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Old 10-21-2009, 02:02 PM
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Finished it tonight! Wow, it was an ultra fast read and a very good one at that (in comparison to the last book I read, The Lost Symbol, which was slow and just okay). I chewed through it faster than any book I've ever read before. Thanks for the suggestion!

Now, I must find another Peter David Q book.
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Finished it tonight! Wow, it was an ultra fast read and a very good one at that (in comparison to the last book I read, The Lost Symbol, which was slow and just okay). I chewed through it faster than any book I've ever read before. Thanks for the suggestion!

Now, I must find another Peter David Q book.
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Yeah. I never thought I could finish a book so quickly.
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Old 10-29-2009, 12:39 PM
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Actually, I got so fond thinking back on it I just tracked down a (hopefully as it's advertised as such) good condition hardback copy of 'Q-Squared' off Amazon and ordered a copy.

Then went one step farther and tracked down a hardback copy of David's other great TNG novel 'Imzadi'!
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Actually, I got so fond thinking back on it I just tracked down a (hopefully as it's advertised as such) good condition hardback copy of 'Q-Squared' off Amazon and ordered a copy.

Then went one step farther and tracked down a hardback copy of David's other great TNG novel 'Imzadi'!
Is Imzadi as good as Q-Squared? I have it already, it's just quite a ways down my must read queue.
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Imzadi is good one, avoid Imzadi II (yes it's a real novel) at all costs!!
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I would have to agree with that....immanently
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I would have to agree with that....immanently
What was he thinking???
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Is Imzadi as good as Q-Squared? I have it already, it's just quite a ways down my must read queue.
Personally, I think so - it involves the Guardian of Forever and some fun time-shift shenanigans.

Bit of a romantic thriller with time travel, I'd say.

Never read Imzadi II though, don't know what it's all about!
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Aviod this novel at all costs!!
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