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View Poll Results: Grade Lost Souls
Excellent 130 72.22%
Above Average 35 19.44%
Average 12 6.67%
Below Average 1 0.56%
Poor 2 1.11%
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Old February 1 2009, 04:02 AM   #541
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Re: Star Trek: Destiny Book 3: Lost Souls - (SPOILERS)

Star Trek: Destiny Trilogy 3.5/4--I give it a lot of credit for its ambition. It certainly held my interest and is above-average compared to most of the other trek I've read recently.

I wouldn't put it in my list of favorites, but I'm definitely interested in reading about the after-math.

Note: I haven't read the three Destiny threads yet, but I'm looking forward to seeing what everybody has posted.

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Old February 4 2009, 04:43 AM   #542
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Admiral: Congratulations Captain La Forge, you are now in charge of the SCE ship USS bag of spanners

La Forge: But I'm not a command officer!

Admiral: You are now, good luck.

(and Geordi's original training was command right? he was a red shirt?)
*lol*
I'd see him captaining a SCE ship, probably.


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Inoculative/recuperative therapy has its strengths, for nations as for individual people. I'll be very interested to see how much success Nan Bacco has, and what might pop up out of the woodwork to complicate or sabotage her efforts.

Pushing for Articles II, I still am.
Seconded! Tho I suppose the Destiny follow up is kinda Articles II.....

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Old February 4 2009, 05:04 PM   #543
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Re: Star Trek: Destiny Book 3: Lost Souls - (SPOILERS)

Very late to the party here, but I just wanted to tell David Mack and everyone else that this story, and particular this installment, was *wonderful*. When I finished Lost Souls, I literally said "Wow." Out loud.

Finally, a logical explanation for the Borg, their combination of arrogance and imperfection, and even more finally, a reasonable conclusion to the Borg mega-saga! Add that to relieving Picard of the haunting he's experienced since becoming Locutus (which, in a reference that may make sense to other Legion of Super Heroes fans, evoked the Lar Gand/Eltro Gand explanation, in a good way), and even the devastation the Federation et al suffered could not detract from my happiness with this book.

Thanks, David. {ProfJonathan}
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Old February 4 2009, 11:01 PM   #544
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^ Thanks for your kind words, Jonathan -- I'm glad you enjoyed the trilogy!
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Old February 10 2009, 09:35 AM   #545
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Finished this trilogy a short moment ago, all I can say is "Wow", it has definitely moved into my favourite list. Thank you, David Mack, for the adventure.
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Old February 10 2009, 12:59 PM   #546
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^ You're quite welcome.
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Old March 18 2009, 02:17 PM   #547
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Did Kiona Thayer die? She is my favorite character.
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Old March 18 2009, 09:46 PM   #548
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Did Kiona Thayer die? She is my favorite character.
In case you're asking because you haven't read the book, I will spoiler-code the answer...

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Old March 18 2009, 11:34 PM   #549
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So does that mean that Kiona...

?
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Old March 19 2009, 06:30 PM   #550
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So does that mean that Kiona...

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I was thinking...

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Old March 19 2009, 06:52 PM   #551
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^ Except for the fact that Kiona Thayer is described as a brunette. But I guess that's what wigs are for...
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Old March 19 2009, 06:56 PM   #552
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^ Except for the fact that Kiona Thayer is described as a brunette. But I guess that's what wigs are for...
Well, she probably didn't have hair for much longer.
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Old March 19 2009, 10:32 PM   #553
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When the Borg were transformed back to their original races I hoped that she would have been alive. Then I thought that she could not have lived for all that time even with Borg implants.
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Old March 24 2009, 02:41 PM   #554
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I've been lurking in here for awhile. WAY back somewhere the illustrious and talented David Mack and some fine spacefarers were discussing if there was anything written about synthehol and pregnant women and I just happened to be rereading Christopher L. Bennett's "Greater than the Sum".

On pg 336 he says "(fortunately, synthehol was safe for pregnant women to consume)"

Suppose that makes it so.
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Old March 24 2009, 02:55 PM   #555
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I think the Destiny books were fab!!!
But just wondering...what happened to Rebekah (sorry if wrong spelling) and the rest of the Liberated from Greater Than The Sum?I would have liked to see what happened to them in Destiny....
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