The Voyager books so far have been a mess and this one is no exception. Still I'll move on to the next one because I guess I've set a goal.
Hard to give it more than a 3 solely due to it only being half a story, I'd give it 3. Jun 25, David rated it really liked it Shelves: star-trek. Whilst Kim and Chakoty are the remaining old crew on the new Voyager, Ms. Golden keeps our other Voyager characters busy off-ship. A solid entry but essentially a long pre-lude to the second half of the two-book mini-series. Mar 30, Tamara rated it liked it Shelves: star-trek , scifi.
The biggest problem I've had with all these new Voyager books so far is that I really don't feel like the author understands the Star Trek universe and particularly the Federation. The book isn't bad, and it's certainly closer to the TV series than the first two. Advances the story, but An ok bool Not one of my favorite Voyager book. Too much unknown information plus all tje action is at the very end. Apr 21, Yvette rated it it was amazing. This story really moves.
The character development is engaging and there a lot of our Voyager heroes in each plot. The cliffhanger ending had me wanting more. Feb 09, Jamie rated it it was amazing. A very enjoyable book. From start to finish. Scifi at its best! Another good scifi novel in the Voyager series carrying on from where the original TV series left off good story all round but a little short! Awesome read Once again this author has amazed me with this book! Not exactly Voyager as you remembered. Apparently, Janeway and Tuvok have a desk job, Seven and the Doctor are in a think tank, and Tom and B'Elanna are connecting with her roots.
The beginning of the book is a bit unusual, I wonder why Starfleet decided to send Voyager out stripped of all Borg and future tech. According to the book, it is to preserve the timeline but ALL of the te Not exactly Voyager as you remembered.
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According to the book, it is to preserve the timeline but ALL of the tech gone? Besides, after all that ship went through and its noteriety, I would have expected a U. Voyager NCCA. Voyager's first mission is a rather boring one, transporting displaced colonists to their original homes in the Cardassian DMZ. But, naturally, things take a turn for the worst given the new crew not exactly working together and the new doctor Kaz having a form of PTSD due to the symbiont, there is also the strage debris field and storm at their destination to say nothing about Chakotay's sister being on board.
Needless to say, things are going to heat up quickly. Overall, this was a decent, though unexciting book. The multiple threads attempt to pull you in emotionally, and do, but not very deeply which is needed for a multi-part series. It's a good book, but not as good as some of the Deep Space Nine relaunch novels.
Apr 29, Sean Randall rated it it was ok. I've been highly unimpressed with many of the episode novelisations, which has often been done much better in DS9. Still, this is no episode, but one does have to ask - is it voyager?
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In fact, the only thing that stops this being a story about any old Intrepid Class starship is the people. I'll be reading the sequel just to see where it goes but I can't quite shake the feeling that Voyager limping out of the delta quadrant was the end of the matter on screen and should perhaps have been on paper, too. This is a well-written, interesting book. Unfortunately, it won't stand on its own.
If you like stories that continue from book to book, you can take this as a five-star review; just be sure to read both "Homecoming" and "The Farther Shore" before you read this one; it is the third book in the storyline, and makes little sense if you haven't read the preceding books. Given that the back cover actually says that it is the "continuation" of those two books, I won't dock the book an additional star This is a well-written, interesting book.
Given that the back cover actually says that it is the "continuation" of those two books, I won't dock the book an additional star, although I didn't notice that fact before reading it I never read the back cover blurbs because they sometimes have spoilers and other times are terribly misleading and so didn't notice that I should have read "The Farther Shore" first. That was my own fault, although it WOULD be nice if one could trust a book that says it is "book one" of a series to actually start at the beginning of a plotline, rather than in midplot.
So my only real quibble with this book is my usual complaint about books with neither a beginning or an end; being "book one", it of course ends on a cliffhanger. Sep 16, Cameron rated it it was ok. I really wanted to be blown away by this book. Unfortunately, I found this entry to be so difficult to get through, that I'm not sure I'll ever pick up the second part.
Problem 1: The pacing is way too slow to justify splitting this into two books. Problem 2: Most characters you know and love from Star Trek: Voyager are barely represented in this book. Paris and Torres have a seemingly I really wanted to be blown away by this book. Paris and Torres have a seemingly pointless subplot dealing with prophecies about their daughter.
Janeway, Tuvok, Seven, and the Doctor are almost completely absent. Only the newly promoted Chakotay and Harry Kim are actually well-represented here. Problem 3: Too much focus on new-ish characters who never really feel fleshed out enough to stand next to the previously established characters.
The plot points that should help develop them are drawn out and not resolved at all in this book presumably so we'll be encouraged to pick up the second part. All in all, I wouldn't recommend this one. View 1 comment. Aug 19, Beth - ; rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , star-trek. It has been a while since I read a Trek book but this was worth the wait. It has been on my bookshelf waiting for quite some time, having been published in and almost certainly purchased at that time.
Spirit Walk is a two-book series so I still have book two yet to read. In book one, Old Wounds, the crew of Voyager has been home for several months and Chakotay is now the captain.
His first mission is a simple one; transport a group of colonists back to their home planet, but of course it ne It has been a while since I read a Trek book but this was worth the wait. His first mission is a simple one; transport a group of colonists back to their home planet, but of course it never is that easy.
No doubt they will all wind up together somewhere in book two, Enemy of my Enemy.
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Dec 13, Adam rated it really liked it. I have read a number of Star Trek voyager novels. Some good, some not so good. This book definitely triumphs. One of the main issues with tv programmes being used for novels is that authors take a poetic license and write things that characters would never say.
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There were one or two instances of this here B'lanna using the word 'honey' but mostly, it was excellent. The interactions between the characters were realistic and I found the concept of a new voyager kept my attention. The story c Yes!