the aftermath of the devastation wrought by the Genesis Device,
the crew of the Enterprise discover that its aftershock may
be even more dangerous and far reaching than the Genesis Wave
so the Genesis Wave saga comes to its third instalment.
The terrible rifts in space that threatened to annihilate
reality as we know has been sealed but the Romulans still
need to be stopped in their quest for power and glory. Unfortunately,
the promise of excitement and intrigue is never delivered
upon and instead we get a book that is Trek in name
only, and also very badly written.
the stiffest of the stiff, decides that sex is better than
saving the universe. He also seems to have lost any sense
of morality along with his over-weaning sense of duty, dispatching
Bajoran militia officers as if they were flies. Meanwhile,
the Romulans start behaving as if they'd been transported
from the original series and all the while there's the terrible
problem of the religious zealot who sees the Genesis Wave
as some sort of miracle device. As if we care!
book discards many of the hallowed elements that make the
Next Gen universe what it is - worthy, dull and sickeningly
moralistic. But that's just not enough to rescue it from a
whole new set of weaknesses and in the end the third book
in the Genesis Wave saga is the worst of all worlds
- just plain bad. And to make matters worse, Data has quite
a large part in the narrative.
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