This book dragged a bit, I'm not big on the political machinations in any universe, just get to the good stuff. But the storyline is good and it's nice to see some new characters, and old characters with new life in them. It may sound sexist, but I've never been a fan of any of the female writers Star Wars has brought in. Traviss is an exception, she wrote strong characters and kept a good pace for the most part.
the whole legacey of the force series in a thought provoking series dealing with fictionalized aspects on any war agienst terror.What is considered terror? who gets to set the bounderies of right and wrong? If you do bad things are you nessaseary evil? those are some of the questions raised.
Bloodlines is the second book in the series following both Han and Leia on the independant recently blockaded Corrilla. as well as there son Jacen who is the leader of an underground secret police approved by the goverenment to take care of the corrillian terroist. Jacen decides to learn the ways of the sith from a old lady of the sith Lumaya Justaifying his actions with pure intentions.
Boba has a big part in this book but he really dosent help the story go. If you a Boba fanboy you will be disapointed.
If you like Mandos thrown in with the other Star Wars characters here is your book. It's an interseting plot line with Boba and Han teaming up for the first time but it opened the door to other issues in the fandom that is causing alot of strife. But like with other series you can't understand the other books without reading this one.
Want to learn more about Boba Fett? This is the book for you then. Karen Traviss adds the correct flavors of the Star Wars themes and keeps you on your toes at the same time. This is the second of a series of books that will tug at your heart and make you say Oh No! and Ya! at the same time.
eh- Traviss is no Zahn-- I was hoping for another Tales of Fett-- this was rather disappointing.