Incident at Arbuk

John Gregory Betancourt

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Incident at Arbuk

Incident at Arbuk Tracking a shuttle s distress signal to the nearly deserted Arbuk System the U S S Voyager crew encounters an unusual weapon a thousand times powerful than the Starship Inside the shuttle the crew d

  • Title: Incident at Arbuk
  • Author: John Gregory Betancourt
  • ISBN: 9780671520489
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tracking a shuttle s distress signal to the nearly deserted Arbuk System, the U.S.S Voyager crew encounters an unusual weapon a thousand times powerful than the Starship Inside the shuttle, the crew discovers an unconscious alien and no information about the device Captain Janeway and her crew are attacked by a group of mysterious warships with an interest inTracking a shuttle s distress signal to the nearly deserted Arbuk System, the U.S.S Voyager crew encounters an unusual weapon a thousand times powerful than the Starship Inside the shuttle, the crew discovers an unconscious alien and no information about the device Captain Janeway and her crew are attacked by a group of mysterious warships with an interest in the weapon s power With warp power off line, the crew of the Starship Voyager must find a way to save themselves from a group of aliens desperate to control the superweapon.

    Similar authors to follow John Gregory Betancourt b October , in Missouri is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and mystery novels as well as short stories. USS Voyager Memory Beta, non canon Star Trek Wiki The USS Voyager NCC was an Intrepid class Federation starship launched in the year Initially believed lost on her maiden voyage, Voyager became famous throughout the Federation for her , light year journey back to Federation space across the Delta Quadrant under the command of Death of a Neutron Star Star Trek Voyager, No Eric Death of a Neutron Star Star Trek Voyager, No Eric Kotani on FREE shipping on qualifying offers When an alien scientist asks to join Captain Kathryn Janeway in the investigation of an unprecedented scientific find

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    1. Elizabeth Perez on said:

      The Voyager crew gets a distress call and finds a new alien (possibly the most unique to date) and try to help. They find a new huge piece of technology but they have to figure out what it is.It's a pretty fun quick read and this book features two crew men Fairman and Dvorak which made the read a little more fun seeing things from their prospective. I did enjoy Fairman's character more, he had an interesting past which made him instantly likeable to me. I wish more of the book was about him.This [...]

    2. Chris on said:

      Quick and inoffensive. At a brisk 213 pages this book flies by. There were a lot of neat little things, but it certainly did not break any new ground. I would say it is enjoyable, but not a must read novel in the series.

    3. Charles on said:

      This book is a decent, but not thrilling episode in the Star Trek Voyager saga. Plot devices from earlier Star Trek stories are re-used to limited success. The U. S. S. Voyager receives a distress call from the Arbuk System and following the ancient law of the sea, moves to investigate. While there, they encounter a massive weapon with power on the level of the one in the original series episode “The Doomsday Machine.” Only one of the aliens has survived of the tens of thousands on the ships [...]

    4. Craig on said:

      This was a good Star Trek novel. It really felt like an episode of the series. At first I felt the author didn't do well with neelix's character. He came off as kings of an asshole, but got better as the novel went on. I wish I could here Tuvok call his crew makes leader janeway or friend doctor and so on. That was really funny.

    5. Craig on said:

      I'm still not entirely sure what the issue was in this book. Things happened, they looked into them, they solved the problems and even made a friend - it was just a straight-forward story. I think the climax was an argument that happened in another language in the background. I don't hate this book. I actually enjoyed the B-Story with Neelix (which is saying a lot!), when Chakotay was in command (which I always enjoy) and the effects of drugs on a mind meld. There was some interesting things in [...]

    6. Jarrod on said:

      Short Tale of the Voyager Crew. Neelix takes down a black market replicator.

    7. Nicole on said:

      This book read like a good Voyager episode makes me feel - There's an interesting main plot with a second plot neatly twisted around the first, there's plenty of humour and funny moments, Voyager helps save the day and the story ends on a happy and hopeful note. Harry picks up a distress call from an alien vessel; Voyager goes to investigate. Faced with several strange and imposing structures once they reach the system the distress call was sent from, Voyager almost gets roasted before neutralis [...]

    8. Nathan on said:

      This was one of the better Star Trek novels I've read. The aliens were interesting and had distinct culture and personality traits, the conflict was mysterious, Janeway kicked ass, etc. I could go on and on. I was worried about half way through because it seemed like the story had a long way to go in just half a book, but everything was wrapped up quite nicely in the end. In fact, I was very tempted to give this 5 stars: it was that good. The reason I didn't is that the author kept saying 'the V [...]

    9. Sharon on said:

      Incident at Arbuck takes place in the very early months of Voyager's journey home.Answering a distress call Voyager comes in contact with a strange argumentative race known as the Sperians. They have created a super weapon that contains a fatal flaw. Tuvok does a mind meld, B'Elanna works her mechanical wonders,Tom flirts and Kim gets a date. Neelix gets to use his wiles to outsmart a black marketeer. It's a pretty standard early Voyager adventure and fairly well written for a first novel. Its a [...]

    10. Jacque Hodges (Carter) on said:

      This took me awhile to get started. In fact, I put it down and read Shutter Island instead. Butonce I got back to it, I couldn't put it down. It was totally predictable but the characters were right on. You know -- Star Trek. What's not to like.

    11. Tracy Poff on said:

      (I've not got my notes on hand, so this will less detailed than usual.)Not bad. The 'mind meld gone wrong' storyline isn't much better than a 'transporter accident' storyline, in my opinion, but it's not too bad. As I recall, the alien race in this one was reasonably interesting.

    12. Angela on said:

      Voyager finds an unusual weapon, and gets caught up with local politics. Set quite early on, the characters are still trying to find out about each other. It's not a bad read, there's many action sequences that will appeal to some. A good read.

    13. Dustin on said:

      My personal rating is really more of a 3.5 out of 5 stars, but I'll round up in this case. This was a fun quick book. I think there could've been a little bit more to the story, but it was a good setup. The characters were well written. It felt like an average, decent episode of Voyager.

    14. Benjamin Plume on said:

      This was OK. It did a good job of capturing the characters and relationships as they were at the early part of Voyager. I wasn't particularly thrilled by the plotline, though. I just never felt any sort of danger from the massive weapon-thing, and the mind meld b-story has been done to death.

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