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Title : Catalyst of Sorrows
Writers : Margaret Wander Bonanno
Year : 2004
Rating : 1.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : lan Rating : 1
Review : IT MADE NO SENSE! maybe i didn't get it, but there are so many flaws in the story and science. the disease that was so dangerous and fear inspiring, really let down in the end, not to mention killed anyone OTHER than anyone who mattered in the story, purely out of convenience. the only interesting point was how this disease affected romulus in the past. waste of time
Reviewer : fabio-from brazil Rating : 2
Review : it´s a nice book , shows uhura as head of sf intelligence, a young sisko who don´t know if he wants to be an engineer or command oficer , the spionage plot is well conduct, both i romulus as well on earth
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