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Title : Debtor's Planet
Writers : W.R. Thompson
Year : 1994
Rating : 4.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : KC Rating : 4
Review : Fairly decent book. A lot goes on, but I think Thompson manages to keep everything following without it getting too confusing. Debtor's Planet is an interesting ride, introducing a new planet and it brings back Offenhouse (the frozen 20th century business man from The Natural Zone). The only problems with this book is the author added a little to Earth and federation history which conflicts with what we see later in Enterprise, DS9, Voyager, ect. Also the characters behave a bit weird sometimes. But this are minor errors in an otherwise good book. I recommend checking out Debtor's Planet.
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