TNG: The Persistence of Memory by David Mack Review Thread (Spoilers!)
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October 31 2012, 02:06 AM
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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!
How does it contradict the movie?
As for this being a reset button, the general outlines of this solution to Data's death--use the engrams he copied into B4's mind to bring him back, in B4's body or another--were evident as soon as they were presented in
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