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The Nanotech War (Star Trek Voyager (Paperback Unnumbered)) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Steven Piziks
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29. Oktober 2002 Star Trek Voyager (Paperback Unnumbered)
On a largely mechanical world, Voyager discovers the strangest alien civilisation of all...and the meeting of worlds awakens the galaxy's deadliest enemies. In the furthest reaches of the Delta Quadrant the USS Voyager has encountered many strange and wondrous worlds -- but none so curious as that of the Chiar. An advanced race whose scientists have become galactic experts in nanotechnology, the Chiar have expanded inwards rather than out. Every inch of their planet is crawling with the tiniest bits and pieces of artificial intelligence imaginable, all of them working in concert to form the lifeblood of this mechanical world. The Chiar themselves are inseparable from their nanobots, which layer their skin and provide additional limbs or senses as required. Caught up in internal political conflict, some of the Chiar will take advantage of their meeting with the Starship Voyager to embark on an experiment which goes quietly but devastatingly out of control. Never thinking that there could exist a technology they can't tame, they believe that they can harness the awesome power of the Borg -- a conceit which soons turns out to be their most terrible mistake.


Produktinformation

  • Taschenbuch: 352 Seiten
  • Verlag: Star Trek (29. Oktober 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0743436466
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743436465
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,1 x 10,7 x 2,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (3 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 315.112 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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On a largely mechanical world, Voyager discovers the strangest alien civilisation of all...and the meeting of worlds awakens the galaxy's deadliest enemies. In the furthest reaches of the Delta Quadrant the USS Voyager has encountered many strange and wondrous worlds -- but none so curious as that of the Chiar. An advanced race whose scientists have become galactic experts in nanotechnology, the Chiar have expanded inwards rather than out. Every inch of their planet is crawling with the tiniest bits and pieces of artificial intelligence imaginable, all of them working in concert to form the lifeblood of this mechanical world. The Chiar themselves are inseparable from their nanobots, which layer their skin and provide additional limbs or senses as required. Caught up in internal political conflict, some of the Chiar will take advantage of their meeting with the Starship Voyager to embark on an experiment which goes quietly but devastatingly out of control. Never thinking that there could exist a technology they can't tame, they believe that they can harness the awesome power of the Borg -- a conceit which soons turns out to be their most terrible mistake.

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Steven Piziks is a new voice in the Star Trek universe. His previous science fiction novels include Corporate Mentality and In the Company of Mind for Baen.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Erstlingswerk ist gelungen. Bitte mehr davon. 3. Juni 2010
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Die Voyager gerät in einem Ionensturm mit einem weiteren fremden Schiff. Dieses ist der Prototyp eines Warpschiffes und somit sieht sich Janeway in einer Erstkontaktsituation gegenüber. Da die Voyager ebenfalls beschädigt wurde und die Dilithiumvorräte zuneige gehen begleitet sie den Fremden zu seinen Heimatplaneten. Dort ist man gerne zu einem Dilithiumhandel bereit. Einer der Kontinente kann jedoch nicht gescannt werden. Es sind dort auch Waffen stationiert, die auf Dilithium basieren. Die Chiar lassen sich nicht an Bord beamen, da der Transporter sie als bedrohlich identifiziert. Wie die Borg haben sie Nanotechnologie in ihre Organismen integriert. Naniten sind zentraler Bestandteil der Kultur. Bei den ersten Treffen findet die Crew heraus, dass der Planet zwei Hauptfraktionen hatte, die sich im Krieg befunden haben. Die unterlegene Seite dient der Goracar Allianz auf Chiar als Sklaven. Nach und nach kristallisiert sich heraus, dass die Chiar ein Interesse an den weiblichen Besatzungsmitgliedern haben. Seven of Nine versucht derweil ihre Kindheit nachzuholen und ihr menschliches Selbst in den Vordergrund zu rücken. Dabei knüpft sie zarte Bande mit Chakotay.

