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5,0 von 5 SternenAccidental discovery with finding this book
VonP. J. Harrisam 25. September 2016 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
One night I was searching for Wikipedia entries for obscure Star Trek characters. I saw that this book referenced Lt Hawk and I was intrigued.
I have to say that I really enjoyed the story overall. I also really enjoyed the realistic and balanced way a Star Trek novel handled a gay officer. It was very tastefully done and was appropriate within the confines of the main story. It's very difficult to find healthy examples of LGBT characters in main stream books especially in the science fiction genre. My compliments to the author.
VonLt4020am 10. März 2015 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Good read. The prologue is excellent. We find out the direct aftermath of the events of Star Trek first contact. As a die hard fan it was nice to know what the early voyages of the enterprise E were like. The reason for 4 stars was the first third of the book seemed to move slowly for me. But things finally got interesting and a great plot was revealed. Something new and unique to the trek universe. It was cool to know the back story of lt. Hawk. Data also had a very unique struggle he dealt with. Also we learn a lot more about what section 31 does to "protect" the federation, not just military operations. We also find that they have a lot more influence and control than we've ever known. Section 31 is here to stay.
VonPJam 23. Oktober 2013 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This was a difficult book to put down. The story moved at a tremendous pace that kept me wanting to read more. Other ST novels had made abstract references to the relationship between Keru and Hawk, but this one gave life to that relationship. It was presented in a mature fashion, and was not patronizing or childish. The authors did not spend laborious amounts of time with flashbacks and introspection on the part of the characters as quite a few ST authors do. These guys told the story, and they told it well.
4,0 von 5 SternenYou just don't know a Section 31 agent is.
VonGregam 24. Dezember 2014 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Good pace. A nice blending of Picard's prior and current life. It did drag a tad near the end. Just building up suspense I guess. Section 31 is a force that should concern most in Star Fleet and the UFP. All in all a good read.