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Title : Star Trek TNG : Before Dishonor
Writers : Peter David
Year : 2007
Rating : 2.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Rating : 5
Review : Released as part of the TNG 20th anniversary this continues the tale started in J.M. Dillard's Resistance. If you haven't read that particular book yet i would highly reccomend it. This book is one of the more action packed Star Trek books I've read and it has a nice little cameo from the loveable rogue Mackenzie Calhoun.
Reviewer : Bradley Rating : 0
Review : Despite an excellent set up and a decent premise, the story is not one of Peter David's better efforts. The story of a Borg cube that literally consumes anything in its path is a bit on the weird side; the final straw comes when it eats Pluto and feeds on the sun to become the size of Earth. Bizarre doesn't quite cover it. Also, the death of a beloved Captain is handled so disrespectfully to be disgraceful- Kirk's in Generations has nothing on this ignomonious death :/
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