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Title : Death Count
Writers : L.A. Graf
Year : 1992
Rating : 2.3333 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : ASR Rating : 3
Review : The Movie Era has always been my favourite part of Trek lore, and this heavily plot-driven novel shows a little more of what could have been.
Reviewer : Greg Janesch Rating : 4
Review : It did have a good feel - it seemed like it should be in that era. Overall, a pretty good book; it was nice to see two minor races (the Andorians and the Orions) talked about in this book, instead of the Klingons, Romulans, or someone that was made up just for the novel.
Reviewer : Ktasay Rating : 0
Review : There was so many things wrong with this book it's hard to know where to start. The primary problem was the whole Andorian vs Orion plot - which was the basis for the book itself. To believe the plot could work means you would have to believe that the Andorians aren't part of the Federation! Another major point is the amount of damage the Enterprise (and Chekov) takes, yet both still continued to perform amazing feats (Chekov in particular...). All in all, I can't say this was the worst Trek book I've read, but it's certainly in the bottom 5.
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