Orphans #2020

Orphans Kevin Killiany Orphans A colony ship careens out of control through space on the border between the Federation and the Klingon Empire A joint rescue mission made up of both Klingon and Starfleet engineers is sent to investi

  • Title: Orphans
  • Author: Kevin Killiany
  • ISBN: 9780743480857
  • Page: 173
  • Format: ebook
  • Orphans Kevin Killiany A colony ship careens out of control through space on the border between the Federation and the Klingon Empire A joint rescue mission made up of both Klingon and Starfleet engineers is sent to investigate But the S.C.E team from the U.S.S da Vinci and their Klingon counterparts soon find themselves with a difficult problem than they realized The colony isn t justA colony ship careens out of control through space on the border between the Federation and the Klingon Empire A joint rescue mission made up of both Klingon and Starfleet engineers is sent to investigate But the S.C.E team from the U.S.S da Vinci and their Klingon counterparts soon find themselves with a difficult problem than they realized The colony isn t just out of control it s dying The inhabitants of the colony ship are a pre industrial society that has no inkling of their deadly fate Can Federation and Klingon engineers work together to save the colony ship from total destruction
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      Published :2019-03-27T19:57:06+00:00

    One thought on “Orphans”

    1. good book, but seemed to bounce around a lot had trouble following the continuity at times it was like there were huge sections of the story left edit, like a VERY poor editor just went through it with a Bat leth.

    2. it is always amusing to watch a Star Trek crew placed in a situation where they can t use yheir tech gadgets to help them solve their mission or get out of whatever jam or catastrophy they have managed to stumble into.

    3. A good read with a bit of a slow start I would have liked this to be a longer story, there were so many ideas that didn t get fully fleshed out Still, an interesting idea, well presented.

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