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am 13. Juni 2000
After finishing the Enterprise Logs. It was hard for me to believe that all of the included stories were written by previously established, and otherwise well respected Star Trek authors. I have read other works by most of these authors, and I was amazed, and very disappointed in how bad some of these stories were. Most of the stories seem to be thrown together with almost minimal character structure behind them. The reader is instantly thrown into the story, and expected to feel some rapport with the lesser known Captains of the famous ships known as Enterprise. The Captain Decker story, and the Captain Harriman story while far from perfect at least made the book bearable. In my opinion it seemed as if each author were attempting to out do the next with a special revelation, or accenting on an important point in the Trek legend. Now at first the concept is exciting, but after two, or three below average stories. The shine wears very quickly off of the concept, and makes it feel cheap, and "fanish". I am very disappointed in this book, and feel that with further poor decsions like this one. It will only drive the audience away, and find other series to enjoy.