How was the Kessel Run done in twelve parsecs? What’s the best method of smuggling Wookie combs for the Life Day commercial season? Until now, nobody knew the answers to such questions (well, the first was answered by Solo, but no one saw it).
Recently, a team of researchers was examining the ancient wreck of the Millennium Falcon when something VERY interesting popped out of its glove compartment: a handbook full of personal notes written by those who had driven the vessel.
Now they’re publishing their findings in the form of the Star Wars Smuggler’s Guide. Subtitled Notes From The Underworld, it contains a boatload of insider information scribbled out by Han Solo, Lando Calrissian, Maz Kanata, Hondo Ohnaka, Dryden Vos and others.
The lengths to which the underworld will go for a legendary prize is unparalleled. What started as a simple logbook with a piece of valuable information was soon stolen, traded, and smuggled around the Outer Rim and shady ports. With each pirate, thief, gambler, and criminal who took possession of the book, new insight and details were added, creating the Smuggler’s Guideāa coveted collection of hidden treasure locations, advice, and hard-earned data.
You’ll never find a more wretched tome of scum and villainy…at least, nowhere other than Amazon.com, who has the exclusive rights to sell the book starting October 30, 2018. And if you like Notes from the Underworld, there are five existing artifacts like it. Look for The Jedi Path, Book of Sith, The Bounty Hunter Code, Imperial Handbook, and The Rebel Files, all at Amazon.The thread view count is