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‘From a Certain Point of View: Return of the Jedi’ Stories Revealed

By George Bate & Josh Bate

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On May 25, 1983, Return of the Jedi hit theaters and confirmed to audiences what many already knew – Star Wars is the greatest movie franchise of all time. Forty years later and Return of the Jedi is still looked upon as an epic conclusion to the original trilogy. In honor of this 40th anniversary, Random House Worlds have prepared the release of Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View: Return of the Jedi. The new anthology book features 40 stories from 40 authors, who re-create iconic scenes from Return of the Jedi through the perspective of a supporting character.

Today, Random House Worlds and Del Rey have revealed details about each story in the upcoming anthology, including each story’s main character, author, and a brief description. Check out a full breakdown of the 40 stories from Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View: Return of the Jedi below:

1. “Any Work Worth Doing” by Amal El-Mohtar. This short story will focus on Moff Jerjerrod.

2. “Fancy Man” by Phil Szostak. This short story will focus on Max Rebo.

3. “The Key to Remembering” by Olivia Chadha. This short story will focus on EV-9D9.

4. “Fortuna Favors the Bold” by Kwame Mbalia. This short story focuses on Bib Fortuna.

5. “Dune Sea Songs of Salt and Moonlight” by Thea Guanzon. It is unclear who this short story will focus on.

6. “The Plan” by Saladin Ahmed. This short story will focus on Malakili and his Rancor.

7. “Reputation” by Tara Sim. This short story will focus on Boba Fett.

8. “Kickback” by K Arsenault Rivera. This short story will focus on Sion.

9. “Everyone’s a Critic” by Sarah Glenn Marsh. This short story will focus on Salacious B. Crumb.

10. “Satisfaction” by Kristin Baver. The short story will focus on Sy Snootles.

11. “My Mouth Never Closes” by Charlie Jane Anders. This short story will focus on the Sarlacc.

12. “Kernels and Husks” by Jason Fry. This short story will focus on Sim Aloo.

13. “The Light that Falls” by Akemi Dawn Bowman. This short story will focus on Bright-Eyes.

14. “From a Certain Point of View” by Alex Jennings. This short story will focus on Obi-Wan Kenobi.

15. “No Contingency” by Fran Wilde. This short story will focus on Mon Mothma.

16. “The Burden of Leadership” by Danny Lore. This short story will focus on Lando Calrissian.

17. “Gone to the Winner’s Circle” by Patricia A. Jackson. This short story will focus on TK-290.

18. “One Normal Day” by Mary Kenney. This short story will focus on Wicket.

19. “Divine Intervention (?)” by Paul Crilley. This short story will focus on Logray.

20. “The Buy-In” by Suzanne Walker. This short story will focus on Norra Wexley.

21. “The Man Who Captured Luke Skywalker” by Max Gladstone. This short story will focus on Commander Igar.

22. “Ackbar” by Jarrett J. Krosoczka. This short comic (!!) will focus on Admiral Ackbar.

23. “The Impossible Flight of Ash Angels” by Marieke Nijkamp. This short story focuses on Arvel Crynyd.

24. “Ending Protocol” by Hannah Whitten. This short story will focus on Riz.

25. “The Last Flight” by Ali Hazelwood. This short story will focus on Sila Kott.

26. “Twenty and Out” by Lamar Giles. This short story will focus on Corr.

27. “The Ballad of Nanta” by Sarah Kuhn. This short story will focus on Nanta.

28. “Then Fall, Sidious” by Olivie Blake. This short story will focus on Emperor Palpatine.

29. “Impact” by Sean Williams.

30. “Trooper Trouble” by Laura Pohl. This short story will focus on TK-423.

31. “To the Last” by Dana Schwartz. This short story will focus on Admiral Piett.

32. “The Emperor’s Red Guards” by Gloria Chao.

33. “Wolf Trap” by Alyssa Wong. This short story will focus on Hoyel.

34. “The Extra Five Percent” by M.K. England. This short story will focus on Karie.

35. “When Fire Marked the Sky” by Emma Mieko Candon. This short story will focus on Wedge Antilles.

36. “The Chronicler” by Danielle Paige.

37. “The Veteran” by Adam Lance Garcia. This short story will focus on Dexter Jettster.

38. “Brotherhood” by Mike Chen. This short story will focus on Anakin Skywalker

39. “The Steadfast Soldier” by Adam Christopher. This short story will focus on Enric Pryde.

40. “Return of the Whills” by Tom Angleberger.

From a certain point of review return of the jedi

Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View: Return of the Jedi will release on Hardcover and eBook on August 29. Stay tuned to The HoloFiles and Star Wars Holocron for continued coverage of the book and everything else from a galaxy far, far away.

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