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  • Verlag: Star Trek
  • ISBN-10: 0671017446
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671017446
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,5 x 10,9 x 3,6 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 14. Dezember 1999
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„Avenger" stellt das Ende der Odyssee-Trilogie von William Shatner dar. Und dieser Roman ist genauso spannend und packend wie die ersten Bücher geschrieben. Das mag zwar an den Künsten der Co-Autoren Judith und Garfield Reeves-Stevens liegen, macht aber nichts. Man sollte allerdings diese beiden Romane vorher gelesen haben, bevor man sich an "Avenger" wagt. Zwar bauen die Romane nicht unmittelbar aufeinander auf, doch wird so manches Mal ein Bezug zu vorherigen Ereignissen eingefügt, die man nur dann versteht, wenn man die anderen Bücher gelesen hat. In diesem Buch beschreibt Shatner endlich das, was man lange erwartet hatte: Seinen (also Kirks) Kampf gegen Picard! Diesmal versucht Kirk die gesamte Föderation vor dem gnadenlosen Untergang zu bewahren, doch Captain Jean-Luc Picard ist der einzige, der ihn aufhalten könnte. Stellt sich der neue Captain der Enterprise nun dem legendären Captain der ersten Enterprise in den Weg? Ich jedenfalls freue mich schon auf den nächsten Shatner-Roman. Und vor allem darauf, die englischen Originale zu lesen. (Dies ist eine Amazon.de an der Uni-Studentenrezension.)
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The sub-plots are well thought out and the character development for Kirk and Spock and McCoy made them 3-dimensional rather than the flat personalities seen in most Star Trek novels. The personalities of the Enterprise crew were accurate as well although not in as much depth. I thought Shatner did a good job of presenting the dilemma of how to develop the use of resources and how to manage our use of the environment. Of course no answer was presented. Perhaps in future novels possibilities could be investigated. How to manage the environment is second only to how to treat your neighbor. I am a teacher and a biologist and could not help but note some glaring errors in the biology as it was presented. Here are my observations:
p. 47: RNA is single-stranded so we do not speak of pairs of things with RNA. There are absolutely no amino acid pairs in either RNA or DNA. p. 47-48: The virogen resides within cells and divides when cells divide. That would not ! explain why it is spread by exhalation and secretions. In mammals, rapidly dividing cells line the digestive tract and more slowly dividing cells underlie the epidermis. Other adult somatic cells divide only upon injury. p. 89: The word epiphytic refers to plants that grow on other plants. If it floats in the air it is simply air-borne or free-living. p. 172: -357 degrees Celsius is way below absolute zero, which is -273 degrees C. p. 349: Algae as well as plant cells have a cell membrane and a cell wall. The cell wall does not prevent the passage of molecules while the cell membrane is selective. Large molecules and ions and charged molecules are restricted through the cell membrane. Structures such as organelles (mitochondria and chloroplasts) could never pass through the cell membrane or the cell wall.
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William Shatner's third foray into Star Trek novels leaves one believing that his novels will inevitably end up as his "Tek" book series did- overdone. "Avenger" lacks the originality of his previous work, "The Return" and relies on outlandish interpretations of past Star Trek events to lull readers into a sense of excitement.
"Avenger" chronicles the presence of a conspiracy within the Federation by a Vulcan dissident group known as "The Symmetrists" who rely on biological warfare to reach their goals. At the same time, Ambassador Spock finds out that his father Sarek who passed away a few years earlier, was murdered, and did not die of Bendii Syndrome as was previously believed. And of course, Kirk is alive yet again.
"The Return," which was full of excitement, carried a slight air of disbelievability. "Avenger" reeks of it. Almost every event chronicled in this novel is extremely unlikely to say the least. Vulcan dissidents have been attempted in Star Trek novels before. (See A.C. Crispins's "Sarek") They were no more convincing this time. That a logic-based society would resort to terrorism is "preposterous", as one character in the novel aptly stated. As for Shatner's dim view of the future of the Federation? It was completely contrived as a convenient storyline, as was the "sudden revelation" about Sarek's death. Sarek's "murder" does not directly contradict the events from Star Trek: The Next Generation's story "Unification, Part II", but it does so indirectly, and I might add, conveniently.
As for Kirk's survival yet again?
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To his credit, Shatner has shouldered much of the burden for novels that "fill in the gaps" between motion pictures. Personally, I like his approach in both The Return and The Avenger, the idea that things _do_ move on. I despise this recent trend in Star Wars and Star Trek of "remember when" stories where we have to go back in time and "see how it all began." However, I was a little disappointed in Avenger...one gets the feeling that Shatner is like Captain Kirk in one important way; while he claims he's tired of the role of Captain, he can't quite bring himself to let it go. I don't know if he's trying to create some kind of legacy to survive him or what, but it's obvious Shatner does not want to see Captain Kirk ever die. Worse, the treatment of Spock in the story was very sad. Spock, a character of proud dignity, is reduced to a sniveling and whiny Vulcan more appropriate for the Wonder Years or Growing Pains. I can accept the whole Bendii disease, but the effect it had on Spock's behavior was a little too exaggerated for me. I don't think even a disease could have caused Spock to break out in a big smile when he and Kirk first meet, nor would he scream. Overall, the story is a good filler for those of us who have to wait 2 years between movies, but I think the overemphasis on 30 year old episodes and the aggrandizement of Kirk is a definite turnoff.
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