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Star Trek: The Next Generation 34: Blaze of Glory - Simon Hawke

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Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Simon Hawke / Edition: First Edition / Paperback / 277 Pages / Book is published 1995-03-06 by Star Trek

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      01.01.2011 22:07
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      Worth a read.

      Blaze of Glory.
      The crew are back in this 34th instalment of the adventures of the Enterprise, her Capt and the usual crew.

      The story contains all of the regular favourites, Capt Picard, of course, Riker, Deanna, Data, Geordie, Worf and a few new faces, one of whom is wearing the infamous red shirt, only Trekkies will understand that old star trek reference.

      The enterprise is called to Starbase 37 when a rogue Pirate ship, an old Constitution- class Starship, equipped with a cloaking device, is attacking and plundering ships in the k'trall system.
      But here they will find deeper problems with double dealing rulers, Romulans and hidden agendas from all the above parties.

      The book gets its title from the Capt of the pirate ship, Blaze and the name of his ship, the Glory, hence Blaze of glory.

      I won't go into anymore detail in regards to the storyline but it's fair to say it's a standard star trek novel, easy to read, fast paced and if you read it on the beach you will fly through it or you can easily pick it up and put it down without losing the thread.

      The ending was predictable and I really did see it coming but it was worth my time to read this fun novel.

      Really only for sci-fi fans and more probably specifically for star trek fans.
      Book is only 277 pages long and you will soon churn through them.

      Recommended for the beach.



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