.