And now to the main body of the post: recent trips to Maly.
I, Jedi by Michael Stackpole. Other than the fact that it is definitely an adult book, there isn't much to say. Mirax disappeared, and Corran goes to look for her. The story is not so much about the search as about Corran coming to terms with himself: who he is, who he is not. I didn't love it, and I didn't hate it.
The Force Unleashed by Sean Williams. An adult book, but not as much as I, Jedi is. It tells the tale of a young man as he goes from Starkiller, Darth Vader's secret apprentice, *SPOILER ALERT* to Galen Marek, the first Rebel. *END SPOILER* I enjoyed this book, especially towards the end.
Cloak of Deception, Labyrinth of Evil, and Millennium Falcon, all by James Luceno. I haven't read these yet, but I have them sitting in my room, ready to go. I'm especially looking forward to Cloak of Deception and Labyrinth of Evil, as I hope to see Obi-Wan's pure epicness in them.
Suvivor's Quest, by Timothy Zahn. I have not read this book either, but it is written by the amazing Timothy Zahn, so it looks very promising. In addition, the cover indicates there'll be some Mitth'raw'nuruodo, a.k.a. Grand Admiral Thrawn and one of my favorite bad guys. (For those of you who don't know who Thrawn is, he's the blue guy with red eyes.) AND THE CHISS AND FROST GIANTS ARE RELATED!!! Or they should be. Too bad they're different fandoms. *sigh*
Last but not least, The Children of Hurin, by J.R.R. Tolkien. (I have yet to read this.) It was in the sci-fi section, its author is the same one who wrote the famous Lord of the Rings Trilogy, and the version I checked out has full-page, color illustrations.