In this reality, whatever happened turned a brilliant young commander into a lifeless shell -- and a ripe target for a rising officer who coveted the Enterprise. Stories from all star trek timelines, all set in the grim mirror universe. Each of the stories is well written. Like the novella collections, this is not limited to characters from one series. The Mirror Universe has been visited in one episode of , five episodes of , a two-part episode of and a storyline in , as well as several non-canon Star Trek tie-in works. Mind you, being set in the mirror universe, it wasn't really standard Star Trek fare; there was a lot more violence and sexual references than normal for Star Trek.
If you've enjoyed the mirror universe stories before you will definitely also like these, but it is just sad to see otherwise great stories to be stripped down just to fit into the format of a short :- Although the concept was a good one to try to integrate the different series of the Star Trek captains and weave various seperate stories jumping through time, I feel the book fails as a whole. It resembles the fictional universe in which the Star Trek television series takes place, but is separate from the main universe. This was ok, although it's been a while since I read the previous Voyager story and I couldn't quite remember where all the characters had been left. I enjoyed it a lot and recommend it highly. I will admit that I found myself questioning continuity at certain points, as some of the stories seemed to conflict with previously done stories in the other anthologies. I agree with the comments that this would've been better as 3-4 longer novellas that wrapped things up more. And the authors are some of the finest of the stable that works in the Trek universe.
This is the first Star Trek book I've read, but after a disappointing start, it wasn't a bad book. However, there are more hits than misses in this very dramatic anthology. Star Trek: Mirror Universe: Rise Like Lions 1st ed. Although she believed that she had been blacklisted from working for the company, then-editor was able to allay her concerns, and invited her to submit a pitch for the series that under development at the time, leading to the novel Catalyst of Shadows. Skimmed through and never actually read it, deciding it wasn't worth it? On the other hand, the end of the story meant that there were only two characters I recognised and neither of them actually appeared in this story after all, so it was all just a bunch of ciphers doing inconsequential things. Emblem of the Terran Empire The characters in the Mirror Universe are aggressive, mistrustful and opportunistic in personality.
Characters such as Deanna Troi, Will Riker, Christine Vale, Jaza Najem found a home for their stories in this third book Nothing describes this book better than the quote Fractured history. It turned out that there was actually a valid reason for this, i. The list is as follows: July 2008 - Myriad Universes: Infinity's Prism by William Leisner, Christopher L. Bennett - Margaret Wander Bonanno - Peter David - Keith R. October 2008 - Corps of Engineers: Wounds by Ilsa J. Well, anyway, if that's the case I'm glad I picked it up again because it was good my friends, I went from a three-star to five-star rating.
This isn't bad, although it suffers from inconsistent characterisation: they start out by portraying April as a merciless leader, then show that he's all warm and squishy on the inside. The collection draws on not only the Trek shows, but various series of literature like Vanguard, Stargazer, and Titan. I will admit I did not read the ones about the classic Star Trek characters. I will admit I did not read the ones about the classic Star Trek characters. That makes this book for more palatable than some of the earlier books in the series. Anyway, if you like Star Trek, and don't mind some violent or sexual scenes, it's an okay read, but you're not really going to miss anything by not re This is the first Star Trek book I've read, but after a disappointing start, it wasn't a bad book. I wish each of the volumes had been organized so that the result was a chronological sequence.
She writes for ages four years to sixtee Margaret Clark was born in Geelong, Victoria, Australia on 20th April 1942. It sounds like Kes may have a darker plan in mind for the world. Whereas the universe depicts an optimistic future in which the Earth-based values peace, co-operation and exploration, episodes set in the Mirror Universe feature the human-dominated Terran Empire which values war, despotism and conquest instead. I have now read four of the five books in this series; this is the strongest so far. As I have mentioned in my other reviews, I am a huge fan of the Mirror, Mirror universe for the sheer variation and number of conflicts that can come about. What I don't like about the regular universe are the fact that the characters can't change.
Which one will it be depends on each ones' tastes or affinities. In this reality, whatever happened turned a brilliant young commander into a lifeless shell -- and a ripe target for a rising officer who coveted the Enterprise. And the authors are some of the finest of the stable that works in the Trek universe. Bennett — Margaret Wander Bonanno — Peter David — Keith R. I think it's set before but it's probably better to read it afterwards so that the surprises are more effective.
The episode established the as a visual marker for an evil version of a character. That was in our reality. In cases like this, I think that a 1-page recap would be very useful. With over one hundred books about relationships, friendships, and social issues under the guise of humour, Margaret's books have become very popular with young readers. But if you are a Trek fan, this is a satisfying read. August 2009 - Seven Deadly Sins, ed. The other reviewers can give you plot descriptions and insights into the stories.