Remaining Lost Tribe of the Sith Titles Revealed

book-newsThe titles to the final four Lost Tribe of the Sith eBooks have been revealed today in the latest version of the official Star Wars novels timeline from Del Rey. The titles are Purgatory, Sentinel, Pantheon, and Secrets. Lost Tribe of the Sith is written by John Jackson Miller. It is a prequel to the Fate of the Jedi series, and takes place during the Old Republic era. The release dates of the remaining eBooks has yet to be announced. timelineThere were very few other new items from the updated release schedule, but the timeline of the Lost Tribe of the Sith books is interesting. The final two, Pantheon and Secrets, will take place several hundred years after the previous eBooks. According to the timeline, The Old Republic novels Deceived and Fatal Alliance, along with the horror novel Red Harvest, all take place after the first six books, but before the final two. Red Harvest, which will be released on December 28th, was thought to be set after all of the Lost Tribe of the Sith stories. It was also thought to be the first book after the Lost Tribe series, with books like Mandorla and the The Old Republic titles coming later. The only timeline changes that appear to have been made in this update take place in the Old Republic era. The Lost Tribe of the Sith deals with the Sith organization that are playing an important role in The Fate of the Jedi series, though the story is only about the tribe's past. The first four books, Precipice, Skyborn, Paragon, and Savior, are all available for free as downloads, but will be released in paper form at some point. You can view the entire novel timeline update as a PDF here. You can also check out the latest version of The Star Wars Timeline Gold, by Nathan Butler, to get a much larger grasp of the timeline, including comics and games. Source: (Thanks Chris!)

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