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View Poll Results: Rate Indistinguishable From Magic
Outstanding 47 29.01%
Above Average 61 37.65%
Average 25 15.43%
Below Average 15 9.26%
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Old March 26 2011, 11:22 AM   #31
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Finished it today. Good book. A few nods to DTI in there. Lonemagpie, are you in cahoots with Chris Bennett or what?
I did get in touch with both Dayton (who's book was before mine) and Christopher, to help things flow between the books.
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Old March 26 2011, 03:15 PM   #32
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I'm up to page 112 and I have a question. I may have simply missed it or it may be addressed later on...

Thanks.
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Old March 26 2011, 05:45 PM   #33
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Pulaski or someone else?
Yes.
How many times has she appeared in the books since she left the Enterprise? I know she was the DS9 based Double Helix book, but have there been any others?
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Old March 26 2011, 05:47 PM   #34
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She has a cameo in Vendetta and another in A Time for War a Time for Peace...and maybe in Sky's The Limit?
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Old March 26 2011, 06:12 PM   #35
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Oh, yeah. She was at Will and Deanna's wedding, wasn't she?
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Old March 26 2011, 06:48 PM   #36
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Pulaski or someone else?
Yes.
How many times has she appeared in the books since she left the Enterprise? I know she was the DS9 based Double Helix book, but have there been any others?
Read more carefully. He's not confirming that it's Pulaski, he's confirming that it's either Pulaski or someone else.
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Old March 26 2011, 08:35 PM   #37
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Yes.
How many times has she appeared in the books since she left the Enterprise? I know she was the DS9 based Double Helix book, but have there been any others?
Read more carefully. He's not confirming that it's Pulaski, he's confirming that it's either Pulaski or someone else.
And even edited the quote to make that more obvious.

Maybe I should have put on a Kosh costume...
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Old March 26 2011, 10:01 PM   #38
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Pulaski or someone else?
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How many times has she appeared in the books since she left the Enterprise? I know she was the DS9 based Double Helix book, but have there been any others?
She has also appeared in Progress by Terri Osborne.
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Old March 26 2011, 10:07 PM   #39
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Actually at one point I thought "Who ISN'T going to appear in this book?"
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Old March 27 2011, 12:35 AM   #40
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Found a copy in a SF exclusive book store in Vancouver. Reading now.
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Old March 27 2011, 01:51 AM   #41
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How many times has she appeared in the books since she left the Enterprise? I know she was the DS9 based Double Helix book, but have there been any others?
Read more carefully. He's not confirming that it's Pulaski, he's confirming that it's either Pulaski or someone else.
And even edited the quote to make that more obvious.

Maybe I should have put on a Kosh costume...
Oh.
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Old March 27 2011, 06:14 AM   #42
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Read more carefully. He's not confirming that it's Pulaski, he's confirming that it's either Pulaski or someone else.
And even edited the quote to make that more obvious.

Maybe I should have put on a Kosh costume...
Oh.
Aww...

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Old March 27 2011, 07:56 AM   #43
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Got the book today, skimmed through it, and read the ending, I was not expecting that! David, how can you do that to us?

Other than that one little thing, i've got no complains about this book, yet. It's definitely a book where Geordi shines, and I'm very glad to see the changes that happened to Geordi at the end. More thoughts later when I've read it properly.
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Old March 28 2011, 05:41 AM   #44
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(I also have to confess I flipped to the end too. Bad habit, but eh!) 100 plus pages in, liking it a lot.
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Old March 28 2011, 05:42 AM   #45
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If anyone feels like lending a poor Brit a hand...what happens to Geordi?
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