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A Time to Hate (Star Trek (Unnumbered Paperback), Band 6) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Robert Greenberger
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29. Juni 2004 Star Trek (Unnumbered Paperback) (Buch 6)
On the cusp of their epic battle with Shinzon, many of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's long-time crew were heading for new assignments and new challenges. Among the changes were William Riker's promotion to captain and his new command, Riker's marriage to Counselor Deanna Troi, and Dr. Beverly Crusher's new career at Starfleet Medical. But the story of what set them on a path away from the "Starship Enterprise(TM) " has never been told.UNTIL NOW.The recurring blood feuds between the Bader and the Dorset ended mysteriously a century ago when both races colonized the planet Delta Sigma IV. But, unknown until now, it was a reaction to a naturally occurring gas that led to their harmonious existence...a reaction that would eventually mean certain death for the planet's inhabitants. What the "Enterprise" crew believed was a cure for the population -- a treatment introduced into Delta Sigma IV's environment by Kyle Riker, a man at odds with his son, Commander William Riker -- has instead triggered worldwide carnage, as long-suppressed aggression and hostility are suddenly and violently unleashed. Caught in a world on the brink of self-destruction, Captain Picard -- a man still waging his own personal battle for redemption in the eyes of his commanding officers -- must somehow find a way to resolve this catastrophic event and save his crew, even as the implications of his actions may ultimately doom an entire race....


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  • Taschenbuch: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Star Trek (29. Juni 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0743462890
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743462891
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,2 x 10 x 2,6 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 260.675 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew become caught in the middle of a violent outbreak of destruction between the Bader and Dorset races that have colonized the planet Delta Sigma IV as they race against time to stop the carnage.

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Together with Pocket Books Star Trek editor John J. Ordover, Robert Greenberger created the overall Gateways concept which forms the basis of the seven-part crossover series.


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Die Situation spitzt sich zu: Bader und Dorset kloppen sich die Grütze aus dem Hirn und wenn die Föderation helfen will, wird die auch noch ermeuchelt... Crusher hat im letzten Band herausbekommen, dass das in der Atmosphäre befindliche Liscom-Gas die ansonsten aggressiven Bader und Dorset zu einer friedlichen Idylle verholfen hat. Allerdings wurde auch die Lebenszeit extrem verkürzt. Die Föderation hat ein Jahr lang nach einer Lösung für die kurze Lebensdauer gesucht und konnte dieses Problem auch neutralisieren. Jedoch hatte die medizinische Abteilung übersehen, dass die Behandlung auch ihre künstlich hervorgerufene Kooperationsbereitschaft abschaltet und die Wesen zu ihrer natürlichen Haltung zurückgekehrt sind. Kyle Riker fühlt sich dafür verantwortlich. Picard fordert Beverly zu einer folgenschweren Entscheidung, die ihre ärztlichen Grundsätzen widerspricht...

- Interessant sind lediglich die Anspielungen, weshalb Riker und Troi erneut zueinander gefunden haben und Crusher zurück zur medizinischen Abteilung will. Das trägt aber keinen Roman. Greenberger ist zwar kein Neuling im ST-Universum. Seine Beiträge sind nicht schlecht, aber hier hat er sich etwas in die Nesseln gesetzt. David Mack, der den nächsten Zweiteiler schreibt greift auf diesen Band zwar zurück, hat den aber wohl nicht so recht gelesen. Picard erfährt nicht von Crushers Dilemma hinsichtlich der Stelle als Leiterin der Medizinischen Abteilung durch einen einfachen Brief des derzeitigen Leiters, sondern weil Data sich verplappert hat, da er glaubte es wäre allseits bekannt nachdem LaForge, das alte Klatschweib, ihm die Story erzählt hat.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A Time to Love/ Hate 29. November 2012
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I'm not so sure where to start. I gonna comment on both Love and Hate, because it's like one book just hidden in two different covers.
Actually I was really looking forward to read these book. The covers and titles looked appealing and I always loved the Riker/Troi story. I have to admit that I finshed the books pretty fast, but just because I was waiting for Riker to be captured and tortured (which unfortunately happens in the nxt book, not this).

I won't summerize the whole story. there are a lot of reviews that state exactly that.

+ I really like the "ethical dilemma" they're facing while saving a whole planet
+ and there were alsoafew thoughtful lines in Riker's reasoning and some funny lines between him and his father later on.
+ the last few pages before Riker is be found are pretty cute

now let's go on with the "not so nice part"

- I read the ebook and for sure it needs another proof-reader (or maybe just ONE)
- most of the time there were no free lines between different plots. There is one dialoge that just merges into another and
doesn't make sense till you find out that it's about two different people. also, there are lines like Troi and a security
guy moved infront of Picard to protect him. But on the page before Troi alreadyleft the hall.
or riker's father needed to concentrate on the flying while they were walking through the woods.

