Children of the Storm

Children of the Storm YOU WERE TOLD NOT TO RETURN TO OUR SPACE Little is known about the Children of the Storm one of the most unique and potentially dangerous species the Federation has ever encountered Non corporeal and

  • Title: Children of the Storm
  • Author: Kirsten Beyer
  • ISBN: 9781451607185
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • YOU WERE TOLD NOT TO RETURN TO OUR SPACE Little is known about the Children of the Storm one of the most unique and potentially dangerous species the Federation has ever encountered Non corporeal and traveling through space in vessels apparently propelled by thought alone, the Children of the Storm at one time managed to destroy thousands of Borg ships without firing YOU WERE TOLD NOT TO RETURN TO OUR SPACE Little is known about the Children of the Storm one of the most unique and potentially dangerous species the Federation has ever encountered Non corporeal and traveling through space in vessels apparently propelled by thought alone, the Children of the Storm at one time managed to destroy thousands of Borg ships without firing a single conventional weapon Now in its current mission to the Delta Quadrant, Captain Chakotay and Fleet Commander Afsarah Eden must unravel why three Federation starships the U.S.S Quirinal, Planck, and Demeter have suddenly been targeted without provocation and with extreme prejudice by the powerful Children of the Storm with thousands of Starfleet lives at stake from an enemy that the Federation can only begin to comprehend

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    1. As I continue to enjoy these utterly amazing relaunch novels by Kirsten Beyer I feel privileged to do so. To me, Star Trek: Voyager means a lot, and to get a continuation of the story is so appreciated.The main story in this particular book is an interesting one where we get to experience the species calling themselves Children of the Storm. This species is like nothing I've even heard about previous to reading this book which in itself makes for an interesting read in getting to know a new spec [...]


    2. As much as I loved Voyager.As much as I love to read.Without Captain Janeway, the entire 'feel' of the book is just off. The story was all right. The events and plot within the book itself were all right.But without Kathryn Janeway present, it simply did not feel right. A vital part of what made Voyager so attractive to me, a strong female Captain who was not perfect but who was willing to accept the repercussions of her choices and who stood up strong and tall to defend her ship and her crewTHA [...]


    3. While an intriguing story, it's probably the weakest of Kirsten Beyer's additions to the Star Trek world. There's simply too many new characters being thrown at you from every direction. Who's on what ship and plotting with whom gets downright confusing. It seems like it's not really a Voyager story, so much as a generic Star Trek story that includes the Voyager crew. Not bad on its own, but if you're looking for adventures of your favorite characters, it's lacking here.


    4. The story is very thoughtful and engaging, and the characters are well fleshed-out and "real." The plot is fast-paced and easy to follow, and the story is true to the Star Trek ethos in a way many other stories aren't able to accomplish.Full review: treklit/2011/07/c


    5. Star Trek: Children of the Storm by Kirsten Beyer is the latest in the series of Star Trek Voyager books that traces the adventures of the crew of the Voyager after they return to Earth.Star Trek novels are a bit of a guilty pleasure of mine - I really enjoyed the various TV series when they were on (although watching repeats on Foxtel sometimes reminds me to never revisit the things I remember loving!). Still, I've been particularly enjoying the continuation of the Voyager, Deep Space Nine (my [...]


    6. Sequel to Beyer's Unworthy, which I found delightfully clever structurally - which left me unprepared for the impact of this book. It's a shame this was a tie-in novel, as it'll go under-appreciated. Both an excellent piece of real science fiction with *alien* aliens, a rarity these days, and a work of the only term is grace.This is a series of nested musings on understanding the Other, both those labeled "alien," and nearest colleagues alike, in a spirit of acceptance and integrity that is simp [...]


    7. The best Star Trek book I have read in a while, or, rather, the Star Trek book I have enjoyed the most in a while. I think people disappointed with the last two entries in the Typhon pact series (and especially the tone and the outcome of the TNG's story) will love this, because it's Starfleet doing what we expect Starfleet to do best: (mostly) keeping their heads and their wits when things go horribly wrong and managing to find a positive outcome without resorting to violence, but through knowl [...]


