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Reviewer : SteamyB
Ave Rating : 3.0000 for 1 reviews
Title : Ship of the Line Rating : 3
Writers : Diane Carey Year : 1997
Review : Usually I don't like the Star Trek novels because I've always been big on continuity. However, I ended up looking past that and enjoyed the book immensely. Ironically, it's not even the main plot that appeals to me: -Diane Carey is a fantastic writer; especially her space battles (the Bozeman dogfight at the beginning is the best I've ever read). -Picard on the holodeck with Kirk. This is based around Kirk's thoughts as her tracks and hunts the Bird-of-Prey during the first Romulan Incursion (Balance of Power, my personal favourite Trek episode). -The thoughts of the characters and how they justify themselves. The main plot to me is a shade above decent, it's the intangibles and author that make this for me! 3.5/5

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