But I digress.
The book covers a lot of familiar Star Wars territory. There is a town that bears more than a passing resemblance to Mos Eisley, a Cantina full of dancing girls and shady characters, a smuggler and his sidekick. But at least it doesn't use Luke and Leia and the usual cast.
The plot involves a time traveling Sith ship from 5000 years ago and a jedi from the "present time" who's been having a vision so powerful that he is compelled to seek out it's meaning. The entire cast converges at a seemingly abandoned Imperial research station.
What I liked : The plot moved quickly and there was a good amount of action. There are some links that tie this book to other EU works, and as I said above I like seeing different characters beyond the core movie characters and their offspring. It's obviously set up for a sequel but this book's plot lines are tied up at the end.
What I didn't like : I thought the two jedi were kind of generic and not distinguishable from each other. The scenes with an Anzat assasin were pretty squicky.