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Equinox: Star Trek Voyager Season Six Mass Market Paperback – 1 Nov 1999

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 254 pages
  • Publisher: Star Trek (1 Nov. 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671042955
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671042950
  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 2.2 x 10.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 811,323 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I thought this book was fantastic. For those who haven't seen the TV episode, Voyager comes across another Federation ship, the Equinox, under attack, and comes to their rescue, only to find that they are the agressors in this conflict. We see a rather stark side to Janeway, who wages a rather personal war against her opposite number, and we get an idea of how both crews feel about at last meeting other Federation-people after so long in the Delta Quadrant. It's gritty and quite dark at times, but the characters are true to what you see on TV, and it's full of drama. I liked 'hearing' the thoughts of the crew having seen their actions. There is also the conflict as to whether or not to use highly suspect methods to get home quickly, something which the Equinox crew want to keep hidden from Janeway and her people. Highly recommendable.
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I really liked this book. I love the way Diane Carey writes, and when it comes to her episode novelizations she makes sure you're never disappointed in comparison to the episode. You get everything that the episode included and then some, and I love that she does that. I liked Equinox very much since I first saw the episode, but I think I'm starting to like it even more now when I've read this book and seen the episode once more. I'm starting to appreciate this amazing story even more, even though I still might feel that the darkness in Janeway and all the emotional turmoil she goes through makes me a bit sad. In one way I love that we get to see her in that way and that she really just is a human being like the rest of us, but at the same time it hurts to know what she went through with the Equinox and how that effected her. I guess I'm a bit torn when it comes to the dark side of this story. I love it just the way it is, and at the same time I wish that it might have been just a little bit different, but then again maybe not...
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Diane Carey's original Star Trek novels were great, but her novelizations were terrible. I suppose if you liked the episode(s) you might be able to muddle through, but its quite a slog.
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I bought this novel ,as it will be some time before the television episode is shown in the U.K. I was gripped by the story from the very first page.The story's focus is on Captain Janeway's fight to bring Captain Ransom and his crew to justice, and is able to bring the emotional turmoil of the characters alive in a way that is difficult on television.I was especially impressed by how the author shows Captain Janeway's growing obsession with justice and her increasing self hatred at her own actions.I was unable to put this book down and sat up reading it through the night.A must for all Vooyager fans.
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This book really WOW-ed me. I mean, it was so fabulous I don't know where to begin. I found myself sympathizing with the Equinox characters early on, even Ransom. Although I must say, it was a little hard to sympathize with his first officer, but still . . . the Equinox characters were portrayed as anything but evil. Janeway's one-way mission to make Ransom pay for killing the creatures gave me goosebumps. And the added scenes, particularly the whole "witch in the mirror" thing, were perfect examples of those behind-the-scenes snipits any trekkie imagines as they watch an episode.
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