Great Bought as a gift to complete a collection. Would definitely buy from seller again.
A good book for young kids, others skip it! Out of all the books in this not very good series, this was probably one of the worst. Right behind Zorba the Hutt's Revenge and Queen of the Empire of course. As much as I enjoy it when the characters wander around jungle planets,(my favorite) this book had an unbelievable plot, weak diologue, and an extremely childish writing style. And that Ken is a nice boy and all, but a complete geek. An attempt to relate to the "normal kid" who would be reading this book. Also the characters from the movies are either grossly exagerated, or practicly nonexistant. All of them are warped and and barely recognizabal as Star Wars characters, most of all Luke. Kids twelve and under, for whom this book is intended for, probably won't mind any of that, though, adult and teenage Star Wars fans, such as myself will probably find them boring and silly.It's not the author's fault! The Lost City of the Jedi, a book that continues on from it's equally horrible predecessor The Glove of Darth Vader, has the same style and immature characteristics that prevent it from developing any real enjoyment.A very good book. This book had lots of action and excitement. It showed many different scenes and had a great plot. It included good characters and excellent pictures. An awesome book.THIS BOOK IS HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!! This book is one of the worst Star Wars books I have ever read!!! There aren't any Jedi princes!!! And why does that Baji dude say everything in rhyme??? Don't you think that if there really was a "Lost City of the Jedi," the Rebels would have found it when they made their base there?? I advise you: if you are a true Star Wars fan, you will not read this book full of false information