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The Patrian Transgression. Book of Star Trek: The Original Series. The Patrian Transgression The . Enterprise™ is sent to Patria I to discuss that world's application for federation membership.

The Patrian Transgression. 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 Patrias's growing political unrest.

The Patrian Transgression The . Enterprise " is sent to Patria I to discuss that world's application for federation membership.

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Star Trek: Patrian Transgression. 0 5 Author: Simon Hawke. Enterprise™is sent to Patria I to discuss that world's application for federation membership

Star Trek: Patrian Transgression. Enterprise™is sent to Patria I to discuss that world's application for federation membership. Caught between the Patrian telepathic police force and a deadly group of terrorists, Kirk, Spock and the others must fight for their.

Publisher: Pocket Books. Previous novel: Series. Series: Pocket TOS Published: April 1994. The Patrian Transgression is a Pocket TOS novel – in the numbered series – written by Simon Hawke. Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in April 1994. From the book jacket.

Caught in the middle of political unrest on Patria I, Captain Kirk and the crew of the U.S.S. "Enterprise" must fight for their lives amidst a deadly group of terrorists and the Patrian telepathic police force

The Patrian Transgression (Star Trek, Book 69) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0671880446

ISBN: 0671880446

Author: Simon Hawke

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Star Trek; 1st ptg. edition (April 1, 1994)

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Rating: 4.2

Votes: 337

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MrCat
The story line of telepathic cops was pretty interesting, but the execution of the overall story line was very slow and lacking. I could easily put this book down and found it hard to finish the book in favor of starting a whole new book. It wasn't much of a mystery, I could tell you who the bad guy was from the beginning, but I read it more for the characters. Not a lot of interaction between the main characters, and I thought McCoy was out of character throughout the entire book, but it was alright.

This book is really a 3.5 but that's not an option. Okay to pick up, but definitely not my favorite.
MrCat
The story line of telepathic cops was pretty interesting, but the execution of the overall story line was very slow and lacking. I could easily put this book down and found it hard to finish the book in favor of starting a whole new book. It wasn't much of a mystery, I could tell you who the bad guy was from the beginning, but I read it more for the characters. Not a lot of interaction between the main characters, and I thought McCoy was out of character throughout the entire book, but it was alright.

This book is really a 3.5 but that's not an option. Okay to pick up, but definitely not my favorite.
Snake Rocking
I highly recommend this one, the plot is really good, the characters are true to form, even the subtle humor or McCoy and Scotty are dead on! There is plenty of action, and creative thought in this novel. And there are several subplots and little mysteries that will really engage you. I don't like giving plot details or spoilers, but I will say the character Iano who is introduced to the away team is unforgettable! It's action, and good character, a fun read!
Snake Rocking
I highly recommend this one, the plot is really good, the characters are true to form, even the subtle humor or McCoy and Scotty are dead on! There is plenty of action, and creative thought in this novel. And there are several subplots and little mysteries that will really engage you. I don't like giving plot details or spoilers, but I will say the character Iano who is introduced to the away team is unforgettable! It's action, and good character, a fun read!
Llallayue
This was a pure 'episode in book form,' but the plot grew deeper than usual, and the supporting characters were more than props. It was one of those "Doesn't that violate the Prime Directive?" reads, but so many of them can be, so it's not a big concern. It's not many pages, and it reads fast, but it's well worth it.
Llallayue
This was a pure 'episode in book form,' but the plot grew deeper than usual, and the supporting characters were more than props. It was one of those "Doesn't that violate the Prime Directive?" reads, but so many of them can be, so it's not a big concern. It's not many pages, and it reads fast, but it's well worth it.
Freaky Hook
A must read for any Star Trek fan! The character's personalities are extremely accurate with the Original Series. The novel has a complex and highly entertaining plot full of plot twists. It also has a good dose of humor early on and sprinkled through out the novel. If you are a Star Trek fan in anyway please buy a copy. You will not regret it!
Freaky Hook
A must read for any Star Trek fan! The character's personalities are extremely accurate with the Original Series. The novel has a complex and highly entertaining plot full of plot twists. It also has a good dose of humor early on and sprinkled through out the novel. If you are a Star Trek fan in anyway please buy a copy. You will not regret it!
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
Read this in paperback when young. Great story then great story now. Can't find anymore due to out of physical print. Great price to bring back great memories
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
Read this in paperback when young. Great story then great story now. Can't find anymore due to out of physical print. Great price to bring back great memories
Kulafyn
I received the book on 12-18-08 and it was in excellent condition.

