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    Star Trek Voyager Acts of Contrition by Kirsten Beyer This is the second part of a trilogy that began with Protectors earlier this year I have to say that this book leaves me ambivalent there are strong points but also passages that simply m

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    I love Star Trek novels that focus on the on screen characters In order to do this well the writer has to have watched the series and learned the characters well maybe even come to love them Beyer is a Voyager ex

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    35 stars I am a little torn by this book Once I had managed to recall parts of the storyline from the first book that I finished uite some time ago the story once again grabbed me and the action and the tension ratcheted up until a

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    So This was a good one Possibly my favorite out of the reboots so far From what I can remember Which apparently isn't a lot because I forgot half of the non canon crew AnywayFirst Contact is my favorite thing and the amount and depth of conflict on a social level and not the age old SPACE BATTLE trope that ST books tend to fall i

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    Beyer's Voyager relaunch had been one of the best things to come out of Trek in ten years but this book flounders I gave it three stars but some of its subplots would barely make two while one gets a solid four The overall problem with this book is that everyone's been hit with the Idiot Stick the author's Axe To Grind or both And the story arc just isn't as much fun with Janeway back in command of the fleet the new V

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    Excellent story line through out Can't wait to see what happens next

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    Admiral Janeway is back in command of the Full Circle fleet and that's good Ever the devoted Janeway fan I had to read this

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    Acts of Contri

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    Once again Kirsten Beyer has knocked it out of the park This story was beyond outstanding I barely touched on the sub plot that had Tom Paris fighting in family court for custody of his own children against his mother Scenes in that courtroom were incredibly moving Also barely mentioned in my review was the catomic plague that Seven and Dr Sh

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    The second book of what we will call the Confederacy trilogy is a triumph Multiple plots lines are juggled with extreme ca

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Acts of Contrition

Ose power rivals that of the Federation Captain Chakotay knows that his choices could derail the potential alliance While grateful to the Confederacy Interstellar Fleet for rescuing the Federation starships from an alien armada Voyager's captain cannot forget the horrors upon which the Confederacy was foundedMore troubling it appears t Beyer s Voyager relaunch had been one of the best things to come out of Trek in ten years but this book flounders I gave it three stars but some of its subplots would barely make two while one gets a solid four The overall problem with this book is that everyone s been hit with the Idiot Stick the author s Axe To Grind or both And the story arc just isn t as much fun with Janeway back in command of the fleet the new Voyager series was both superb and different because it told the story of a full fleet of ships with a good dozen subplots involving really enjoyable new characters and something of a lesser role for the old Voyager crew This time out we get the Janeway story and the Seven story with the new characters largely sidelined There are two major plots The first involves Janeway negotiating with a m

Summary Acts of Contrition

An original novel set in the universe of Star Trek Voyager; and the seuel to the New York Times bestseller ProtectorsAdmiral Kathryn Janeway has now taken command of the Full Circle Fleet Her first mission return to the Delta uadrant and open diplomatic relations with the Confederacy of the Worlds of the First uadrant a civilization wh Star Trek Voyager Acts of Contrition by Kirsten Beyer This is the second part of a trilogy that began with Protectors earlier this year I have to say that this book leaves me ambivalent there are strong points but also passages that simply made me angry angry enough to want to abandon it Let s start with those and they almost exclusively pertain to the trial between Paris and his mother over custody of his daughter Miral s wellbeing wasn t in any danger she s a happy well adjusted child living with parents who adore her and would do anything to protect her So what s really in uestion here Tom and B Elanna s fitness at parenting clearly not Their characters Having lied to protect Miral Having hurt others while doing so But actually what does that have to do with them having custody I don t dispute t

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Hat several of Voyager's old adversaries have formed a separate and unlikely pact that is determined to bring down the Confederacy at all costs Sins of the past haunt the crew members of the Full Circle Fleet as they attempt to chart a course for the future Will they learn much too late that some sins can never be forgiven or forgotten Acts of Contrition was a fairly well executed continuation of the Voyager story from the previous novel Protectors The Full Circle fleet has begun a diplomatic mission with the Confederacy of the World of the First uadrant a coalition of 53 member worlds who s subspace corridors had previously saved the crews of starship Voyager and Demeter Meanwhile Seven of Nine has been recalled to Earth to help stop a plague possibly tied to her former Borg nature And Tom Paris has returned to Earth to face his mothers charges that he and B Elanna are unfit parents and should give up their daughter MiralThe diplomatic story is an easy parallel to Capitalism and how we treat and view the less fortunate in society Viewed through the lens of the Starfleet personnel sent to evaluate a potential ally This is something St

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 390
  • Acts of Contrition
  • Kirsten Beyer
  • en
  • 23 June 2019
  • 9781476765518