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3.0 out of 5 stars A short but intriguing book focusing on G'Kar & Londo, 25 April 2000
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Marc Graham (Derry, Northern Ireland.) - See all my reviews
This review is from: "Babylon 5": Personal Agendas (A Channel Four book) (Paperback)
This is one of the shortest of the Babylon5 Series of books, and although the standard has varied a lot amongst these books this one is in my view rather good. Placing itself in the midst of B5 TV Continuity its like an untold Story of when G'Kar was the prisoner of Cartagia and why it seemed so little was done to free him.
This book is at times a light read - with perhaps too much tongue in cheek humour, its not an essential B5 Purchase - but if you are a major B5 fan I guess you'll already have it.
I gave it an average 3 stars because it lacked depth and sometimes the plot was too shallow and slightly contrived. However I still enjoyed it - and if like me you are a big B5 fan I'd suggest giving it a try.
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