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View Poll Results: Rate Immortal Coil.
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Old November 11 2012, 03:58 PM   #76
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Re: TNG: Immortal Coil by Jeffrey Lang Review Thread (Spoilers!)

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^ I think RPJOB was referring to a ship described in the series' fifth novel, Precipice. In a scene featuring T'Prynn and Pennington, on page 74, last paragraph:
“No, Mister Pennington. We are going to steal one.” She wasted no time selecting a ship. “That one,” she said, nodding at a teardrop-shaped craft with a protruding pod on the starboard side.
Ha!

I missed that entierly! Nicely done.
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Old November 11 2012, 11:34 PM   #77
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Re: TNG: Immortal Coil by Jeffrey Lang Review Thread (Spoilers!)

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And why is a reference to Star Wars geekier than a whole novel about Star Trek?
Because if you know that much about two geeky franchises, it's geek²!
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Old March 25 2014, 12:45 AM   #78
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I wanted to read this book every since I read "Cold Equations." I finally got around to it and I really liked it. I wish I had read it first. I like how it tied together event from TOS and TNG. The use of the M-5 computer was a nice touch. Great characters, great story. A fun read.
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