Most Wanted (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel)

Most Wanted (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel)

Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a lot. They're street kids on the industrial planet Corellia, doing whatever it takes to get by, dreaming of something more. They each jump at a chance to prove themselves in the perilous world of Corellia's criminal underbelly, only to discover they are on the Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a lot. Th...

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Title:Most Wanted (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel)
Author:Rae Carson
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Genres:Media Tie In
ISBN:Most Wanted
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:348 pages pages

Most Wanted (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel) Reviews

  • Jessica
    Jun 05, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

  • Josh
    Jul 03, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

  • Andrew
    Jun 05, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

  • Adam
    Jun 11, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

  • Nick Scott
    Jun 04, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    I read the Kindle version of Most Wanted. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Most Wanted leads a teenaged Han Solo and Qi'ra on an adventure through the mean streets of Corellia. Working as part of a street gang, the White Worms, Han Solo has a tough life. They liv...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    Set shortly before the film ?Solo: A Star Wars Story,? this novel is the story of Han?s and Qi?ra?s first mission together. As potential candidates for a promotion within the White Worm street gang, they are ordered by the gang matriarch Lady Proxima to participate in differe...

    This was an alright Story about the life Han and Qi'ra lived on Corellia shortly before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Carson's writing is good here, I really felt like I got to know more of the headspaces of Han and Qi'ra, which fed perfectly into the movie. There are some oth...

  • Shelley
    Jun 20, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

  • Ceilidh
    Jun 02, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

  • Justine
    May 27, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

  • Nicis
    May 27, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

  • Neil Hepworth
    Jun 05, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

  • Joseph Cook
    Jul 03, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

  • Jorge de la Vega
    Jun 10, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

  • Jim C
    Jul 01, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

  • Jeff
    Jun 03, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    I read the Kindle version of Most Wanted. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Most Wanted leads a teenaged Han Solo and Qi'ra on an adventure through the mean streets of Corellia. Working as part of a street gang, the White Worms, Han Solo has a tough life. They liv...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

  • Jaime K
    May 26, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

  • Cynthia
    Jul 04, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

  • Steve Davala
    Jun 20, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

  • Khurram
    Jun 03, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

  • Khara
    Jun 28, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

  • Bradley
    Jun 26, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    I read the Kindle version of Most Wanted. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Most Wanted leads a teenaged Han Solo and Qi'ra on an adventure through the mean streets of Corellia. Working as part of a street gang, the White Worms, Han Solo has a tough life. They liv...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    Set shortly before the film ?Solo: A Star Wars Story,? this novel is the story of Han?s and Qi?ra?s first mission together. As potential candidates for a promotion within the White Worm street gang, they are ordered by the gang matriarch Lady Proxima to participate in differe...

  • Cambear
    Jun 05, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

  • Jason
    Jun 09, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

  • N.E.C.C.
    Jun 23, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

  • May
    Jul 02, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

  • Kelley
    Jun 02, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

  • Mr. Morgan
    Jun 03, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

  • Rick
    Jul 10, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

    As with most of the new Star Wars books these days I listened to Most Wanted on Audible. This one was read by Saskia Maarleveld, I don't believe I've listened to any of her audiobooks before, but she was amazing. I didn't have any expectations going into this new Star Wars Adventure. I...

    This was my first foray into a Star Wars book, though, I had been wanting to delve deeper into the world, other than the trilogy movies. I'm a huge fan of the original three films (4, 5, 6), the sequels (7, 8, and soon to be 9), even including the Star Wars Stories: Rogue One and Solo,...

    I listened to this book via Audible. If Solo: A Star Wars Story is the Han Solo origin story, then Most Wanted is the origin story's origin story. Set before the events of the film, if you enjoyed the parts of the movie set on Corellia and wanted to learn more about Han's time there...

    The best part about this little prequel is the lack of traditional YA elements that often accompany any such novel (as was the case with Lost Stars, Ahsoka, Princess of Alderaan and even Rebel Rising). Two street rats, double-crossed by their boss and thrown into a power struggle betwe...

    This book takes place before the movie Solo. Han and Qi'ra both work for Lady Proxima and her group the White Worms, and live down in the sewers. They don't really know each other yet or trust each other. Both are trying to get the promotion to be named Head. While out working on wha...

    Most Wanted was fast-paced, entertaining, and gave great insight to the characters Han and Qi'ra of the new Star Wars movie, Solo. I loved all of the background about their childhood growing up in the slums of Corellia. Han's knack for picking up languages and improvising his way out o...

    I'm a little wary of media tie-in books. Most are poor excuses for writing and written just to make a buck when a movie is released. That being said, I was delightfully surprised by this book (3.5/5). With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Disney released an adult Han+Lando novel...

