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 PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2008 2:06 pm Reply with quote  
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  Aush
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I'm not even going to look at this thread again until I've read the book, especially if spoilers are out and some are being implied. I've been guilty of doing this in the past, but it's still others' choices to read my posts Very Happy

In short, I'm not coming in here again until I've got the thing read; I don't even know what the discussion has been for the past couple days.
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I bought it yesterday at Barnes and Noble. I'm about a quarter of the way in, and so far it's pretty good. I did think there would be more resolve at this point, though. Denning seems to be setting more and more things up as the book continues, and I hope he has adequite time to finish it all.
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Finished. Don't read the spoiler because it is indeed spoiler riddled...
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I finished it last night. My spoiler-wridden thoughts:

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Here are my super-spoiler responses/thoughts:
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I finished the book and would like to add my opinions, but I don't know how you guys create those spoiler thingies that you have to click on to open.


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When you go to reply, click the Spoiler button. Directly after it, place your comment. When your comment is finished, push the Spoiler button again.

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Well..... I have not read Invincible yet. Awhile back I read the ending, though, so I think I can offer my thoughts.

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Other thought I had . . .

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Okay, here's my thoughts as well:
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And some responses:
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Well, after being initially disappointed with Invincible, I've decided to try and dwell on some good things. So here are some of my favorite quotes from the book...
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And just to remind myself that Denning is a good writer, I'm rereading Star By Star and loving it, again.
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Okay, my thoughts on Invincible...

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And with so many new changes at the end and through the book, I think there is a very interesting plot set up for the galaxy at large...
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