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The Next Generation: Doomsday World (1990) by Carmen Carter, Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger. Similarly named works: Ship of the Line (1997), novel by Diane Carey, and Ships of the Line (2006), reference by Michael Okuda. Grouped with other Starfleet Academy novels by Memory Alpha.

Esther Mona Friesner-Stutzman, née Friesner (born July 16, 1951) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. To Storm Heaven (1997) in Star Trek: The Next Generation numbered series. She is best known for her humorous style of writing, both in the titles and the works themselves.

Book of Star Trek: The Next Generation. When Lelys, ambassador of the plague-ridden colony planet of Orakisa, approaches the Federation seeking help for her dying world, the . Enterprise speeds to the rescue. Captain Picard and his crew escort the Orakisan delegation to its long-lost sister-world, Ne'elat, where the ambassador and the Away Team are initially welcomed, but then endangered. As the Enterprise officers make their way through a web of planet-wide intrigue, time is running out the people of Orakisa and the inhabitants of their sister-worlds as well.

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To Storm Heaven (Star Trek: The Next Generation #46) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0671568382

ISBN: 0671568388

Author: Esther Friesner

Category: Fantasy

Subcategory: Science Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Pocket Books (November 1, 1997)

ePUB size: 1638 kb

FB2 size: 1107 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 700

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Tori Texer
Not the best, not the worst. Average, seems like it could have fit in as a TV episode.
Likes: Worf's struggle with Alexander's pet, different society/culture/beliefs. Most characters involved, but especially Geordi, as the cover eludes to.
Dislikes: Too many names for the culture, past/present, that it could get confusing. Some of the ways the Enterprise crew would address each other did not fit. The ending was loose ended.
Tori Texer
Not the best, not the worst. Average, seems like it could have fit in as a TV episode.
Likes: Worf's struggle with Alexander's pet, different society/culture/beliefs. Most characters involved, but especially Geordi, as the cover eludes to.
Dislikes: Too many names for the culture, past/present, that it could get confusing. Some of the ways the Enterprise crew would address each other did not fit. The ending was loose ended.
Kanal
Decent book. Little slow at first, but the story picks up about half way though.
Kanal
Decent book. Little slow at first, but the story picks up about half way though.
Dancing Lion
I have read nearly all of the TNG books, and I have to say: this is without doubt one of the worst.
There were some good things about the book (not many but some), one of which was the descriptions of Ne'elat, which I found to be quite vivid, and the other is the front cover, which has a nice use of gold lettering and colour, although I'm not sure this should be considered when buying the book. Other than that though ...
As far as bad points go, there is practically no insight into the characters of the crew or the aliens. I will go as far to admit that I admired the author's style of writing, and it would have been a good book if it hadn't been so MIND-NUMBINGLY BORING!
I could tell from the start that this was not going to be one of TNG's best offerings, and unfortunately I was proved right. There was no plot to speak of, way too much speaking, and as I said before, no character information.
In my opinion: don't waste your money. Buy 'Imzadi' or 'Q in Law'.
Dancing Lion
I have read nearly all of the TNG books, and I have to say: this is without doubt one of the worst.
There were some good things about the book (not many but some), one of which was the descriptions of Ne'elat, which I found to be quite vivid, and the other is the front cover, which has a nice use of gold lettering and colour, although I'm not sure this should be considered when buying the book. Other than that though ...
As far as bad points go, there is practically no insight into the characters of the crew or the aliens. I will go as far to admit that I admired the author's style of writing, and it would have been a good book if it hadn't been so MIND-NUMBINGLY BORING!
I could tell from the start that this was not going to be one of TNG's best offerings, and unfortunately I was proved right. There was no plot to speak of, way too much speaking, and as I said before, no character information.
In my opinion: don't waste your money. Buy 'Imzadi' or 'Q in Law'.
Gldasiy
Spoilers!!!

Much room for improvement. Plot was lost in many side stories that were either not resolved or poorly so. The way that characters at the end changed allegiances was unconvincing. Too many contrivances. Pity because the prologue was promising.
Gldasiy
Spoilers!!!

Much room for improvement. Plot was lost in many side stories that were either not resolved or poorly so. The way that characters at the end changed allegiances was unconvincing. Too many contrivances. Pity because the prologue was promising.
Kakashkaliandiia
This was a perfectly mediocre, run-of-the-mill Star Trek story, written well enough to get it up into the above-average, "worth the read if there's nothing better to do" category. The sub-plot with Worf & the hamster was just silly and didn't really do Worf's character justice, the sub-plot of the search for the herb needed for medical treatment was formulaic in its existence and predictable in its conclusion, the diplomatic breakthrough seemed extremely contrived & unlikely, but still, the story was a fun read if far from exceptional.
Kakashkaliandiia
This was a perfectly mediocre, run-of-the-mill Star Trek story, written well enough to get it up into the above-average, "worth the read if there's nothing better to do" category. The sub-plot with Worf & the hamster was just silly and didn't really do Worf's character justice, the sub-plot of the search for the herb needed for medical treatment was formulaic in its existence and predictable in its conclusion, the diplomatic breakthrough seemed extremely contrived & unlikely, but still, the story was a fun read if far from exceptional.
Snake Rocking
It was so mind-numbingly slow that I could not even get through it. Perhaps it ended well, but me, as the reader, would never know that, since the book was too hard to complete. I have read many star trek novels and look forward to new ones being published, but as soon as I read this one, I became wary as to which books I would purchase in the future.
Snake Rocking
It was so mind-numbingly slow that I could not even get through it. Perhaps it ended well, but me, as the reader, would never know that, since the book was too hard to complete. I have read many star trek novels and look forward to new ones being published, but as soon as I read this one, I became wary as to which books I would purchase in the future.
Hucama
I've read most of the TNG books and found this one to be without a doubt the most boring of the bunch. Try as I might, I could not finish this boring entry in the TNG library. From a dull story to flat and uninteresting characters....this is one to be avoided.
Hucama
I've read most of the TNG books and found this one to be without a doubt the most boring of the bunch. Try as I might, I could not finish this boring entry in the TNG library. From a dull story to flat and uninteresting characters....this is one to be avoided.
Despite several bad reviews of this book, I have to say I really enjoyed it. It was a refreshing change from the normal space battles and plots that usually are written. Since I consider myself a Historian of the Future, my only complaint was the lack of specified time periods between past events. That made it difficult to place events in the timeline.
Despite several bad reviews of this book, I have to say I really enjoyed it. It was a refreshing change from the normal space battles and plots that usually are written. Since I consider myself a Historian of the Future, my only complaint was the lack of specified time periods between past events. That made it difficult to place events in the timeline.