Re: Attn. JMS: Re. The Del Rey B5 trilogies, Galen in "The

 Posted on 8/14/2009 by to

On Aug 13, 6:51=A0pm, "Mac Breck" <> wrote:
> JMS,
> In "The Passing of the Techno-Mages" (especially towards the end of Book
> #3) Galen _appears_ _to_ _be_ more accomplished and more powerful than
> he is in "Crusade." =A0Did Jeanne Cavelos overstep what you intended as
> Galen's and the other Techno-Mages' capabilities?
> Did you have oversight of the writing of the three Del Rey B5 trilogies
> as they were being written, and did you guide the authors when you
> thought they might be going beyond what you wanted, in the interest of
> the books remaining canon to the B5 universe?
> Did you ever read the finished Del Rey B5 trilogies?
> If I had to guess, I'd say that there is no real, significant
> inconsistency between Galen in "The Passing of the Techno-Mages" and
> Galen in "Crusade" , and that appearances can be deceiving. =A0;-)
> p.s. =A0I really hate the hyphenated spelling (Techno-Mage) and think it
> looks much better (less clunky) as Technomage.

Will get to this when I can.

"No rush."