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The story could have used a bit more depth in some areas, however I thought it was great.
I've read all of the Pip & Flinx books,and have enjoyed them all,but in this one Flinx is still thinking like a child.
Unfortunately, this book is not that different from the last few Pip and Flinx novels--boring and formulaic.
Typical well written Alan Dean Foster book. An interesting end to a long running plot. No clear teaser to the next.Published 11 days ago by Donald H. Dinwiddie
I really enjoyed this Pip and Flinx story. It is a side story of sorts, but it also has something to do with some answers he has been looking for since early on in the series, so... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tony
I see others did not but I really liked it. It reminded me of the good fun adventure of The Tar-aiym Krang.Published 7 months ago by singsingbing
book was like all the pip & flinx series and was very interesting to read. it had many facts that were incorporated to make it interesting that might have happen if this occurred.Published 7 months ago by Robert Hutcheson
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I started reading Fosters Flinx tales over 20 years ago Have reread them from start to finish several times as new books have come out. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Debra Schmitt
As always, nothing is simple for Flinx. Goes through all the drama and then finds out what he was told several times by different people, he was constructed. Bye daddy.Published 20 months ago by Candace DePriest