The idic epidemic lorrah jean. The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah 2019-03-11

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The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah (ebook)

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

The biggest downside of this book is that the Star Trek regulars Kirk, McCoy, Spock, etc , are firmly pushed to the side. I love these stories about the original series characters and I always look forward to reading the next one. It would be nice to see people working for a common purpose instead of trying to destroy everything. Now, on the Vulcan Science Colony Nisus, that credo of tolerance is being being put to its sternest test. If we were able to spin Nisus off into it's own book or trilogy or full series outright that would be terrific, but I've never encountered them els A rather interesting novel and the sequel to The Vulcan Academy Murders. Jean Lorrah is a science fiction and fantasy author.

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The IDIC Epidemic

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. The disease is particularly troubling because it mutates into newer and more deadly strains in the bodies of mixed-species people, which seems to question the viability of the basic principle of the Federation: strength in diversity. Still, this was an interesting novel. The T'Vet followers are being taken to a colony where they can practice their beliefs without harming any other Vulcans. The T'Vet followers are being taken to a colony where they can practice their beliefs without harming any other Vulcans.

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The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

Worse still by far, there are aspects of the plague that threaten to cause interstellar war if a cure is not found, and soon. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. I read this book against my own wishes and afterward I felt like I was raped. About this Item: Pocket Books. If there is anything that can go wrong once the Enterprise is in orbit around Nisus it does. More than just a simple credo, for those of the planet Vulcan it is the cornerstone of their philosophy.

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Book Review: The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

Also a lot of tell-don't-show. . May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Aplague whose origins are somehow rooted in the concept of I. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Now, on the Vulcan Science Colony Nisus, that credo of tolerance is being being put to its sternest test.

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The IDIC Epidemic

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

It's basically an intergalactic take on racism, the segregation or cooperation of species and the pros and cons of cross-breeding. There was some nice scenes in this story and I liked all the characters but the novel is a little light weight, you don't really get a sense of dread and perhaps the story needed to be written a lot more ominous and darker to really make the most of the plot. I enjoyed this book because Lorrah is not afraid to explore the elements of the Trek universe that are outside of the confines of the Enterprise or humans. Aplague whose origins are somehow rooted in the concept of I. There is so much going on and the cooperation of the people on the planet and those on the Enterprise is very refreshing, especially with all that is going on in the world today. Until Enterprise, it was the only real explanation we had.

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The IDIC Epidemic by Jean Lorrah

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

However Korsal Nisus is a science colony grown well beyond its academic roots being a home to a viable multi species community from within the Federation sphere and some from beyond. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. More than just a simple credo, for those of the planet Vulcan it is the cornerstone of their philosophy. Offer, Ensign LaPierre make things more interesting.

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Lorrah, Jean

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

I love these stories about the original series characters and I always look forward to reading the next one. It was part of his plan to use star trek to sell merchandise some people could say that he was a visionary with the merchandise but I think he was just sucking at the tits of his fans who made the show last three seasons and hit syndication. A plague whose origins are somehow rooted in the concept of I. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. A plague that threatens to tear down that centuries-old maxim and replace it with an even older concept. First of all, it delves into some of the mythology about Vulcans, but also about Romulans and Klingons. All images copyright Pocket Books.

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The IDIC Epidemic Star Trek Book 38, Jean Lorrah. (Paperback 0671635743) Used Book available for Swap

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

Personally, I enjoyed meeting the new characters and especially found myself really loving the Klingon character, Korsal Katasai who Lorrah has developed well and presented him and his family in such a way that I found myself quickly caring about what happened to him. It is a story of hope and cooperation and acceptance. C -- Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combination. About this Item: Pocket Books. If we were able to spin Nisus off into it's own book or trilogy or full series outright that would be terrific, but I've never encountered them elsewhere and Jean Lorrah's other Star Trek books take place during The Next Generation era. There was some nice scenes in this story and I liked all the characters but the novel is a little light weight, you don't really get a sense of dread and perhaps the story needed to be written a lot more ominous and darker to really make the most of the plot. If you are looking for an action driven book, then this one's not for you.

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The IDIC Epidemic

the idic epidemic lorrah jean

Though the unexpected twist was interesting. Oh well, this was good enough bedside reading and, unsurprisingly, still warp factors ahead of the much-despised by me Klingon Gambit. Now, on the Vulcan Science Colony Nisus, that credo of tolerance is being put to the sternest test. I have already had a few Trek books reviewed. Now, on the Vulcan Science Colony Nisus, that credo of tolerance is being being put to its sternest test.

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