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Ghost Dance: Dark Matters Trilogy 2 (Star Trek Voyager (Paperback Numbered), Band 20) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. November 2000

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Janeway and her crew in one universe, and Chakotay and Paris in another, are forced to retrace the epic journey of "Voyager" across the Delta Quadrant. En route, they encounter old foes and allies, while striving to outrace the cataclysmic doom now overtaking two separate realities.

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Von Ein Kunde am 25. Mai 2001
Format: Taschenbuch
I thought the first novel in the Dark Matters trilogy started a little slow but I was very quickly captured when I read the second one, this one. So, if you've read the first part and think you don't want to read the rest, reconsider. Part 2 and 3 really move in on the action.
The three novels are a good Voyager read, I especially enjoyed how Christie Golden brought back some of the "old" characters established in earlier seasons. And if you're a Tom Paris and/or Chakotay fan, this is a must-read. ;o)
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Von Hemeraner TOP 500 REZENSENTVINE-PRODUKTTESTER am 5. April 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Der Roman ist direkte Fortsetzung des Bandes Cloak and Dagger. Er teilt sich in drei Handlungsstränge sowie einigen kleineren Nebengeschehnissen auf, die mehr oder weniger gewichtig für die Handlung sind und sich zeitweilig in zu viele Details verlieren.

Zu den kleineren Geschehnissen gehört eine noch nicht näher genannte Präsenz, die ähnlich wie die Voyager die dunkle Materie aufsammelt. Wie sich aus der Beschreibung ihrer Reise ergibt, nimmt sie denselben Kurs wie das Föderationsschiff auf. So führt die Passage sie u. a. an den Kazon Nistren und den Vidiianern vorbei. Außerdem hat der gute Harry Kim sich hoffnungslos in Anilann Khala verliebt. Zunächst sieht es so aus, als habe er gute Karten, da sie seine Gefühle wie es scheint erwidert. Die Gute hat jedoch schon Probleme mit selbst zubereitetem Essen, da es sie an die verfeindete Kaste der Culilann erinnert. Diese religiösen Eiferer lassen ihre missgestalteten Kinder in der Wildnis zurück, ungeachtet ob sie jetzt mit modernen medizinischen Möglichkeiten geheilt werden könnten oder nicht. Die Kinder verschwinden ständig. Die Culilann gehen davon aus, dass sie von Raubtieren gerissen werden, doch werden die Kinder von der technologischen Kaste aufgepickt. Als Harry noch seine Klarinette hervorholt und auf ihr spielt, sieht es so aus, als habe er seine Chancen komplett vergeigt, da Khala die Musik als krank empfindet.

