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A Practical ManTeased at the recent Comic-Con International, StarWars.com presented today the cover art. Karen Traviss's e-novella, A Practical Man, comes out next month from Del Rey.

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Here's what Traviss had to say about the book during a publishing panel at Comic-Con International:

"Why did the Mandalorians side with the Yuuzhan Vong? What were they thinking? They're not stupid, they had to have their reasons, and that was the gap I wanted to fill. It's actually not what it seems. And the title, A Practical Man, is a reference to an obscure song that I'm not very sure few people would have heard in the UK. It's about sticking to what you believe."

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The cover artist is Steven D. Anderson; the illustration is based on a recent publicity still.


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