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on 11 December 2002
This book is exactly the same as the TV episode. There's no real extra parts. I also thought it was writian quite poorly. I didn't get much sence of being there or paticually gripped. It's very childlike prose. It's almost like the author just copied the script down an added a few plain descriptions here and there. I honestly think I could have done better myself. A disappointment.
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on 10 August 2014
I love Star Trek: Voyager, so I decided that I should start reading the books as well. Naturally, I started out with this one, and I must say that I really like it. It is well written and gives you a much broader aspect of the characters than the tv-episode does, which is usually the case in a book since you get to know so much more of what they're all thinking and feeling. I also like that the authors added a few things to the book that wasn't in the episode. The book is a great compliment to the episode, and I'll bet you'll like it if you like Voyager and the first episode Caretaker.
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on 15 July 1999
This casette has the advantage of being read by a man who is in the series of Star Trek: Voyager - it's read by Robert Picardo who plays the Doctor on the show. He has a great voice and imitates Janeway, Tuvok and Neelix perfectly, with lots of humour and a grace which shows he has a lot of potential for doing other things.
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on 5 June 2001
In the tv episode of the Caretaker the authors had to insert a little introduction for every character and story: so little time for so many events. Perhaps this is the way to taste this beginning with a bit more of calme and introspective reflection. And Picardo as a narrator is absolutely fabulous.
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on 25 November 1998
Follows the 2 part TV episode exactly. No additional information or insight.
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on 9 June 1999
this book was good, well written i really got the feel of it, its just like the episode, just a few extra bits that you dont see in the episode.
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