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Day of Honor: The Television Episode (Voyager) Mass Market Paperback – 3 Nov 1997

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Star Trek; 1st mmpb edition (3 Nov. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671019813
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671019815
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.5 x 1.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,911,477 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I really liked the episode Day of Honor, and I must say that I like the book as well. It's a great story that is well written and also has a lot of character development. In the book we also get some extra material that wasn't in the episode, among other things a side story with the Doctor trying to find a holiday to enjoy and a more comprehensive story with the aliens involved. Personally I liked the extra material in the book and thought it was really interesting to read about, but I would've wanted even more about B'Elanna that's the main character in this story (not saying that there wasn't any extra stuff about her, though, because there was).

One thing that I found a little bit confusing was that in the book we get to know two alien leaders from the Caatati, Rahmin and Lumas, and in the episode we only meet Rahmin. I liked how the writer made the story more comprehensive in involving more characters and, in my opinion, making the story even better than it already was, but at the same time I feel a little bit that he's in some small way not only added to the story but also perhaps changed it. It doesn't effect the main story all that much, but I'm just saying.

The book is definitely a good one, though, and if you liked this episode I think you should read the book as well. Especially if you like B'Elanna Torres.
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By A Customer on 25 Aug. 1999
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Fans of the "Star Trek: Voyager" episode "Day of Honor" will love this! It's slightly more detailed than the TV episode but not boringly so. It also incorporates a sub-plot: the Holo-Doctor, seeing B'Elanna's Day of Honor holoprogram, decides to find himself a special holiday that will mean something to him. However this sub-plot works well and is tied into the story really well. Of course, the main story revolves around B'Elanna and this year's Day of Honor, which turns out to change her life forever. Nothing seems to go her way - she has forgotten to progam the computer to wake her up, and when she does finally get up her sonic shower breaks, and then there are several problems in Engineering, PLUS some of the crew are off sick, and THEN, to top this catastrophic day off, they have to dump the warp core. Normally this would be the low point of any day but when she and Tom Paris take one of the shuttlecraft to retrieve the core...it has been taken by the aliens whom Voyager have been trying to help. Life couldn't get any worse...until, of course, their shuttlecraft explodes and they're forced to float around in space in their protective suits...and then their oxygen supply starts to run out far sooner than it should. She knows she's going to die...and has to force herself to confront feelings that she would prefer not to deal with at all...
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Pocket Books doesn't normally go to Michael Jan Friedman for the novelization of TV episodes. When they do, it's for the better episodes. That is certainly the case here. This episode was one of Voyager's best and this novelization is one of the best. I like to read the novelizations to get a good perspective of what's going on between the TV scenes and what's going on in the character's minds. The author, as usual, did a wonderful job capturing the spirit of the characters and the plot. I would recommend this novelization to anybody who reads Trek. {ssintrepid}
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I heard about the episode "Day Of Honour" on the internet & I was dying to see it because I had always been rooting for Tom & B'Ellanna, even from season 1 when they hated each other. So obviously when I found out about "Day Of Honour" the book, I was straight down the nearest Sci-Fi book shop & buying it. It is fantastic. I love the beginning with young B'Ellanna & I love the Doctor sub-plot & the end is a priceless piece of writing. They'll be talking about this one for years to come.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Accompaniment! 8 Jun. 2000
By Elanna - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Mr. Friedman did a wonderful job on this novelization! The scenes he added may have been a bit wordy at times, but they provided glimpses into the characters' psyche and relationships. Some particular highlights were the "Then: Nineteen Years Ago" sequence, the scenes which described the assimilation of Agron Lumas's family, and the beginings of Seven's and Kim's relationship. As a studier of culture myself, I enjoyed following the doctor's quest for a holiday. Some circumstances were quite amusing! Some situations, including the creation of a subspace field, were somewhat confusing to one who doesn't understand engineering terms, but not so much that they took away from the plot. I enjoyed the focus on Torres and Paris, being a P/T fan. Overall, this is a well-written book, and the perfect accompaniment to the episode.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good Trekker read. Nice insight into TV vs. books. 21 July 1998
By Diane Bellomo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Having little bad to say about anything Star Trek, my review will be biased, but if you watch the television episode and then read this book, you will realize what readers have always known: Books are much better than TV! While the entire script (pretty much) is in this novel, Michael Jan Friedman's and Jeri Taylor's story goes into so much more depth about the aliens and their motivations that you find yourself at least *understanding* why they acted as they did. A sub-subplot reveals another slice of the Holodoc, and his on-going quest to augment his programming, which is totally absent from the TV episode. Of course, the Tom & B'Elanna plotline will certainly keep the attention of all the Paris/Torres fans, but that's not all there is to this story.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great novelization! 7 Aug. 2002
By K. Wyatt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Pocket Books doesn't normaly go to Michael Jan Friedman for the novelization of tv episodes. When they do, it's for the better episodes. This is certainly the case here. The episode was one of Voyager's best and this novelization is one of the best. I like to read the novelizations to get a good perspective of what's going on between the tv scenes and what's going on in the character's minds. The author, as usual, did a wonderful job capturing the spirit of the characters and the plot. I would recommend this novelization to anybody who reads Trek. Thank you to the author for another great read.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Book Ever! 12 Aug. 2000
By Edanna - Published on Amazon.com
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This is THE BEST book I ever read. I am a majoir star trek voyager fan and have read most of the books. This is by far the best one yet. Even if your not a day of honor tv show fan it has other stuff too.Like stuff about the Doctor, Tom, Harry, Chakotay, Tuvok and Captain Janeway and of coruse B'Elanna! Day of Honor is one of my favorite voyagers and after I saw the show and found out they had the book I went out and looked for it right then. I serched everywhere until I found it here. It also had stuff they didn't even show on the tv version. Like some really cool lines!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This book rocks! 14 Aug. 2000
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
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I read this book with high expectations, and it whoped them! I can't belive how good it is! However, considering B'Elanna is my favorite charicter, don't be surprised. It Has way more details then the movie, and it's really well written.
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