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Date: 2013-02-24 07:41 am (UTC)
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I actually found and reread this book, so I could comment on this post! Here's a few of the things I loved:

-The gunning down of the plant rooms - incredibly dramatic and shocking. As said above, the Brownstone is no longer a shield. (I'll love to see an adaption of this book for that scene alone). Which, I think, is only emphasised by the fact Wolfe ends up traveling for part of the book - a foreshadowing of what he will be required to do in that "mortal encounter"?

-Archie's search for the murder weapon: I just find it v. amusing that he can't shake Madeline and I like their banter and Archie's willingness to "take a tip from a woman"

-Archie's and Wolfe's protectiveness of each other. Archie is very much about the physical protection - staying up all night in case Mr. Jones tries something funny, putting that blanket over him. Wolfe protects by keeping knowledge from Archie - if Archie doesn't know any details about Mr. Jones and other players know he doesn't, then he can't be shaken down or hurt for those details.
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