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Old 11-09-2009, 10:34 AM
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That makes sense, becaue most of the Borg stories were unwritten by that time.
Exactly, but perhaps for that reason, I'm just not getting into it.
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Oh well, maybe that's it.
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Just seems a little too out of date I guess...
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When was it written again - 1991/1992?
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When was it written again - 1991/1992?
1991

Mind you, I bought it in a lot of four books, so I didn't know what I was getting really. Mainly bought the lot for Q-Squared.
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Though in 1991 there was only 'Q Who' and 'BOBW' to go from. Not surprising they don't resemble later variations, I guess.
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Though in 1991 there was only 'Q Who' and 'BOBW' to go from. Not surprising they don't resemble later variations, I guess.
Exactly!
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Though in 1991 there was only 'Q Who' and 'BOBW' to go from. Not surprising they don't resemble later variations, I guess.
It definitely doesn't match up to the greatness of Q-Squared.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:21 AM
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My copies of Q-Squared and Imzadi arrived today (finally!!) and I may give up on The Solomon Key - I'm only at page 100 and totally uninterested in whatever is going to happen next - and switch to some Trek instead.
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Old 11-13-2009, 09:23 AM
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My copies of Q-Squared and Imzadi arrived today (finally!!) and I may give up on The Solomon Key - I'm only at page 100 and totally uninterested in whatever is going to happen next - and switch to some Trek instead.
Do you mean "The Lost Symbol" or is there a knock-off book?
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