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MedStar I: Battle Surgeons

Medstar I: Battle Surgeons
Author Michael Reaves and Steve Perry
Cover artist David Seeley
Country United States
Language English
Series Medstar
Canon C
Subject Star Wars
Genre Science fiction
Publisher Del Rey
Publication date
June 29, 2004
Media type Paperback
Pages 320
ISBN ISBN 0-345-46310-2
Followed by MedStar II: Jedi Healer

MedStar I: Battle Surgeons is the first of two Del Rey Star Wars books by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry set in the Star Wars galaxy during the Clone Wars. The book takes place two years after Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, and 21 years before Episode IV: A New Hope.

Summary

The Clone Wars that swept across the galaxy in the twilight years of the Republic engulfed more than Jedi Knights, clone troopers and droid soldiers. On the fierce battlefields of Drongar, a tiny med unit tends to those wounded from the ceaseless combat waged on the jungle world for control of a priceless native plant.

In the pages of this Clone Wars novel, readers will meet a surgeon that cloaks his despair with sardonic wit; another who weathers the death and misery of Drongar by making beautiful music; a compassionate nurse with her heart in her work and her eye on a doctor; and a Jedi Padawan on a healing mission without her Master.

Characters

  • Jos Vondar
  • Barriss Offee
  • Luminara Unduli
  • Tolk le Trene
  • Zan Yant
  • Den Dhur
  • I-5YQ
  • Admiral Tarnese Bleyd
  • Phow Ji
  • Kaird
  • Mathal
  • Leemoth
  • Colonel D'Arc Vaetes
  • Tanisuldees
  • Filba
  • Usu Cley
  • Klo Merit
  • Kardash Josen
  • CT-914
  • Rorand Zuzz
  • Colonel Kohn Doil
  • Baloob

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