Good book, but could have been better. After all of the action in Bloodlines, this just seemed slow. I understand that this is just part of the over all story, but it didn't really start picking up until the end. I guess that is a good thing because it wants me to read the next book, Exile, even more.
Two words: Boba Fett! This is a wonderful look at a character who, at one time, was defined by his mystery. But I think that it has been wonderful that authors are beginning to open up his life and story. This book also sets into motion the rest of series. As Boba Fett sees himself in his newly found grand-daughter but we see Jacen Solo follow the exact same path his grandfather, Anakin Sykwalker, took on his path to becoming a Sith Lord.
I have just been flying though this book. So far my favorite chapter has been over Real World in which Klosterman reveals how much time he has spent not only watching and memorizing each season of the show, but also how the show has caused a generation of people to become one dimensional and how we all have accepted that to be the norm now.
Relaxed on my reading of this as I got caught back up in WOW, but the last few issues have been great! Just got through reading the story arc where the alien Starman was re-introduced at the Carnival freak show. James Robinson's writing is just amazing, and he brings such a richness to all of the chraracters.
Just a wonderful, wonderful collection of Blog Posts from Kevin Smith. Alot posts deal with him and his wife getting freaky and then him letting the dogs out, but all of them hillarious. Best part of the book is his retelling of his friendship with Jason Mewes, who was Jay to his Silent Bob, and the many times he tried to get Mewes sober. Reminded me of my friendship with by best friend Rob, R.I.P.