- I know that this is one of the books that explains how we got to the mariage at the beginning of Nemesis (which I always loved), but I absolutly can't get how this happened in this book. I probably expected way more for them. I think Peter David should have been the one who writes the story where Troi and Riker get engaged.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Prima - kann aber nicht allein stehen 9. August 2007
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Die Situation spitzt sich zu. Die Bader und die Dorsets treffen immer öfter und die Bevölkerung beginnt sich an Hand der rassischen Trennlinien zu spalten. Bei der Rückkehr ins Regierungsgebäude stellt Cpt. Picard zu seinem Entsetzen fest, dass die beiden Gruppierungen eine räumliche Trennung ihrer Regierungsgeschäfte vorgenommen haben.

Währenddessen versucht Geordi die ENTERPRISE in Gang zu bringen und arbeitet erfolgreich mit den Ingenieuren anderer Schiffe zusammen, die ebenfalls Versorgungsengpässe haben.

Durch Geordis Geschäfte steigt allerdings in letzter Zeit das Ansehen der ENTERPRISE und der Besatzung wieder, die seit der Begegnung mit dem Geisterschiff geschätzt wurden und nur wenig interessante Aufträge bekamen.

Als die Bevölkerung des Planeten immer mehr dem aggressiven Wahnsinn verfällt, müssen sich immer mehr Sicherheitsleute nach unten begeben – und werden auch prompt angegriffen.

Außerdem erfahren wir in diesem Roman noch, wie es zur Hochzeit von Will und Deanna im „Nemesis“-Film gekommen ist und warum Kyle Riker bei diesem für seinem Sohn wichtigen Fest nicht anwesend sein konnte.