    8. Kirsten Beyer's third novel in the Voyager relaunch series is the weakest so far, but overall a solid and worthwhile read. The story has a great sci-fi premise and Beyer knows the characters from Voyager well. My main complaint is that Beyer adds a lot of new characters. In fact, most of the story doesn't even take place on Voyager but on other ships in the fleet. These new characters are admittedly pretty interesting and distinct from the characters we've already come to know. But in the end, m [...]


    9. This is my first Voyager book (all my other books are Enterprise / TOS books), and I really liked it. Voyager was the first trek series that I had seen 9back in my school days), and this book has brought back memories but I might need to watch the series again(and read a few more books)to understand some of the nitty gritty details. Anyways, the dramatization and the fast story line keep you hooked and is definitely something that fans of the Voyager series would love. Would be picking up more V [...]


    10. This story was somewhat disappointing. I guess I just can't get past the idea of VOYAGER without Kathryn Janeway. Glad I didn't pay anything for this book. A friend was going to toss it and I picked it up to read first. It's going to goodwill tomorrow though doubt anyone will pay for it In fact, I'd bet money a good number of the glowing reviews here are paid for by the author and publisher trying to make it seem better than it was.


    11. I found the amount of characters and ships to keep track of very confusing. Also, reading the story as it goes backwards in time was kind of annoying. See read B, sort of get the context, then go back to A to fill in what started the chain of events.



    12. This book has its good and bad points.With regards to the book's good points, I like the way the author is keeping the original Voyager characters familiar to us, while also letting them evolve. [Spoilers to follow.] I like the way they show B'Elanna being a engineer and a mom, sometimes bringing Miral to work with her. I like how Chakotay now has to deal with not being the cautious one as captain. And I like how they brought Neelix back into the fold.I also like what they've done with some of t [...]


    13. I found the characterizations a bit sentimental in this novel. The TV series had some moments like that as well so it's not necessarily uncharacteristic it's just not my favourite thing. This novel also spends more time with the new non-Voyager characters. I have to admit it was sometimes a challenge to remember who belonged to what ship and what their role was. Beyer has introduced a huge new cast of characters. There was a helpful appendix that might have been more helpful if it had been at th [...]


    14. Another excellent addition to Kirsten Beyer's Voyager sagaAlthough I only read the Voyager stories from time to time, when I do the series written by Beyer is the one I come back to most often. The characters are familiar and new ones are quote interesting. This story involves the discovery of an entirely new and different form of life and how the Starfleet crews respond and handle this discovery is really classic Trek.


    15. An enjoyable read. The Voyager series was my favourite. More mature I feel than the original series; although for its day the original series with Kirk had some ground breaking moments.



    16. The aliens in this one were pretty cool! Still isn't right to have a voyager book without Janeway, but I enjoyed it a lot more than I was expecting.


    17. In Unworthy, Kirsten Beyer launched the USS Voyager into the Delta Quadrant anew, this time at the head of a fleet of ships. Their mission: to make sure that the Borg are truly gone, and to smooth over any rough patches Voyager left during its original trip through the quadrant. Thus far, the mission hasn't gone as planned: betrayed by its leading admiral, the fleet stumbled into its initial first contact scenario with disastrous results. Afsarah Eden, formerly commanding Voyager, has now taken [...]


    18. Originally reviewed for TwoNerdsTalking at wp/p4Wvzn-15aChildren of The Storm continues the adventures of the Federation "Project Full Circle" fleet and their efforts to explore the Delta Quadrant having returned to the area after refining the Quantum Slipstream technology discovered by the crew of the USS Voyager in this very region of space.In a move that left me scratching my head, Starfleet has order part of the fleet to investigate the area of space inhabited by the so-called Children Of Th [...]


    19. Children of the Storm follows Unworthy in the Star Trek Voyager relaunch novels. This book continues the narrative introduced already in that Project Full Circle, the fleet sent into the Delta Quadrant to discover what happened to the Borg and reestablish normal relations with prior contacts, is sending out several vessels to ascertain the status of a species called Children of the Storm. For those who have no recollection of this species, they were introduced briefly during the Star Trek Destin [...]