Die Haupthandlungsstränge sind:
Die Voyager ist auf der Suche nach weiterer dunkler Materie um diese aufzusammeln. Torres, Seven und Telek suchen nach einer Möglichkeit wie sie die Sphäre der Shepherds zum Funktionieren bringen.
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Sehr guter, interessanter Dreiteiler. Spannend geschrieben bis zum Schluss. Bezieht sich auf eine TV Serie (Wurmloch mit Romulaner).
Kann ich nur weiterempfehlen.
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HASH(0x9136c6a8) von 5 Sternen STV #20 Ghost Dance Dark Matters II - Absolutely intriguing! 27. März 2004
Von K. Wyatt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"Ghost Dance" is the second book in Christie Golden's Dark Matters trilogy and as good as the first one, "Cloak and Dagger" was, "Ghost Dance" is that much better. As "Cloak and Dagger" established the premise in which the author chose the character of Romulan scientist Telek R'Mor from Star Trek Voyager's first season episode of "Eye of the Needle" and the events of that episode and has expounded upon them beautifully in this trilogy; "Ghost Dance" takes the tale much further and gets into the heart of the subject.
The most impressive aspect of this and third novel is where the first novel established the premise of the entire trilogy, this second novel is where the true intrigue and the overall compelling nature of the story as a whole kicks in. As I casually read the first novel, this approach was unacceptable for the second as this trilogy turned into a true page turner!
The cover art for this second Dark Matters novel is on par with the first novel and a cut above the rest of the novels published at that time.
The Premise:
In "Cloak and Dagger" we learned that an individual named Lhiau who claimed to be a member of a race known as the Shepherds established contact with the Romulan Empire of twenty years in Voyager's past and that he more or less brought them an offer "they couldn't refuse." His primary contact with the Romulans was established through Jekri Kaleh, the chairman of the Tal Shiar, the Romulan's super secretive security organization. Armed with "superior" cloaking technology given to them by Lhiau, they intended to open a wormhole to the Delta Quadrant and send thirteen Warbirds to seize control of the technologically advanced Voyager...
"Ghost Dance" easily picks up where "Cloak and Dagger" left off, although there is one minor distraction which is the "cleverly" played retrospective of the first novel, just in case somebody decides to start this brilliant Trek trilogy with the second novel instead of the first one.
With "Ghost Dance," Christie Golden's talents as an author shine even more brilliantly as she takes us even deeper into the political intrigue involving the Chairman of the Tal Shiar, Jekri Kaleh; an extremely well written and developed character that more or less carries the story. Along with the exceptionally well written Jekri Kaleh parts, the author's skill in fast paced, narrative and action driven Trek fiction shine as she takes us through Captain Janeway and her crews steps in solving the many problems caused by the rogue Shepherds release of mutated Dark Matter upon their universe and the wonderfully well told sub plot of Chakotay and Paris's experiences after Chakotay dragged them through a "portal" to an unknown planet...
I highly recommend this and the other two novels in the trilogy as author Christie Golden, with this trilogy once again proved why she is one of Star Trek's premier authors. She is truly capable of some of the most creative story telling in the world of Trek fiction! {ssintrepid}
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HASH(0x9137cc30) von 5 Sternen Still Impressed! 12. November 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The second book of this trilogy keeps up the promise of the first as Chakotay and Tom Paris have been ripped away from their friends on Voyager and tossed onto a new planet. Their first contact with these people is harsh and painful, but plans are made to retrieve them by another possible set of allies.
Back on Voyager, the crew is set forth by a higher evolved species to go and cleanse the Delta Quadrant of dark matter. Helped by the Romulan scientist and an alien that they found they begin to delve into the instrument they have been given and go forth on their quest.
Poor Harry Kim takes it in the heart again when he falls in love with the new alien woman. Her society is technologically advanced and she wants nothing to do with natural things. Some of those things near and dear to Harry's heart.
In the Alpha Quadrant, there is plenty of political intrique with the Romulan court and the head of the Tal Shiar.
Once again, with this new setup of stories extending two or more novels, there is plenty to sink your teeth into. I find myself looking more and more for the next novel to come out. I can only hope that this new view extends into the new year!
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HASH(0x9101babc) von 5 Sternen Good Sequel 9. Juni 2001
Von J. Straub - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The second book certainly fulfilled any expectations set by its predecessor. The writing and plot is moderately good. The story keeps moving throughout and unlike many books, there are no points at which you wonder what in the world the remaining 150 pages are for. On the other hand, this book is by no means a cliffhanger. The book will make little to no sense without the first book, and really resolves no issues on its own. If you plan to only read one book in the trilogy, the first or third would clearly be a better choice. The story once again centers around a substance called "Dark Matter." This dark matter, according to the novel, supposedly exists everywhere in a limbo between this galaxy and others. The series' villain, a renegade from a super-powerful group called the Shepards, has been causing the Romulans to bring this matter into our universe. The matter, when in contact with living flesh causes irrational behavior. Janeway and crew, at the request of another Shepard continue on their quest to disinfect planets affected by the dark matter and collect it to prevent further calamity.
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HASH(0x91322318) von 5 Sternen My Intro To Voyager 25. Juni 2002
Von Lisa - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This was the book that sucked me into the Voyager books. Yes, I started with the middle of a series, but why not? It got me interested. The book is wonderfully written, as is the rest of the series with action and adventure. The end of the book bothered me a bit but I have read all three 3 times. I deffinatly recomend them to all Trek lovers out there.
HASH(0x910733a8) von 5 Sternen A decent middle part to the trilogy. 5. Januar 2001
Von D. Sinclair - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The second volume starts where the first volume left off: Voyager has signed on for a mission to rid whole solar systems of dark matter, Chakotay and Paris are lost in a parallel "shadow" universe, and the chairman of the Tal Shi'ar has to take responsibility for the loss of 13 warbirds. In addition, we are introduced to a strange, powerful entity that is suffering from amnesia, and whose identity will only be revealed in the final volume.
As in the first part, the Romulan subplot is the most interesting. Even though she is a villain, Tal Shi'ar leader Jekri Kaleh manages to capture the reader's sympathies, and her fall from grace makes for an exciting, suspenseful story.
Chakotay and Paris find themselves caught in the middle of a conflict between two opposing factions of the race inhabiting the planet in the shadow universe. One faction has embraced a simple lifestyle and renounced technology, the other has chosen the opposite path. Bigottry and feelings of cultural superiority run rampant in both camps, and it takes two Federation officers to make some of these people see the light.. standard Star Trek stuff, not particularly imaginative, and relatively unrelated to the main storyline. A typical example of formulaic storytelling: split the crew up, get two characters into some predicament involving a moral lesson, and resolve the situation just in time for the closing credits.
The third storyline, the one that involves Voyager, is of the same caliber. Torres, Seven and Telek have to figure out how to use the 'ball' given to them by the Shepherds, and as usual, the solution consists of some ad-hoc procedure involving lots of treknology. Golden dutifully drags it out through some chapters, but there is of course never any doubt as to the eventual outcome.
"Ghost Dance" is not high literature, but for five bucks, it is entertaining enough, and it manages to keep the reader interested enough to read the final volume.
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