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Posted August 25, 2003
About the only thing good about the book was the concetration around the family core. Usually there are far too many characters to keep track of in the NJO. However, I found the writing and plot to be confusing; everything seemed to jump around or not make any sense. It also seemed to me that Han and Luke were emasculated during this story. Much of the book was written from Mara's or Leia's point of view. I can remember several instances when we got to hear about how tender Luke is with Mara, or how she makes sure she assurts her control when he tries to be protective. It seemed as if the author has a feminist bias. This is one of those few books I would normally have stopped reading, but I had to make sure I knew what happened when I start the next one.
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Posted October 14, 2011
Just skip it.
The book was boring almost the entire way through. I have read about 60 Star Wars books and this was probably the worst. No real action at all and pretty much just talking the whole time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.