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Star Trek: The Original Series: Rihannsu: The Empty Chair Kindle Edition
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The only real problem I had with this book was the editing. Duane established that the prefix on the last name indicates gender, but Surgeon t'Hrienteh, established as a woman long ago and continually referred to as "she" in this book, is now called tr'Hrienteh. A little frustrating, but maybe only to me. Also, throughout the book, Kirk is sort of the ultimate strategist, and while we know he's kind of a combination of Jack Bauer and Jack Malone throughout the entire arc of Kirk as a character, this stretched my suspension of disbelief almost too far.
Otherwise, good stuff. Duane tied in a few things from TNG that made sense, and there was a lot of libertarian-style stuff in this book, which I also enjoyed.
If anything, I wanted to know more about the other Rihannsu on Bloodwing... Aidoann, tr'Keirianh, Khiy... Also, Chekov kind of got short shrift in this book for some reason.
Like I said, despite all that, this book was a fitting end to the series and I enjoyed it.
Without saying too much, this story gives the reader more insight into Romulan society as well as some epic space battles and enough new tech to keep any hard-core Trek fans happy.
A good read.
I couldn't remember much about either SWORDHUNT or HONOR BLADE, but that didn't seem to get in the way of enjoying the final volume. The main characters and plot threads were all introduced in the first two volumes, which I've frequently re-read, and anything I'd forgotten about the later books was easily caught up by the ongoing plot and character revelations in THE EMPTY CHAIR.
I highly recommend this novel for any fan of Diane Duane's original series Trek novels.
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I picked this book up not acknowledging that it's not the first of the series.Read more
I never liked the name "Romulus or Remus" not alien at all!