To say that this Star Trek story was merely good would be an understatement. It is one of the best stories to be written by Jeri Taylor. This Novel provides a look into the soul of Captain Janeway. I for one found this book engaging and poignant. A good audio book if I ever heard one.
I love this book. It is well thought out, exceptionally well written, original, witty and cleaver. It's so good that I actually bought a copy for my Mom. Definitely worth your time, especially if you are overly stressed out and need a good laugh.
This book does an effective job at establishing the setting for the Story, but you could just as easily skip to book three and not miss a thing.
I would like to tell you everything that’s good about this book, but I wouldn’t want to deprive you the joy of absorbing this fine audio book for your self. Terry Pratchett's humor comes alive in this latest disk-world story. Enjoy, in know I did.
For those of you who are Star Trek Fans.... Avoid this audio book. This is a classic example of the description being better than the actual story. Author, Peter David, constantly shift his attention between main characters, making it hard to follow and harder to care.
This book is an example of the Star Trek universe at its best. I first encountered this book, years ago, thanks to my Grandfather. Now years later have had a chance to listen to one of Star Trek Finest adventures, Thank you Grandpa, Thank you Audible.com
This is a good collection of short erotic stories. The voice actors used for this novel are wounderful. My only constructive critisim is that most of these authors take forever advancing the plot of their story. Otherwise this book is well worth your time and money.
This is quit possibaly the best Star Trek novel/audiobook avaible. this is a Star Trek Story with alot of heart and action. Well worth your time and money, also it's good reason to buy a Platinum membership with Auduble; if you havn't already. In short this Star Trek Novel won't disappoint.
I am a fan of most of Garrison Keillor works; but not "Pontoon". It is almost as if Mr. Keillor forgot how to write or what he was writing about. But don't let this this piece of literature subtract from his exemplary career as a writer. Also, if you enjoy this genre of comedic writings, then I would suggest researching any on of his peer especially Mathew James Borkowski and his collected works from “Ho-Hun Valley”.
This is not Christopher Buckley's best effort, but you might like it. In my opinion it rambles on and on with out advancing the plot at all.
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