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Feb 11, 6:57pm Top

What are you hoping for from this book?

Feb 12, 7:26am Top

Another exciting adventure!

Feb 12, 7:28am Top

Agree wholeheartedly with >2 EadieB:. So far I'm not disappointed.

Feb 12, 9:54am Top

Same here; I'm happy with a rip-roaring story, 😉.

Edited: Feb 13, 3:29am Top

I want it to go away from the formulaic approach to these books. And not too much action going on for too long.

Feb 12, 3:11pm Top

I love the action but not at the expense of good characters.

Feb 13, 4:25pm Top

I'm starting to hope we don't lose any of the main characters on this one. There are a lot of mean dudes out there...

Feb 14, 8:09am Top

I hope we don't lose the Oregon in this one. Seems to be the direction this one is going.

Feb 14, 12:55pm Top

>8 Carol420: Well there are two identical ships, Carol, I can't see them both being destroyed, so winner takes the one that's left - and we all know Juan will be the victor, 🙂.

Feb 14, 1:34pm Top

>9 Sergeirocks: That is so true. WOW! I feel better already:)

Edited: Feb 15, 8:57am Top

Apologies, last day of the half-term yesterday and fell asleep whilst reading the book 💤 📖, total exhaustion, ll hope to have the questions up for section four in the next hour or so.

Feb 15, 9:41am Top

>11 Andrew-theQM: No worry...take your time.

Edited: Feb 15, 9:56am Top

>12 Carol420: Thanks 😊, but up now.

Feb 15, 2:31pm Top

No rush. Take a well deserved break.

Feb 15, 6:12pm Top

Good news! Untitled Oregon Files #15 expected publication: September 8th 2020

Feb 15, 6:17pm Top

>14 Olivermagnus: Thanks.

>15 Olivermagnus: At least it means they survive!

Feb 16, 5:55pm Top

>9 Sergeirocks: Well, I certainly got that wrong! 😀

Feb 16, 6:51pm Top

>17 Sergeirocks: If something had to be sacrificed for the story I'm glad it was the ship and not any of the people. Things can be replaced but people can't.


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