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Star Trek: SCE: Wounds (Starfleet Corps of Engineers Omnibus #11)
The Dominion War has been over for a year, but its legacy lives on. Commander Sonya Gomez, former Starship Enterprise™ engineer, and her crack Starfleet Corps of Engineers team on the U.S.S. da Vinci find themselves dealing with many permutations of that legacy.
Two mysterious murders on the da Vinci lead to the Gamma Quadrant and a Dominion base. A pre-warp planet occupi...more
Paperback, 512 pages
Published October 21st 2008 by Star Trek
(first published August 1st 2005)
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A spinoff of the Star Trek family, the collection of short stories and novellas are centered around Federation engineers as the Federation is in a cold war with an alien empire. The works by various authors is a litter confusing at times but still a good sci-fi read.
Mystery, psychology, ... Again too much character deepening and thinking but still supported and sometimes replaced by the action and tension that i prefer. Falling back more and more on the first known characters which is on the one hand nice since they are quite familiar but leaves on the other hand a lot of room for the new characters to get acquainted with. Varied stories with a clear chronographical line through the whole omnibus. Addictive as is the whole series and by extension the Star T ...more
This is a fine collection of short stories, each focusing on the "Corps of Engineers", a group within Starfleet specializing in solving technical problems that have stumped the "normal" run of starship engineers. The only quibble that I have, and the reason that I've only rated the book as a whole at four stars rather than five, is that unlike in most of this series so far, the continuity between stories is a bit choppy; one story does not always smootly lead into the next, but instead the epilo ...more
Among other things, I was an English major in college and so I know that I'm supposed to write things like, "Ilsa J. Bick is ." Except I hate writing about myself in the third person like I'm not in the room. Helloooo, I'm right here . . . So let's just say that I'm a child psychiatrist (yeah, you read that right)as well as a film scholar, surgeon wannabe (meaning I did an internship in surgery an ...moreMore about Ilsa J. Bick...
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