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Warped (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) (edition 1996)

by K.W. Jeter

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Title:Warped (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
Authors:K.W. Jeter
Info:Star Trek (1996), Edition: 1St Edition, Mass Market Paperback, 345 pages
Collections:Your library, Read 2012, Sci-Fi, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
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Finally, a Star Trek DS9 novel in which Jadzia Dax has a big role, and yet unfortunately it doesn't live up to its fellow Star Trek novels. Star Trek Novels are interesting things. Most of them are three star books, they have solid if unsurprising plots and the writing flows and is good enough that it doesn't get in the way of the story. Here and there, there will be an amazingly written Star Trek novel like Imzadi or Q-Squared, and then there are really bad ones too. This novel leaned towards the latter group.

It was about holodecks and holodeck technology that gets into the user's head instead of he or she just seeing, hearing, etc. the holoprojections. THere's also the Bajoran provisional government coming under attack by a bunch of extremist Bajorans who want to be in power.

The main problem is that there is so much science in it, but its done in a way that made nearly no sense to me, and I'm usually pretty good at puzzling out the Star Trek tech, but in this novel it just seemed to turn into a jumbled mess. I also really didn't like how the author wrote the Jadzia (the host)/Dax (the symbionte) interactions. It came off as having her seem a bit more schizo than she's ever ever been in the show. ( )
  DanieXJ | Mar 19, 2014 |
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As the first Deep Space Nine hardcover opens, political tensions on Bajor are on the rise and a series of murders on the station have shaken everyone aboard. Chief Odo traces the murders to a bizarre and dangerous new form of holosuite technology that turns its users into killers. To unravel the mystery, Commander Sisko must enter a world where danger lurks in every corner and death can come at any moment.

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