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Postby Punchy » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:19 am

Tommy Taylor And The War Of Words continues to be the epic we all wanted, I really can’t wait for the confrontation between Tom and the Cabal, although surprisingly I did actually fear a bit for his life when he was frozen. It was cool how it was the internet fandom who saved Tom, who kept him alive. Throughout the book Carey has been using these internet pages, and they’ve mainly been used for exposition or even humour, but now we see that they’ve all been building up to this moment, where Tommy’s fans save him. And that’s what fanbases do isn’t it? They keep stories alive in the public consciousness, the story of Harry Potter is over, but the fans keep it alive. I do feel sorry for the poor Frankenstein’s Monster though, hopefully he’ll be back. The final scene left me a little confused, how did Pullman slashing that one dude effect all the others? Is it because they’ve all read Tommy Taylor? Has Pullman killed everyone who ever read the books?

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