Star Trek: Voyager: Protectors

Star Trek: Voyager: Protectors

by Kirsten Beyer
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Star Trek: Voyager: Protectors 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Star Trek Voyager Protectors went deep in the choices and decisions that were made in the previous books but were not thoroughly vetted. The choices made in the television show's airing, coupled with Voyager's return to the Alpha Quadrant didn't make Janeway's resurrection, or Project Full Circle's Mission any easier. Although I am a little tired of the death & destruction (Children of Storm certainly showed that with Vesta-Class vessels), and the near total annihilation of the Federation from the Destiny trilogy, it's made Gene Roddenberry's vision of the future look bleak and not as hopeful. But he was not realistic in some of his ideals either, especially the Federation expanding into all 4 quadrants and covering more territory and dealing with hostile aliens.  Although I am a little tired of the fake Starfleet officer stories (i.e. Covington from Starfleet Intelligence trying to be a Borg Queen, Andrew Ellis as the Changeling, Admiral Batitste as Species 8472, and Captain Eden as part of the Omega Continuum.) I really hope in the next novels we will face some new enemies that aren't within Starfleet ,but it's sad to see how broken the Federation is after the Borg invasion. Janeway's return brought more heartache not to mention confusion back to the Alpha Quadrant (and I was shocked by Tuvok's reaction to her comeback).  But it seems like this novel touches even more on Janeway's rationale, command decisions for sending Voyager home quickly in Endgame, and the greater repercussions with the timeline after it, questioning her choices, command style, and own pride. The ending of the story was great although I am little concerned that the next novel, Acts of Contrition, will be a repeat of Golden's Homecoming & The Father Shore with Seven and Axum being tortured by Starfleet. I think Beyer hit the mark with Admiral Montgomery and the tensions that existed there (esp when he questioned her relationship with Chakotay). I won't lie I would love to see them married like Picard and Beverly. I also loved the Picard and Janeway interacted too and her spirits revived by visiting her mother along with counseling. I liked how  Beyer wrote old DQ enemies in and the unusual alliances they formed, esp with the  Ark World. The possibility of the Voth returning makes me excited, since they are technologically formidable. This is the first book I read that Chakotay as Captain he seemed fully in charge of Voyager like never before. It will be interesting how the next book unravels the Doctor, Seven and Tom's dilemmas in the Alpha Quadrant. I like the direction the series is going. I like that they meet at New Talax (altho lets give Neelix a larger role here), and the possibility of finding an alike Federation in the DQ in this book after it's losses in the AQ give me hope the Federation can prevail. I liked that Axum was written back in (something I even mentioned before on writing a review I believe). But we still have yet to see Ocamapa now that it has water, the Kazon, how about the Viddians, the Hierarchy or Malon? Loved this book, great and thrilling too.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a single complaint. Can't wait for the next installment.
Solarix-Star More than 1 year ago
Great read, excellent story play on continued here in this book and really takes you through the feelings of what having hindsight means when reentering a place where things were handled in interesting ways. Love the idea of what is currently happening in the voyager portion of the trek-verse that being said I've never been a big fan of the "To Be Continued" aspect trek has which is why i only give it four stars. Still worth the time to read and explore.
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