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  • Posted April 5, 2012

    Highly Recommend!! Awesome book!!

    Cannot wait to read this book for this weekend!

    Cannot help but wonder what happened to those characters...gotta to read this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2006

    Complex but well written

    The Monorhans, a sapient species spawned as one more accidental consequence of activity by 'exploring' Nacene (remember what those explorers unintentionally did to Ocampa?), are down to one vast shipload of survivors. Their star system exists apart from the rest of our universe, and Acting Captain Chakotay needs to get Voyager out of Monorhan space before the forces destroying it finish their work. Of course he wants to save those survivors. He must find a way to recover the ship's holographic Doctor, or do without a competent medic for the rest of Voyager's lifetime-long homeward journey and he wants - almost above all else - to see Captain Janeway back in her command chair. That's another reason for needing the Doctor returned from whatever Q or Nacene dimension has snatched him, because Janeway lies comatose - to all intents and purposes, already dead - after aiding a Monorhan escape to the Nacenes' Exosia. And that's just part of the plot setup that author Jarman inherits, and resolves, in Evolution's pages...whew. I applaud Jarman's knowledge of the Voyager characters and their history, and I'm sure many fans will read this tale with delight as she works to make its events provide background for the series' subsequent episodes. Personally I found it less enjoyable than the trilogy's first two installments, though, because I buy a Voyager novel expecting plenty of Janeway. This time I got almost none. Also, I was thoroughly annoyed by what felt to me like a clumsy attempt to explain my favorite Trek captain's behavior later on the Voyager time line. That's the book's only misstep, though, and other readers may not react to it as I did. Jarman is a fine writer, and - despite my personal disappointment with her handling of Kathryn Janeway - she pulls the trilogy's many plot threads together very competently indeed.

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