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Guide to the Expanded Universe

Want an instant,non(ok, maybe slightly) confusing guide to the Expanded Universe of Star Wars Books?

Read my Instant Guide To The EU here.

Read my quick overview of the Legacy of the Force series(commonly abbreviated as the Legacy series) here.

Read my review of the New Jedi order here.

Books I have read:
..because I am obsessed and have no life.
If you have any questions about any of them, ask me.
In no particular order. 

The Original Trilogy(George Lucas, Donald Glut, Lawrence Kasdan)

Young Jedi Knights:
The Lost Ones
Diversity Alliance
Delusions of Grandeur
Jedi Bounty
Jedi Under Siege
Shadow Academy
Darkest Knight
Shards of Aldaaran
Return to Ord Mantell(see, here the titles get longer)
Trouble on Cloud City(and start sounding like Nancy Drew books)
Crisis at Crystal Reef

Junior Jedi Knights(an obscure series no one has heard of, not worth reading but not bad)
Anakin's Quest
The Golden Globe
Lyric's World

Every Single Jedi Knight/Apprentice book (and there are way too many to list here so just google it.)

Boba Fett
The Fight to Survive
Maze of Deception

Galaxy of Fear(worst SW series I have ever read, good books but not for Star Wars)
Eaten Alive

Rebel Force

Thrawn Trilogy
Heir to the Empire
Dark Force Rising
The Last Command

Hand of Thrawn Duology(awesomest titles award)
Specter of the Past
Vision of the Future

Jedi Academy Trilogy
Champions of the Force
Dark Apprentice

Republic Commando
Triple Zero 
True Colors 
Order 66

New Jedi Order(ooh, boy...-deep breath-)
Vector Prime
Dark Tide: Onslaught
Dark Tide:Ruin
 Agents of Chaos:Hero's Trial
Balance Point
Edge of Victory:Conquest
Edge of Victory: Rebirth
Star By Star
Dark Journey
Enemy Lines:Rebel Dream
Enemy Lines: Rebel Stand
Destiny's Way
Force Heretic:Remnant
Force Heretic:Refugee
Force Heretic: Reunion
The Final Prophecy
The Unifying Force

Dark Nest
The Joiner King
The Unseen Queen 

Legacy of the Force

Fate of the Jedi

The Crystal Star
Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor
Outbound Flight
Survivor's Quest

Started but not finished
The Approaching Storm
  Millennium Falcon

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