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Der Teleporter by Leo Lukas
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Nov 18, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2011-reads, alternate-history, deutsch, science-fiction, perry-rhodan-neo
Read from November 16 to 18, 2011

** spoiler alert ** Hey, that's how a Perry Rhodan Reboot was meant to be. More action, more clever use of technology and more depth to a lot of the characters... i'm even tempted to see more details about the future in this volumen than in the first two books, but it might be a little bit biased just because the rest of the story was more to my tastes.

I'm sorry that i have to say that - as interesting and promising as it started - the part around Marshall the old worry-nut is now the most annoying bit of the narration... Probably because he still is the less proactive protagonist of this series and does more react than set his own goals and try to achieve them.

Rhodan still is much of the grey eminence of his own story, but then he was always the best either in a limited setting where he could brilliance as the center figure and action hero or when he is in politician or visionary mode when he is shown only sparsely like here.

Now the differences to the old storylines are showing up in more detail... Flipper lives to bury his old flame, Manoli brings Crest to India and Ethiopia instead of Australia and it seems as if Freyt dies... (of course we have to keep in mind the old laws of dramaturgy that as long as there was no corpse there is no proof anybody rumored dead is truly so...) and with the whole mutant corps sideline it's very varying compared to the first time around. Most of the changes are not bad ones and don't hurt the story. With the mutants i'm not too sure right now, that's presumably something you will need to see from a holistic perspective... for which it is far too soon!
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