Zügig und spannend erzählt und genau in die Erzählprogression der Reihe passend.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Best (So Far) of the "A Time To..." Series 19. Juli 2004
Von Antoine D. Reid - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This was truly the book that made the "A Time to..." series seem validated. Before, I was a little let down because of what happened in the previous books. If you are unfamiliar with the "A Time to..." series, it's meant to explain all the changes the audience was forced to work with during the last Next Generation movie, Star Trek: Nemesis. "Born" tells the story of the Enterprise's reputation being tarnished and Picard and crew being put through the ringer for political and personal reasons by Starfleet and the Federation. "Die" is your basic TNG story, Riker and crew remain loyal to Picard and put their careers on the line to prove his actions in "Born" were justified. "Sow" has the crew rebounding somewhat and dealing with a race of people who suffered a disaster stemming back fromt he days of Captain Archer and the crew of the NX-Enterprise. "Harvest" has the crew once more putting a lot on the line to do right and save a planet's people. "Love" is the book that sets up the events in this installment, dealing with the relationship between Cmdr. William T. Riker and his estranged father, Kyle Riker.
Perhaps one weak point of the book is that it references other books that the reader may not have read. Peter David's "Imzadi" is the basis of much of the Deanna/William Riker story line. There's a part where Deanna retells parts of "Imzadi" to Vale, trying to get her to understand the relationship she has with William Riker. Much of the material for the Kyle/Will relationship comes from the book, "Deny Thy Father," part of last year's Lost Era series. This book, if you have read those, does well in putting new spins on these older works, bringing the aged perspective on them both.
This book does have a lot of action. It's one of the few books where the Enterprise really isn't used. The personell though is deployed into a dangerous situation on Delta Sigma and the author chooses to up the action and really drive home that this isn't the normal mission. People die, Picard's diplomatic skills really don't get them to where they would in most TNG episodes, Vale really finds her place alongside the usual characters and as a security chief. There are action scenes spread throughout the book so don't think it's a snooze fest filled with conversations and such.
What I liked about the book is that finally, just as in "Love," we're getting the substance that makes Nemesis perhaps a more comprehensible movie. Crusher, as in most of the "A Time to" series, really is given a task here. Not only does she have to find a cure to save those on Delta Sigma but each action she takes makes her wonder if she's needed elsewhere, such as back at Starfleet Medical. We get glimpses and ideas of what life she lived when she headed SM back during the second season and why she left. We also are given a lot of moments where her relationship with Picard is actually given some attention. No hitting around the bush as in many books but we get the idea that there's this forbidden love between them.
This is the book that also describes how Deanna and Riker came to decide it was time for them to move on to the next step in their relationship. I felt that after all William T. Riker went through in this book, he's a changed man, perhaps he finally comes to terms with the actions of his father and understand him better and also in turn understands himself and his life a little better. This is a Riker book and it breathes new life into Riker, setting up up for his command of the Titan and his own series. There are many hints of what's to come in the "Titan" series to debut in 2005. Janeway's appearance at the end alludes to "Mosaic" but it fit. I really like the candid manner Janeway seems to take with everyone in her position as admiral. The author does a great job of finding a way to do justice to everyone.
The highpoint of this book comes with the conclusion. It's darker than most TNG episodes or novels and I actually think that's great. This isn't a win-win situation. Picard has a hard choice to make and either way, it's going to have a great impact on those on Delta Sigma and those serving under him. It's rather sad to see how things are turning out because Picard seems to realize things are going to change and he can't do anything about it. Crusher's choice to leave for Starfleet Medical is given a lot of attention and seems to spread to other's on the command staff, making each wonder if they're going to move on or be forced to seperate from one another. Even Troi contemplates her career, a move the author did that made Deanna seem a tad bit more lively because she's not satisfied with just being a counselor anymore it seems.
This book delivers on the setup of the entire "A Time to..." concept and I would say it stands among the top Next Generation novels. It alludes to other books and series, has the characters really thinking about where they belong and having to make tough decisions about their lives. In my opinion, the best book so far in the "A Time to..." series. Don't miss the opportunity to read this one if you've been underwhelmed by the other books. Believe me, this book alludes to the fact that it's going to get a lot better and even more thrilling.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Getting Better, But Still Predictable 11. Juli 2004
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This "A Time To" series has been rather disappointing with it's previous books. These recent books by Robert Greenberger have been slightly better thant the previous books, but they still could be better.
A problem with this book is repetitiveness. We constantly have Dr. Crusher contemplating on if she should accept a job offering at Starfleet Medical. Well, guess what? It's already stated on the back cover what her decision is so this constant should I/shouldn't I gets tedious and rather annoying.
Than there's the over the top action. While I understand that this is set on a planet where the society is falling a part and all sorts of crap will hit the fan, there's only so much of it you can read before you stop caring. And this book will do that to you half-way through.
The relationship between Commander Riker and his father is a bit cliched, and, without going into detailed spoilers, has a very predictable outcome.
Really, this book should only get two stars, but the end of it which implies some shady dealings going on in the Federation government was interesting enoug to earn it an extra star.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen ST: TNG A Time to Hate 14. Juli 2004
Von Joe Zika - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Star Trek: The Next Generation "A Time to Hate" written by Robert Greenberger is a continuation of the story from "A Time to Love" also written by Greenberger. The "A Time to..." books are a recap of the untold events that have happened to the U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew between Star Trek: "Insurrection" and Star Trek: "Nemesis."
First off "A Time to Hate" is not a go getter action book. No Sir... The only action is hand to hand and there are two different storylines that the author is trying to keep the reader's interested in, and there is adequate interation between the characters as we read on in the book. I for one, found this book could have used a little more detail in its character development as they are searching for their career goals on the Enterprise and elsewhere in the Federation. It looks like Captain Picard's stellar bridge crew is in for some major changes.
"A Time to Hate" centers around two major themes within the book. First is the resolution of the conflict between the two major races that inhabit Delta Sigma IV. As the effects of the liscom gas has made the Bader and the Dorset, two highly aggressive races, work together in harmony, but has shortened their lifespans. The Federation has come to the rescue and found a cure, but at what price and to what extent has the cure been used? The book evolves with a few interesting twists in this storyline.
The Second storyline is that of the resolution of the estrangement between Kyle and Will Riker, father and son. This story is for all those who like to read about Will Riker in these Star Trek Books and he gets a lot of book time in this story. This storyline was rather straight forward and most of the action was found here with Kyle providing it.
"A Time to Hate" is a character story for the most part and if you like those types of stories you'll be happy to know that this is one of them. The action is minimal and is relegated to hand to hand with a few phaser blasts to spice it up.
All in all, I rated this a solid 3 stars as the author could have written a far more interesting story if he wanted to, but due to pressures and deadlines we get a dead book out of the Star Trek mill. I believe that even the author knows that he could do better. Sorry folks, "A Time to Love" and "A Time to Hate" are the weakest books so far in the "A Time to..." series.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Weak but OK 23. November 2004
Von Tommy Jeffers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"Hate" continues the weak story from "Love." It is an ok book and a good time killer. If you expect to be moved or thrilled this is not the book for it. We do get to see more of Kyle Riker and the purposal of marriage between Riker and Troi, but the book is lacking. The relationship between Seer and Riker is likely the most interesting part of the novel, but some of the other situations seem absurd. Why would Kyle Riker do some of the things he does? The "sense of guilt" angle gets old and lame quickly. If you are not a die hard Trek fan....skip it.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen The series has been good but the book bogs down here. 27. September 2004
Von JK - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've got to disagree with the other reviews -- the series has been fun to read up until now, but it stagnates with this book. The author has stretched a one book story over two books. This book consisted of the following sections:

1) Riker and his dad do not like each other

2) Dr Crusher is trying to solve the medical issue

3) Riots on the planet

4) Picard doing nothing

Repeat, repeat, repeat......my advice if you're reading the series but not a die-hard trekkie, skip the Love/Hate books and move on.
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