A very entertaining issue that is somewhat hampered by the simple fact that Peter David is trying to deliver quite a bit of material in a limited amount of space. That in turn results in some scenes not being quite as powerful as they might've been had they been given more room the breath, with the scene where Linda remembers why she journeyed to the past being a key scene that really could've used more room. However, Peter David manages to keep the reader on their toes, as one entered this issue with the expectation that Linda wouldn't muck around with the past, but the credit page makes it very clear she has strayed from the script. Now the reset button ending is a bit disappointing, but the material in the present did keep me from being too disillusioned, as this book does look like it's going to end on a high note. Read Full Review
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