The Fate Of The Phoenix In this sequel to The Price of the Phoenix the universe is beset with problems the Voran Hegemony is threatening to secede from the Federation the Romulans are probing the Neutral Zone the Klingon

  • Title: The Fate Of The Phoenix
  • Author: Sondra Marshak Myrna Culbreath
  • ISBN: 9781852865351
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this sequel to The Price of the Phoenix , the universe is beset with problems the Voran Hegemony is threatening to secede from the Federation, the Romulans are probing the Neutral Zone, the Klingons are restless, Spock has lost his psychic powers, and there is a duplicate Captain Kirk.

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    1. And the greatest Bromance in Space continuesI m not saying I like Spirk, mind you butOh, heck, I can t stay mad at you gals This overwrought insanity is exactly what space soap opera was created for getting a reaction I raised this from my initial one star gut dislike years ago because it s well written It s poetic, weirdly beautiful It tends to over speechify, and I m SO tired of Omne, the unstoppable rapey villain But its fans are not wrong.I can t bring myself to buy into it, or think of it a [...]

    2. Hoo boy.Somewhere in this story there s some great Star Trek stuff Those are the bits that deal with the implications of the Phoenix technology artificial replication of both mind and body and what the galactic aftermath of immortality would like Also the bits that touch on some of the limitations and unfortunate ramifications of the Prime Directive.Unfortunately, all those big ideas and great talking points get covered up, nay, slathered over, by the authors not at all concealed sexual fantasie [...]

    3. I asked myself why would I read the sequel to the book I dubbed the worst Star Trek book I have read The answer is that I bought them at the same time, so if I spent money on it I may as well read it.This one was a little better than its predecessor It suffered from many of the same flaws, but not to the same degree It was at least readable thanks to easier to follow action sequences Still, I would not recommend it even for those who have read the first.

    4. One of my favorite of the New adventure books about Star Trek The authors really got the characters right and seemed to care about them.

    5. This was an okay book It was very slow starting off and had difficulty holding my attention It is also a sequel, so not having read the first book made this book confusing until I realized there was a clone of James T Kirk modified to look Romulan running around with a hot Romulan commander About halfway through the book it started to pick up some speed and became mildly interesting We find out Omne has a duplicate copy of himself, only this duplicate looks and sounds like Spock This duplicate i [...]

    6. Worst Star Trek novel I have ever read The plot was too convoluted and often simply made no sense The characters from the TV show were portrayed so differently from the originals that it made what actions they took totally unbelievable The guest stars were very one dimensional in their thoughts and actions, but had crazy and arbitrary back stories that added nothing to what little could be made of the plot Kind of a spoiler below but because the plot makes no real sense, it s not really spoiling [...]

    7. I loved The Price of the Phoenix, the book this is the sequel to, in all its cheesy glory and its slashy subtext It might have helped I was a teenage girl when I first read it, and a fan of the original series before it was reborn in film and new franchises such as Next Generation Back then, books like this were the only sign of life, unless you were hardcore enough to send your SASE and check for mimeographed fanzines Also, unlike most Trek fans, I m a Kirk fan, not a Spock fan, and say what yo [...]

    8. These notes were made in 1983 I think I or less expended my comments on The Price of the Phoenix This is of the same The setting has changed from the labyrinths of an underground settlement to the labyrinths of an anomaly in space, but the labyrinths of emotion are identical The alpha male i.e dominating villain makes his second resurrection James, the duplicate Kirk, leads a new life in the unaccustomed position of subordinate to a woman Kirk, Spock, and McCoy miraculously and barely survive [...]

    9. When I read this book a long time ago I was unaware that it was a sequel I remember that I sloughed through it as best I could, tried to understand what was happening, and hated it thoroughly I m only giving it two stars as I hope to maybe read the prequel and give it better understanding To be honest, all I remember about it, is that I hated this book.

    10. As much as I loved the first book of this series, I wasn t as crazy for the second one It had its moments that I loved and read over and over, but it was a bit garbled when it came to the plot and how things came together at the end It was good, but not the best.

    11. A sequel to Price of the Phoenix Not as good as a first one imho, but still a good read Omne, I got tired of him in the end Still good.

    12. As if having two Kirks in the last book weren t enough Now there are two Omne s, one of whom is truly evil and looks like Spock.

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