E.K. Johnston’s Star Wars: Queen’s Hope Delayed Till April 2022

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The release of E.K. Johnston’s Star Wars: Queen’s Hope, the follow up to Queen’s Peril and Queen’s Shadow, has been pushed back from November 2nd 2021, to April 5th 2022, about seven weeks before Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim.

A peace-loving senator faces a time of war in another thrilling Padmé Amidala adventure from the author of the New York Times best-sellers Queen’s Peril and Queen’s Shadow!

Padmé is adjusting to being a wartime senator during the Clone Wars. Her secret husband, Anakin Skwyalker, is off fighting the war, and excels at being a wartime Jedi. In contrast, when Padmé gets the opportunity to see the casualties on the war-torn front lines, she is horrified. The stakes have never been higher for the galaxy, or for the newly-married couple.

Meanwhile, with Padmé on a secret mission, her handmaiden Sabé steps into the role of Senator Amidala, something no handmaiden has done for an extended period of time. While in the Senate, Sabé is equally horrified by the machinations that happen there. She comes face to face with a gut-wrenching decision as she realizes that she cannot fight a war this way, not even for Padmé.

And Chancellor Palpatine hovers over it all, manipulating the players to his own ends…

Preorder Queen’s Hope from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk, with a release date now set for April 5th, 2022. Read more about the book here.

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