    20. I eagerly waited the next installment of the nine ship fleet Voyager led into the Delta Quadrant, and I was not disappointed. I loved the brief look we got at the Children Of The Storm in the Destiny trilogy, and I enjoyed learning more about them.I also enjoyed seeing the revamped fleet roster coming together, ship by ship. Captain Eden is now fleet commander, and after returning Chakotay to command of Voyager, she gave B'Elanna Torres the role of fleet chief engineer. More interesting though, [...]


    21. While I like the first two books in this series better than Children of the Storm (probably because there were more Voyager characters and more Janeway), I enjoyed this book overall. The story line with the Children of the Storm is fast moving. I like how different the Children are from most species the Federation has encounted. The characters are well-written, especially Captain Eden. The sexual tension between Seven and Cambridge is great, and Seven calling him an ass is completely priceless. [...]


    22. The previous novel (Star Trek: Voyager: Unworthy) mainly focused on Voyager and the ships assigned to them. This book tells the story of three other ships dispatched by former Admiral Batiste to contact a species who didn't want to be contacted again - the Children of the Storm. The officers know that they could set off a huge disaster, but orders are orders, and they don't know the truth about Batiste.I really like how Beyer has made the fleet a main part of the storyline (as opposed to Voyager [...]


    23. Voyager is back in the Delta Quadrant which is where she should be. If she were having her adventures back 'home' she would just be another version of the Enterprise. She travels by slipstream technology and is at the head of a fleet of nine ships on a mission called "Full Circle. They are looking for signs of the Borg and to reinitiate contact with the locals.Children of the Storm is more of a companion than a sequel to the previously published Unworthy. Some of the events in this book run para [...]


    24. I enjoyed the heck out of this one. Don't let "no Janeway" stop you-- it is a wonderfully plotted and well executed good ol' Star Trek novel. The alien of the week was genuinely intriguing, and their motivation was rational and refreshing in the wake of the recent "species determined to wage the war to end all wars" theme media seems to have taken on recently.(SPOILER) with the destruction of one of the fleet ships, Beyer starts to reel in what was becoming an intangible mess of plots and charac [...]


    25. Dieser 2. Band des STVOY-Doppelbandes von Kirsten Beyer ist etwas schwächer als sein Vorgänger, die Flotte um die VOYAGER, bei der alle wichtigen Kommandoentscheidungen (Aufdeckung der wahren Identität des Admirals, Besetzung des Captain-Postens durch Chakotay, Gesundung von Seven of Nine und Rückkehr von B'Elanna Torres und Ihrer Tochter in die Crew) im Vorgängerband geschildert wurden. In diesem Band erlebt die Flotte um die Voyager im Delta-Quadranten ihren ersten Erfolg, als sie mit der [...]


    26. It was a great continuation of the post season 7 Star Trek Voyager books. It continues with a pressing need for Star Fleet to make sure that its most lethal enemy in the history of the federation-the Borg. Continuing with the betrayal/revealing of Admiral Batiste's true identity, Captain Afsarah Eden also discovers some very disturbing evidence about her own past in the Delta Quadrant, a place she has never ventured before this mission, while 3 of the 9 ships in her fleet that she is now command [...]


    27. This remains one of the most personally meaningful books that I have ever read. What do you do - what does Starfleet do - when it's confronted with enemy that won't stop, that can't be defeated, that is in obvious and devastating pain? An enemy that will kill everyone, that has destroyed ships, that maybe shouldn't be forgiven? You help them. You heal them. This book had me crying like an idiot on a plane in between two black women who probably thought I was crazy. Because this is me - this is w [...]


    28. This book is another winner from Kirsten Beyer. She has an amazing talent at not only writing the Voyager characters that we know and love, but also, her original characters are equally as interesting. This book felt very much like Star Trek to its core-- it has an alien species that is unlike any other, and the fleet of ships has to figure out how to communicate and understand them. The novel does a really good job with switching back and forth between the different ships, although there were d [...]


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