Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time to Heal

Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time to Heal

by David Mack
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Star Trek The Next Generation: A Time to Heal 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Simply one of the darkest, most ethically frightening Star Trek novels in years. The horrors of war, the anguish of being forced to do the wrong thing for the right reason... this is a Star trek book that makes you think. As for a previous reviewer's comment that the book 'lacked a depth of feeling' -- I think we must not have been reading the same book. The sorrow, the bitter anger, the terror of combat, the indignation of betrayal, even Troi's descent into the darker parts of herself ... this is some of the most emotionally intense writing I've seen in a Star trek novel in years. Just because it had Picard's face on the cover, I didn't expect it to be all about him; it was an ensemble piece, which is quite common in Star Trek Books. Besides, who hasn't heard the admonition, 'Don't judge a book by its cover'?
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InTrekHeaven More than 1 year ago
This book is a really great addition to an already thrilling series! Now, you do have to be a Trekkie Fan in order to enjoy ANY Trek book, but if you do, you should read this entire series!! It helps you to better understand the smaller story lines inside of the bigger one, while at ther= same time, helping you to get even morer attached to the characters! This book is one of my favorites in the collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While well written, the book lacked a depth of feeling. One would expect a novel with the Captains' picture on the cover, and by the excerpts on the back, to be about Captain Picard. However, the Captain was a minor character, at best, and most of his role was not true to form.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was one of the best books in this most recent series. It was very well written with imagery that was quite stark. One could not help to see an analogy between The Federation's role with this planet and the current US role in Iraq... I pray the US role ends at least as well.