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The Romulan Way

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E maintain her cover or save the life of Dr Leonard McCoyHere in a startlingly different adventure is the truth behind one of the most fascinating alien races ever created in Star Trek the Romula. This is a horribly written book fan fiction at its worst There is honestly nothing of merit here it is a ponderous read like trying to run with your feet glued inside the trainers AND then glued to the ground YECHHHHDo you want to know what's really embarrassing my copy is signed by the authorsI wonder could I get a refund as my copy as been scribbled inPS It really is signed I am not joking

Download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Diane Duane

Ight years Federation Agent Terise LoBrutto has hidden in their midst Now the presence of a captured Starfleet officer forces her to make a fateful choice between exposure and the chance to escap. Duane's second Romulan excuse me Rihannsu novel is also or maybe of a follow up to Spock's WorldLike that book which dived into the history of the most prominent member of the Federation after Earth every other chapter of this book gives the history of the Romulans starting with their original split from Vulcan society and self imposed exile among the starsThis alternates with a far better but very unusual plot centered around the head servant of a Rihannsu household that has seen better days Other things intrude on this setting including Ael from the first book near the end but the only regular cast member who has a presence is McCoy Rihannsu and Federation covert plots get involved and what starts as a fairly sedate focus gets shaken to pieces I don't buy some of how the Federation op is put together but once that's accepted everything els falls into place very wellAs such much of the book is fairly actionless and is a decidedly slow burn Thankfully the characters are well done and keep a creaky opening going Things heat up over the course of the book for a fairly epic conclusion featuring among other things 'a good ol' southern fillibuster' Duane doesn't do as much violence to the setting as some other novels but this is an event that would go down in the history books

Diane Duane ↠ 9 Free read

They are a race of warriors a noble people to whom honor is all They are cousin to the Vulcan ally to the Klingon and Starfleet's most feared and cunning adversary They are the Romulans and for e. My very favorite Star Trek tie in novel More than most this book explores strange new worlds seeks out new life and new civilizations Arrhe is a great chameleon character an adaptable foil for Ael who's defined by her refusal to change with the times The chapters on Romulan history and religion don't feel like they interrupt the narrative they feel like treats giving a Romulan perspective on Vulcans and explaining the origins of the mysticism around names among other things McCoy feels very much like the show's McCoyMnhei sahe the Romulan concept of honor is in a way the real protagonist of this and My Enemy My Ally It's one of the most memorable aspects of the books and Duane makes it feel both recognizable and alien If I have a criticism it's that I'm unconvinced that a slaveholding society would extend its concept of honor to enslaved people as the Romulans seem to do especially a slaveholding society which is you know based super heavily on the Roman Empire A story where Arrhe was excluded from the demands of and respect granted by mnhei sahe would be harsher but maybe complex and nuanced

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 288
  • The Romulan Way
  • Diane Duane
  • English
  • 27 December 2019
  • 9780743403702

About the Author: Diane Duane

Diane Duane has been a writer of science fiction fantasy TV and film for than forty yearsBesides the 1980's creation of the Young Wizards fantasy series for which she's best known the Middle Kingdoms epic fantasy series and numerous stand alone fantasy or science fiction novels her career has included extensive work in the Star Trek TM universe and many scripts for live action and an

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