I'm a tad ( "in space talk, that's about a million miles" - semi sci-fi movie quote) past halfway through Revelation, and something came to me. The series title is "Legacy," and a decent working definition of that word means that which is remembered after something is gone, or that which continues beyond. Does this mean that Jedi win/Sith return is the legacy of the Force? Star Wars was a myth/fable/fantasy, where stories have ends that stay that way. The desire to have more SW is what's hurting the "canon" or continuity, a la Star Trek.

I like the books that occur within the canon, not so much the ones outside it (like Sith Wars [okay, these weren't bad] and NJO/Legacy [ugh...]). Post-ROJ stuff is fine, but too far off has been terrible.