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Babylon 5: The Complete Collection + The Lost Tales [DVD]
Babylon 5: The Complete Collection + The Lost Tales [DVD]
Dvd ~ Bruce Boxleitner
Price: £57.19

141 of 142 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a mindblowing series this was, 26 Mar. 2011
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Recommended viewing order, print it out and put it in the box:

1. Watch the B5 movie "The Gathering"
(The Babylon 5 pilot movie The Gathering was originally broadcast in 1993 a full year ahead of the regular show. )
2. Season 1
3. Season 2
4. Season 3
5. Watch Season 4 up to episode "The illusion of truth"
6. Watch the B5 movie "Thirdspace"
7. Season 4: continue with episodes 9-22
8. Watch Season 5 up to episode "Objects at Rest"
9. Watch the B5 movie "River of Souls"
10. Watch the B5 movie "In the Beginning" This is a prelude set 10 years before Babylon 5. Against the logic of the title, I would strongly recommend seeing it at this stage. Should one see it before Season 1, much of the suspense in the main series would be ruined.
11. Watch the B5 movie "A Call to Arms" This movie lays the groundwork for the spin-off TV series "Crusade".
12. Season 5: watch final episode "Sleeping in light"
13. Watch Crusade Series
14. Watch 'Legend of the Rangers'
15. Watch 'The Lost Tales'
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Polyominoes: Puzzles, Patterns, Problems and Packings (Princeton Science Library)
Polyominoes: Puzzles, Patterns, Problems and Packings (Princeton Science Library)
by Solomon W. Golomb
Edition: Paperback
Price: £19.95

4.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating though incomplete, 6 Nov. 2008
This book kept me busy for a while.
It is quite old, and limits itself to flat polyominoes, but apart from those shortcomings it was a fascinating work.


The Ashes of Worlds (Saga of Seven Suns 7)
The Ashes of Worlds (Saga of Seven Suns 7)
by Kevin J. Anderson
Edition: Paperback

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A fitting end, 6 Nov. 2008
A fitting end to a series that seemed like a never ending struggle to fill 7 books.
The characters where and kept being as flat as a pancake.
Most plots totally transparent.
Science dorky and old fashioned.
The end left too many lose ends, too many easy exits.
I got the last book in this series just because i already have the other 6, which, to be honest, i bought on the pretty cover and some reasonably good reviews of the first book.
I am going back to reading I.M. Banks and Dan Simmons, and i will never ever buy a book of Anderson again.


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