Flashback

A hundred years before the Starship Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant, Lieutenant Tuvok served under one of Starfleet s most famous officers Captain Hikaru Sulu of the Starship Excelsior Now those days have come back to haunt him While traveling through an uncharted nebula, Tuvok is besieged by recurring memories of his time with Captain Sulu repressed memA hundred years before the Starship Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant, Lieutenant Tuvok served under one of Starfleet s most famous officers Captain Hikaru Sulu of the Starship Excelsior Now those days have come back to haunt him While traveling through an uncharted nebula, Tuvok is besieged by recurring memories of his time with Captain Sulu repressed memories that may well kill him unless their source is determined in time.To save her closest friend, Captain Kathryn Janeway follows Tuvok to the century old bridge of the Excelsior during a desperate battle There Tuvok, Captain Janeway, Captain Sulu and Commander Janice Rand must face a menace to galactic life unlike anything known before
Flashback A hundred years before the Starship Voyager was transported to the Delta Quadrant Lieutenant Tuvok served under one of Starfleet s most famous officers Captain Hikaru Sulu of the Starship Excelsior N

  • Title: Flashback
  • Author: Diane Carey
  • ISBN: 9780671003838
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Flashback”

    1. "Better to die on our feet than live on our knees"Things I really liked about this book: First, Tuvok! Finally an author really dove into his character and in such a believable way explaining so much. Next all of the sub-plots that just made the book so much more interesting than the episode. Lastly I loved how the author tied in some Earth history and so much of TOS history, I would think most TOS fans would really love this book it really did the characters justice. More than the story I loved [...]

    2. There is much in here to enjoy, especially Diane Carey's affinity for particular characters such as Janeway, Tuvok and Chakotay. I also enjoyed the little philosophical extras, such as comparing Harry Kim's purely 24th century outlook to Chakotay & Tom Paris, who Janeway believes would fit in to the more rough-and-ready 23rd century of Kirk's time. That said, this is a book that suffers from the same problem as first dozen DS9 novels: first season-itis. For a story set in "Voyager's" third s [...]

    3. This novel contains additional material to the Star Trek Voyager Season 3 Episode 2 "Flashback" that could further enhance the story.I always enjoyed the Voyager series and seeing some of my favorite Original Series characters making appearances in this novel was a wonderful treat.The story is well written and moving. A must read for Star Trek fans

    4. I first encountered this story almost 13 years ago during it's 1996 television debut as part of Voyager's third season. Written, as it was, to commemorate Star Trek's thirtieth anniversary, it seems almost inevitable that a novel should have emerged, unsurprisingly swiftly upon the heals of the teleplay.What's more surprising, to me at least, is the fact that I quite enjoyed this novel. a mere 5 of the 39 voyager novels currently listed are based on television episodes. Perhaps I was too young a [...]

    5. Flashback is an adaptation of an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, which was notable in that George Takei made a guest appearance as Captain Sulu. While this book is interesting and it does include a lot of background material not evident in the original episode, especially about Tuvok's time on Sulu's USS Excelsior, there's almost too much filler; it's like there are two or three episodes compressed into this book. It's very readable, but there's also a lot I wish I could've just fast-forwarded th [...]

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