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Reviewer : Isaac Joule
Ave Rating : 3.0000 for 2 reviews
Title : Ship of the Line Rating : 5
Writers : Diane Carey Year : 1997
Review : This is my favorite Star Trek novel ever. It was incredible. It really flushed Morgan Bateson's character out nicely. It was interesting to see him and Scotty together with Will Riker. The old guard and the new guard working together side by side. It was beautiful. I really do wish this was made into a movie. It would have been a nice in between movie to Generations and First Contact.
Title : Tales of the Dominion War Rating : 1
Writers : Keith R.A. DeCandido (Editor) Year : 2004
Review : The book's introduction mentions that Deep Space Nine was a landmark series because it finally brought attention away from the Enterprise. But most of the stories in the book focus on TOS, TNG or DS9 characters in some major way or another. The last story in the book is perticularly annoying because of it's heavy reliance on flashbacks and it's main character changing mid story (From Lt. Reese to Capt. Sisko). I was expecting short stories based on new characters introduced just for that book. Instead I was reintroduced to a bunch of characters from on screen, or other Pocket Books novel series.

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