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Mudd in Your Eye (Star Trek: The Original Series)
Mudd in Your Eye (Star Trek: The Original Series)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Well written but..., 25 May 2014
This is a good story which raises a few smiles but it needed the touch of Peter David or the humour of Daffyd ab Hugh to write this too bring out the comedy of Harry Mudd just imagine how funny that would have been.....


Swiss Gear Hanging Travel Toiletries Bag
Swiss Gear Hanging Travel Toiletries Bag
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well made, 24 May 2014
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Well put together and thought out. Can carry everything you need on your travels and can be hung up anywhere.


Ds9 #23 The 34th Rule
Ds9 #23 The 34th Rule
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5.0 out of 5 stars Well written, 19 May 2013
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Armin Shimmerman shows real talent and he gets his character spot on. Odo is well written and his sense of justice and his desire to help Quark when everyone has forgotten about him is a turning point in the book. There is real tenderness between Quark and Rom and the is a feel of plausiabilty to the story. Where it has problems is where Quark and Rom are sent later in the book and the Bajorans, particualry Kira come across as rather nasty, shrill and petty. That aside it shows real talent to weave a story together so well. By the end of the book it is clear that Commander Sisko and others see Quark and the Ferengi in a new light and by the end so will you. Reccomended


Dark Mirror (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
Dark Mirror (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Subtle and character driven book., 28 April 2013
If you are looking for space battles you won't find it here. This is a book about Picard and how he can deal wiith his dark reflection
Although events shown in Ds9 regarding the mirror universe have made this book incorrect I believe it is worth reading. There is a sense of claustrophobia and tension through the book and fear of failure on both sides.
Well written and thoughtful. Recommended


Star Trek Ds9: Fallen Heroes
Star Trek Ds9: Fallen Heroes
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5.0 out of 5 stars The one where everyone dies, 28 April 2013
Mass murder, xenophobic aliens and death stalks every corridor would make you think this would make a drk book. While they are very graphic scenes throughout the heart of the book is Quark and Odo and their complicated realtionship. It is skillfully written with all characters on target. It is laced with humour throughout and because we have invested ourselves in the story the reset buton is suspensful and because the two leads don't really undrstand the science it is bereft of technobabble. Must read!


St Ng #33 Balance Of Power (Star Trek)
St Ng #33 Balance Of Power (Star Trek)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun filled romp!, 28 April 2013
This book easily on par with anything Peter David has written. It is so enjoyable that you forgive it refrencing the awfulForce of Nature episode but even here itdoes it with humour
It is a fantastic ride enjoy!


St Invasion: Book #3 Time's Enemy (Star Trek)
St Invasion: Book #3 Time's Enemy (Star Trek)
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2.0 out of 5 stars Weakest of the series, 2 April 2013
The book is way too long with a pointless distraction of a secondary plot which too conveniently ties up in the end. Overall the book is a mess with a lot of meandering which tries too tie up too many loose ends. The connection to the Furies is tenuous at best and reading throught the book L.A Graf has gone for Aliens meets DS9. Only read for sake of completeness but avoid if possible. Poor


Invasion II: Soldiers Of Fear (Star Trek)
Invasion II: Soldiers Of Fear (Star Trek)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Has its moments..., 2 April 2013
The problem with the book is from the first page you can guess what is going to happen. This takes away any potential tension as when the climax of the book arrives you know who is going to survive and who will be sacrificed. It is well written and Data and Riker are well fleshed out but Redbay's and other characters are superficial so in the end you don't really care.


Star Trek: Q Squared
Star Trek: Q Squared
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Security reports they are under attack from a plush yellow bear, 14 Mar 2013
Sheer genius. Peter David has got Q and Picard characters down to a tee. Anyone who has seen Squire of Gothos can see the logic of introducing him into theTNG universe. There are numerous laugh out loud moments as the Enterprise fights in several dimensions and even have to survive an attack from Winnie the Pooh....and associates. Must read


Strike Zone (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
Strike Zone (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very funny, 14 Mar 2013
Any fan of Star Trek should read this. It deals with some very dark issues but like all of Peter Davis's books you will be laughing as well. The story is fun with some nice banter particulary with Pulaski and Data leading to a genuine laugh out loud moment. All of the characterisation is strong and Worf and Riker are stand outs. Highly recommended.


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