Man that book really did read as as a YA novel, especially with the first person perspective from Luke. But with all of the complicated details and language incorporated, I guess I shouldn't be surprised it got labelled an "adult" novel. Only piece of the New Canon I would admit to want to not read again.
Best bits for me were some of the explanations of hyperspace travel, which came as a nice surprise when I got to finally finish reading it shortly after The Last Jedi ( even though I read it on and off for like two to three years). Other than that, though I didn't really find it compelling other than the sexual tension between Luke and that female character he seemed to want to end up with.
Love all these new book announcements. It’s exciting to see that we’re finally getting some prequel type novels. To comment about the mini Heir to the Jedi convo, I actually enjoyed that book. It was a nice little Luke adventure & don’t think it’s as bad as the reviews it got. Old Jedi temples on Rodia & brain eating invisible insects? It’s awesome