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Title : To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh
Writers : Greg Cox
Year : 2005
Rating : 4.3333 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Bryan Moore Rating : 5
Review : Just to average this out to 4... which is what I initially meant to give it... I read the dots wrong... **** out of *****
Reviewer : Bryan Moore Rating : 3
Review : An interesting look into just what happened on Ceti Alpha V, and a follow up to the two Eugenics Wars books, "To Reign in Hell" traced a post-ST:TWOK visit to the now barren planet by Kirk and the crew. They find a series of tunnels near the cargo containers that allowed Khan and his followers to survive. Kirk and his companions are stunned to find a group of genetically engineered survivors of Khan's exile who had broken off from the leadership of Khan. The book jumps timelinese between Khan's initial exile up to just before the fateful visit of the USS Reliant and Kirk's reflections upon visiting the doomed planet. "To Reign in Hell" is to Star Trek II as "Probe" is to ST:IV, however it achieves a much more interesting result, giving both a back-story as well as an after-reflection of the events that transpired in the movie. Well written and accurate to canon (at least, as far as I can remember), I'd recommend this for any fan who was interested in this era Trek and the back story of Khan. Peace and Long Life...
Reviewer : Drakkillus Darksunn Rating : 5
Review : Super story into the post-exile life of Khan and his people, actually shows him to possess some form of caring and love.
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