!!> Reading ➳ The Eternal Tide ➬ Author Kirsten Beyer – New-books.run

The Eternal Tide As The Voyager Fleet Continues Its Exploration Of The Delta Quadrant, Investigating The Current Status Of Sectors Formerly Controlled By The Borg Becomes A Key Priority Two Of The Fleet S Special Mission Vessels, The U.S.S Galen And U.S.S Demeter, Are Left At New Talax To Aid Neelix S People, While The Voyager, Quirinal, Esquiline, Hawking, And Curie Do A Systematic Search For Any Remnants Of The Borg Or Caeliar, Even As The Achilles Moves To A Location Central Enough To Offer Aid To The Exploring Vessels As Needed As This Critical Mission Begins, Fleet Commander Afsarah Eden, Who Has Shared What Little She Knows Of Her Mysterious Past With Captain Chakotay, Begins To Experience Several Awakenings As She Encounters Artifacts And Places That Make Her Feel Connected To Her Long Lost Home She Is Reluctant To Allow These Visions To Overshadow The Mission, And This Becomes Increasingly Difficult As Time Passes But In The Midst Of This Growing Crisis, No One In The Fleet Could Anticipate The Unexpected Return Of One Of Starfleet S Most Revered Leaders A Return That Could Hold The Very Fate Of The Galaxy In The Balance.

!!> Reading ➳ The Eternal Tide  ➬ Author Kirsten Beyer – New-books.run
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • The Eternal Tide
  • Kirsten Beyer
  • English
  • 18 October 2018
  • 145166818X

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10 thoughts on “The Eternal Tide

  1. says:

    As with the other recent additions to the Voyager series, it can be incredibly difficult at times to keep straight all of the characters that are included in the fleet sent back into the Delta Quadrant don t worry though, it will get easier as the number of characters is significantly smaller by the end of the story The Eternal Tide takes a long time to build up to the actual main storyline that becomes the focus of the book, which is a little frustrating Considering that the return of Jane As with the other recent additions to the Voyager series, it can be incredibly difficult at times to keep straight all of the characters that are included in the fleet se...

  2. says:

    I can t believe I m reading this, but apparently I m 16 again, and having Voyager squee induced insomnia Man, I haven t even had Voyager squee since 2001 Suffice to say, apparently I sill ship Janeway Chakotay, even though it broke my heart and soul when I was young and innocent And when Pocket Books saw fit to reverse their fridging of Janeway in 2009, they decided to do so with as much J C action as a plot can hold I can only assume that John Ordover loves me and wants me to be happy.Anywa I can t believe I m reading this, but apparently I m 16 again, and having Voyager squee induced insomnia Man, I haven t even had Voyager squee since 2001 Suffice to say, apparently I sill ship Janeway Chakotay, even though it broke my heart ...

  3. says:

    Since the death of Admiral Janeway in 2007 s Before Dishonor , the novels that have been a part of the Voyager relaunch have been if anything very dark at times unsettling Kirsten Beyer s latest entry into the series The Eternal Tide changes everything again for this series in a way that makes this particular book one of the best Voyager books perhaps ever The book starts with Q s son Junior Amanda Rogers trying to explain how the death of Kathryn Janeway became a fixed Since the death of Admiral Janeway in 2007 s Before Dishonor , the novels that have been a part of the Voyager relaunch have been if anything very dark at times unsettling Kirsten Beyer s latest entry into the series The Eternal Tide changes everything again for this series in a way that makes this particular book one of the best Voyager books perhaps ever The book starts with Q s son Junior Amanda Rogers trying to explain how the death of Kathryn Janeway became a fixed point in the history of the multiverse It s that obsession of Junior his inability to move forward in time that leads him to the idea of resurrecting Kathryn Janeway to save himself In the Delta...

  4. says:

    One breath, one moment, one day at a time.I ve now read 44 Star Trek Voyager novels up to this date The Eternal Tide is so far, without question, the one I love the most The funny thing is that I guess I sort of knew this would be the case from the very beginning, about two years ago, when I started reading the Voyager novels beginning with Caretaker I always had this feeling that Full Circle and The Eternal Tide would be among my favorites and I wasn t disappointed in the least Because I One breath, one moment, one day at a time.I ve now read 44 Star Trek Voyager novels up to this date The Eternal Tide is so far, without question, the one I love the most The funny thing is that I gu...

