Star Trek: The Next Generation: Cold Equations, Book I: The Persistence of Memory

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    • £9.99
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Publisher Description

A BRAZEN HEIST Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the Enterprise crew race to find out who has stolen Data’s android brother B-4—and for what sinister purpose.
A BROKEN PROMISE One desperate father risks all for the son he abandoned forty years ago—but is he ready to pay the price for redemption?

A DARING MISSION Against overwhelming odds, and with time running out, Commander Worf has only one chance to avert a disaster. But how high a price will he pay for victory?

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
30 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books/Star Trek
SIZE
4.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Mgriff1887 ,

Breathtakingly good!

This book is fantastic, the sweeping narrative if section 2 is mind blowing.
One of the best Trek books I've ever read - and I've read nearly all of them...

Poxo10 ,

It finally happened it was only a matter

....Of time
Where do I start on this one a great plot twist a great view into someone we long thought dead,

The book starts with a puzzle. a puzzle that once played out will have long term effects on the ST galaxy now as we know it,

In a change which we don't often see the great starship Enterprise E takes a backseat in this as the main book is given and rightly so over to someone else who was a pleasure to read. And remembered and used the the basic rule he always of having a backup plan to great effect.

What is best about this is on the day of Download I actually tweeted DM saying I had a theory already and I'm actually glad I got some of it wrong as the book I read ended up much better

DM continues to expand on what we know and explores new ways we can take this long standing galaxy.

By adding more then one. And leaving the book at it shocking conclusion and in a way am extremely happy that they did this as it allows us to explore more of the galaxy in a way we don't normally by taking us off a starfleet ship and If the writers choose a civilian ship where I could see the dangers of that is making it into an Sci fi adventure rather then a exploration of known/unknown space

My only crit. Would be something that happened near the end but again uses a harking back to stuff that we see before

So to that officer RIP.

Biglala ,

Not Impressed

I have never gave up on a Star Trek book before but got to page 192 and could not take it any more, may go back to it at a later date as it the first of 3 books.

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