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The Genesis Wave, Book 1 By John Vornholt Esther M. Friesner Tim Russ,

  • Title: The Genesis Wave, Book 1
  • Author: John Vornholt Esther M. Friesner Tim Russ
  • ISBN: 9780743510332
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Audio Cassette
  • Project Genesis once it was a Federation scientist s brainchild, the ultimate solution to overpopulation and food shortages in the Alpha Quadrant Instead, it became a weapon of awe inspiring destructiveness, capable of rearranging matter and life energy on a planetary scale Starfleet destroyed all Genesis data and records, hoping to bury its terrible secrets forever.Project Genesis once it was a Federation scientist s brainchild, the ultimate solution to overpopulation and food shortages in the Alpha Quadrant Instead, it became a weapon of awe inspiring destructiveness, capable of rearranging matter and life energy on a planetary scale Starfleet destroyed all Genesis data and records, hoping to bury its terrible secrets forever But now, nearly a century later, Captain Jean Lud Jean Lud Picard and the crew of the U.S.S Enterprise must suddenly face the deadly rebirth of Genesis with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance.Directly tying in to a thrilling storyline that began in the blockbuster films films Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek III The Search For Far Spock, this first novel in the all new Genesis Wave series is sure to become a national bestseller at warp speed Order today
    The Genesis Wave Book Project Genesis once it was a Federation scientist s brainchild the ultimate solution to overpopulation and food shortages in the Alpha Quadrant Instead it became a weapon of awe inspiring destructi

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    1. If you are looking for a Next Generation story with some relics from the first generation, look no further Strange aliens with hallicinagenic powers capture Kirk s ex wife and persuade her to finish her Genesis experiments, giving them a mother of all WMDs, and only the Next Gen Enterprise can stop them.

    2. Genesis the device created by Carol and David Marcus in Star Trek II Wrath of Khan returns 90 years later as a weapon of mass destruction The crew of Star Trek The Next Generation is in place to stop it The plot is fast moving, the character development is spot on, and the cliffhanger will make you scream a little.I absolutely loved having Dr Leah Brahms back and Consul Maltz is an alcoholic, old Klingon that proves his loyalties throughout the book.I definitely want to know what happens in book [...]

    3. The Genesis Wave a blast from the past A supersized rerun, 90 years after the initial testing by Carol David Marcus from Star Trek II The only thing it was missing was the criminal character and the death of a second in command to be reborn in a future book Seriously though, this is a book one of a series that does not have the completed feel of a book The reading of Tim Russ Voyager s Tuvok adds little to the presentation of a story that has potential, but the ending was neither a cliffhanger n [...]

    4. I don t know about this This wasn t a favorite So the Gensis technology has been stolen Carol Marcus has been abducted by someone she thought was her late son David It appears the only person who know what s going on is a Klingon who survived the Gensis Planet I m not sure where this sits in the timeline but I think Spock should have been consulted on this.

    5. This was a good idea for a story Take the first gen film plot and put the possibilities of the story into Next Generation Well done too so far, as this is only book 1 of 3 I m worried that they will get lost somewhere in the second book, but I m willing to find out.

    6. Three stars is generous The book feels like a first draft, with emphasis on the horrors of the wave and less on writing the characters well I ll still listen to the other two, since nothing is resolved in this book.

    7. As the recording is abridged, it lacks some of the story s nuances and depth, but still one of Star Trek s best horror books.

    8. Oh boy, what a stinker this is and they made a trilogy out of it just to finish the story These 3 books are not truly a trilogy, it s one book dragged ON and ON and ON and ON I feel like dropping some animated GIFs here The story is inanely stupid The Genesis Wave apparently is travelling at warp speed, even though nothing in the universe goes faster than light Nothing natural anyway or wave like, or energetic like I get that there s precedent in Star Trek Doesn t make it any less stupid the exp [...]

    9. It is always a risk writing about successful stories from the past Most continuations can be viewed as bland because so much of the extended storyline is rehash from before This book tried to capitalize upon the prior success of the Genesis story and does so with some imaginative twists Unfortunately the story lacks depth and doesn t build much upon the fear of such a destructive device Instead of a torpedo style weapon we are presented with a destructive wave that spreads from solar system to s [...]

    10. Poor geordiLoved the story line Wish I could have give 4 1 2 stars Couldn t give 5 due to my irritation with Geordi He continually whined and acted like a lovesick teenager about Leah Brahms, causing him to act way out of character as a star fleet officer Also, troi acted too emotional too Seemed like the characters, including admiral nechayev were willing to act according to their feelings and not their training This irritation every time they whined in their thoughts or acted out of character [...]

    11. I m still not the greatest fan of John Vornholt s writing style, and I think he s slight off on his characterization of Riker Troi Ironically, he s extremely adept with the guest cast Nechayev, Maltz, Leah Brahms, Tomalak, even Mot the Barber all get chances to shine albeit in very sombre ways He also constructs an exciting, everything is going to hell epic that would make for one hell of a movie It comes close to Star Trek meets Independence Day but with stronger characters, and a terrifying us [...]

    12. While the story is interesting and I will continue with the rest of this series, the author doesn t seem too invested in it The prose tends to fall flat in a number of places and the characters appear to exist solely to push the story forward, many acting in ways unlike what has been established by the show.

    13. Kirk s ex wife is kidnapped, a destructive wave kills planets, no one can stop it The Enterprise have to find a solution This is a very well thought out story, fast paced, you really want to know what happens next The characters all act how you think they should and this adds to the pacing of the story A very good read.

    14. Great Book This book ties into the movie Star Trek 2 Wrath of Khan The Genesis project is once again causing havoc throughout the Universe This time The Next Generation crew is wrapped up in the problems caused by Kahn s legancy I am looking forward to reading the next three books in the series.

    15. Loved the opening, featuring Carol Marcus At many points, I thought this book would make a good movie featuring the Next Generation crew And Tim Russ reads it amazingly I will now listen to any book featuring Russ as the reader.

    16. Troppi riempitivi dopo un po viene da saltare le pagine inutili perch ci si scoccia di leggerli e si vuole seguire solo la storia principale, senza orpelli inutili.Se anche il secondo volume cos , avrebbero potuto benissimo farne uno solo, eliminando tante pagine stupidamente superflue.

    17. The best series of all the Star Trek books I have read so far, I took it to Cancun with me and couldn t put it down.

    18. Leaves off right where the movies stop I was totaly envolved in this book Wow it needs to be a movie, a 3 hour movie lol.

    19. Exciting TNG adventure part 1 Dealing with the Genesis project introduced in Star Trek 2 The Wrath of Kahn.

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