TNG: Indistinguishable From Magic by McIntee Review Thread (Spoilers)

Discussion in 'Trek Literature' started by Thrawn, Mar 22, 2011.


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  1. Paul Weaver

    Paul Weaver Commodore Premium Member

    Apr 12, 1999
    Cheshire, UK
    Re: TNG: Indistinguishable From Magic by McIntee Review Thread (Spoile

    "The training for all medical staff, doctors and nurses, has been standardized since the Dominion War, to make it easier to put someone in the right gap, wherever."
  2. 20fridge

    20fridge Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

    Jan 12, 2015
    Re: TNG: Indistinguishable From Magic by McIntee Review Thread (Spoile

    I recently read this one and was not sure what to expect. I'd seen mixed reviews and had skipped this one when I first worked through the books from the whole Typhon Pact stage of the relaunches. I'm pleased to say that I enjoyed it. My biggest complaint is that it ends with the TNG status quo pretty much restored. I'd love to read more books set on the Challenger with Captain Geordi. All in all, a great TNG novel.
  3. stardream

    stardream Commodore Commodore

    Jul 13, 2015
    in the Time Wave
    I just finished this book and while I won't say it's a 'lighter' story it's a good way to take a break from all the Typhon Pact machinations. Geordie centric along with everyone he's ever met. ;) I think it might have been better if they had gone with the original two book format but that's just a personal nitpick.
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2016
  4. Hugh Cambridge

    Hugh Cambridge Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Feb 4, 2011
    Arras - France
    It was intended as a two-parter ?
    I didn't know this
  5. Mizrach

    Mizrach Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Feb 1, 2017
    This is the first book by Mr. McIntee for me and I'm glad to report that is top notch and different from the others. Is more close to Beyer characters-driven stories than the standard plot-driven. Not at Voyager's books level, but a great read nonetheless.
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