Dreams of the Raven MOBI Í Dreams of PDF \

Dreams of the Raven❰Ebook❯ ➠ Dreams of the Raven Author Carmen Carter – Varanus.us Dreams Of The Raven A merchant ship s frantic SOS sends the USS Enterprisespeeding to the rescue But the starships mission of mercy soon becomes a desperate struggle for survival against a nightmarish Dreams of the Raven A merchant ship s frantic SOS sends the USS Enterprisespeeding to the rescue But the starships mission of mercy soon becomes a desperate struggle for survival against a nightmarish enemy Captain Kirk can neither identify nor understand, an enemy he must defeat without the aid of one of his most trusted officersFor the Leonard McCoy Kirk knew is gone In his place stands a stranger a man with no memory of his Starfleet career, his family, his friends or the one thing James Dreams of PDF \ T Kirk needs most of all His dreams.

Dreams of the Raven MOBI Í Dreams of  PDF \
  • Paperback
  • 255 pages
  • Dreams of the Raven
  • Carmen Carter
  • English
  • 07 August 2019
  • 0907610935

    10 thoughts on “Dreams of the Raven MOBI Í Dreams of PDF \


  1. says:

    Carmen Carter isfamous for her TNG work, but with this novel, she also demonstrates a superb command over the crew of the Original Series Enterprise In fact, it s full of amazing character work all around, combined with an interesting plot that puts Captain Kirk crew in the way of some very serious, yet very unique jeopardy It s also a great dealsubtle contemplative than the back cover blurb leads a reader to believeand we all need a bitsubtle contemplative in these Carmen Carter isfamous for her TNG work, but with this novel, she also demonstrates a superb command over the crew of the Original Series Enterprise In fact, it s full of amazing character work all around, combined with an interesting plot that puts Captain Kirk crew in the way of some very serious, yet very unique jeopardy It s also a great dealsubtle contemplative than the back cover blurb leads a reader to believeand we all need a bitsubtle contemplative in these bombastic times


  2. says:

    This is actually the first Star Trek novel I ve read Having read loads of the graphic novels and I ve got to say I really enjoyed it.I think how Bones accident happened and then how he snapped out of it was all a bit corny, but then that s what Star Trek s all about When he lost his memory, it became all to clear that the friendship between Bones, Spock and Kirk is so integral to every Star Trek story it was really interesting and strange to not hear Spock and Bones bickering with each oth This is actually the first Star Trek novel I ve read Having read loads of the graphic novels and I ve got to say I really enjoyed it.I think how Bones accident happened and then how he snapped out of it was all a bit corny, but then that s what Star Trek s all about When he lost his memory, it became all to clear that the friendship between Bones, Spock and Kirk is so integral to every Star Trek story it was really interesting and strange to not hear Spock and Bones bickering with each other Kirk s a hero as ever and the idea of Aliens who take on their victims personality, voice, etc by eating their brains, was seriously cool.I thought Bones may have remembered the Dr.Dyson kiss at the end the girl should of gone ahead and kissed him anyways I Bones And, as ever, I Star Trek Bring on the next novel


  3. says:

    BONES, BONES, BONES I m a Leonard McCoy girl and this gets deep into his character, as well as the themes of death and memory, and some truly terrifying aliens.Plus, Carmen Carter really gets the whole crew, and every character s personality quirks come out so vividly that I really believed it could be an episode of the original show Many interactions or comments had me laughing out loud, and this was definitely one of my favorite Star Trek books ever.


  4. says:

    Better than usual for this series.


  5. says:

    I know a lot of people think this book is absolute crap I don t believe so The way Dr McCoy receives his injury is a bit stupid for lack of a better word But the rest is fascinating It wasof a book for those who deeply love McCoy because it sof a character study of what he was like 25 years before he became the Bones he is today Of course, it isn t without flaws, and it wasn t a spectacular rendition of what I believe McCoy would have been like He was lacking many of his ad I know a lot of people think this book is absolute crap I don t believe so The way Dr McCoy receives his injury is a bit stupid for lack of a better word But the rest is fascinating It wasof a book for those who deeply love McCoy because it sof a character study of what he was like 25 years before he became the Bones he is today Of course, it isn t without flaws, and it wasn t a spectacular rendition of what I believe McCoy would have been like He was lacking many of his admirable skills, like loving and healing no matter what, and was, quite frankly, a bit of a whiner, but it was alright I did think the book resolved itself too prematurely All of a sudden, everything was back to normal, even with a main crewman still out of the picture at a risk of spoiling anything But it was a good read for those of us who love McCoy and wish to see him havestories revolving around him.The side story what I like to call it was alright, but there was so much technical jargon and not enough action I found myself very tempted to just skip to the part where McCoy shows up again All in all, a good leisurely read for the beach or maybe a chapter or two a night before bed


  6. says:

    Dreams of the Raven is a well written classic style story of the original series, some action and humour with one of the central characters having an issue they have to deal with In this story it s McCoy who is feeling a little sorry for himself and thanks to his mood and a little alcohol gets himself injured and suffers some memory loss Not the best time for McCoy but made even worse as the Enterprise has to battle an unknown alien species who it seems are capable of gaining control of vessel Dreams of the Raven is a well written classic style story of the original series, some action and humour with one of the central characters having an issue they have to deal with In this story it s McCoy who is feeling a little sorry for himself and thanks to his mood and a little alcohol gets himself injured and suffers some memory loss Not the best time for McCoy but made even worse as the Enterprise has to battle an unknown alien species who it seems are capable of gaining control of vessels and crews with extreme ease As the Enterprise limps from each encounter the crew have to understand this very aggressive species while dealing with a chief of medicine who is certainly not himself.This was a enjoyable read, I would have liked to have seen it expanded a littlesince there was certainly scope to do so but never the less a good story told well and loved the new Spock McCoy dynamic that emerged after the doc was injured


  7. says:

    Bones Amnesia A lieutenant called Benus And a Vegan Tradeship which is sadly only a tradeship from Vega, not a tradeship delivering tempeh across the universe This was a really good Star Trek novel, capturing the spirit and feeling of the original series.


