Star Wars: Kenobi by John Jackson Miller

Synopsis:
The Republic has fallen.
Sith Lords rule the galaxy.
Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi has lost everything . . .
Everything but hope.

Review:
Obi-Wan Kenobi has delivered baby Luke Skywalker safely to a couple on Tatooine who will raise him. But as Obi-Wan is in hiding as well, he decides to stay nearby and watch over them yet not close enough to be in the way. Changing his name to simply “Ben,” Obi-Wan moves close to a small town with troubles of its own. And though he tries to keep to himself, Ben can’t help but stand up for those in trouble and do the right thing. Even if it endangers his identity.

Miller does a fantastic job of character development, even with the elusive and mysterious Sand People. The story is solid and interesting. Full of intense drama, mystery, and intrigue – Kenobi is a standout read for Star Wars fans. This was an impressive installment in the popular saga.