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I listen to audiobooks almost exclusively when it comes to Star Wars, so here are my recommendations:
- The Han Solo Trilogy by A C Crispin (Paradise Snare/Hutt Gambit/Rebel Dawn). Early Han up to meeting Luke & Obi-wan in the cantina.
- Death Troopers by Joe Schreiber. Star Wars & zombies. The prequel, Red Harvest, isn't nearly as good.
- I, Jedi by Michael A Stackpole, which is a companion piece to the Jedi Academy Trilogy by Kevin J Anderson (Jedi Search/Dark Apprentice/Champions of the Force). This series doesn't get a lot of love, but I find it enjoyable.
- Tales of the Jedi & Dark Lords of the Sith - Old Republic era
- Soldier for the Empire: The Legends account of rebels stealing the Death Star plans.
- Rebel Agent: A prequel & sequel to Soldier for the Empire. More adventures with Kyle Katarn
- The NPR audio dramas of A New Hope/Empire Strikes Back/Return of the Jedi. Mark Hamill is Luke for the first two; Anthony Daniels appears throughout. Also features Billy Dee Williams.
- Rebel Mission to Ord Mantell: Same crew that produced the NPR dramas. Tells the tale of the bounty hunter Han met on Ord Mantell, as mentioned in Empire Strikes Back.
- Smuggler's Gambit/Bounty/Revenge: A trilogy of live audio dramas from various Star Wars celebration events.
- Dark Empire I & II/Empire's End: The Emperor is back, and Luke turns to the Dark Side. Again, not a fan favorite but I like them.
- Crimson Empire: Sequel to the above trilogy.
- Outcasts: Old Republic Star Wars
- Rise of the Nobility: A flashback drama that takes place during The Phantom Menace.
- Marvels: A mostly tongue-in-cheek series based on early Marvel comic Star Wars, featuring Jaxxon the 'rabbit'.
- In the Shadows: Excellent production, good voice acting. Set before A New Hope and featuring some EU characters.
- Codename Starkeeper: Set after Return of the Jedi. The sequel, Colonel Ledok and the Mission to Qalabar, was more of a spoof.