The story takes us into Han and Lando's world of less-than-savoury characters. Not a bad story in itself, but it is light on the Star Wars flavour and very long. The narrator gets two thumbs way up.
Solo's Eleven. That must have been the two word pitch for this tedious affair.
This was made bearable by the narrator's uncanny impressions of certain beloved Star Wars characters, most notably the smoother-than-smooth Lando Calrissian. But even so it felt like it dragged on far longer than it should have, with needlessly convoluted schemes and world building.
Timothy Zahn is a clever author. But this time around I just felt he was trying to out-clever himself, and tell a story that wasn't particularly Space Operatic.
Bad twist at the end, I expected better from Zahn.
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