Jacen would think a rock was Force-sensitive if it suited his purposes. Said Solo vouching for anything was never an adequate explanation. And the way of the GA's Order was his idea, when you come down to it. Especially it's worst points.
I'm sure Anakin's somewhere, one with the Force, asking what went wrong, that his uncle would start screwing up in earnest after his death.
Seha used tk? When? I must have missed that. Probably on purpose. No matter.
Strong in the Force marries strong in the Force is how I prefer most Skywalker relationships (Anakin\Padme is the notable exception). And look how that turned out.
The ability to use tk does not make a worthy Jedi (to go with an in universe explanation). It is a Force-skill, I'll admit that. But I think that was some writer's attempt to make her more palatable to the Jedi elitists like me.
Very few authors actually do the minimum amount of research (before sitting down to write) that can convince a vigilant fan `a book by this author is really worth forking over between four and thirty United States dollars, on average.'
"The New Rebellion" is a badly researched book from years ago that would have been enjoyable had they paid attention to what other people had already done. Applied logic from research alone should have told the author that one of the points made was an impossibility. But they didn't bother, and it ruined the whole book by the end of the preview.
I thought the same thing of GA-era EU as a whole. And the character "Seha Dovald" is an example of where recent EU has gone wrong. She's a young, naive, female version of Jacen, another character I always disliked, even before the introduction of his Sith persona.
For those on this topic who don't like Ves\Ben because "It's been done before," and I mean no disrespect, when, exactly, was it done? Mara wasn't ever a Sith by any standards.
<--- That is my opinion of the specific book with the title listed three paragraphs above.