TNG: The Persistence of Memory by David Mack Review Thread (Spoilers!)
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October 30 2012, 08:49 PM
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Re: TNG: The Persistence of Memory by David Mack Review Thread (Spoile
I can't say I was bothered either way about Data coming back, I would have happily had him stay dead but I'll wait and see if the next two books make his return worthwhile. Just please don't go in the Countdown direction - that was terrible.
Oh you have got to be s@#ting me, you mean David Mack actually did it, sigh well I guess my reading TNG era is coming to n end soon, if the authors are just going back to the same reset button stuff Abrams had the sense to get rid of, and no I don't buy the "it came at a cost" thing, which I frankly find is a bunch of crap if you kill someone and bring them back to life its a cop out plan and simple. And they probably are going in that direction even though IT CONTRADICTS THE FREAKING MOVIE!
I can't say I'm happy at all about Choudhury dying, yes it's more realistic if people die in Starfleet but it does feel like the Enterprise has lost more of its fair share of characters recently and it would be nice to have some stability. Plus yet another loss for Worf, we've been here before haven't we. I did have a feeling that she wasn't going to make it out alive once they got to the planet.
I take it this is the justification to try to justify the whole making a mockery of death thing, while still pretending death has any say in the trek universe (which is bulls@#t at this point) meh, she'll be back when the next guy wants to hit the reset button I mean this book brought back a not even minor character to finish reseting Indistinguishable from Magic.
To say I am not happy with these events is a serious understatement of epic proportions.
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