Star Trek: Voyager: String Theory #3: Evolution: Evolution Paperback – May 3, 2014
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By night Heather flies to distant lands on black ops missions for the government, where she frequently breaks open industrial-strength cans of whupass on evildoers.
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The story itself had a couple of areas that were far to drawn out with description. It was as if the author had a word count to make. Too many side trips and not enough getting to the point.
I'm the end, though, the story line was concluded in a good way.
The books in this trilogy are also full of typos. This one is the worst though. Anytime there is anything in Italics, the words are run together. It totally brings me out of the story. Doesn’t this publisher employ any editors? Doesn’t Amazon? I’m reporting them via the Kindle but I won’t hold my breath.
There were too many plot lines running back and forth. The dialogue was busy and tedious, as if the author was trying too hard to portray the already well-established characters. The formatting of the book was also sloppy with two many words running into each other.
Since the time-line is situated between the 4th and 5th seasons of the television series, just be content with the first two books, and know that everyone lived happily ever after into seasons 6 and 7.
Top international reviews
This novel offers a conclusion to the story and wraps it all up beautifully. I didn't feel like I was left with any questions, but rather the opposite since Jarman even introduces the reader for things to come in season five of Voyager (since this story takes place between season four and five). Although there might be one smaller part of the ending that I haven't really decided on yet what to feel about, but mostly I think the story got a good ending that I really like. And I also feel the need to mention that I liked having Kes being a part of the story. :)
Währenddessen muss sich Chakotay auf der VOYAGER mit der Situation anfreunden, dass er das Kommando über ein Schiff hat, dessen Führungsriege sehr stark ausgedünnt ist.
All diese sehr weit verbreiteten Problemfelder laufen in einem Bereich zusammen, der die Grundfeste des Seins darstellt. Hier muss sich entscheiden, wo alle Handlungsfäden zusammen laufen und ob sie ein vernünftiges Ganzes ergeben.
Dies gelingt am Ende der Reihe nicht so ganz. Es wird alles aufgelöst, aber vor der Größe und Komplexität des grundlegenden Problems wirkt die Lösung simplizistisch. Aber zumindest der Weg dahin ist voller Spannung, Humor und Nachdenklichkeit.
We have to keep in mind creative visualisation is diluting the theme
And best of all: Harry Kim get's a really hot girl friend.