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Title : Here There Be Dragons
Writers : John Peel
Year : 1993
Rating : 3.0000 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Q Rating : 3
Review : Nice book, original plot, good details. Picard and crew pickup a man claiming to be a Starfleet Intelligence Agent. He says he's hunting poacers, their prey- Dragons!
Reviewer : McClance Rating : 3
Review : Wasn't as great as I had hoped. I disliked how the Dragons were once again treated--as evil monsters rather than as respectful creatures. Or have I spent too much time reading Dragonriders of Pern? And the Dragons didn't have as big a part as I hoped. Other than that, though, it was good. Great fun in seeing our beloved crew of the Enterprise-D reacting to medival life.
Reviewer : Hannah Rating : 3
Review : Worf as a genie. Enough said!
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