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Posted July 4, 2009
It takes the whole point of the Voyager TV series and throws it away.
The characters are presented in a very unflattering light, and are about as far from how we know them to be. Instead of solving the problem of Janeway's death and finding someway to write her back into the series, things only get worse when it is decided that Voyager and her crew must be sent back to the delta quadrant to explore a borg threat that, thanks to the wonderful Destiny trilogy, no longer exists. How are they getting there you ask since the Borg transwarp network has been destroyed? The quantum slipstream drive which had previously proven too dangerous for use has miraculously been perfected. How convenient. But wait, it gets worse. After their difficult journey home, are the crew members reluctant or resistant to going back? Not in the slightest it appears as none threaten to resign if ordered to go back. But a surprise resignation from starfleet does occur when Chakotay is REPLACED as captian by a character we are virtually unfamiliar with. This book just seems to be a giant step backwards for the entire Voyager crew, and unfortunately I can no longer continue reading this series because of the blunders in character development made in this book.
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Posted January 1, 2010
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