Apologies for the vague title, but I couldn't think of a way to phrase it without implicitly spoiling Invincible, for obvious reasons. This thread was approved by [hl=silver]Rogue Follower[/hl]. [hr] So, Jacen Solo-- arguably the star of the post-Civil War era, and undoubtedly the most controversial character of the same-- is dead. Now seems like a good time, then, to go back and give his life story a run-through, if only to see how well it all fits together. To this end, I plan on reading everything Jacen appears in chronologically, starting with The Last Command and working my way toward Invincible. I'm not going to be reading the entirety of anything, with a few exceptions (Traitor comes to mind)-- only the sections of each book that is relevant to Jacen. This will take some time, probably; I'll be borrowing the point-by-point format Rogue1.5 uses for his Journey through the EU, so I shouldn't spend too long writing my analyses, but... don't expect this to be done anytime soon. Of course, anyone who wants is welcome to follow along and post their own comments. My only request for any discussion that takes place in this thread is that it stays fairly focused. I'm gonna try and act like I don't know anything about anything here, both for fun and to avoid preconceived ideas. So, no spoilers! The first post will follow shortly.