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Belle Terre (Star Trek: New Earth #2)

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The "Starship Enterprise(TM) " has embarked on its most ambitious assignment yet: to lead a courageous band of settlers to a far-off planet, to defend the fragile colony from alien threats, and to unravel the mysteries of a brand-new Earth! Belle Terre

A six-month distance from the Federation, the planet Belle Terre offers a new life to more than 30,000 families, pioneers,
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Paperback, 237 pages
Published June 1st 2000 by Pocket Books
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Samuel Tyler
Jan 08, 2015 Samuel Tyler rated it liked it
Space the final frontier, but if you had any sense you would stay at home on Earth and live in the relative peace and tranquillity that is the Star Trek universe. It is this baseline oxymoron that slightly undermines the ‘New Earth’ series of books that continues to do so in book two; ‘Belle Terre’. Thousands of people have left the perfectly safe Earth and set off to inhabit a new world thousands of light years away. Plenty of people died in book one and the dying does not stop here, no matter ...more
Mark Helliar
Sep 20, 2015 Mark Helliar rated it it was ok
Shelves: star-trek
This book should have been a novella. It seems like the author, editor and publisher all put their collective heads together to lengthen the story by 100 pages to draw it out to make it a book. There was a pointless story arc, with children, in the book which had no bearing on the overall story and appears to be thrown in for the drama of it. Which failed miserably. Constant duplication of feelings and ideas between the characters to draw out the story itself. But, it needed to be read since it ...more
Drew Schott
Oct 12, 2014 Drew Schott rated it liked it
This was a fun quick read. First Trek book that I've read. I'd like to see where the adventure goes from there, so I'll have to check out some more.

Pretty cool on the visuals, and left me hanging.
Michael Schulz
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Ok
Kreg
Dec 26, 2010 Kreg rated it liked it
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The overall plot was a bit weak, and I found it somewhat unbelievable that Spock couldn't come up with a way to get the second moon on a path that didn't rely every ship to follow and adjust it's course every few minutes. Characterization was well done and followed nicely with the first book. Overall a good follow-up to Wagon Train to the Stars.
Julio
Aug 26, 2012 Julio rated it really liked it
I read this book a long time ago. I was probably in 6th grade and I'm giving it four stars based on the fact that I was really into the whole story, it kept me entertained and wanting more. I loved it.
Benjamin Plume
Jul 30, 2011 Benjamin Plume rated it liked it
Better than the first in some ways, but predictable in that it introduces a problem (which readers knew about from book one) and solves it, with little else happening. A bit short, but well-written.
Tommy Verhaegen
Sep 19, 2016 Tommy Verhaegen rated it liked it
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A solid piece of work as part of the series. New problems arise, new solutions are tried out. The characters evolve, not all for the best. We are left with the mystery of the Rattlesnake.
Randy Wiggins
Oct 27, 2011 Randy Wiggins rated it it was amazing
This was an excellent novel in a 6 book cycle within the TREK series. You have to read the series in order to get the full effect of each novel.
Chris McCown
Feb 19, 2010 Chris McCown rated it liked it
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Kind of a disappointing follow up, but still a good read. The bad guys that made the first one such a good read are no where to be seen.
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Dean Wesley Smith is the bestselling author of over ninety novels under many names and well over 100 published short stories. He has over eight million copies of his books in print and has books published in nine different countries. He has written many original novels in science fiction, fantasy, mystery, thriller, and r
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