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Flinx Transcendent by Alan Dean Foster
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When one has been faithfully reading a series for thirty-five years and the final volume finally arrives, one's expectations are bound to be unrealistically high. (Such as King's DARK TOWER.) FLINX TRANSCENDENT is about twice as long as the other Pip & Flinx novels, but that's because it's more like two novels shoe-horned together than one longer narrative. Once the first-half concludes, the promised resolutions are finally addressed and satisfactorily wrapped-up. I don't believe that all of the loose ends from the entire series are completely tidied up, but all of the major ones were answered, and along the way many characters and settings from the earlier books are revisited. I was left hoping that it wasn't -really- the end, so I guess that's a good thing.
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June 1, 2011 – Finished Reading
January 6, 2012 – Shelved

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