Star Wars Adventures (Star Wars Legends)
#1 - Hunt the Sun Runner
A decent enough adventure with an intriguing premise, which is surprising given the book's short length. Not brilliant by any means, but also not terrible.
PS: How fortunate that a secondhand copy of this book arrived in my letterbox about 90 minutes before I'd planned to read it!
#3 - The Hostage Princess
So far, these books have been consistently okay and this one is no exception. An amusing romp with a side order of young romance. Alas, I had to read it on a dodgy website, since a year of futile searching has not yielded a secondhand copy anywhere (if you have one, please let me know!).
#6 - The Warlords of Balmorra
Wow, that was one seriously weird book - and nowhere near as fun as the previous five in the series. I found myself hoping that "it ain't over til the Hutt sings" was a real saying instead of a desperate wish and that it was applicable here, but alas no. It was not over. Windham decided to inflict more horrible lyrics on us for several pages. *shudder*
I won't be reading the rest of the series as those books reprint earlier Adventure books.
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