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Title : Probe
Writers : Margaret wander Bonanno
Year : 1992
Rating : 4.3333 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : McClance Rating : 5
Review : Excellent book!!! The author does a beautiful job with inventing a believable history for the Probe from THE VOYAGE HOME with references to the Borg. And I love how the author takes the reader into the mind of the Probe. The Romulan subplot is equally enjoyable.
Reviewer : dbs Rating : 5
Review : This is probably my all-time favorite Star Trek novel. The story is a fantastic elaboration of the 'Whale Probe' from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and covers more of it's journey, who sent it, how it really 'thinks'; just very good science fiction. By the way, I would call the treatment of the creators of the probe one of the best done non-humanoid species, even if we don't meet any, and this comment includes more recent books. As noted previously, the Romulan subplot is wonderfully done, and it is refreshing to see multiple facets of their society. A 'must have' novel for any Star Trek collection!
Reviewer : Ktasay Rating : 3
Review : Decent story, but it requires a little stretch of the imagination to believe that the Borg existed over 300 thousand years before first encountering the Federation. Otherwise a nice continuation of "Voyage Home".
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