When you want to read in the dark, just clip this light onto a couple of pages or the cover (about an inch thick or less) and adjust the bendy 11-inch next for the most comfortable position. The padded clamps protect the paper. Two cell batteries power three white LEDs giving you the light you need to make out the thrilling text but not being strong enough to strain your eyes.There’s nothing saying you can’t use this with any book you want. Use it to read the yellow pages for all we care. But the big plastic Millennium Falcon model the lights are housed in really makes you want to read a Star Wars novel. Pressing the top of the Falcon turns the lights on, and they’re location at the two front points and the side cockpit.Even ignoring the attached clip and neck, The Star Wars Millennium Falcon Book Light is just a cool little spaceship toy. If it gets you to read more that’s a bonus. For more on Star Wars check out our reviews of Solo and The Last Jedi. Geek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone KitGeek Pick: Amazon Smart Plug Puts Alexa in Your Walls When Disney bought Star Wars from famous cool dude George Lucas, one of the first sacrifices the company made when reviving the #brand was killing off pretty much the entire Expanded Universe. If they were going to make all of the money in the world, they couldn’t let The Force Awakens be beholden to canon from a hundred different novels only nerds read. Some ideas from the EU became canon, like Thrawn, and there are new Star Wars books that are canon. But now a bunch of Star Wars content is even more fake than before.Even if EU books don’t count though they can still be a fun read. If you want to huddle in the dark and catch up on what Darth Caedus is up to, check out the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Book Light. Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.