Too Close for Comfort

Leaper Beware The future you alter may be your ownWhen Dr Sam Beckett leaps into the middle of a men s encounter group, circa 1990, he meets Al Not the holographic Al from the near future, but a younger, soul searching Al, beating his naked chest in a mock tribal quest for his primitive nature It all seems pretty funny to Sam except for the fact that his missionLeaper Beware The future you alter may be your ownWhen Dr Sam Beckett leaps into the middle of a men s encounter group, circa 1990, he meets Al Not the holographic Al from the near future, but a younger, soul searching Al, beating his naked chest in a mock tribal quest for his primitive nature It all seems pretty funny to Sam except for the fact that his mission could make or break the Quantum Leap Project for All time.
Too Close for Comfort Leaper Beware The future you alter may be your ownWhen Dr Sam Beckett leaps into the middle of a men s encounter group circa he meets Al Not the holographic Al from the near future but a young

  • Title: Too Close for Comfort
  • Author: Ashley McConnell
  • ISBN: 9780441693238
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Too Close for Comfort”

    1. I thought this was quite good for a novel based on a TV show. I think it helps to have knowledge of the show though.

    2. I will admit that this was a harder book for me to connect with than I was expecting. Partly because (and I think erroneously on my part) that a TV series tie in would be less challenging or thought provoking or that the storyline was actually quite subtle and obscure - yes there were some very obvious aspects but they could just as easily be red herrings as much as poor plot devices. In the whole I really enjoyed and more so that it reminded me how clever and thought provoking the original seri [...]

    3. As with most of the Quantum Leap novels that followed, the premise for this is that Sam may accidentally change his own time line, this time because the destination for his latest leap involves his good friend Al. This is one of the better written books in the series, thanks mainly to the writing skills of Ashley McConnell.

    4. My notes say I didn't like this one as much as the first QL novel, and I didn't read any more after this. I recall it's an Al-centric story - he's in some kind of male drum-circle thing. It might have made for a decent episode, but as I recall the show was headed toward cancellation by then.

    5. Not as good at watching the show, but ok books written by people who were not involved in the show. I guess it would classify as "professional fan fiction."

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