More than a simple accounting of fan-favorite characters or biggest opening weekends, this book is a compendium of the most compelling facts about the saga and fandom summarized in 100 lists.
Find out these fun facts and more with comprehensive lists covering everything you'd want to know about the characters, creatures, ships, planets, and more:
- Which character has been to the most planets?
- What are the deadliest creatures in the galaxy?
- Who shared the most memorable kisses?
- Which actors have voiced the most characters?
- What are some of the most surprising cameos?
Compiling a galaxy's worth of trivia and information about the Star Wars Universe, Star Wars: Book of Lists is an entertainingly accessible trivia format for both hardcore fans and casual viewers.
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