Hmm. I liked this one the most out of the three books in the trilogy, but that is damning with faint praise. I thought Tensent, Chass, Soran, and the Messenger were all more or less effectively told stories (even if I didn't like Tensent's progression, it was fair to the story). Kairos got a (comparatively) large amount of screen time compared to the previous two volumes and I really enjoyed her arc, although I think having her shrouded in mystery for so long cut against some of the growth. Hera had a lot of screen time to little effect - I didn't need this to be a Rebels sequel but she could have occasionally thought of one of her old compatriots or referenced a previous experience to help her out of a jam*. Wyl and Yrica's stories, though . . . they just didn't work for me. They were very close - when more people have read this I can expand on that - but both stories just missed for me in profound ways. Spoiler I hope Tensent and his crew show up in The Mandalorian. That could be fun. *I would imagine Sabine and Ezra are spoken for by the TV shows, but Chopper and Zeb could have been mentioned in some way.