It was like the narration was arbitrarily choosing words to emphasize... Instead of choosing the words a real person would.
Example: imagine walking into a room, and saying "well, it's about time we get going."
Narration would say it like :
".. it's about time we *GET* going" Or
".. It's about time *WE* get going" OR..
"well, *IT'S* about time we get going"
Point is, it make it sound like the characters are just 😕 confused. Clearly narrator (or director/producer) often didn't understand.
Beyond that, it was Okay...ish.
Leia sounded so unsure of herself.
HAN sounded like The Tick doing a Han impression. Lol
I enjoyed the book and found the performance very good... Lol while I appreciated the effort of the rookie voice it did get a bit annoying.
Overall a solid story
In short, The story was great and the narrator was incredible.
I really liked the extra sound effects and music, it really enhanced the experience. The story stays thrilling the whole time, and has interesting and varied characters. And, I forgot how absolutely nice it is to hear a story that doesn't jump around all over the place and leave you with 4 constant cliffhangers *coughgameofthronescough*.
My only real complaint with the story is that the only characters with any development are actually the smugglers--that, and neutralizing jedi with a random kryptonite mechanic feels a bit forced (get it?). The only problem with the narrator whatsoever is the same problem I have with all male narrators: they're not very good at female voices. I wish there were a female narrator for the chapters focusing on the female characters.
Other than those few complaints, a spectacular story, production, and narrator worthy of the Star Wars universe.