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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671787861
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671787868
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.4 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 136 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,586,728 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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FOR THE FIRST time, Deanna Troi was uncomfortable on the bridge of the Negh'Var, the flagship of the Alliance Armada. Read the first page
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Star Trek "Dark Passions" book two of two is the glorious continuation of and conclusion to the first novel in this small duology that uses a majority of current Star Trek's strongest female characters from the mirror universe. Just as in the first novel, Susan Wright's extraordinary writing skills such as exceptional pacing, thoroughly intriguing plot set up and execution and strong characterizations stand out brilliantly in this novel.
As stated in my review for the first novel in this small duology, the only downside to this story has nothing to do with the author as Pocket Books chose to skim their faithful readers for an extra $6.99 by breaking this story into two novels when they could've easily cut down on the pitch for the type and published this great story in one novel.
Just as in the first novel, the cover art is an exception to the rule for when this novel was published.
The Premise:
Book two carries the story on in which Seven (Annika Hansen) who in the mirror universe is an Obsidian Order agent, is continuing to stay close to Kira Nerys in the hopes of carrying out her mission but she is also having second thoughts about her goals in life as she is for the first time in her life thinking for herself which can and will have some serious ramifications for those she's dealing with...
As stated above, this is an exceptional conclusion to a wonderful story that I highly recommend to any and all fans of Star Trek fans and especially to those that thoroughly enjoyed Star Trek Deep Space Nine's mirror universe episodes just as I did. {ssintrepid}
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By Glenn on Oct. 14 2002
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The 2nd volume was just as good as the first... its hard to make a sequel or part two just as good a s the first but they did... it is a must read.
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Contiues the problems from the first novel. Bad/predictable plotting, stretched thin and unbelievable dramatics. The persistant use of the idea (promogated in the series admittedly) of bisexual equals evil (after all, only the -bad- Kira beds down every woman (and man and eunich) she comes across.
Plot developements with Troi and B'Elanna that might have saved the book were destroyed by ill placed melodramatics.
Oh, and the cover is misleading, though Crusher and Janeway appear in the novel, they are less than afterthoughts.
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The most striking thing about the two books is how many of our favorite characters have personalities which aren't just different, but either evil or ineffectual. The story centers on Seven's battle with Kira which makes her focus on discovering her true self. With the exception of Troi, Worf, and Torres, most other characters are only touched on. Kira is evil personified. Worf is only a puppet, not a true Klingon. Troi has a complex personality, but definitely not the caring Troi we know. Seven is also complex as the central character.
Once you leave the "real" Star Trek Universe behind, the story is entertaining, but it is very dark. There is a sexual content as well, but not explicitly described. This second book is much more enjoyable than the first.
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