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Dec 25, Erica rated it it was amazing Shelves: star-trek-voyager. I love this book and would say that it's even better than the first one in this trilogy. Christie Golden being one of my favorite authors for Voyager this is not in any way a surprise to me.

She has a way of always staying true to the characters and everything that happened during the series run. That said, she's also a great writer and has managed to draw me in to her stories more than once. In this book the story is pretty much divided into three sub stories that occur simultaneously. Them being what happens on Voyager, what's going on with Chakotay and Paris on the planet they ended up on in the last book and what the Romulans and Lhiau are up to back on Romulus.

I like this way of storytelling.

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It might seem like there's a lot going on at once, but Golden never loses me as a reader. I felt that I could connect all the different sub stories to each other in the bigger picture and sees this as one of the strengths of this book. And it doesn't help that I also found all of them to be very interesting, but I'll tell you more about that.

On the planet Chakotay and Paris ended up transporting to there's a species that's divided into two different casts; the Culilann and the Alilann. They live separated and with extremely different lifestyles. I found these lifestyles and their culture to be of great interest. The way it was written made it come alive and I could see it pictured before me almost like I was there myself.

It pretty much couldn't have been any better than that. Back on Voyager Captain Janeway and the rest of the crew are working on getting started with the task of cleansing the quadrant of the mutated dark matter with the help of the orb given to them by the Shepherd Tialin in the previous book. B'Elanna Torres, Seven and Telek R'Mor are in charge of understanding and implementing the technology that the orb provides.

Early on in their work the orb gets the nickname That Damned Ball from B'Elanna which was a detail I just loved and smiled about several times. That just felt so spot on for B'Elanna's character to come up with something like that. On Romulus we specifically get to follow Jekri Kaleh, the Chairman of the Tal Shiar, and I found myself really taking an interest to her character. I came to feel a little bit like I was on her side and that I was rooting for her. Yes, I'm aware of the fact that she's not "one of the good guys", but still, the way that she was portrayed made me like her.

More so the farther along I got in the book. Added to these sub plots we also get short passages, interludes, of following an entity that we never really get to know who or what it actually is. I loved those small parts, and in fact, I think I might have an idea as to what the entity is. I'll have to wait to the next book to find out if I'm on the right track, though. But if you're curious as to my guess, I wouldn't want you to be disappointed, so here goes: view spoiler [ I believe the entity to be the evolved Kes!

Also, I'm hopping to get a somewhat better idea of all of this mutated dark matter-stuff and how it affects not only our universe but also the other ones. I guess I feel I can understand it partly to some extent, but it's still like seeing it through a broken mirror where you think you might see part of the bigger picture, but you're still lacking some of it. Mar 03, Jo rated it liked it.

Another save the universe with help from an ominpotent being. Need to read the trio to get the whole story. Nov 24, Christina Farr-Thompson rated it liked it. Definitely a filler book. Feb 14, Joshua Palmatier rated it liked it.

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This second book in the Dark Matters series was better than the first. The premise: Mutated dark matter has infiltrated the Delta Quadrant after the Romulan scientist Telek who once contacted Voyager early in their voyage through a tiny wormhole that also jumped 20 years into the past is forced by the Tal Shiar to use his research to find the lost ship. Using technology provided by an alien called the Shepherd, the Romulans hope to capture Voyager and use its advanced technology to take over th This second book in the Dark Matters series was better than the first.

Using technology provided by an alien called the Shepherd, the Romulans hope to capture Voyager and use its advanced technology to take over the Alpha Quadrant. But the mutated dark matter destroys the Romulans' plans. In order to save the ship, Janeway contacts the Shepherds in the Delta Quadrant and learns that the one helping the Romulans is rogue, and that they need Janeway's help to find and contain the mutated dark matter that's been released.

They give Janeway a sphere that contains all of the dark matter that had infected Voyager.


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They need to use the sphere to figure out to help the rest of the Delta Quadrant. Meanwhile, Chakotay and Paris have jumped through a portal to another world with two alien cultures that on the verge of clashing after hundreds of years of peaceful coexistence. Can Janeway and crew figure out how to use the Shepherd's sphere in time?

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And will Chakotay and Paris find a way to contact their ship and make it back safely? As I said, this book was much better written than the first one in this trilogy. I think it was because the plotlines here focused much more on characters and much less on set-up, which is what the first book felt like--only set-up, no real engagement with the characters.

The loose plot threads in that first book continue here, mostly unresolved there is a third book , but they are much more engaging because of the character involvement. We follow the Voyager crew as they try to figure out the sphere. We also follow the head of the Tal Shiar as the rogue Shepherd abandons her and seduces the Empress, humiliating her in the process. And of course we follow Chakotay and Paris in the alien culture.

All of these plotlines were engaging, those involving the head of the Tal Shiar being the most interesting. So a much better book than the first in this trilogy. I'm still hoping that all of the plotlines come together at some point, but we'll see what happens in the third book. Sep 09, Fate's Lady rated it liked it Shelves: sci-fi. This book wasn't without its problematic elements, like the backward, noble savages on the planet where Chakotay and Tom find themselves. Go figure, Chakotay is seduced by a culture that reveres nature, and Harry has fallen in love with yet another completely unattainable woman.

Ignoring that, however, this was a pretty fun read. The characters are mostly correct I feel like Golden has trouble nailing Janeway's voice, but maybe that's just me , and the story is much better than the boring first This book wasn't without its problematic elements, like the backward, noble savages on the planet where Chakotay and Tom find themselves. The characters are mostly correct I feel like Golden has trouble nailing Janeway's voice, but maybe that's just me , and the story is much better than the boring first book in the trilogy, which is probably why so much time has passed between reading that one and this one.

Nov 03, Sharon rated it liked it Shelves: star-trek-voyager. Voyager is on a mission to find dangerous dark matter than has been scattered throughout the universe and render it inert. There is political intrigue in the bastion of Romulan Power.

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Harry and his new alien friend become closer. Chakotay and Paris are in another place of existence learning about a new culture and finding themselves getting caught up in locale politics. A war is brewing. This book begins to tie up the storylines begun in Cloak and Dagger and it is well written. Fast paced and the Voyager is on a mission to find dangerous dark matter than has been scattered throughout the universe and render it inert.

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Fast paced and the characters are 'in character. A point off though for once again having Tom Paris become involved with a beautiful alien woman. Its the twentieth book in the series and I have lost count as to how many times this trope has been used. Why couldn't his companion Chakotay have become infatuated with her instead?