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The Hand of Kahless: The Final Reflection and Kahless (Star Trek: All) (Star Trek: All)

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The fiercest battles and proudest warriors throughout Klingon history are said to reflect the honor and glory of the race's first emperor, Kahless the Unforgettable. But history is not always truthful. And for both the Klingon Empire and the United Federation of Planets, the real truth may be too difficult to accept.In the pages of a novel disclaimed by Starfleet, an enemy ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published November 16th 2004 by Star Trek (first published 2004)
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Shannon
Jan 23, 2016 Shannon rated it really liked it
This Signature Series is comprised of two books: The Final Reflection and Kahless.

The book begins with an introduction about the development of Klingon culture, albeit more focused on the fashions of the ST:TNG era rather than TOS: an argument my friend and I have had many times about which culture the Klingon's related to the most during the social issues of American History (think the Red Scare vs. Samurai Culture). Let's just say that my argument is proved right through the facts of this int
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Jan 29, 2015 Rabbitambulance rated it liked it
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It's a shame I could only get the Final Reflection as a bundle, because I might have given it five stars. The second book in this volume (Khaless) is unimaginative and more than a little boring.
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Every Star Trek fan will enjoy reading this!
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