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Title : The Children of Hamlin
Writers : Carmen Carter
Year : 1988
Rating : 2.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Secretmirk Rating : 2
Review : A book from the childhood-days of TNG's first season. The Enterprise has to make contact with an alien species travelling in ships looking like big soap-bubbles. Once they kidnapped children from afederation colony called Hamlin but now they shall be returned as part of a peaceful understanding but the children are completly unfamiliar with human life but are used to life in these bubble-ships filled with a liquid they can breathe. So even strating to breath in a normal atmosphere is something unknown to them. It's a book about a TNG that might have been possible but hasn't come true.
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