David.
Kulafyn
I received the book on 12-18-08 and it was in excellent condition.

David.
Ochach
The Enterprise has been sent to Partria I on a diplomatic mission. The Patrians have reached the level of development required to be considered for membership into the Federation. The diplomat in charge of the mission is a former classmate of Kirk's, one who decided that the diplomatic service was more to his liking than Starfleet. Once the Federation team of Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the two diplomats arrive at Patria I they discover that there is a strong rebel faction attempting to overthrow the local government, a faction that appears to be getting military aid from the Klingons. Further investigation into the matter uncovers even more secrets that the Patrians have been hiding.

This is not a particularly bad novel, nor is it an especially good one. It is formulistic, Kirk meets an old friend who is involved in the current mission, the mission becomes more complicated, one or more Enterpise crew members are in peril, the Enterprise comes under attack, there is a romance. Anyone who has seen more than a dozen of the episodes or read that many of the novels has seen it before. Even the surprise twists have been done before. On the plus side, the Hawke has gotten the characters right, for the most part. A dedicated fan will probably discover a few spots that disagree with the canon of the original series and earlier novels. Overall if this book happens to come your way it is an enjoyable way to spend a few hours but it is not one that needs to be sought out.
Ochach
The Enterprise has been sent to Partria I on a diplomatic mission. The Patrians have reached the level of development required to be considered for membership into the Federation. The diplomat in charge of the mission is a former classmate of Kirk's, one who decided that the diplomatic service was more to his liking than Starfleet. Once the Federation team of Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the two diplomats arrive at Patria I they discover that there is a strong rebel faction attempting to overthrow the local government, a faction that appears to be getting military aid from the Klingons. Further investigation into the matter uncovers even more secrets that the Patrians have been hiding.

This is not a particularly bad novel, nor is it an especially good one. It is formulistic, Kirk meets an old friend who is involved in the current mission, the mission becomes more complicated, one or more Enterpise crew members are in peril, the Enterprise comes under attack, there is a romance. Anyone who has seen more than a dozen of the episodes or read that many of the novels has seen it before. Even the surprise twists have been done before. On the plus side, the Hawke has gotten the characters right, for the most part. A dedicated fan will probably discover a few spots that disagree with the canon of the original series and earlier novels. Overall if this book happens to come your way it is an enjoyable way to spend a few hours but it is not one that needs to be sought out.
The plot in its most basic description is an Original Series staple: the Enterprise is called in to negotiate with one of two warring factions, which the crew end up caught between, and with a Federation ambassador who is more of a hindrance than a help. In this case, the faction that has called in the Federation is the planetary government, and they seek help against rebels. The Enterprise crew quickly learns that the actions of the government are fairly questionable and the opposition of the rebels quite possibly justified. Overall, the book is a combination of investigation and action, mostly on the planet but with one space battle. The writing is good but never really impressive. The characters are well depicted, but not particularly distinctive and the interaction between them somewhat generic. Overall, the story is entertaining, but almost nothing in the book really stands out - apart from the depiction of the government's quite literal "thought police". That was well done, though disturbing.
The plot in its most basic description is an Original Series staple: the Enterprise is called in to negotiate with one of two warring factions, which the crew end up caught between, and with a Federation ambassador who is more of a hindrance than a help. In this case, the faction that has called in the Federation is the planetary government, and they seek help against rebels. The Enterprise crew quickly learns that the actions of the government are fairly questionable and the opposition of the rebels quite possibly justified. Overall, the book is a combination of investigation and action, mostly on the planet but with one space battle. The writing is good but never really impressive. The characters are well depicted, but not particularly distinctive and the interaction between them somewhat generic. Overall, the story is entertaining, but almost nothing in the book really stands out - apart from the depiction of the government's quite literal "thought police". That was well done, though disturbing.