- Star Trek The Next Generation: Into the Nebula No. 36 by Gene DeWeese (1995, Paperback)
- Into the Nebula
- Into the Nebula
- Into the Nebula by Gene DeWeese
It's a fancy way of saying there's a great deal of discussion in this story, but there's always a great deal of discussion in a TNG episode It also puts a unique spin on alternate universe stories, and even supplies a fantastic role for Data's cat Nov 30, Skylar rated it it was ok Shelves: Into the Nebula has a bland plot, and too many errors to make up for it No mention of the Prime Directive? Ship phasers that can stun? May 16, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a really fun and fast-paced read.
Star Trek The Next Generation: Into the Nebula No. 36 by Gene DeWeese (1995, Paperback)
It read like an episode, except for the fact that Picard never hesitated to "interfere" in this world's affairs. I mean, I agree with him in this book but usually he has more Prime Directive-related qualms. The plot was good and sort of suspenseful, I felt like I didn't want to stop reading until I found out what happened next. My only complaint would be not enough character moments other than some great Geordi-Data-Spot interaction. Well, and that I This was a really fun and fast-paced read. Well, and that I had a hard time understanding the "science" explanations.
It's always easier to hear those spoken than to read them yourself. Jan 12, Craig rated it really liked it Shelves: Have to say that it wasn't the greatest book ever but the ending made me laugh so I gave it 4 stars.
Into the Nebula
Oct 07, Evelyn rated it liked it Shelves: The characterisation was off and the plot very predictable, but it was still entertaining. Jan 07, Laserratte rated it liked it.
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Jul 25, Danie rated it liked it Shelves: A lot of Star Trek novels seem to be about, or use, Data as the main character. Perhaps it's because they can write Data as growing during the story, or they like having a character that is nearly always correct even if he's not always right.
Into the Nebula
The plot of the book isn't anything special. The computer of the Enterprise gets 'confused' takes readings of an unknown phenomenon and the crew and Spot, Data's cat find a dying civilization in the middle of a Nebula like thing. Of course, there is poli A lot of Star Trek novels seem to be about, or use, Data as the main character.
Of course, there is political turmoil and the Enterprise crew is never quite trusted entirely. The plot is nothing new or different, but my favorite parts were the stuff with Data's cat Spot. The author has a very good grasp of how cat's exist, act, and it came off hilarious in the novel.
It's a quick, light, and easy read. Nothing stupendous, but I've read many other Star Trek Novels that were much, much, much, much, much worse written. A solid three star book. May 27, Dan Contrino rated it really liked it. Pretty good exploration and story about dual universes. Not a Mirror Universe book or at least not depicted as one. I like Gene DeWeese and his sometimes old fashioned sci-fi elements. There is potential for a second story or even a prequel, regarding the sleeper ship that left the planet and caught the Enterprises attention.
Good characters and regard for mythology and DeWeese's dialogue is always credible and realistic. Only real complaint is the quick and tidy resolution but otherwise a great Pretty good exploration and story about dual universes. Only real complaint is the quick and tidy resolution but otherwise a great read. Dec 11, Bro Dave Kurimsky rated it liked it. I have acquired quite a few bad paperbacks in recent months.
Stuff that looks like it will be awesome pulpy fun A decent enough story with a planet getting killed by a 'plague' in the atmosphere with some alternative realities thrown in. My problem was the writing style is was just not that interesting, it didn't grab me which is odd because intellectually the story is good. Feb 04, K rated it really liked it Shelves: Good story, good build up. My only complaint was it seemed to be a splice of various TNG episodes merged into one.
Not that it is a bad thing. For some reason, I even got a Fringe vibe from it…. I wonder if JJ read this book? Dec 14, Melvin Lance rated it really liked it.
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Get access to the best in romance: See More New Releases. Into the Nebula Book 36 of Star Trek: Upon further investigation, they discover a planet called Krantin on which the plant and animal life, as well as the civilization are dying. A series of explosions and a ship that simply disappears into thin air lead the crew to believe another group is causing the devastation of the planet.
Into the Nebula by Gene DeWeese
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