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Kinder des Sturms

(Star Trek: Voyager)

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  1,239 ratings  ·  105 reviews
Wenig ist über die Kinder des Sturms bekannt, eine einzigartige und möglicherweise eine der gefährlichsten Spezies, die der Föderation jemals begegnet ist. Die Kinder des Sturms sind körperlos und bereisen den Weltraum in Raumschiffen, die offenbar nur durch Gedanken angetrieben werden, und sie haben es einst geschafft, Tausende Borg-Raumschiffe zu zerstören, ohne eine ein ...more
Mass Market Paperback, deutsche Erstausgabe, 380 pages
Published September 23rd 2015 by CrossCult, Ludwigsburg (first published June 2011)
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Jul 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As I continue to enjoy these utterly amazing relaunch novels by Kirsten Beyer I feel privileged to do so. To me, Star Trek: Voyager means a lot, and to get a continuation of the story is so appreciated.

The main story in this particular book is an interesting one where we get to experience the species calling themselves Children of the Storm. This species is like nothing I've even heard about previous to reading this book which in itself makes for an interesting read in getting to know a new spec
Dec 16, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
As much as I loved Voyager.

As much as I love to read.

Without Captain Janeway, the entire 'feel' of the book is just off. The story was all right. The events and plot within the book itself were all right.

But without Kathryn Janeway present, it simply did not feel right. A vital part of what made Voyager so attractive to me, a strong female Captain who was not perfect but who was willing to accept the repercussions of her choices and who stood up strong and tall to defend her ship and her crew..

While an intriguing story, it's probably the weakest of Kirsten Beyer's additions to the Star Trek world. There's simply too many new characters being thrown at you from every direction. Who's on what ship and plotting with whom gets downright confusing. It seems like it's not really a Voyager story, so much as a generic Star Trek story that includes the Voyager crew. Not bad on its own, but if you're looking for adventures of your favorite characters, it's lacking here. ...more
John Carter McKnight
Sequel to Beyer's Unworthy, which I found delightfully clever structurally - which left me unprepared for the impact of this book. It's a shame this was a tie-in novel, as it'll go under-appreciated. Both an excellent piece of real science fiction with *alien* aliens, a rarity these days, and a work of... the only term is grace.

This is a series of nested musings on understanding the Other, both those labeled "alien," and nearest colleagues alike, in a spirit of acceptance and integrity that is s
Apr 22, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: star-trek
This is my first Voyager book (all my other books are Enterprise / TOS books), and I really liked it. Voyager was the first trek series that I had seen 9back in my school days), and this book has brought back memories... but I might need to watch the series again(and read a few more books)to understand some of the nitty gritty details. Anyways, the dramatization and the fast story line keep you hooked and is definitely something that fans of the Voyager series would love. Would be picking up mor ...more
Jan 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: vgr, star-trek, e-books
The story is very thoughtful and engaging, and the characters are well fleshed-out and "real." The plot is fast-paced and easy to follow, and the story is true to the Star Trek ethos in a way many other stories aren't able to accomplish.

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Apr 30, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found the amount of characters and ships to keep track of very confusing. Also, reading the story as it goes backwards in time was kind of annoying. See read B, sort of get the context, then go back to A to fill in what started the chain of events.
F. William Davis
6 stars
Mark Webb
Star Trek: Children of the Storm by Kirsten Beyer is the latest in the series of Star Trek Voyager books that traces the adventures of the crew of the Voyager after they return to Earth.

Star Trek novels are a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine - I really enjoyed the various TV series when they were on (although watching repeats on Foxtel sometimes reminds me to never revisit the things I remember loving!). Still, I've been particularly enjoying the continuation of the Voyager, Deep Space Nine (my
Maurice Jr.
Feb 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I eagerly waited the next installment of the nine ship fleet Voyager led into the Delta Quadrant, and I was not disappointed. I loved the brief look we got at the Children Of The Storm in the Destiny trilogy, and I enjoyed learning more about them.

I also enjoyed seeing the revamped fleet roster coming together, ship by ship. Captain Afsarah Eden is now fleet commander, and after returning Captain Chakotay to command of Voyager, she gave Lieutenant Commander B'Elanna Torres the role of Fleet Chie
Jun 10, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The best Star Trek book I have read in a while, or, rather, the Star Trek book I have enjoyed the most in a while. I think people disappointed with the last two entries in the Typhon pact series (and especially the tone and the outcome of the TNG's story) will love this, because it's Starfleet doing what we expect Starfleet to do best: (mostly) keeping their heads and their wits when things go horribly wrong and managing to find a positive outcome without resorting to violence, but through knowl ...more
Kirsten Beyer's third novel in the Voyager relaunch series is the weakest so far, but overall a solid and worthwhile read. The story has a great sci-fi premise and Beyer knows the characters from Voyager well. My main complaint is that Beyer adds a lot of new characters. In fact, most of the story doesn't even take place on Voyager but on other ships in the fleet. These new characters are admittedly pretty interesting and distinct from the characters we've already come to know. But in the end, m ...more
Jan 12, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: unowned-but-read
Yikes. A serious drop in quality from Full Circle to Children of the Storm. I had two main problems with this book: confusing and boring. Confusing because the timeline skipped around a LOT, and there were so many POV characters that I never had any idea whose head I was in, even though the book was written entirely in third person. Boring because, and I hate to say this, nothing really interesting happened until the very end. I spent a week trying to get myself to read this book, but I was just ...more
Oleg Ryzhikov
"Children of the Storm" isn't a bad book, it has an intriguing plot about strange unknown alien, high stakes decisions, personal drama and starship action. But somehow I didn't like it very much. Maybe it's because most of it was about new characters from new ships from Voyager fleet, and main VOY characters didn't do a lot, and felt like surplus additions to the whole story. Maybe yet another high concept story following the previous book's ("Unworthy") Indign was to much of the same thing for ...more
Sep 28, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This story was somewhat disappointing. I guess I just can't get past the idea of VOYAGER without Kathryn Janeway. Glad I didn't pay anything for this book. A friend was going to toss it and I picked it up to read first. It's going to goodwill tomorrow though doubt anyone will pay for it

