Though it's written, in part, to bridge the Legacy of the Force and Fate of the Jedi series, this novel is fun in its own right. The stakes are much less significant than galaxy-changing events, but the story is still gripping and full of adventure. Luceno deftly captures the roguish magic at the heart of the Han/Falcon mythology as he fills in the gaps of the ship's epic history, from the time it leaves the assembly line to the in-universe present. He does this by interspersing the stories of previous owners within a larger frame narrative in which the Solos (and several mysterious newcomers) trace the Falcon's history. A couple of these vignettes drag, but most are great, and they're a nice way to add some variety and structural depth.
Like I said, though, this is clearly a bridge novel. Luceno (quite cleverly) gives you a galactic history primer within the book, but the more familiar you are with prior EU/Legends works (even as far back as the Han Solo Adventures) the more you'll get out of this novel. There are also a couple plot threads left open which I can only presume the Fate of the Jedi series resolves. But if you like the Millennium Falcon as a ship and are fine with the fact that this isn't canon, you'll probably enjoy the novel regardless.