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Age of Unreason (Star Trek SCE (ebooks) #26)

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In the wake of the catastrophic events of Wildfire, Carol Abramowitz, Bart Faulwell, and Soloman are sent on a special mission to Vrinda, where the S.C.E. must introduce new technology to the world while avoiding getting embroiled in the political struggle between the Nasnan and the rival Tirza Sirajaldin. But first Abramowitz must participate in a ritual involving the exp ...more
ebook, 76 pages
Published March 18th 2003 by Pocket Books/Star Trek
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The premise was very interesting, but not enough time was spent exploring it. This story reminded me of so many Star Trek episodes with interesting ideas and not finding the proper balance of plot and setting.
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A little confusing, but more adventurous pure sci-fi then I'm used to from this series.
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