Read Life and Legend... it's a recap of a bunch of Obi-Wan stories from various novels and the films put together chronologically. Nothing new or deeply insightful, but entertaining, yes.
Also, yesterday I went to free comic book day at my local mom&pop book store but much to my disappointment, they no longer participate. It's a cool place - they sell new comics and used books. I can get lost in there for hours! So even though I didn't get a free comic, I was happy to find copies of my missing JA books... 2 and 3! Now my series is complete
Yeah and the print is easier on the eyes. I have distance glasses but I hate to think I might need reading glasses too. I can read the small print just fine but my eyes start bugging out on me after a while and it takes more than a few minutes to adjust back to seeing everything else clearly. Weird.
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter won't mind.
Me too! Legacy of the Jedi was the first SW book I read, and I tend to measure other books against the JA/JQ standard. (Last of the Jedi was okay too, just not enough Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, or Anakin) One thing I really like about them is that the fate of the galaxy isn't at stake in every single book, like it is in a lot of the others. Sure, there are some climactic events in SW, but I would rather read 50 books about Jedi on missions rather than tales of massive war, plague, and endless villains trying to take over the galaxy every two weeks. There is so much time on the timeline, and this type of events could be spaced out more.
Another great thing about Watson's books is that they are about my favorite characters! Hardly anyone else has written about Qui-Gon. I wish there were stories about him when he was a Padawan.