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    Star Trek Voyager The Eternal Tide by Kirsten Beyer is the latest Star Trek Voyager novel I don t think I m giving anything away to say that this novel deals with the return of Kathryn Janeway to the Star Trek universe her picture is on the cover after all Janeway was killed off quite some time ago, and it does feel like the last few novels have been building up to this return.I ve been mildly enjoying the Voyager relaunch series As I mentioned in my review of Children of the Storm by ef Star Trek Voyager The Eternal Tide by Kirsten Beyer is the latest Star Trek Voyager novel I don t think I m giving anything away to say that this novel deals with the return of Kathryn Janeway to the Star Trek universe her picture is on the cover after all Janeway was killed off quite some time ago, and it does feel like the last few novels have been building up to this return.I ve been mildly enjoying the Voyager relaunch series As I mentioned in my review of Children of the Storm by effectively cutting Starfleet down to nine ships sent off into the Delta quadrant, Beyer has created some containment to a story universe that seemed to be expanding out of control.Janeway is returned in really the only way possible, by the intervention of the Q Continuum She was pretty definitively dead, so Beyer had to go even further than the dev...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After the atrocious mess that was the recent Titan book, this was like a light summer breeze in a beautiful mountain meadow This is one of the best Trek books that I have read Breyer has been planting the seeds of this in her previous books and then uses the vast Trek lore to craft a magnificent story Everything works and clicks in this book Having Janeway back is amazing Beyer writes the return with such tact and grace I cannot over compliment her enough This is story weaving at its best After the atrocious mess that was the recent Titan book, this was like a light summer breeze in a beautiful mountain meadow This is one of the best Trek books that I have read B...

  7. says:

    Excellent Voyager novel Kept me fully engaged through out

  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I wanted to love this book I wanted sooo badly to love this book, because Kathryn Janeway is quite possibly one of my favorite characters of all time I was devastated when she was killed in Before Dishonor, and I couldn t bring myself to read any Star Trek books afterwards When I found out they were bringing her back, I immediately bought the books I d missed because I wa...

  9. says:

    Janeway is back and it happens in a plausible way I won t go into detail but will only say that Q is involved The how and the why you have to find out for yourself Oh yes, Q is back but not in his normal mischief making jocular way We see him and his family in a completely different light.The Full Circle Fleet is still exploring the Delta Quadrant Their mission is to confirm that the Caeliar and the Borg as per the Destiny Novels are truly gone Fleet Admiral Eden has a private mission S Janeway is back and it happens in a plausible way I won t go into detail but will only say that Q is involved The how and the why you have to find out for yourself Oh yes, Q is back but not in his normal mischief making jocular way We see him and his family in a completely different light.The Full Circle Fleet is still exploring the Delta Quadrant Their mission is to confirm that the Caeliar and the Borg as per the Destiny Novels are truly gone Fleet Admiral Eden has a private mission She wishes to discover the secrets of her own origins The original characters have grown from their TV counterparts in a most realistic way Harry Kim, Chief of Security, is no longer the whipping boy, Tom is a fine first officer and B elanna is the Chief Engineer of the Fleet They have resolved their personal past issues and have become responsible parents to little Miral Chakotay has become Ca...

  10. says:

    My general opinion on this book is Eh I appreciate how well thought out this novel was clearly the plot wasn t just a throw away foil to pop Janeway in, there was a PURPOSE to it but this whole novel just fell apart where the characters were concerned.Someone mentioned in another review how most of the book is devoted to proving how heterosexual everyone was I saw no need to push Seven into a relationship with Cambridge, or Conlon with Harry especially with such little time to develop the My general opinion on this book is Eh I appreciate how well thought out this novel was clearly the plot wasn t just a throw away foil to pop Janeway in, there was a PURPOSE to it but this whole novel just fell apart where the characters were concerned.Someone mentioned in another review how most of the book is devoted to proving how heterosexual everyone was I saw no need to push Seven into a relationship with Cambridge, or Conlon with Harry especially with such little time to develop these relationships Hell, there was barely enough time to develop these CHARACTER...

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