Okay, bought this and read the whole thing last night. The stories have a nice variance in tone and style, especially for young adult readers; like Before the Awakening, this is meant to be more of a tune-up on what Luke's name will mean in TLJ to younger readers, rather than a full blown stand-alone adventure for the dedicated fans like, say Lost Stars or Thrawn. It's good for a quick, breezy read, and for what it does imply for Luke. Luke's gone total, 100% folk hero, complete with incredibly low profile and a distinct tendency to operate in the smaller and more obscure areas of the Galaxy. Each the stories told about him has some strong elements of either plausibility, if not for Luke himself, than at least for the events (the Jakku story). And I can't help but feel like of these are all largely new stories to the different characters who her them, which may imply that there are larger and more well-known legends that we'll only learn about once the story group starts approving Luke's more high-profile adventures after TLJ. To better explain the analysis, think about King Arthur and Robin Hood: both have dozens, if not hundreds, of obscure stories and myths, but both also have far more popular single stories, like Robin Hood at the archery contest or his duel with Guy of Gisborne, and Arthur sending out his Knights for the Holy Grail or fighting Mordred.