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Death of a Neutron Star by Eric Kotani
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Mar 23, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: star-trek, science-fiction, own, books-read-in-2011
Read on March 23, 2011

This book goes to a place the TV show didn't — it gives an outsider's perspective on Starfleet technology and philosophy.

As is a typical plot of a Star Trek episode, Captain Janeway and the crew of Voyager must unravel the competing interests of three alien races and do it before the local star goes supernova.

Kotani deserves a photon torpedo spread of praise for evoking the spirit of the TV. The characterizations of the regulars are spot on. The alien, Tyla, ranks as one of the most interesting guest characters in a Star Trek novel.

It's s fun, easy read that will satisfy the die-hard Voyager fans like myself and those who are looking for something light from the Star Trek universe.

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