What can I say? This is the closest the EU's gotten to being this "Star Wars"-y, for lack of a better term, since sometime back in the Bantam era (with a few notable exceptions- see Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor for the most prominent). It's very rare nowadays to see an EU work "get" the feeling of Star Wars so thoroughly that I feel just like I did when I first discovered the EU existed as a kid in the 90's via the copies of the Thrawn Trilogy my dad got from one of those sci fi book clubs. That feeling of wonder and amazement that the story of the films was actually continuing, and the ecstatic glee that they actually managed to capture the feeling of the films on page. Knight Errant so far has no problems giving me that kind of feeling again, so forgive me if I'm a tad overenthusiastic.