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A Weary Life (Star Trek: Slings and Arrows #5)

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A new six-part epic covering the first year of service of the U.S.S. Enterprise-E, leading up to the events of the hit movie Star Trek: First Contact.

A WEARY LIFE
BOOK V

A team from the Enterprise -- Riker, La Forge, and Daniels -- is sent to deal with the latest threat from the Maquis. For La Forge and Daniels, it's just another mission, but Riker must face the specte
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ebook, 90 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Pocket Books/Star Trek
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Sean Randall
For some reason, the writing occasionally made me think this novel was penned by a teen who played a lot of trek computer games. Some of the English seemed questionable at best, and yet the depth with which the emotions were captured, Riker in particular, speaks a much more adult language and one I found hard to ignore.

I therefore really liked this novel; a welcome aside from the dominating dominion. Also, I did notice the publisher putting "novels" and "e-Books" on differing levels, which is al
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Dan
A strong introspective story about Riker, marred only by a few questionable language and plot choices by the author. It's nice to get a good Riker-centric story, as they sometimes feel few and far between. A solid three out of five story with some good character moments, but far from the best story of this series. Also, however, very far from being the worst.

Full review: http://treklit.blogspot.com/2015/05/S...
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