Götter der Nacht

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  • Title: Götter der Nacht
  • Author: David Mack Andreas Mergenthaler Hardy Hellstern Martin Frei Stephanie Pannen Julian Wangler
  • ISBN: 9783942649711
  • Page: 249
  • Format: ebook
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    1. The Destiny of the Federation begins here!This is the first novel in a “Star Trek” book trilogy named “Destiny”FEAR THE BORG!The Federation has suffered more casualties from hostile action in the past five weeks than in all the previous wars of its history combined.The Romulan War. The Cardassian War. The Dominion War. Even the Battle of Wolf 359.None of those bloody conflicts of the Federation against opposite powers, combined, produced so many loses of lives as in the very first stage [...]

    2. I wish allowed me to give a 4-1/2 star rating. This book was almost perfect. I could not put it down and only had a few small complaints that would keep me from giving it a 5 star rating.After reading a few of his books, I would say that Mack is one of the best Star Trek writers. He gives his stories a very human element and manages to make large casts very exciting. (I usually prefer smaller casts allowing you to focus on a few characters.)In this book, he has an extremely large cast. Besides [...]

    3. "So, uh, we got this joined Trill who's a bit bungled up in the brain, ya know what I'm saying?""Like a bit on the neurotic side?""Exactly. The the funny things is, she's a counselor. On a space station.""On a space station?""Yeah, that's what I'm sayin'. What um I s'posed tu do with a neurotic counselor?""Duh."::fingers snap::"I got it! Make her a ship's captain. Make her totally unrecognizable. Problem solved. Bada-bing bada-boom.""Ya think?""I ain't payin' ya to think. I'm payin' ya to write. [...]

    4. It's been a long, long time since I've read a Star Trek book, so I thought I'd just jump in and pick a spot to begin again. And it seems I chose well. The first book of the trilogy is well written and exciting, full of "character" moments as well as action. There are A LOT of characters, though. 631. I counted them. Luckily, Mack gives you tiny updates just in case you haven't read EVERY Star Trek book, or have forgotten key moments in the TV shows. And Ezri Dax has my favorite line, when told b [...]

    5. Love the premise of the final showdown between the federation and the Borg. But the author just has way too many perspectives. There are way too many ships with their unique situations and each ship have large crews and it just becomes a jumbled mess. Committing to finishing the trilogy but damn, not some of Trek's best literature.

    6. David Mack continues to show his strength as a ST author – fast paced adventures, good characterizations, well described space battles. The only complaint I would have in this first book of the Star Trek Destiny trilogy is that there’re too many dramatis personae – we’re following the crews of four starships, Enterprise, Titan, Aventine and Columbia. While Mack ably distinguishes most of his people, he still can’t develop them enough to make you care overmuch about them. Often he’s s [...]

    7. The first in a trilogy of novels set in the post "Nemesis" "Trek" universe, "Destiny: Gods of Night" is one of the more entertaining and page-turning "Trek" novels I've read in a while. Credit a lot of that to author David Mack who in the course of the novel juggles at least four separate plot threads over several different eras of "Trek" history. If you've been wondering why the last Enterprise novel was advertised as part of the previous books in the series leading up to this, you'll find out [...]

    8. It's relentless, warp speed plotting -- aside from the Riker/Troi prengancy issue, there isn't a lot of room for character developmentd I find the Columbia crew to be rather cliched much of the time, especially the typically hard-nosed MACOs. But all that aside, this is EPIC plotting on a grand scaled considering the juggling of characters, planets, and battles that occurs in this novel, you have to give David Mack credit for keeping all the balls in the air, and never once letting one of them f [...]

    9. It took a while to fit all the strings together but towards the end of the book everything turned out to be connected and I am really excited to read what's happening the the next 2 books.Hint: Don't read/finish the book if you don't have the next one right at hand because it's a mayor cliffhanger.

    10. Enjoying the beginning of this trilogy- I like comparing the scenes of Titan and Enterprise and the Columbia storyline. Interested in where this goes.

    11. Star Trek: Destiny: Gods of Night by David Mack "Destiny" is set more than a year after the events of ST: Nemesis. It builds upon the TNG-relaunch novels, the Titan-series and various other familiar characters - but don't worry, Destiny is quite a good point to get back into Trek without prior knowledge of the mentioned book-series.Given the split nature of the book that's jumping from one stage to the other, I'm going to follow those jumps in my review. Enterprise-EThe Federation is at war wit [...]

    12. I had mixed feelings delving into yet another Star Trek novel about the Borg. It seems like this has pretty much been the sole focus of the post-Nemesis litverse aside from the Titan novels, and I've been feeling ready for something new. The high rating of this novel gave me hope that this would at least be a story worth reading. It was not only that, but much, much more.The Borg are invading the Federation (again) and the U.S.S. Enterprise is at the front lines (again). Somehow, they are sendin [...]

