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Three (Star Trek: Stargazer #3)

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Identical twins Gerda and Idun Asmund lost their human parents early in life and were raised as warriors on the Klingon homeworld. They were taught to face every danger shoulder to shoulder -- regarding each other as the only certainty in a dangerous and uncertain universe.

The Asmunds continued to depend on each other as helm officer and navigator on the Starship Stargaz

ebook, 288 pages
Published July 29th 2003 by Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing
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Honestly, I don't know what I keep giving Michael Jan Friedman Trek novels a chance--or more importantly my hard earnec cash. I think it's because I remember the simple joy I had reading his early Trek fiction works such as Legacy and Double, Double. I keep picking up his books hoping that the spark will be there again--and time and again I come away feeling disappointed.
Such is the case with Friedman's entry into the on-going Trek novels with the Stargazer series. I wouldn't necessarily say tha
Benjamin Plume
I didn't like this one as much as the first two in the series. The A plot was a classic doppelganger story: Oh no! A duplicate created by the transporter/from another universe/built/cloned is here and we're not sure how to handle it or what the moral implications are! This has been handled well occasionally (The original Mirror Universe episode, Thomas Riker) but is usually weak and not very compelling. This one was a bit half-hearted and flat. I hated it until it tied back to the Mirror Univers ...more
While studying an anomaly on the border to hostile territory, Lieutenant Asmund's counterpart from another universe is mysteriously beamed aboard the Stargazer. Meanwhile, Vigo attends a weapons conference where the key presenter is Ejanix, his former mentor.

'Three' was pretty good, but I liked the first two books better. (I was amused (and initially confused) by the title since it is also the third book in the series.) There was too much time spent hinting/foreshadowing the plot twists even tho
Scott Vout
the continuation of the Stargazer series. Again the author works on character devlopment as four more of the mains get filled in making them more real to the reader.

A nice bit of throw back to the original Star Trek series if you rmember the cross univers transporter episode.

Not as good as book two but better then book one in my opinion

Good enough to move on to book four after a change of pace piece.
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Michael Jan Friedman is an author of more than seventy books of fiction and nonfiction, half of which are in the Star Trek universe. Eleven of his titles have appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list. Friedman has also written for network and cable television and radio, and scripted nearly 200 comic books, including his original DC superhero series, the Darkstars.
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