Boba Fett does this, Boba Fett does that. And it is all tied together with some ephemeral strand that I can't really see yet. Having the 2 different storylines, past and present, going on at the same time just isn't working. It is slowing down the story, in both lines, and being mysterious and not conveying info for the sake of being mysterious and not conveying info. Not surprised Jeter hasn't written anything beyond "The Bounty Hunter's War" in the Star War's universe. This isn't "bad", but VERY tepid and mediocre.
Chris W. (webman) reviewed Slave Ship (Star Wars: The Bounty Hunter Wars, Book 2) on
Terrible book and trilogy. Boba Fett's character is nothing like in any of the other canon novels. The book consists of 2-3 pages of action to advance the story followed by up to 13 pages of dialogue or internal thought by one of the characters. Repeat.
Also, the back cover mentions a "sentient weapon that feeds on human souls", which is not in the book.