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The Death of Princes (Star Trek: The Next Generation #44)

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Dangerous assignments come in pairs when Captain Picard and his crew are confronted with two desperate missions on two different worlds. On the planet Buran, newly linked to the Fedration, a mysterious disease devastates the population-and turns them against the visitors from the U.S.S. Enterprise. Meanwhile, on nearby lomides, a renegade Federation observer has disappeare ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published January 6th 1996 by Pocket Books
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Daniel Kukwa
Jul 14, 2013 Daniel Kukwa rated it really liked it
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Picking up a "Star Trek" novel with the title "Death of Princes", and a cover featuring two giant portraits of the TNG girl contingent at their most softly-framed -- and NOTHING else -- I was worried I was picking up an edition of "Star Trek: The Next Generation of Chick-Lit". Luckily, the novel didn't turn out to the be equivalent of "Fifty Shades of Enterprise". Instead, it's another John Peel TNG book that demonstrates his excellent command of the main characters, a believably developed suppo ...more
Chuck
Sep 14, 2015 Chuck rated it liked it
Funnily enough, I had just read #21, which also happens to feature a race of sentient alien chickens, before I picked this one up. This one was actually readable though.
Samantha
Apr 01, 2013 Samantha rated it it was ok
Pretty much what you would expect. Not amazing, but fun for fans. Even though the writing here was better than the other Trek book I read earlier this year (Eyes of the Beholder), I liked the plot considerably less, oddly enough.
Angela
A good story worthy of a tv episode. The Enterprise has to cure a plague, at the same time Riker, Deanna and Barclay have to do some spy work on a primitive world. All characters act how you think they should. It was a good read.
Victoria
Mar 21, 2012 Victoria rated it liked it
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A quick, simple novel that reads like an episode. The writing is fine, and all the characters were handled well. If you're bored and want another adventure with the Enterprise crew, you can't really go wrong with this.
Ashley
Sep 27, 2013 Ashley rated it really liked it
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A little frustration with the consent speculating but overall a good read.
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John Peel is the author of Doctor Who books and comic strips. Notably, he wrote the first original Doctor Who novel, Timewyrm: Genesys, to launch the Virgin New Adventures line. In the early 1990s he was commissioned by Target Books to write novelisations of several key Terry Nation Dalek stories of the 1960s after the rights were finally worked out. He later wrote several more original Daleks nov ...more
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