The cover of the novel “Star Wars: The High Republic: Convergence” revealed

The first Star Wars Phase Two adult novel: The High Republic is on the horizon, and we finally get to see the cover of that book, Convergence by Zoraida Córdova. You can expect to read this one on November 15, 2022. The book had an original release date of October 4, but seems to have been pushed back for some reason.

Keep in mind that this is not the actual start of phase two. Before we get to that, we will have path of deception (October 4, 2022), Marvel’s The High Republic (October 2022), Hidden City Quest (November 1, 2022), Marvel’s The blade (November 2022), and Dark Horse’s The Nameless Terror (November 2022).

Phase two is approaching though! Take a look at the Star Wars: The High Republic: Convergence coverage below to satiate your appetite until the official start of Phase Two with path of deception in October.

Cover of Star Wars: Convergence (The High Republic)

You can currently pre-order the upcoming book on Amazon.

Star Wars: The High Republic: Convergence Synopsis:

The next High Republic adventure begins to expand the new era of Star Wars, with a story set generations before Light of the Jedi.

It is a time of exploration. The Jedi travel the galaxy, expanding their understanding of the Force and all worlds and beings connected by it. Meanwhile, the Republic, led by its two Chancellors, works to unite the worlds in an ever-growing community among the stars near and far.

On the planets in close orbit of Eiram and E’ronoh, the difficulties of growing a galaxy with limited resources but unlimited ambition are keenly felt. Their hatred for each other has fueled half a decade of escalating conflict and now threatens to consume surrounding systems. The last hope for peace emerges when the heirs to the royal families of the two planets plan to marry.

Before a lasting peace can be established, an assassination attempt targeting the couple plunges Eiram and E’ronoh into all-out war. To save both worlds, Jedi Knight Gella Nattai volunteers to uncover the culprit, while Chancellor Kyong appoints his son, Axel Greylark, to represent Republic interests in the investigation.

But Axel’s deep mistrust of the Jedi clashes with Gella’s faith in the Force. She’s never met such a bloated and privileged partygoer, and he’s never met a more earnest and relentless benefactor. The harder they try to unravel the dark web of the investigation, the more complicated the plot seems. With accusations flying and potential enemies lurking in every shadow, the duo will have to work together in hopes of uncovering the truth and saving both worlds.

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Irene B. Bowles