The Genesis Wave: Book 2 of 3

Like an unstoppable cosmic storm, the dreaded Genesis Wave sweeps across the Alpha Quadrant, transforming planets on a molecular level and threatening entire civilizations with extinction To combat the rushing terror of the wave, Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise have been forced into a tense alliance with the Klingon and Romulan Empires, boLike an unstoppable cosmic storm, the dreaded Genesis Wave sweeps across the Alpha Quadrant, transforming planets on a molecular level and threatening entire civilizations with extinction To combat the rushing terror of the wave, Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the Starship Enterprise have been forced into a tense alliance with the Klingon and Romulan Empires, both of which crave the forbidden secrets of the Genesis technology for themselves Now the finest minds of three civilizations must race against time to find some way to halt the deadly wave before yet another world is transformed into something alien and unrecognizable The bestselling saga continues
The Genesis Wave Book of Like an unstoppable cosmic storm the dreaded Genesis Wave sweeps across the Alpha Quadrant transforming planets on a molecular level and threatening entire civilizations with extinction To combat th

  • Title: The Genesis Wave: Book 2 of 3
  • Author: John Vornholt
  • ISBN: 9780743411837
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Genesis Wave: Book 2 of 3”

    1. The second book of the series continues in a somewhat straight forward Star Trek plot formula - writing's not bad, the action keeps you turning the pages, but it's not quite a 4 star review. The positive for me with this book is that I read it as opposed to listening to Tim Russ for the 1st book. His narration is too monotone, and so, in reading this book, the characters had more life to them. This is not a sci-fi classic, but a worthwhile read for Star Trek fans.

    2. This was a good continuation of book one and a fun foray into sci-fi. I especially loved the scenes with Mot the Barber and Leah Brahms and her rag-tag crew of Klingons. I am a bit surprised that there is a book 3 because book 2 kinda seems to wrap things up well. I'm curious to see what's going to happen.

    3. Kind of lackluster. Seemed like it should have been included in the first book or third book. We get to see some character development from our favorite barber. A deeper look at Laforge's feelings. I wasn't much into this at all.

    4. Still reads like a poorly written fan fic. Not sure what the third book will be since this one wrapped up most of the first.

    5. In the grand tradition of "The Next Generation's" televised two-parters, this story's conclusion isn't as satisfying as part one. It's still an easy read, and the plot continues to barrel ahead at warp speed, but it devotes less time to character development, and it continues to demonstrate a slightly askew grasp of the TNG crew. The author also doesn't seem that familiar with the ferocious capabilities of a Defiant-class vessel, or what an angry Klingon warrior would do at the helm of such a ma [...]

    6. This second installment of the Genesis Wave starts out with all the bells and whistles usually found at the climatic end of a stand alone edition. The first half is filled with excitement and intrigue as the team from the Enterprise and citizens of Mr. Mots' home-world fight tooth and nail against their fungal enemy. Saving themselves for the time being the story continues on to tie up some of the loose ends that evolved over the first book. Although the tale is well told and does a good job cap [...]

    7. Again a very good book in the Genesis Wave series. A good continuation of the previous one and a good conceived sci-fi book overall.I must anyway complain about the very simplistic and anti-climatic way the Wave is stopped, the Romulans are dealt with and the whole story is put to rest.While there are others novels in the series, this one actually serve as the closure of the first half, but it ultimately fails in properly conclude the begin of the story.

    8. Il potenziale la storia ce l'aveva, ma tra intermezzi che si dilungano troppo (ci sono intere parti da saltare!!), il finale quasi deus ex machina, spiegazioni raffazzonate in fondo per cercare di capire qualcosa sulla nemesi principale di un libro doppio BLEAGH! Non gli do 1 stella perché alcuni punti felici, per amor di onestà lo dico, ci sono.

    9. In this second book of a three part series, the Genesis Wave is now overtaking planets and killing thousands of people. I found this book as just a bridge to the final book. It has some graphic and exciting situations with the onset of the wave overtaking life. Hopefully, the third book will conclude with a grand finale.

    10. So the audio book supposedly ends at two. It did not sound like the story had concluded though. I have no idea if there is a book three available that will conclude the story, but there is not an audio available so it is mildly frustrating.

    11. The 2nd book in the series. The Wave is getting nearer to Earth and the culprits are revealed. A very good, epic storyline but NB you do need to have read the first one to follow it. It is very readable and feels like a film. All characters act how you would expect them to. A good read.

    12. Moss monsters and Leah Brahms running around with Klingonsis book makes me not even want to read the third part because this was so poorly written. The climax isn't even very climactic. I don't recommend anyone read this series.

    13. Leaves off right where the movies stop. I was totaly envolved in this book. Wow it needs to be a movie, a 3 hour movie lol.

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