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    Posted: November/07/2009 at 2:41pm
Me too! I loved it but I thought the first two were better. I'm looking forward to the next one too.

I think I found Jocko annoying because at first glance he never really says anything just gibberish but when I read it in context it really was an interesting part of the story. I am happy I read it again because I missed alot!
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Like your quote. I became attached to the Erikas too. Jocko never annoyed me though. Erika and Jocko are one of the reasons I'm looking forward to the 4th Frank book. I hope they are part of it.
I'm inclined to believe in parallel worlds filled with dark bound Snow and Odd adventures.

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Almost, and I figured I'd like it more on the reread because I'm not skimming thru it just to see what happened.
I never knew exactly who Jocko was and found him extremely annoying before so I completely skipped over his parts.
I also understand the whole Deucalion quantum thing better and I love both Erikas even more!



I found a great quote:

"Janet's brain train had jumped the tracks and was rolling through strange territory where no rails have ever been laid"
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Well, have you finished reading it yet at a leisurely pace? Any new opinions?
I'm inclined to believe in parallel worlds filled with dark bound Snow and Odd adventures.

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I did, but very quickly while working(in a busy retail store) because I had to know what happened after F-2. I picked up the book when I went into the store planning on purchasing it but once I had it in my hand I HAD to read it. I skimmed over most of it but at least I found out what happened. Now I can finally read it again - slowly.
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