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One of Diane Carey's better efforts, if far from her best.
on December 27, 2009
This is a reasonably good telling of the final episode of the Voyager series, which was, in its own right, an excellent and fascinating (if flawed) story. It doesn't suffer from more than one or two instances of Diane Carey trying to get over-cute with the language, as she sometimes does, but there ARE a fairly large number of sloppy typos that I might be inclined to blame on the copyediting rather than on her writing, were it not for the fact that this, too, is a problem that shows up far more frequently in her books than in the general run of Star Trek books edited by the same people. (Things like "boing" instead of "going", "know" instead of "known", "vaulted" experiences rather than "vaunted", "where" instead of "there", "going" instead of "go", "borg cub" instead of "borg cube", "apurtures" instead of "apertures".)I continue to not understand why Diane Carey is given the assignment so frequently when there is an episode to be novelized, as she is far from the best of the Star Trek authors, but at least she did a better job on this one than she has on many others.