Enemy of My Enemy (Star Trek: Voyager; Spirit Walk, #2)
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Enemy of My Enemy (Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Walk #2)

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Chakotay and his sister, Sekaya, are imprisoned on the formerly Cardassian-occupied planet of Loran II. They soon discover that their tormentor is an old enemy: Arak Katal, the Bajoran who betrayed Chakotay's comrades, the Maquis, to Starfleet. Worse still, he is also Chakotay's second-in-command, Lieutenant Andrew Ellis -- for he is in fact a Changeling, a shapechanger, a...more
Mass Market Paperback, 292 pages
Published November 30th 2004 by Pocket Books
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The best part was when Wesley Crusher was mentioned for no apparent reason.
This book finishes the "Spirit Walk" story and is a continuation of the storylines established following the Homecoming novel. In "Enemy of My Enemy" we discover why Moset and the Changeling are so very interested in Chakotay and his sister. The book, is very... spiritual in nature. Towards the end, it becomes a "mind and body are one" type of book where a scientist, of all people, has to make a leap of faith and understand that the two are linked, which should be obvious. Most of the book is sp...more
This book does a fair job of finishing the story "begun" in "Old Wounds", although really that book was itself a continuation of "Homecoming" and "The Farther Shore". I would not recommend reading this book unless you've read all of those, but if you have, you'll probably need to read this one in order to finally get something resembling a conclusion. The book is reasonably well-written, although there were points when the plot seemed a bit trite, and others where it was difficult to suspend dis...more
Fraser Coltman
These are my junk food reads. On one of the episodes of Voyager two of the characters were caught up in a 20th century soap opera, wanting to know what would happen next to the people in the story. I guess I'm about the same with my interest in these novels.
Nathan Burgoine
Well, as far as the Star Trek: Voyager books go, I'm starting to get a little frustrated. While this had an admirable A-plot (a changeling, the return of Krell Moset, etc), the B-stories are starting to annoy the crap out of me. I'm finding the Trill doctor annoying (have we not done the whole 'past life becoming too dominant' thing with Jadzia and Ezri already?) and the new counsellor drives me crazy (she comes off like a child, not a counsellor). Ugh. I dunno. Even the Torres/Paris' child plot...more
Just plain awful.
This one had more action. Fun!
Robert Lewter
Always a good read.
I wanted to give this 4 stars but the last few chapters cemented a 3. Really enjoyed the characters and the Janeway affair. Some of the New Agey spirituality was just as cheesily presented here as in the Voyager episodes forcing me to skim through it pretty quickly.

Overall the two book series was a fast read. Christie Golden usually does a fine job of getting to the parts that matter and keeping out what doesn't.
Heather Mac
Another SUUUUUCK. Seriously, Harry Kim suddenly becoming chief of security? With absolutely no training, after he'd become chief of operations right out of the Academy? Why move him to another department?
Karl Schaeffer
Good quick star trek read. Not a bad story, even though I didn't read Book 1. I'm not as invested in the Voyager storyline as I am in the original series, TNG & DS9.
OMG!!!! Loved it! First one was a little bit better though. I loved the ending WAY Better on this one.
Great story. It left some things open for more books. I hope that the relaunch of Voyager will continue...
Benjamin Plume
Not bad. Works just as well as part one.
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Award-winning author Christie Golden has written over thirty novels and several short stories in the fields of science fiction, fantasy and horror. She has over a million books in print.

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