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Title : The Murdered Sun
Writers : Christie Golden
Year : 1996
Rating : 3.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : ASR Rating : 3
Review : One of the very few works of Voyager fiction on television or in print that are worth perusing. The characters aboard the ship are more than the stilted stereotypes they later become, and are made even more interesting by their interaction with two cultures that think in completely different terms from their own. The evolution of Paris in the novel is particularly well set-up, and even the usually poorly-pulled off enigmatic wisdom of Kes is given the depth it deserves. The premise of attempting to help a dying primitive culture without violating the Prime Directive is made believable by the realistic problems of cultural interface which drive the plot.
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