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  • Title: The Patrian Transgression
  • Author: Simon Hawke
  • ISBN: 9780671880446
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Paperback
  • The U.S.S Enterprise TM is sent to Patria I to discuss that world s application for Federation membership But Captain Kirk and his landing party soon discover that the Patrians have a strict system of laws, laws that are enforced by a telepathic police force In the midst of this startling revelation, the crew finds themselves in the middle of Patria s growing politicaThe U.S.S Enterprise TM is sent to Patria I to discuss that world s application for Federation membership But Captain Kirk and his landing party soon discover that the Patrians have a strict system of laws, laws that are enforced by a telepathic police force In the midst of this startling revelation, the crew finds themselves in the middle of Patria s growing political unrest Caught between the Patrian telepathic police force and a deadly group of terrorists, Kirk, Spock and the others must fight for their lives on a world where their thoughts make them criminals, and all crimes are punishable by death.
    The Patrian Transgression The U S S Enterprise TM is sent to Patria I to discuss that world s application for Federation membership But Captain Kirk and his landing party soon discover that the Patrians have a strict system of

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    1. After reading a handful of TNG books, It strikes me in TOS novels that Kirk is kind of an idiot sometimes Thank God for Spock or he d never solve any mysteries This book was pretty good though, albeit this is a concept I ve seen read about a hundred times before, ie Thoughtcrimes The hypocrisy and politics in this story were so frustrating that I actually had to put the book down and take a breath In that respect, the book did it s job given that i cared enough to even be annoyed.Kirk had a grea [...]

    2. Terribly written but rescued by a slightly better than average story than some of its stable mates I like these, but only once in a while nostalgia can only be used sparingly as a gloss.

    3. The Enterprise is assigned a mission to the as of yet unaligned world of Patria I who have expressed a desire to become Federation members This world has been monitored for the last two decades and have just achieved limited FTL capability and learning they were not alone initiated contact thus forcing the issue The world while seemingly embracing the concept of the Federation is undergoing limited rebel activity which suddenly escalates with the use of energy based weapons which can only have b [...]

    4. In The Patrian Transgression, the Enterprise arrives at the planet Patria to investigate a plea for help According to the planet s leaders, the Klingons are supplying weapons to a terrorist organization, threatening to destabilize the republic completely The Patrians would like the Federation s help, but when Kirk beams down to the planet he is contacted by one of the rebels and told that the powers that be are lying to him On the heels of this revelation, Kirk learns that Patria employs a relat [...]

    5. From April 1994, Simon Hawke gives us a story that at times tries to do too much too quickly at times not enough The story revolves around the Patrians who have invited the Federation in to consider them for admission also to help put down a rebel revolt The race itself has stumbled onto the outside community on their own despite being unable to solve the majority of issues that would normally lead to interstellar travel Hawke s portrayal of the Patrians themselves comes off fine in spots but th [...]

    6. Another of a seemingly never ending supply of Trek books I picked up at a charity shop but so far the best of the bunch.The characterisation as usual doesn t stray that far from the TV series which ultimately saves a lot of timewe know McCoy is a touch TechySpock is a Vulcan Sherlock Holmes and James T Kirk has an eye for the ladies though in this one it s another crew member who gets the girl and as such we don t have to invest much brain power getting into the charactersckily this is offset in [...]

    7. This was okay, but pretty predictable As with so many ST novels, there s nothing to really pinpoint to dislike it, but it s not the greatest in literature ever Just some forgettable fun, a guilty pleasure of sorts.This one is no different than the others Read it or leave it, it s just a fun little jaunt into the ST universe and back out It s not the greatest, but it s not the worst, either.

    8. This was a pretty good Original Series story I did spot one typo in the beginning of the book they called a ship by one name, then called it by a completely different name one page later But I ve found some Star Trek novels that do not follow proper characterization but this one did a pretty good job I found the story engaging and interesting If you are looking for a nice and cheap TOS novel, this will do the job It s not the greatest, but it s good.

    9. This was an interesting twist on the mind reading cops and the people that fear them story line The supporting players were well rounded, but not as three dimension as I d like to have seen The Enterprise crew was well represented, and it was nice to see McCoy get a little action this time instead of Kirk The dynamic between Leonard and Kim while FAR from being the center of the story was done very well and felt real Two thumbs up for this fine Trek adventure.

    10. Not a fav novel of mine, but a nice TOS read The book could make a better impact if the problematic of Mind unit could be written in a few books not just one Good idea, wrong format The characters, thankfully, true to themselves I did not like Jordan.

    11. Certainly one of the top 10 15 best TOS books I ve read A bit heavy handed in places mainly dealing with the diplomats and telepaths , but characterizations were well done Plot was excellent and held my interest throughout the book.

    12. Decent book compared to some published Star Trek fiction It gives a little interest, and was easy to complete in the two hours that I did complete it in.

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