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on 14 September 2008
In "Voices" by John Vornholt a bombing on Mars disrupts a Psi Corps convention, and Psi Corps decides to move the convention to Babylon 5. Needless to say, the B5 staff is less than thrilled by the prospect of being overrun by hundreds of telepaths.
A new bombing takes place and the proof points to B5`s resident telepath Talia Winters. Talia ends up on the run along with the criminal Deuce.
Meanwhile commander Ivanova and chief of security Garibaldi, convinced of Talia`s innocence, attempt to find the real culprit.
Ivanova struggles with her own battle; how does she really feel about the telepath Harriman Gray?

This one really isn`t among the best B5 novels out there, but it is not awful, either.
There is lots of action, and the B5 staff we know and love are in character. The story is just simply not all that great.

If you are a huge fan of Talia Winters this book may be your cup of tea.
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on 28 June 2011
The earlier channel four licensed books are really nowhere near as good as the later series of books that were released after the end of B5 but they still are quite enjoyable if you read them as you go along with the tv show.

In this novel, the psi corps is explored in more depth and Talia really becomes the centre of attention. The relationship between garibaldi and Talia is also looked at, which never really amounted to much on screen in the series, but this book takes advantage of that, exploring the fresh territory without breaking canon.

That is the best thing about this series of books: they try and keep as close to the series as possible and that is the reason we want to read them. :)
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on 15 September 1999
I love Babylon 5, but I found this to be a monumentally average work of fiction. The fact that the author has the American characters using typically British phrases and profanities doesn't add to its credibility.
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on 30 June 2000
I enjoyed this book because it gives an insight to the characters not shown in the TV series, the relationship between Talia & Garibaldi that was never explored,the presance of "Invisable Isabel" Talia's alta ego And what could have been a relationship for Susan Ivanova This would have been a great TV episode
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on 30 June 2000
I enjoyed this book because it gives an insight to the characters not shown in the TV series, the relationship between Talia & Garibaldi that was never explored,the presance of "Invisable Isabel" Talia's alta ego And what could have been a relationship for Susan Ivanova This would have been a great TV episode
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