Wasn t One of the worst sins this novel however has got to be this surprise pregnancy plotline with Conlon
So I m to believe that in the year 2400 of our Lord we I m supposed to believe that in the year 2400 of our Lord we starships that routinely move faster than the speed of light ownloadable pizza and a cure for cancer but no one knows how to use a condom How is this happening Why on t these guys just turn their balls off This technology must exist surely So that s ridiculous But Beyer goes even further Conlon apparently wants to terminate the pregnancy but the stem cells from the apparently wants to terminate the pregnancy but the stem cells from the are going to help keep her alive or something similar This skeeved me out so badly Are we really going to pretend that they couldn t just artificially fertilize an egg and grow it for parts Are we really going to pretend that this little plot twist exists for any other reason than to force her to have a baby It s fucked up Beyer is so talented but her interpersonal nontrek plots are too wrapped up in children No I beg you Beyer is on a roll with the Star Trek Voyager relaunch novel series She has taken these amazing characters and continued to evelop them I thoroughly enjoyed this story The pace is enjoyable there s action sci fi concepts character moments and continued plot The Wildcatter development I felt like I was reading a wellone episode with the crew I love so much I look forward to seeing what Beyer has in store for the readers next With 2016 having just begun A Pocket Full of Lies has already set the bar very high for Star Trek novels this year A very fun and very compelling read this novel not only tells its own story very well but it also serves to expand on and enhance Voyager stories that have come before Add to that the fact that Beyer manages to undo the biggest reset button push of all of Star Trek and A Pocket Full of Lies becomes a must read There are many big Trek novels coming out throughout this year which is Star Trek s 50th anniversary and I have to say that they all have their work cut out for them if they hope to be the eual of this stellar novelFull review Another great KB Voyager novel Kristen Beyer as always expertly handles the characters in this complicated imaginitave story Her Voyager novels are just consistently awesome Well that was certainly an epic worth Bear Claw Lawman (Bear Claw Creek Crime Lab, devouring It gives me great pleasure to find that Voyager s second life in print has finally given me the character and conseuence filled stories that I knew it was capable of producingand this novel in particular is its finest outing An astonishing seuel to some mind bending episodes this novelrips with excitement emotion happy endings and heart aching revelations How could I NOT Her Nine Month Confession devour this in aay. Ught for control of the nearby planet Sormana with both sides claiming it as their ancestral homeworld The shocking part is that for the last several years the Rilnar have been steadily gaining ground thanks to the tactics of their current commanding officer a human woman who appears to be none other than Kathryn Janeway hersel.
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ABOUT THIS THERE ARE SPOILERSthis one There are consider yourself warnedFirst there were a lot of things that I really liked about this book Honestly It had rather a lot of action and adventure and meeting new aliens and all the things we love about Star Trek I continue to really like seeing the evelopment of people like Seven and Icheb and I think Liam O Donnell is just uirky and cool and a very believable character I also am enjoying the continuation of the exploration of the Delta uirky and cool and a very believable character I also am enjoying the continuation of the exploration of the Delta It is like coming home in many ways but bittersweet too since you can t go home again This novel wasnot my favorite though because for starters it was just too busy Some of the various plots felt rushed I kind of want time with O Donnell and the Nihydron for example perhaps fleshed out better in a separate novel rather than trying to cram it all into one Also I m kind of tired of multiverse problems Like cool I know it s a thing But I found this to be one of the best written Voyager fleet books Multiple plots with threads from the television series the books and the STNG world together with new ideas are carefully woven together coming to a satisfactory conclusion Absolutely terrific Kirsten Beyer is incredibly talented and imaginative and never fails to make me feel even for the characters I ve loved for 20 years both on the screen and on the page This book was everything I hoped it would be I ve read A LOT of Star Trek authors and she is up there with the best My PM to Kirsten BeyerI ve just finished A POCKET FULL OF LIES and Wow What a terrific novel Utterly brilliant And adding Tuvok et al was just a masterful stroke of genius In my book you just surpassed Mack s best by about 70000 lightyears Well one You know these characters tha When Is a Lie More Important Than the TruthBeyer explores that uestion on multiple fronts in this latest in the Full Circle series Nor Let It Go does she let up on the twists and turns we ve come to expect since that fatefulay when Janeway infamously predicted that Voyager would only return to the Delta uadrant over her Charade of Hearts dead body Now we learn how thateath other related The Yuletide Rescue (Alaskan Search and Rescue deaths and the layers of lies that flourished in their aftermath have are and will cause serious repercussions across not just the uadrant but across time as well Clear as mud Read the book and it will be Man I reallyon t know how to feel about this one I Toward a Better Life d easily give the first half or so of the novel five stars but the end regarding the other Janeway in particular just soured the whole novel for me Spoilers followAs usual Beyeroes a great job with her cast I very much enjoy a lot of her original characters which is no. The Full Circle Fleet has resumed its unprecedented explorations of the Delta uadrant and former Borg space Commander Liam O'Donnell of the USS Demeter makes a promising first contact with the Nihydron humanoid aliens that are collectors of history They rarely interact with the species they study but have created a massive ata. ,
T something I can say about a lot of Trek novels even the ones that seem to exist primarily to be a het romance partner for an existing character are than tolerable I believe she oes the Janeway character greater justice than any other writer in the Voyager verse I particularly enjoyed how she reacted to the child situation being hidden from her chastising Tuvok and Chakotay for believing she couldn t learn from her mistakes I was fully prepared to be up in mental arms about her boyfriend I guess normal terminology Schaums Outline of Microbiology, Second Edition doesn t seem appropriate for the amount oframa in this relationship eliberately keeping such important information from her because he
thought she couldn t be rational about it so I m glad thatshe couldn t be rational about it so I m glad that addressedI can t say I was super excited to read another JanewayAU Janeway central book I thought I never say this but I am growing weary of this one woman alone causing all this A Prescription for Murder drama in the galaxy So muchrama in fact that her larger than life bringer of the end status is literally acknowledged by several characters within the actual narrative A little muchAs far as the actual plot it was enthralling for the first half of the novel The in epth the story grew concerning ShatteredJaneway the less interested I became something about the way she was handled made me uncomfortable Her whole character was wrapped up in this DayneMollar situation From what I remember we really only get one or two points of perspective from her the entire novel It just unsettled me how much she was efined and controlled by circumstances beyond her control and not as a person I know the changes in her character are supposed to be explained as Accounting for Taste different life experiences but this singular obsession and completeisinterest in literally everything else she has ever cared about too contrivedFurther being an alternate knew the chances were great that she Anarchist Modernism d be killedshuffled off somewhere so there wouldn t be two competing characters with the same foundation I fully expected it but her happy ending really left a bad taste in my mouth So after all ShatteredJaneway had been through she gets to spend her life alone severed from her friends and family that she had the opportunity to see again and conveniently seem to have no interest inoing a stark contrast to the Janeway lost in the Delta uadrant who wanted nothing than that and everything
That She Had Evershe had ever just to spend it with some kid she never met she had by a man who was indirectly responsible for her capture and torture in the first place on some fucking alien planet she had no connection to beyond it being a prison of her obsession If this was supposed to be satisfying it. Base of numerous races inhabited planets and the current geopolitical landscape of a large swath of the uadrant When an exchange of An Audience of Artists data is proposed via a formal meeting the Nihydron representatives are visibly shaken when Admiral Kathryn Janeway greets them For almost a century two local species the Rilnar and the Zahl have fo.