Then again with the next TNG novel being Losing the Peach perhaps that peace will be short lived.
All this death and destruction, and Leisner's going to write a follow-up book about fruit
The last thing I have to say is that page 128 made me cry. I think that is the author's greatest strength--the ability to capture the raw emotion that the characters are feeling and translate it into something meaningful. You really do care about these characters--even if they only appear for a page. And he writes them in such a way that you connect with them and feel the emotion right along with them.
100% agree. That scene was the closest a Trek
novel ever had me to misting up. Like I wrote earlier, I had to re-read it a few times because it was so raw, powerful... especially Eliethe's (sic?) admission right before the end. Wow. Loved it
, as a whole, is just an amazing piece of work. I'll just go ahead and call this the Lord of the Rings