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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%
Poor 14 8.64%
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Old March 29 2011, 10:27 PM   #61
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Re: Star Trek: TNG: Indistinguishable From Magic Review Thread

Got it today as well, along with the third Eureka novel (which actually prevented that I got IFM over a week ago). I will start it once I've finished the Doctor Who book I'm currently reading.
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Old March 29 2011, 10:28 PM   #62
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There is something i want to ask but i dont know how to do the spolier thing
Write your question, highlight it and then click on the last icon above the text window (the smiley with x as its mouth).
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Old March 29 2011, 11:13 PM   #63
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There is something i want to ask but i dont know how to do the spolier thing
Or just PM me...
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Old March 29 2011, 11:15 PM   #64
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Got it today and just happed to cheat and skip to the back.. loved the ending.. about time a writers took a bold step . I loved seeing the old faces and the new ones. I,m 88 pages in right now.. the only gripe i have is the return of you know who as a love intrest. that is so boring, i feel like the writer took the safe bet instead of beening bold on that front( then again maybe im just bais since i have never liked that person).
Depends on your definition of safe sex...

*Bets*, I mean safe bets...
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Old March 30 2011, 12:56 AM   #65
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Got it today and just happed to cheat and skip to the back.. loved the ending.. about time a writers took a bold step . I loved seeing the old faces and the new ones. I,m 88 pages in right now.. the only gripe i have is the return of you know who as a love intrest. that is so boring, i feel like the writer took the safe bet instead of beening bold on that front( then again maybe im just bais since i have never liked that person).
Depends on your definition of safe sex...

*Bets*, I mean safe bets...

Im sure you did..lol but itsa great read.. im a lreay half way thur it..
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Old March 30 2011, 01:14 AM   #66
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There is something i want to ask but i dont know how to do the spolier thing
Or just PM me...
He can't yet. Not enough posts. 50 posts and 2 weeks.

And on topic... still waiting for this damned book to show up here. Then I have to figure out a clever way to zip it to the top of the list...
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Old March 30 2011, 04:39 AM   #67
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I blasted through this in one day. Mostly good stuff, although there were a couple of points that didn't quite resonate well with me.

I have a few questions. Please feel free to answer or not; it's your little corner of the universe and I don't want to poke and prod where I'm not welcome.



Also...
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Old March 30 2011, 04:41 AM   #68
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Wondering if this will be available in ebook format or do I have to buy the paperback again? The Kobo store doesn't have it yet.
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Old March 30 2011, 04:46 AM   #69
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I have the Kindle version, so yeah.
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Old March 30 2011, 04:59 AM   #70
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I literally just bought the Nook version (and the Noobook of PoD) like 10 minuets ago. Would it ruin anything in PoD if I read them concurrently?
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Old March 30 2011, 06:01 AM   #71
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^ Some very, very slight spoilers involving a love interest of LaForge's, but it's pretty minor.
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Old March 30 2011, 06:44 AM   #72
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...10 minuets...
Mmmmmmm. 10 Minuets...






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Old March 30 2011, 06:50 AM   #73
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All right, finished it today.



Okay, getting carried away....



I voted 'Above Average' and it nearly made it to Outstanding! Good job!
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Old March 30 2011, 10:43 AM   #74
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Annorax wrote: View Post
I blasted through this in one day. Mostly good stuff, although there were a couple of points that didn't quite resonate well with me.

I have a few questions. Please feel free to answer or not; it's your little corner of the universe and I don't want to poke and prod where I'm not welcome.



Nog is clearly on top, yeah. That dialogue just sort of came out while I was writing the scene, and it felt kind of natural for both characters.

Also...
Not specifically - I just didn't want a reset-button for him. (See Shanjayell's post!) So it's left there if anyone wants to make use of it in future.
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Old March 30 2011, 10:47 AM   #75
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All right, finished it today.

The original intent, of course, was that it would be two books, so there'd have been a gap into which you could slot such adventures in between them. Obviously that was lost when it became one book, but that's why there's a gap of a couple of months between parts one and two...





That was the intent, all the way!

I voted 'Above Average' and it nearly made it to Outstanding! Good job!
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