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Peter Morwood

Author of The Romulan Way

30+ Works 3,052 Members 38 Reviews 2 Favorited

About the Author

Includes the names: Morwood Peter, Peter Moorwood

Series

Works by Peter Morwood

The Romulan Way (1987) — Author — 829 copies
Rules of Engagement (1990) 479 copies
The Horse Lord (1983) 233 copies
The Demon Lord (1984) 203 copies
The Dragon Lord (1986) 177 copies
Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages (2006) — Author — 165 copies
seaQuest DSV: The Novel (1993) 153 copies
The Warlord's Domain (1989) 118 copies
Prince Ivan (1990) 87 copies
Mindblast (1991) 71 copies
Keeper of the City (1989) 70 copies
Firebird (1992) 67 copies
Greylady (1993) 65 copies
Kill Station (1992) 64 copies
High Moon (1992) 61 copies

Associated Works

Serve It Forth: Cooking with Anne McCaffrey (1996) — Contributor — 142 copies
Sworn Allies (1990) — Contributor — 135 copies
Breakthrough (1989) — Contributor — 133 copies
Battlestations (2011) — Contributor — 128 copies
Total War (1990) — Author — 105 copies
Crisis (1991) — Contributor — 91 copies
Enchantment Place (2008) — Contributor — 81 copies
The War Years (1990) — Contributor, some editions — 62 copies
The Magic Toy Box (2006) — Author — 28 copies

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Common Knowledge

Legal name
Smyth, Robert Peter
Birthdate
1956-10-20
Gender
male
Nationality
UK
Birthplace
Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Places of residence
Lisburn, Northern Ireland, UK
Los Angeles, California, USA
County Wicklow, Ireland
Education
Queen's University Belfast
Friends' School, Lisburn, Northern Ireland, UK
Occupations
fantasy writer
screenwriter
Relationships
Duane, Diane (wife)
Awards and honors
Guest of Honour, Eastercon, UK (1994)
Polish Silver Star of Merit
Short biography
Born 1956, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland; educ. Friends' School, Lisburn (1969-1975), Queen's University, Belfast (1975-1979), Cadet Queens University Air Squadron (R.A.F.V.R.) grad. B.A. (Hons.) 1975; Officer H.M. Customs & Excise (1980-86); first novel 1983; resigned 1986, relocated to Los Angeles; m. Diane Duane 1987. Awards/decorations: Srebrny Krzyz Zaslugi Polska (Polish Silver Cross of Merit). Clubs: Sloane. Recreations: Travel, photography, military history.

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Reviews

A decent novelization of the pilot episode of seaQuest DSV. There's a few important scenes missing, notably when Bridger arrives at the seaQuest and meets the crew the first time. It almost felt like a few pages were missing, but that's just the way it was written. A bit disappointing for that, but otherwise it was pretty faithful. Good book, good TV show.
 
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thanbini | 4 other reviews | Nov 15, 2023 |
Historical Fantasy.

The protagonists (who in this setting previously were the heroes of the Firebird and Koschei tales) are now married with kids and rulers, as the Mongol horde comes to Russia.
½
 
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Jarandel | 1 other review | Sep 7, 2023 |
Although its depictions of Klingons are now pretty thoroughly Jossed, this was an enjoyable read that involved a Klingon captain trying to taunt or trick Kirk into breaking the Organian Peace Treaty. That description makes it sound somewhat static, but I was surprised at how engrossing it was.
 
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everystartrek | 2 other reviews | Jan 22, 2023 |

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Statistics

Works
30
Also by
9
Members
3,052
Popularity
#8,366
Rating
½ 3.7
Reviews
38
ISBNs
65
Languages
4
Favorited
2

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