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Cloak and Dagger (Star Trek: Voyager: Dark Matters #1)

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Starship Voyager's attempts to get home have all failed but when the Romulans discover a way to harness dark matter it seems they may have a chance. Unfortunately this will lead to the Romulans seizing the ship and gaining a technological advantage.
Paperback, 251 pages
Published November 1st 2000 by Pocket Books
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Joshua Palmatier
This book felt mostly like set-up, without a whole lot of an internal plot. Since this is book one of a three part series, this is probably not much of a surprise.

The premise: Early on, Voyager encountered a small wormhole and made contact with a Romulan scientist on the far side. Unfortunately, they discovered that the wormhole not only connected the Delta Quadrant with the Alpha Quadrant, but it jumped through time as well. The Romulan, named Telek, lived 20 years in Voyager's past. In this bo...more
The Romulan that Voyager had previously met turns up again. The Romulans intend to capture Voyager and use their advances in technology to change the timeline. Only problem is the method uses dark matter. This is definitely a setting the scene type book, the plot and characters are decent too. A good read.
Book 1 of a trilogy. Golden has a great story line going here and has the potential to blow past her Star Trek yawner "The Last Roundup" that I read a few years back. My only complaint is that I dislike stories where the main character(s) are rescued from whatever the life-threatening situation is when an all-powerful being shows up, and this one partially falls into that category.
I haven't read any Star Trek novels by other authors, but I really like the way Christie Golden writes. It's probably also to my advantage that I haven't watched all the episodes from the Voyager TV series, as I'm assuming that these novels follow along in the same story arc. Whatever the case, I found this book entertaining and well-paced.
If you like Voyager, this is a great author for the books. She sticks very close to what happened during the seven seasons of the show.
Mikael Kuoppala
A bit amateurishly written opening to a trilogy that showed its true teeth in the last subsequent installments.
Another save the universe with help from an ominpotent being. Need to read the trio to get the whole story.
This whole series was fairly "meh" nonsensical fantasy-quest. The Romulan scenes were interesting though.
Kevin Cranmer
Read this series years ago, but I remember really enjoying it at the time.
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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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