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Re: [Star Trek Books] TOS: Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III

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  • Strider Elfstone
    I m in the middle of this right now! I m enjoying the POV of Trinh, the A&A officer, because she s new to the crew and we get to see our old friends through
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      I'm in the middle of this right now!

      I'm enjoying the POV of Trinh, the A&A officer, because she's new to the crew and we get to see our old friends through new eyes. I always enjoy that.

      Strider


      “Yet through all the gloom I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory."
        -John Adams, July 3, 1776

      --- On Sat, 2/23/13, Linda Wrage <LINWRAGE@...> wrote:

      From: Linda Wrage <LINWRAGE@...>
      Subject: [Star Trek Books] TOS: Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III
      To: "Star Trek Books" <startrekbooks@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Saturday, February 23, 2013, 8:19 PM
















       









      I just finished reading Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III. It was

      pretty good. I enjoyed the book. It starts out with a bang -- literally. Sulu is

      leading a landing party on a planet that has a lone large city that has been

      destroyed and their goal is to find out what happend. However missiles have

      started raining down on the landing party. Sulu suffers a concussion and other

      injuries. A lot of the focus on this book is on Sulu. The action in the

      beginning and especially at the end of the book really kept me on the edge of my

      seat. However, the middle part of the book kind of dragged for me. But I could

      see that the author was trying to set up what was going to happen to Sulu in the

      second half of the book. My only gripe is that there were times (especially in

      the second part of the book) that Sulu didn't really seem to react as

      professionally as I thought he would have.



      This story takes place during the 5th year of the original 5-year mission.



      Linda W.



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    • Strider Elfstone
      This one s brand new. Strider “Yet through all the gloom I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory.   -John Adams, July 3, 1776 ... From:
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        This one's brand new.

        Strider


        “Yet through all the gloom I can see the rays of ravishing light and glory."
          -John Adams, July 3, 1776

        --- On Sat, 2/23/13, akinssr@... <AKINSSR@...> wrote:

        From: akinssr@... <AKINSSR@...>
        Subject: Re: [Star Trek Books] TOS: Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III
        To: startrekbooks@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Saturday, February 23, 2013, 8:27 PM
















         









        I think I remember this book - does it have anything to do with Sulu's daughter?? There is one story that has a lot of material about them. Reesa



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        From: Linda Wrage LINWRAGE@...>

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        Sent: Sat, Feb 23, 2013 9:19 pm

        Subject: [Star Trek Books] TOS: Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III



        I just finished reading Allegiance in Exile by David R. George III. It was

        pretty good. I enjoyed the book. It starts out with a bang -- literally. Sulu is

        leading a landing party on a planet that has a lone large city that has been

        destroyed and their goal is to find out what happend. However missiles have

        started raining down on the landing party. Sulu suffers a concussion and other

        injuries. A lot of the focus on this book is on Sulu. The action in the

        beginning and especially at the end of the book really kept me on the edge of my

        seat. However, the middle part of the book kind of dragged for me. But I could

        see that the author was trying to set up what was going to happen to Sulu in the

        second half of the book. My only gripe is that there were times (especially in

        the second part of the book) that Sulu didn't really seem to react as

        professionally as I thought he would have.



        This story takes place during the 5th year of the original 5-year mission.



        Linda W.



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