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Title : New Earth: The Flaming Arrow
Writers : Jerry Oltion, Kathy Oltion
Year : 2000
Rating : 3.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Titan1080 Rating : 5
Review : The forth in the series, this was my favorite installment of the series (though I have not read the sixth, Challenger). As a holder of a BS in physics, the techno-babble not only provided the plot, but it was plausible enough for me to buy into. Space battles, classic character situations and developments, and Kirk's charm all fill out a well-executed plot with enough techno-babble to satisfy any who frequent the ships and technology pages here.
Reviewer : Ktasay Rating : 2
Review : What started out as a decent plot was fatally let down by mistakes by the authors. Characterizations were mediocre, and the 'treknology' was feeble - the Oltion's obviously didn't feel the need to look up even the basics of stellar distances. As a stand-alone novel this would score much higher, but as part of the New Earth series it falls flat.
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