Boba Fett: Crossfire

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Boba Fett: Crossfire
File:Boba Fett Crossfire.jpg
Cover artistPeter Bollinger
CountryUnited States
SeriesBoba Fett
Canon C
SubjectStar Wars
GenreScience Fiction
Publication date
April 1, 2003
Media typePaperback
ISBN0-439-39002-8 Search this book on Logo.png.
Preceded byBoba Fett: The Fight to Survive 
Followed byBoba Fett: Maze Of Deception 

Boba Fett: Crossfire is a children's science fiction book by Terry Bisson set in the Star Wars galaxy at the beginning of the Clone Wars. This 2003 sequel to Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive was published by Scholastic Press. The book takes place one month after the Battle of Geonosis in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, and 22 years before the Battle of Yavin in Episode IV: A New Hope.

In August 2008, the first three books in this series were repackaged as a Borders exclusive hardcover edition. The book is listed as "Part I" and it is expected that the second three books will receive similar treatment.


Young Boba Fett is brought to Count Dooku's lair on the planet of Raxus Prime by Aurra Sing. Boba Fett snoops around finding out what the Separatists are there for: the Force Harvester.

Clone Troopers attack the planet's Separatist forces, rescue Boba Fett as an orphan taking him to a large ship in outer space. On board the Casanderri, Boba Fett hides himself under the name"Teff" and meets another orphan who he develops a friendship with. This bond is broken when Boba flees the ship when it lands on Bespin. Boba Fett escapes to search for his ship Slave 1 which was taken by Aurra Sing. Both meet upon a moon and agree to get Boba Fett his father's money, in exchange for half. The two leave for Count Dooku.

Boba Fett: Part I: Survival[edit]

Boba Fett: Part I: Survival collects the first three books in the Boba Fett series of young readers novels from Scholastic: Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive, Boba Fett: Crossfire, and Boba Fett: Maze of Deception.

Main characters[edit]

  • Boba Fett
  • Aurra Sing
  • Count Dooku

External links[edit]

Other articles of the topic Children and Young Adult Literature : Danger Boy, Ali Cross, Dunc Gets Tweaked, Demon Thief, Dunc's Halloween, The Lab (novel), Wesley King
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