Lea Organa Solo had thought the beloved moss painting Killik Twilight had been lost in the destruction of her home planet Alderaan. When she learns that it is going to be auctioned off on the desert planet Tatooine she must try to recover it in order to get the Key Code that was hidden inside and save the Rebel telecommunications system Shadow Comm.
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Once on Tatooine she starts to have force visions and feelings of familiarity. When the paniting is stolen from the auction to save it from the Imperials who are trying to purchase it for their new Admiral, she finds herself at the moisture farm that Luke Skywalker had grown up on. She learns that her grandmother, Shmi Skywalker, and her father, Anakin Skywalker, had been slaves.
This starts to change her feelings about the man that she only knew as Darth Vader. Before she leaves Sylva Darklighter gives her a journal they had found that belonged to her grandmother. During the race to recover the painting and the man, Kitster Banai, who had stolen it she listens to the journal and learns more about her past. She has trouble concentrating on fighting against the Imperials and Tusken Raiders when her feelings are so confused. Can she get herself and her husband and all those helping her off of Tatooine safely and figure out her true past at the same time?
The review of this Book prepared by Somer Robb