As a big Clone Wars fan, I was a little disappointed in this book because I felt it didn't really capture Ahsoka's personality; there were a lot of things the main character said that I just don't think Ahsoka would say, or things she did that I don't think she would actually do. Not a bad book over all, but I would hope that Ahsoka's book would feel a little more like, well, Ahsoka. However, I did enjoy the audiobook version, read by Ashley Eckstein, the actress who plays Ahsoka in the Clone Wars and Rebels. Read by her, it felt a lot more true to Ahsoka, which was great! And despite the negative things, I think this book is a must-read for Star Wars fans, because we all wonder what happened to Ahsoka between Order 66 and her appearance in Rebels, and this book tells an important part of her story as a character.