Review: Light of the Jedi by Charles Soule
And that's really it. I had the feeling that this one was more of a vehicle to introduce readers to The High Republic, and the role of both Jedi and Nihil within. The narrative was crowded with characters and I felt that I didn't get to know any of them in a meaningful way, which was kind of annoying as I had a real soft spot for Burryaga Agaburrya, the Wookie (and Jedi Padawan) featured on the front cover. The story is action packed enough and the author's love and knowledge of Star Wars shines through.