In fact, I'd bet money a good number of the glowing reviews here are paid for by the author and publisher trying to make it seem better than it was.
Christopher Backa
A typical Star Trek story. I enjoyed the book. Looking forward to the next one
Dec 15, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: star-trek, kindle
I finally got around to this novel after several months away from the post-Nemesis timeline. While this isn't the best of the bunch, it was good enough to be worth the wait, and was definitely one of the better offerings in post-Nemsis Treklit up to this point.
Basically, the Voyager and its big ol' fleet have returned to the Delta Quadrant, and in this novel, they are exploring the space occupied by some beings called the Children of the Storm (who were introduced in David Mack's Destiny trilog
Drake Tungsten
This book has its good and bad points.

With regards to the book's good points, I like the way the author is keeping the original Voyager characters familiar to us, while also letting them evolve. [Spoilers to follow.] I like the way they show B'Elanna being a engineer and a mom, sometimes bringing Miral to work with her. I like how Chakotay now has to deal with not being the cautious one as captain. And I like how they brought Neelix back into the fold.

I also like what they've done with some of t
The Honest Book Reviewer
This novel is fantastic. It has everything that makes Star Trek wonderful and more. I was actually surprised by the scope this novel and the execution. I think it's the best Star Trek novel I've read yet, and I thoroughly enjoyed the two preceding novels in this series. Kirsten Beyer has done a remarkable job in relaunching Voyager in this original series of novels.

In this novel we are introduced not only to a new alien species, but also to many new crew members across many ships. The crew membe
Jun 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When an alien species living in an area of the Delta quadrant previously unexplored requests to be left alone, does the Federation take heed? Of course not. As part of an exploratory fleet Voyager is back in the Delta Quadrant with some new crew members and some old friends like Tom Paris, Harry Kim, Seven of Nine, Chakotay and the Doctor. However, Starfleet Command wants to know more about the Children of the Storm because they seem to have managed to defeat the Borg. Trouble is bound to ensue. ...more
Dec 31, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Scott Williams
I found the characterizations a bit sentimental in this novel. The TV series had some moments like that as well so it's not necessarily uncharacteristic it's just not my favourite thing. This novel also spends more time with the new non-Voyager characters. I have to admit it was sometimes a challenge to remember who belonged to what ship and what their role was. Beyer has introduced a huge new cast of characters. There was a helpful appendix that might have been more helpful if it had been at th ...more
Peter Lowry
Aug 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I very much enjoyed this book!
They Voyager Relaunch novels (once Kirsten started helming them) have been exceptional!
Reading them gives you the same feeling as watching Star Trek & the way she writes interactions between characters from the Voyager series are just fantastic! She also does a great job of introducing many new characters without it feeling too overwhelming (some parts were, but if you kept reading it all feel into place). Her timeline may bounce around a bit in this novel but I und
Mar 06, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I agree with the reviews that state this book has too many side characters. What keeps Trek fans buying the series of books is the concept of a continuation of the stories told in the shows, in this case that of Voyager. This novel is very clearly written from a love of Star Trek, but I wish Beyer could have focused more on Chakotay and our usual crew and less in the three other ships. That said, I do recommend reading this book because it does capture the personality of each character and it’s ...more
Melvin Patterson
Another excellent addition to Kirsten Beyer's Voyager saga

Although I only read the Voyager stories from time to time, when I do the series written by Beyer is the one I come back to most often. The characters are familiar and new ones are quote interesting. This story involves the discovery of an entirely new and different form of life and how the Starfleet crews respond and handle this discovery is really classic Trek.
Kay Hudson
Continuing my Voyager binge. This one took five days, but I did have to go to work. Beyer really does a remarkable job of pulling in the entire Trek universe - references to TV episodes, movies, and other books - without resorting to major infodumps.
Judy Sutherland
Jan 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Another enjoyable story from Kirsten Beyer. Her characters feel true to the originals, there are interesting new characters, moral dilemmas, and tough decisions. I'm looking forward to reading more of her work. ...more
Dave Tindall
Sep 13, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book started quite slowly, but soon became a really good read. Very clever. The relationship between Commander Odonnell and his first officer is very cleverly done and you don't see where that goes. ...more
Teresa Cage
Jan 30, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Interesting developments for the Voyager crew. Definitely worth the read. However I get a little lost in where things fit in the universe. Would have loved a recap in the beginning to help me feel where the story fit. Still and all a great read. I finished in two nights.
Feb 09, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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