The Golden Globe was the first Star Wars book I ever read, and it started an obsession with Star Wars that lasted until I found out what happens in Star By Star. I was nine years old when my older brother (who was obsessed with Star Wars before I was) brought The Golden Globe home for me from the library. He thought I might like to read it. I remember that I started the book in the morning, and was soon hooked. I couldn't put it down. Unfortunately, I had an appointment with the eye doctor that day, and they put eye drops in my eyes, which blurred my vision for a few hours so that I couldn't read. When my eyes had finally cleared enough so that I could read, I sat and did nothing but read for the rest of the day, finishing the book before I went to bed. It was the first book I ever finished in one day, and ever since then, Anakin Solo has been my favourite Star Wars character. A few years after the first time I read it, I picked it up in the library again and read it for the second time. I think that's when I read the rest of the series, except for Promises, the third book in the series, which I couldn't find anywhere. I didn't find a copy of it until I was fourteen years old, but I was still delighted to read it. I think I've read The Golden Globe three times. Anyone who likes Anakin and Tahiri as much as I do, and who hasn't read all these books and Conquest and Rebirth, (from the New Jedi Order Series) should. But I warn you, don't read Star By Star if you're easily upset. I don't like the way Tahiri is portrayed in that. Plus there's that other event..... I'm afraid I've rather lost my liking for Star Wars now. The expanded Universe stuff, anyway. But the fact remains that this is an amazing book, it has great characters and a plot that gets you so hooked, you'll spend five years looking for all the sequels, just like I did.