- Der Band spielt definitiv kurz vor Ende der Serie in der siebten Staffel. Hier wird endlich gezeigt, was der Zuschauer schmerzlich vermisste: Wie es nach und nach zu der Annäherung Chakotay/Seven kam. Der Band ist spannend geschrieben.
- Witzig: Tuvoks Angriffe auf Neelix Kochkünste. Der Austausch seiner Rezepte würde einen kriegerischen Akt darstellen und seine Gerichte könnten kaum noch schlimmer werden.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen ein mittelmäßiger Voyager-Roman 13. Dezember 2004
Von Ein Kunde
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Meiner Meinung nach ist dies der schwächste Voyager-Roman. Die Haupthandlung an sich ist interessant. (Voygaer wird in den Konflikt einer fremden Rasse hineingezogen. Wie der Titel schon sagt sind Nanieten mit im Spiel.)
Leider bleiben die Charaktere am Papier kleben und wollen einfach nicht lebendig werden.
Es wird auf die Beziehung zwischen Seven und Chakoty hingedeutet, die wir in Endgame zu sehen bekommen und sie wirkt für mich genauso unglaubwürdig und out of charakter, wie in der finalen Episode.
Von mir nur **/*****
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr zu empfehlen 14. August 2007
Von K. Beck-Ewerhardy TOP 1000 REZENSENT
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Ein sehr komplexe Geschichte, die trotzdem rasant vor den Augen der Leserinnen udn Leser abläuft, und bei einigen charakterlichen Überraschungen den Figuren doch true blibt. Auf jeden Fall lesenswert.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An Enjoyable Read. 6. Januar 2003
Von Diane Bellomo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First of all, don't be misled by the cover art. Don't *ever* be misled by cover art! Haven't we all learned this lesson? Although intriguing, it does not mean this is a P/7 story, as some avid P/Ters were certain of when this book first appeared. While the story's key players happen to be Paris and Seven, their plotlines go in different directions.
In fact, this story, set after the Paris/Torres nuptials but before Miral, has enough P/T moments in it to qualify as naughty fanfic, if lines like "And that was all either of them said for quite some time." or "Then she kissed him. Hard." were expanded a paragraph or two. As an avid P/Ter myself, I was able to fill in those particular blanks very nicely, thank you. And speaking of Miral, I don't think this story is set too much before her. Torres is nauseous enough times to make me suspicious, and one time she actually pukes, so, hey, you do the math.
Obviously, a story about people who use nanotechnology almost exclusively would eventually involve Seven rather intimately, but the Paris subplot leaks dangerously into the gratuitous plot device, involving as it does "accidental" kidnapping and amnesia in Our Favorite Pilot. I'll let you figure out what happens when he's returned to the ship without his memory. (These people, by the way, named the Chiar, were described as looking something like St. Bernard dogs, but I kept calling them the Chair and imagining my dining room. Funny what a one-letter switch will do to a word, huh?)
Janeway, unfortunately, does little in this book but stomp from the bridge to her ready room and figure *everything* out in the last dozen pages or so. Fortunately, we've seen this enough times in Trek, so the "too much, too fast," ending is no surprise.
And you can see, after all this, I still gave the book four stars. That's because: a) I love Star Trek Voyager, and b) I thought it was an enjoyable read, if not a memorable one. Despite the numerous typos and odd repeated use of the same word in the same sentence (i.e., "Seven shut the tricorder and headed for the mouth of the alley, her mouth set in a grim line."), there were enough clever moments to make this book worthwhile.
One final note of caution: If you're not a fan of C/7, then you'd better watch your step with this one. It is most certainly pointing in that direction. But at least we're given a clue about how C/7 got its start, something distinctly missing from the show. And that clue was believeable and well-written, IMNSHO.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best "Voyager" novels so far. 17. November 2002
Von Nina M. Osier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm entitled to that opinion because I've read them all.
This book has an interesting and solid science fiction plot, and it nails the characters dead on. My only complaint (which I've finally convinced myself is not a reason to give it 4 stars instead of 5) is "not enough Janeway."
I particularly enjoyed having someone give me a credible back story for the Chakotay/Seven of Nine romance that appeared so abruptly in "Endgame." Well done! I do hope this author will be writing more "Voyager" books!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A good Voyager story 10. November 2002
Von Donna H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are a Voyager fan, you will most likely enjoy this book. It will especially appeal to fans of the B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris relationship. It also gives a bit of a background to the Chakotay and Seven relationship portrayed in the series finale, to help "fill in the blanks" of their romance. The author has come up with an "alien of the week" that is exciting to read about. If you are not a Voyager fan, it will be slightly less interesting, as the author seems to assume that you are already somewhat familiar with the characters and plot of the series. In all, as a fan of the series, I liked it quite a bit, and recommend it to others who are also fans, and to non-fans who are willing to ignore references to the series that they are unfamiliar with.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A fantastic addition to any Voyager's bookshelf!! 6. März 2003
Von Karl Simon Scriba - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Ever since I started watching Voyager about halfway through the series, I fell in love with it majorly. I like it better than any other Star Trek series, for the characters, the adventures, the races, technology, creatures, hard descions and starship battles. Voygaer represents all that can happen with the emotional part of life and all that can happen with the discovering part of life. When I heard of this new Voyager novel, I knew I had to get it.
I would say that it's about time that they had a novel where the two main characters whom are captured, experimented upon, tortured, helped by the crew, and finally becoming the rescuers themselves are Tom Paris and Seven of Nine. Paris and Seven are my two top favorite characters of the Voyager cast and I have been waiting for an adventure when they were the main hero and heronie of the story. In this adventure Paris is the one who goes through more experimenting on and biological tamopering than Seven, who only has some of her nanoprobes extracted. Paris has his entire memory erased, which later puts a huge strain on all of his friends and most of all, his wife, B'Elanna Torres, and then he is stripped of his uniform and human clothing and outfitted with his own suit of Chiar nanites. After that, he is sold as a slave and forced to work around the clock under the hand of an abusive master. Seven is off of Voyager more than Paris, where she is imprisoned and betrayed by both conflicting sides of the Chiar society. And as in may cases, there is someone who wants the technology from her body to enhance their own. It's at this point when Seven has some of her nanoprobes extracted. Over confidence of the Chiar scientist proves to be deadly, and in the end, only Paris and Seven can save the Chiar homeworld.
In this story, Seven of Nine learns more of her human side with the help of Commander Chakotay and comes closer to regaining her individuallity. Tom Paris gives us all an insight on why he loves B'Elanna Torres and of how he relearns his love is really touching.
If you're a Voyager fan and don't have this book, GET IT!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Nanotech War is an awesome read! 28. November 2002
Von Tim Dowling - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Anyone who is thinking about buying this book - DO IT! You will not be disappointed. This book has many references to the Chakotay/Seven relationship that we all saw at the end of the series. The relationship of B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris is another focal point of this story, as B'Elanna tries to overcome the kidnapping of her new husband by a group of aliens, who appear to be very nice.
Steve Piziks is a wonderful author, and the one question that comes to mind: Why haven't we heard of him before?
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