The story I'm writing about is The Last One Standing: The Tale of Boba Fett. Boba Fett, one of the most feared bounty hunters, ran into Han Solo on many occasions, each one turning out to be unpleasant for Boba Fett. Then Solo accidentally knocked Fett into a sarlaac pit and that sent him over the edge. Though Fett tended to think morally, he dedicated his life to the death of Han Solo. Then Fett gets word that Solo had gone to Jubilar, where they had first met each other. Fett went to Jubilar and cornered Solo into a warehouse. Han Solo barely escaped through a window. Fett chased him down the streets. They both drew their weapons each pointing at each other. Fett said "I can't kill you. I might not be able to live without my hatred of you. They then ran off.
The story was interesting and had plenty of action, especially in the final battle. But I did not like how long it took to get to the point. And I thought there was a common coincidence that everytime Boba Fett ran into Han Solo, he was beaten, bruised, or eaten by some gigantic creature. In more general terms, I liked how there were five short stories rather then one endless story.