The Struggle Within (Star Trek: Typhon Pact #5)

The Struggle Within (Star Trek: Typhon Pact #5) An Original E Novella In The Acclaimed Typhon Pact Series The Enterprise E Is On A Diplomatic Mission To The Talarian Republic, The Last Holdout In The Federation S Efforts To Expand The Khitomer Accords In Response To The Emergence Of The Typhon Pact In The Wake Of Andor S Recent Secession, The Federation Is Concerned Than Ever With Strengthening Its Alliances The Talarians Have Been A Tenuous Potential Partner At Best, Given The History Of Conflict And Mistrust Between Them And The Federation But The Negotiations Between Picard And The Talarians Are Disrupted By A Growing Public Protest Of Those Who Are Demanding Greater Rights And Before Long, It Becomes Clear That The Dissidents Are Not Limiting Themselves To Nonviolent Means. It felt a bit weird to put two story lines in such a short novel It made both of them feel rushed and compacted. Great TNG short story about two uprisings on planets. For anyone who is reading the typhon pact this is a must read ebook form only. An enjoyable, but short read I ve been wanting to knowabout the Kinshaya since the Typhon Pact formed and I saw them in action against the Klingons, and now I got my wish There were two stories in these 80 pages Captain Picard was assigned to negotiate with the Talarians about possibly signing on to the Khitomer Accords, a task made pleasurable by a reunion with Jono last seen in the tv episode Almost Human His father Endar is the Talarian ambassador to the Federation, and Jono is h An enjoyable, but short read I ve been wanting to knowabout the Kinshaya since the Typhon Pact formed and I saw them in action against the Klingons, and now I got my wish There were two stories in these 80 pages Captain Picard was assigned to negotiate with the Talarians about possibly signing on to the Khitomer Accords, a task made pleasurable by a reunion with Jono last seen in the tv episode Almost Human His father Endar is the Talarian ambassador to the Federation, and Jono is his apprentice, groomed to replace Endar one day His experience as a Talarian and as a human made him the perfect choic
Warning Strange digression into RL politics ahead I ve always been fascinated with modern Arab cultures struggle with the West Not necessarily in terms of geopolitics but the sheer lack of ability to find common groundoften than not During the Cold War, the Middle East was lumped in with the rest of the Third World less because it wasn t involved in the struggle between NATO and the Warsaw Pact nations than its members didn t want to ally with either Former Libyan dictator Muammar G Warning Strange digression into RL politics ahead I ve always been fascinated with modern Arab cultures struggle with the West Not necessarily in terms of geopolitics but the sheer lack of ability to find common groundoften than not During the Cold War, the Middle East was lumped in with the rest of the Third World less because it wasn t involved in the struggle between NATO and the Warsaw Pact nations than its members didn t want to ally with either Former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was briefly one of the most listened to men in the world due to his opposition to both sides, highlighting the Soviet Union s state based atheism and the United States commercial secularism as reason
Another I don t I d read of the Typhon Pact, this one an E novella with 2 main stories our first in depth visit with the Kinshaya, first created in early 80s trek novels and they re pretty damn impressive, and exploring Talarian society, the ones from Suddenly Human as they become a potential expanded Kithomer Accord power each society going through an upheaval, with Crusher and Jono captured by women staging an uprising while T Ryssa and Jasminder infiltrate Romulan Reunificationists on a p Another I don t I d read of the Typhon Pact, this one an E novella with 2 main stories our first in depth visit with the Kinshaya, first created in early 80s trek novels and they re
This is only the third e book I ve ever read and I still don t love it I miss the texture of the paper on my fingers and I will miss having this on my bookshelf with my Trek collection.I must thank Jim at for helping me to know what order to read these books in I really miss the days of numbered Trek novels I enjoyed this novella
This is a good story I did not know it was a novella I would have liked for it to be longer. Depsite the fact that the Star Trek franchise recieved an official reboot back in 2009 the original franchise timeline continues During the last two years we have seen the expanded universe of TNG, DS9 and VOY dealing with the aftermath of the Borg invasion These novels and stories contain considerablydrama and emphasize personal development rather than exploring So far the
Star Trek Typhon Pact The Struggle Within by Christopher L Bennett, is a good addition to the series with an important underlying moral issue, a good plot idea but way too short to really exploit the real potential this story could have in a novel, but it also descripts the identity of the Holy Order of the Kinshaya in wider term with interesting parallels to sacred governmental bodies like we have nowadays on earth and the peaceful revolution of the people that occur under such brute politica Star Trek Typhon Pact The Struggle Within by Christopher L Bennett, is a good addition to the series with an important underlying moral issue, a good plot idea but way too short to really exploit the real potential this story could have in a novel, but it also descripts the identity of the Holy Order of the Kinshaya in wider term with interesting parallels to sacred governmental bodies like we have nowadays on earth and the peaceful revolution of the people that occur under such brute political systems.This story reads like a classic TNG episode and has the moral motivations of an Gandhi like non violent movement in its main focus and the extensions of its faith to make a peaceful stand for their rights versus an oppressive governmental force Its emotional moving like all good star trek yarn with m

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  • 80 pages
  • The Struggle Within (Star Trek: Typhon Pact #5)
  • Christopher L. Bennett
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 1451651422