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Title : The Prometheus Design
Writers : Myrna Culbreath, Sondra Marshak
Year : 1982
Rating : 0.3333 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : ktasay Rating : 0
Review : Yes it is dark, but I panned it for reasons of characterization. It has Vulcans acting emotionally - even if it is supposedly under alien influence. All-knowing, and all-powerful extra-galactic aliens treating everyone else as experimental animals. In short, read a book about Q - it's far more entertaining.
Reviewer : paul Rating : 1
Review : you know there's nothing wrong with a bit of darkness, there are far too many wussy books out there.
Reviewer : Scott Bates Rating : 0
Review : DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!!! It's dark and creepy and sick. It's like Trek as it would be written by those two guys in 'Pulp Fiction' who took Butch and Marcellus down into the cellar for reasons Mr. Kennedy probably doesn't want me to mention on his site. Not just plain old 'not a good writer' bad, but bad in a brutal, sordid, and unwholesome way.
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