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  • Title: Cybersong
  • Author: S.N. Lewitt
  • ISBN: 9780671567835
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback

  • A mysterious signal lures the Voyager to an uncharted sector of the Delta Quadrant, where the crews find a ghost ship floating in space Hoping the mysterious ship might hold a clue that could help her vessel return home, Janeway launches an investigation, and soon a strange presence casts a kind of spell over the crew If Janeway can t pierce the ship s mystery, the VoyagA mysterious signal lures the Voyager to an uncharted sector of the Delta Quadrant, where the crews find a ghost ship floating in space Hoping the mysterious ship might hold a clue that could help her vessel return home, Janeway launches an investigation, and soon a strange presence casts a kind of spell over the crew If Janeway can t pierce the ship s mystery, the Voyager may wind up drifting in space, another ships of ghostly inhabitants.
    S.N. Lewitt
    Alternate Known Names Shariann LewittShariann N LewittS.N LewittGordon Kendall pseudonym also for Susan Shwartz


    Commentaires:

    Chris
    I really enjoyed this book. It took me a while to get into it, not much in the way of tension or action. But it asks some of the old questions Star Trek has asked since TNG, but it does it in an interesting way. I also really like Mandel, and I want her to be utilized in some future edition of Voyager. I would love to see her show up with the AI using an image of the doctor (probably tweaked to Daphne's liking) and helping out ships in the Delta Quadrant instead of killing them. Maybe just a one [...]

    Andy Simmons
    One of the joys of reading a Star Trek Voyager book, so long after the series is finished, is that it feels like finding a long lost episode. This book is no different. The characters are well presented and the story pretty good and well written.

    Darcey
    I wouldn't recommend this for fans of Star Trek: Voyager. The characters are awkwardly presented, dialogue feels off and often uncharacteristic, and the plot feels obvious and predictable. It's best feature is the wonderful descriptions of the environments they explore, and it's creative design.

    Daniel Devereux
    I feel like the author didn't find her voice until about half way into the book, after that it became quite enjoyable. The story isn't anywhere near as sinister as the synopsis tries to portray and the ending was a little too sweet.

    Sharon
    Another story from the early days of Voyager's Journey. Kes is still on board. Voyager has become trapped in a ship graveyard. The computer is acting up, energy levels are down and the food stores are running low. They need to get out now. Projections of angelic like beings show up on the view screen asking for help but it is all a ruse. Some kind of entity is communicating with Kes and Chakotay. The entity affects everyone. This writer does a good job of building the suspense and the mystery. E [...]

    Jacque Hodges (Carter)
    Star Trek Voyager-a good way to start the year. I enjoyed this more than some of the others in this series even though there was some woo. The AI that was luring everybody in reminded me of petulant Q and also of TOS and v'ger. It ended abruptly, just like a TV episode, and just like this review.

    Angela
    Voyager gets caught in a storm, and the computer goes strange, telling them the wrong things. What is dragging them to a debris field, and can they escape before they run out of food.This would have been a good episode, there's lots of technobabble and mysteries to solve. Though saying that the outcome was slightly predictable. A good read.

    Gail Gawlik
    This was a nearly perfect book! The characterizations were really good. The action was non-stop. It was about as close to watching an episode as you are going to get from a book! I recommend it. :)

    K
    Slightly above average Voyager book. Overall enjoyable story, one thing that bothered me was the intense build up of the plot (which was basically a majority of the book) and the story being wrapped up in one paragraph. 3.5/5

    Dustin
    A fun, though unoriginal plot and setting. Characters are pretty much right on. The ending was insanely rushed and I thought maybe I was missing a few pages.

    Michelle Stevens
    excellant, could hardly put it down

    Bill
    A low-intensity story where Voyager is toyed with by something big and powerful and not Q at all. Honest.Which is a shame Q would have been more fun.

    André
    I think this was an extremely boring story. But I can't remember any of it perhaps because it was so boring?

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