  8. says:

    Dreams of the Raven by Carmen Carter is an Original Series Star Trek novel which is primarily focused around the character of Dr McCoy The overall plot follows the crew of the USS Enterprise as they attempts to deal with a new and dangerous species who are seemingly able to take control of ships and their crews with relative ease Unfortunately, the crew aren t helped by a head injury to Dr McCoy which has resulted in him losing all his memories from his time in Starfleet Devoid of all his Dreams of the Raven by Carmen Carter is an Original Series Star Trek novel which is primarily focused around the character of Dr McCoy The overall plot follows the crew of the USS Enterprise as they attempts to deal with a new and dangerous species who are seemingly able to take control of ships and their crews with relative ease Unfortunately, the crew aren t helped by a head injury to Dr McCoy which has resulted in him losing all his memories from his time in Starfleet Devoid of all his experiences, he isof a hindrance than a help as the crew tries to battle the new foe The first thing to mention about the plot is that the cause of McCoy s amnesia is rather silly and quite unimaginative The concept of his reversion to a younger self however was an interesting one which did keep me intrigued It was particularly nice seeing how the effect of past experiences could change someone as was evident with McCoy and how he now acted without those experiences However, I do think that the author maybe went a bit too far at times as some of McCoy s core personality traits were altered beyond what I felt was realistic Of course, it could be argued that this was potentially just another aspect of his head injury.The plot elements around the alien threat itself were rather standard and uninspiring It wasn t that long ago that I finished the book but I am already struggling to remember anything of note about these aspects of the plot Overall, this is probably best described as another average Original Series novel The amnesia plot is a bit trite in set up and conclusion but it was nice to see a book dedicated to McCoy and the concept of how the memory loss affected him was interesting The rest of the story isn t really anything memorable but it isn t the worst Star Trek novel I have read


  9. says:

    During a visit to an orbital trading post, the U.S.S Enterprise responds to a distress call from a freighter reportedly under attack from the Klingons, When they arrive at the scene, however, the crew find themselves facing a new threat, one that leaves their ship temporarily crippled Now they face a difficult journey back while under the threat of a renewed attack, and all while one their chief medical officer, Leonard McCoy is recovering from a trauma that has left him with no memory of the During a visit to an orbital trading post, the U.S.S Enterprise responds to a distress call from a freighter reportedly under attack from the Klingons, When they arrive at the scene, however, the crew find themselves facing a new threat, one that leaves their ship temporarily crippled Now they face a difficult journey back while under the threat of a renewed attack, and all while one their chief medical officer, Leonard McCoy is recovering from a trauma that has left him with no memory of the previous 25 years While known for her works set in the Next Generation universe, Carmen Carter s first contribution to the Star Trek franchise came with this 1987 novel, which was her only book published featuring the original crew To me this fact is regrettable, as her contribution to the Pocket Books series is one of the best in it that I have read Part of this is that unlike so many others byprominent authors there is no universe threatening crisis or other rehash of a series trope in it, just a good, gripping story about a ship overcoming a threat that is nicely enriched by her characterization of the crew None is better explored than Doctor McCoy, who goes from being the captain s curmudgeonly conscience to a conflicted figure questioning the choices he made It s an interesting plot device that succeeds better than it should, thanks to Carter s effective development of McCoy s turmoil and his engagement with his surroundings When combined with one of theunique threats ever devised for the franchise, the result is an entertaining story that reflects some of the best realized possibilities of the book format for the Star Trek universe


  10. says:

    Muddled, melodramatic Star Trek novel featuring the Original Series cast McCoy loses a chunk of his adult memory and only has the memories and skills of the recently qualified and traditional M.D that he was before he entered Star Fleet It s an interesting premise Unfortunately, Carmen Carter tries to make drama and nightmare out of the fact that the Bones we all know and love was created by his years in Star Fleet without them, he is someone else and that someone else is immature Well, of Muddled, melodramatic Star Trek novel featuring the Original Series cast McCoy loses a chunk of his adult memory and only has the memories and skills of the recently qualified and traditional M.D that he was before he entered Star Fleet It s an interesting premise Unfortunately, Carmen Carter tries to make drama and nightmare out of the fact that the Bones we all know and love was created by his years in Star Fleet without them, he is someone else and that someone else is immature Well, of course, he would be different Aren t we all shaped by our years of experience Weren t we all immature just as we were starting out in our careers She even tries to make us believe that the pre Star Fleet McCoy was a run of the mill young doctor without much humor It s unlikely that a man with mediocre medical skills would have turned into the McCoy who can face an unknown space disease and come up with a vaccine in record time I wish she had focused less on trying to show how the non Star Fleet McCoy is less than Bones in contrast to the real Bones More interesting are the moments in the book when she focuses on the difficulties McCoy faces as a person with amnesia trying to function in a world he no longer recognizes

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