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Seeds of Rage (Star Trek: Errand of Fury #1)

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ERRAND OF FURYFollowing the harrowing events of the "Errand of Vengeance" trilogy, tensions between the Federation and the Klingon Empire are the highest they've been since the Battle of Donatu V twenty-five years earlier. Even as Federation Ambassador Robert Fox engages in tense negotiations with the Klingon ambassador to maintain the peace, Captain James T. Kirk of the " ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 29th 2005 by Star Trek
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Tommy Verhaegen
Jul 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: sci-fi, paper_en, ebook_en
I love this. The Errand of Vengeance trilogy had an ending but left a big opening to the future. These books fill that void and continue where the previous books left off. A lot of the situation has already been clarified in the previous books but the author manages to create some obfuscation fot the characters anyhow. Since the characters haven't read the books that seems very close to real life. What i like is that this time from the beginning the good guys and the bad guys are known (mostly) ...more
Richard Harrison
Jul 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
Really good, gripping story. Always enjoy when the story is told from a different perspective. Found the action sequences surprisingly tense and gripping. Given they were told in flashback, I knew the main character survived but still really felt for them. A bit of a gut-twist ending that I didn't see coming, too.
David King
Mar 10, 2013 rated it liked it
“Seeds of Rage” is the first novel in Kevin Ryan’s “Errand of Fury” trilogy which is a sequel trilogy to the incredibly enjoyable “Errand of Vengeance” trilogy. As with the previous trilogy Ryan continues to explore the build up to the Klingon – Federation War that briefly occurs in the Original Series episode “Errand of Mercy”. Of course the original star of the first trilogy, the Klingon spy Jonathan Anderson is dead but Ryan continues to explore the lives of the people he was involved with su ...more
Mikael Kuoppala
Aug 30, 2013 rated it liked it
I enjoyed Kevin Ryan's "Errand of Vengeance" trilogy a lot. It probed the cold war -like diplomatic impass the fedration had reached with the Klingon Empire in a way that felt very real, from the points of view of a few ordinary people serving on the lower decks of the Enterprise. The final novel in that trilogy "River of Blood" was a disappointment though. As the titillating political tension turned into outwright conflict, Ryan lost his hold on the characters and what started out as sharp poli ...more
Aug 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
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A strong start to what seems to be another interesting trilogy from Kevin Ryan. I'm glad the story from Errand of Vengeance had the chance to be continued, as I truly cared about the characters that were introduced in those books. The story of how the war between the Federation and the Klingons in season one of TOS began is one that deserved a bit of exploration, and Kevin Ryan has continued that effort admirably here.

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Looking forward to book 2, definitely a page turner for Trek fans...
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Kevin Ryan is an American writer of many Star Trek books and one episode. He has also written comic books and the novelization of the movie Van Helsing. He lives in New York with his wife and children.

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