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1Andrew-theQM
Feb 13, 7:55pm Top

How realistic was the rescue of Juan?

2Carol420
Feb 14, 7:10am Top

None of their rescues are actually "realistic" to normal people...but for Juan and the crew...it was everyday, same old same old.

3EadieB
Feb 14, 7:15am Top

They are good at what they do but normal people would not be able to keep up with them!

4Carol420
Feb 14, 7:17am Top

>3 EadieB: "Normal people" wouldn't even want to try, because they are ...NORMAL.

5Olivermagnus
Feb 14, 8:45am Top

It was as realistic as any of the book's events.

6Sergeirocks
Feb 14, 12:29pm Top

I thought it was very easy; in past books they've made much more of such scenes. The authors seem to have calmed things down a bit - to the benefit of the stories, IMO.

7bhabeck
Feb 15, 4:58am Top

Seemed to be a bit too easy - no improvisation needed

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