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Death Tide (V #10)

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  65 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 28th 1985 by Pinnacle Books (first published 1985)
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Lise
May 21, 2015 Lise added it
Just started reading it and getting reacquainted with the V original series characters like Ham Tyler, Julie Parrish and Willie, the friendly Visitor who was my favorite character and which helped me discover Robert Englund.

At the point where I am now the Visitors had left the planet after a toxin had been created to make our atmosphere unlivable for them but something went wrong and now they're back.

Diana has done it again! Converted Marjorie Donovan and using her to try and trap the resistance
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Gerd
I actually like that book a lot, I think the authors did a great in recreating the typical feel of the show with all its little quirks and inconsistencies.

What I would have liked to see would have been more romance and less sex talk, at least in the first half of the novel it seems at times like everybody in the book is horny and you could actually have made a drinking game based on how often female breasts are mentioned, that and the massive amount of typos/missed words in the German translatio
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Tamera
What an awesome tie-in to the weekly series with familiar favorites like Donovan, Julie, Ham, Kyle, Elizabeth, Diana, Maggie and Chris. This book fills in some of the blanks of the TV series and adds wonderful character development as well. This is my favorite among the original 16 tie-in books, but maybe that's just because I'm such a big fan of Donovan and Julie.
Kerry
A good one with the main cast. There's new romance for some, a good scheme from Diana and wrap up of a dangling plotline. Add in nice characterization and it's one of the strongest yet.
Angela
Another good book in the series, and involves characters from the original story.
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A.C. Crispin, a best-selling science fiction and fantasy author who wrote tie-in novels for the “Star Wars” franchise and a prequel providing the back story for the popular movie series “Pirates of the Caribbean,” died Sept. 6, 2013 at the Hospice of Charles County in Waldorf. She was 63.

Ann Carol Crispin was an American science fiction writer, the author of over twenty published novels. She wrote
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