    I read the Kindle version of Most Wanted. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Most Wanted leads a teenaged Han Solo and Qi'ra on an adventure through the mean streets of Corellia. Working as part of a street gang, the White Worms, Han Solo has a tough life. They liv...

  • Cavak
    Jun 21, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...

    I pretty much go into all of these expecting sub-mediocrity these days, but after Last Shot, this was a pleasant surprise. It's a simple, competently told story with a clear anchor in the emotional through line of both POV characters. And it provides much-needed insight into the world ...

    The story follows Han and Qi?ra, and is set before ?Solo ? A Star Wars Story?, although there is no real hint of timelines. Given their relationship in the movie, where they are in the White Worm Gang etc, it is obviously a bit before the movie. The two of them are players in o...

    Not the greatest and not the worst. Most Wanted expects you to have some knowledge of Star Wars beforehand. I've read other licensed works that tried harder to guide readers who are not familiar with the IP's lore, and the writing couldn't be clearer that this was not one of them (...

  • Seadrift
    Jun 26, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

  • Shawn Walcott
    Jul 12, 2018

    Thank you Rae Carson for getting Han Solo spot on. After reading Last Shot I was a little worried about reading another Han Solo book. I think it makes a big difference when a book is written by a fan. I enjoyed this book right from the beginning, Rae I think managed to capture all ...

    Set some time prior to the Solo film, Most Wanted features Han and Qi'ra before they became the charismatic characters on the screen as they struggle to eek out an existence in the sewers as members of the Lady Proxima led White Worms on the planet Corellia. When a position opens u...

    This felt more like I was reading a juvenile Star Wars novel, than a novel dedicated to an adult audience. I got to know some about Solo's background, which was enjoyable enough, and the introduction of Solo's -possibly - first love interest showed me a more human side. The book wasn't...

    Dear Disney and Lucasfilm, If you're really going to take a bit of time to reflect and revise on your whole Star Wars strategy, let me suggest you also reevaluate your line of novels. Lately, they're been really boring, and lately you've been giving novels to authors who don't know ...

    Super fun "prequel" to the Solo movie, showing how Han and Qi'ra first started working together! Would actually stand alone as a sci fi book without the "hook" of Star Wars, which is rare! But Carson is just such a slick writer, of course she managed to pull off both a fun YA book and ...

    Based only on this book (I haven't seen Solo yet) I FREAKING LOVE QI'RA. Give me all the problematic faves. She's so smart, she's ambitious, she has done a lot to survive and she really cares about Han, even if it takes a lot of danger fot that to happen. She's what Rey could have been...

    Actual rating is 3.5 stars This book is a prequel to the Solo movie. This tells the story of how Han and Qi'ra become friends and how their dream is formed of leaving Corellia. I thought the movie was decent and it was worth watching but it doesn't rank with the greats of this fr...

    I had a hard time getting into the beginning but my desire to know all the things about Qi'ra saw me through. Really liked all the turns the plot took and the way the relationship between them wasn't forced at all. I'm excited to see Solo again with this backstory in mind! ...

    2.5 stars I went into this hoping it'd be good. I was really banking it on being better than what I've read is part of the "Solo" plot. And most wasn't all that bad. Qi'ra and Han begin by contesting to be Head of their gang, run by Lady Proxima. It's weird to me from the start, b...

    Not really sure what to think of this tale of Han before the "Solo" movie. It tells of his survival on the streets of Corellia and his intro to Qi'ra. I think what holds me back from a higher rating is that... nothing really happens. Yes, some intrigue and some double crossing, but n...

    A fun adventure that really gives more insight into the start of Han and Qi?ra?s relationship which is only briefly glimpsed in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Han?s goal during the movie is to get back to Qi?ra so it?s great to see their relationship from the beginning. Qi?ra ...

    This was a great fast paced adventure. Rae Carson did an amazing job here. She nailed Han in every aspect. Qi'ra was awesome, i liked her a lot in the movie (Solo: A Star Wars Story) and here you get so much more of her. The rest of the characters were also really good, my favourite b...

    2.5 stars means I liked it a lot more than the movie?? Preliminary thoughts: - I really like that Carson was able to be a little more subtle about the character traits she was obviously asked to portray? like Qi?ra?s attraction to wealth? and this was often a really good ...

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5-4 *Thoughts* Most Wanted, by author Rae Carson, is part of the Star Wars Disney Canon series. Set before the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Han and Qi'ra don't have a lot in common other than not having a...

    I don't really read Star Wars tie-in novels but I loved Solo so much that I had to splurge for this one. It's way more about Qi'ra than Han, but gives beautiful depth to her arc as the struggling street kid who wants to do good but whose brain leans more heavily towards pragmatism. If ...

    This story nicely fleshes out Han and Qi'ra's characters before the events of "Solo". Carson does a wonderful job of mapping out the characters beliefs and motivations, creating a great sense of character depth that enhances the characters we already know and love, all while surroundin...