    13. Summary:This book primarily follows the crews of Captain Erika Hernandez of the USS Columbia NX-02, set a few hundred years in the past; Captain Dax of the USS Aventine, Captain Riker of the USS Titan, and Captain Picard of the USS Enterprise in the "present" (i.e. more than a year after Nemesis).The Columbia is attacked by the Romulans, who use a computer virus to disable all their systems. While the Columbia manages to escape, to get to the nearest M-class planet they are forced to travel at s [...]

    14. As I write this review I'm over half way through season 5 of DS9 and close to the start of VOY season 4 in my big rewatch. Those two shows I haven't seen since they came out on VHS way back, so yeah there are snippets I remember and a lot I don't. I've read a couple of novels set after Nemesis (TNG books) so what I'm trying to say is I pretty much jumped into this novel blind.David Mack not only made this easy for me to jump into , filling me in on things and sorta catching me up, but tells an e [...]

    15. I've just picked up the Star Trek: Destiny series after putting it off for some time. I've been spoiled to a number of facts regarding the book series and how it ends, which ironically kept me from reading it. I'm a big fan of the Borg and always felt they deserved better than to become stock villains de-fanged by repeated losses. An epic trilogy about the Federation having a full all-out war with them was something I was leery about. There was no way the Borg could be portrayed fairly without r [...]

    16. Review for the whole 'Destiny' trilogy.I read a lot of Star Trek books and tend to rate them internally, so 5* for what I think is a good Trek novel, doesn’t mean it is necessarily a good novel for anyone who isn't a fan. These three books are 1* Trek novels for a reason entirely related to the story, not the quality of the writing. I like Trek when it deals with a whole range of alien cultures, and does not put humankind at the centre of the universe. These novels are absolutely guilty of put [...]

    17. Der Auftakt für eine Trilogie, die im Jahre 2381 spielt und die drei Raumschiffe Enterprise, Titan und Aventine mit ihren Capitänen Jean-Luc Picard, William Riker und Ezri Dax vor dem Hintergrund des wieder aufgeflammten Krieges gegen die Borg auf eine ebenso gefährliche wie komplexe Reise durch Raum und Zeit schickt.Hardcore Star Trek Fans werden ihren Spaß haben, Neulinge werden zwar all die Anspielungen und Verknüpfungen zu anderen Büchern und Filmen zwar ahnen, aber oft nicht ohne Rech [...]

    18. So, wowsers. Lots of fan service in this book. This is the first book I've read of the Post-Nemesis books that deals with what happened after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis and Star Trek: Enterprise went off the air. A great many characters and races mentioned in other episodes are used. I finally know the history behind the art of my May 2007 Star Trek Ships of the Line calendar with the Columbia NX-02 crashed on a desert planet. Some elements of the story, especially towards the end were a t [...]

    19. It's been a while since I read a ST book, and I really feel like this book assumed I was current on all the books. Luckily, I could easily check the various wikis to figure out what was going on, but that was mildly annoying. Also, the book jumped around a bit in the beginning and I didn't really feel like I understood what was going on until about 70 pages in. Once we got over that hurdle, I found it to be enjoyable (technobabble is always fun) and am looking forward to more.

    20. A handful of MACOs and Starfleet officers mutiny (stopping just short of executing their captain) and kill millions of members of a highly-intelligent alien species, destroying entire cities. Their crewmates show not a hint of remorse, and instead spend their time berating and being snarky to the surviving aliens in the moments after this atrocity. So much for Trek's positive view of humanity.Then there's Captain Ezri, Beverley having a baby with Picard, Troi essentially suicidal because she can [...]

    21. Easy read of a good but not great book. First part of a trilogy so there's more to come, and I hope it gets better.

    22. Generally I prefer Star Trek novels that focus on one ship and one crew, but the story kept me intrigued enough to want to continue reading the other books in the trilogy.

    23. Excellent storyI loved the story, Especially Telling The stops of multiple crews, well done. - - - - - -- -

    24. No need to review such an extensively reviewed book. I am just going to reiterate a fairly known Vulcan's comment when he once tasted Tenesee whiskey beans: "Surprisingly good!"

    25. I slogged through it and it was never quite right for me, very hit or miss. But, I like David Mack and will read the next two to finish the series. However, I'm quite miffed that everything this guy writes is in series format. He never writes a novel, just the first chapter of a series, so everything he does is half-baked and that gets old after a while. I've read David Mack before, and he's a nice guy in person, but the writing style here is no surprise--very similar to his Vanguard novels. In [...]

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