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Old August 29 2014, 02:46 PM   #1
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Star Trek: Voyager: Full Circle

I've seen some people write that Janeway and Chakotay sleep together in this book, while other people writes that it's indicated that they do but it seems to be a matter of interpretation. That confuses me since other J/C shippers has been really happy about it. So I want to know once and for all: do they sleep together or can you interpret it anyway you want? Don't they become a couple or what? Anyone's got any quotes from the book to back it up?

(And oh, I heard about Janeway dying, but that she comes back in a later book. But still, do they become a couple before that?)

I obviosly haven't read the book yet, but I will. I just have some (a lot) of other Star Trek: Voyager-books to read first.
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Old August 29 2014, 03:56 PM   #2
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Re: Star Trek: Voyager: Full Circle

^If you intend to read the book, why do you want to be spoiled in advance?
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Old September 2 2014, 01:33 AM   #3
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^If you intend to read the book, why do you want to be spoiled in advance?
Chris i think i know why ") If she is like me then she/he loves the spoilers. I am one of those who likes to read spoilers first , more savory the spoilers more interesting is to read the book. Even when i want to buy a new book ( except when is not an author i already like ) I read first some pages here and there and especially the end . if the end is sad then i won;t buy the book ever XD
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