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    This is the third and final book of the Psi Corps trilogy and really concludes the story of Bester no I am not giving anything away as the title sort of does that way before I did Anyway this is the last in the series and to be hones

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    This is the final book in the trilogy about Bester the Psi Cop from the Babylon 5 TV series I’ve always been a big fan of the TV show so I was pleased to discover that books based on the series could be pretty g

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    I have been looking for this book for a while I wanted to see how bester’s story played out I liked the idea of the telepaths sub plot in b5 but it was the B plot for the series and not fully developed before and after This book series did this Over 3 novels Though I need to go back and re read from the start to see if I missed things But that also reuires a b5 reread to place it in context Thankfully the series is always good f

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    This is book 3 of the Psi Corps Trilogy and unlike books 1 and 2 it takes place after the timeline in Babylon 5 It looks inside the heart of the man who has become the bad guy we saw in Babylon 5 and causes us to hope for his redemption as he stumbles on in his life It's a sad story and i wrestled with giving it 3 or 4 stars and decided on 4 even though i didn't enjoy the story not because of the writing but b

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    It was a great ending and I loved the final scenes Bester just a bad dude all around

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    I am not sure why but this book did not overly impress me It took me a year and a half of picking it up every so often to finally finish it I liked books 1 and 2 better

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    When Babylon 5 hit the airwaves back in the 90's its intricate tapestry of ongoing story threads was revolutionary for its time and

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    What a huge disappointment this book turned out to be In some respects a ripoff Let me be specificThis is book 3 of the Babylon 5 Trilogy known Psi Corp trilogy Babylon 5 was a wonderful sci fi television show from a few

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    I have enjoyed reading everything I've read so far by J Gregory Keyes but he has remained one of my B list authors His stuff has been enjoyable but not so fantastic that I just can't wait to read his next work However after completing Final Reckoning The Fate of Bester the third and concluding volume of his Babylon 5 spin off series that status might very well changefor the better Whereas the second book ended with Alfred Bester just abou

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    Alfred Bester played by Walter Koenig was one of the best bad guys on the TV show His flat sense of humor showed a darker side to him a side that we became uite familiar with during his forays onto the station Yet there was always a sense of tenderness underneath the character a glimpse of someone whose heart wasn't blackened by the hatred he felt for those who aimed to hurt him This book explores that side of Mr Bester

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Based on the hit SF television show this The Fate PDFEPUB #195 finale to the new epic trilogy finds the Psi Corp's reign of terror reaching new heights and a civil war developing to overthrow A This is the third and final book of the Psi Corps trilogy and really concludes the story of Bester no I am not giving anything away as the title sort of does that way before I did Anyway this is the last in the series and to be honest one I came to late in the dayLet me explain while Babylon 5 was airing I was a huge fan yes the effects are dated and the fact that the show was on a budget never distracted what was going on The show now has suffered from unsympathetic editing and failure to embrace the Hi def age however the show itself was a landmark being cited for breaking many genre moulds include as the show which was not afraid to create story arcs As a result the series spawned everything from its own RPG to tie in novels Now this trilogy was not original released int he UK and it took the publisher Ballentine to bring it to our shores So what of the book well I would warn you there are a lot of assumptions made in the book that not only have you read the other two but also you are very familiar with the TV series so for a fan like me its not a problem in fact it makes it all the interesting knowing there are little hints and secrets being uietly slipped out while no one is looking The story reads like its part of a bigger tale which is not only carried over the other two books but also events in other media too But the thing is you are not told this it is assumed so on one hand you are treated to a story which is not bogged down with back stories and explanations and on the other you have one which would be hard to enter if you didnt know what was going on So really I should rate this book lower but you see I did know what they were hinting at so for me I felt like I was part of the secret which made reading it all the fun The uestion is should I go back and read the others in the series and find out about what was hinted at

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Final Reckoning The Fate of Bester Babylon 5 Saga of Psi Corps #3

Oes from dreaded hunter to fleeing prey and must confront the hell he created choosing between surrender or survival This novel includes the death of a major character from the television serie When Babylon 5 hit the airwaves back in the 90 s its intricate tapestry of ongoing story threads was revolutionary for its time and it drew me right in Story lines dealt with lofty political and philosophical concepts and big things happened regularly that permanently altered the character dynamics of the show But even though the show ran for a full five seasons one particular story line was never really resolved by the time it went off the air Set years after the end of the television series this book tells the story of the last days of telepathic war criminal Alfred Bester named after the late science fiction author and played on the show by Walter Koenig of Star Trek Now very old and still wanted for his crimes he finds himself in Paris and pursued by pharmaceutical tycoon and former Babylon 5 Security Chief Michael Garibaldi played surprisingly well in the show by current Libertarian radio talk show host Jerry Doyle A long time ago Bester did something to Garibaldi s mind and though he s had the psychic blocks removed he can t let go of his grudge or his desire to see Bester brought to justice After waiting so long to see how this story arc ended I must say that I found the resolution offered in this book somewhat anticlimactic But part of that s on me since the book has been out since 1999 There are certainly lesser B5 books that I read soon after their publication that I could have skipped in favor of this oneBut there is nice stuff here We get to see Bester befriend and ultimately fall in love with an innkeeper half his age and feel his anguish when he realizes that merely being with him puts her in danger We re given a look at how Garibaldi s obsession with catching Bester puts a strain on his family life as his wife urges him to just let it go It further humanizes characters that were already fleshed out than most from 1990 s television and it is welcomedBut unfortunately for this book s story to work the wily long surviving fugitive Bester has to make some inexplicably poor decisions His coming back to Earth is uestionable in itself but when he takes a job as a literary critic and begins to gain popularity one begins to wonder what the powerful telepath might be thinkingUltimately Garibaldi is able to flush Bester out by cutting off supply of a proprietary drug his company produces that is essential to all telepaths As he doggedly chases Bester through Paris in an obvious homage to Victor Hugo s Les Mis rables there are scenes that I wish I could have seen played out by the original actors Maybe it s not too late for that since both actors are now about the same age their characters in this bookUltimately though it doesn t seem like much is really accomplished Bester is captured and Garibaldi goes back to his family If left alone Bester would have likely spent his remaining few years uietly in Paris attacking only the books he chose to target in his literary columnBut there s something to be said for that isn t there Justice isn t always exciting or even satisfying Sometimes it simply must be done so that everyone concerned can move on

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Lfred Bester's monstrous regime As Interstellar Alliance President John Sheridan intervenes to stop Final Reckoning PDFEPUBthe bloodshed his first mission is to hunt down war criminals Bester g It was a great ending and I loved the final scenes Bester just a bad dude all around