It's interesting that Picard is on officer with the Royal Navy since actor Patrick Stewart is British. Their mutual antagonism turns into an uneasy alliance, however, when yet another alien fleet attacks both the Klingons and the Enterprise. I can not say that it was outright bad, as the political situation on Sindikash was intriguing and the idea of the holonovel also pretty interesting. See details for description of any imperfections. She has been the lead-off writer for two Star Trek spin-off book series: Star Trek The Next Generation with Star Trek: Ghost Ship, and the novelization of the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot, Broken Bow. But according to Memory Alpha it sounds as though the Alexander plot was supposed to be the primary story.
In this book the Revolutionary War battle plot definitely became a primary focus, with the Sindikash elements almost an afterthought at times. How can he root out the corruption on Sindikash without resorting to deceit and treachery himself? Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. I kind of struggled through this book, because whilst the core subject and plot were interesting, it was cluttered with all this. Looking back at the book though I kind of liked that she focused on Alexander a bit more. But honor demands its price. Day of Honor - Book 1 of 4. The closest she's come to that, outside of Ancient Blood, is her historical novel Banners about the War of 1812 which has some seafaring scenes.
But honor demands its price. It's easy to forget Alexander is part human, and it was interesting to see him study that part of himself for a change. But according to Memory Alpha it sounds as though the Alexander plot was supposed to be the primary story. Carey was born on October 2, 1954 in , United States. It is what I tend to do at least. How can he root out the corruption on Sindikash without resorting to deceit and treachery himself? May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.
About this Item: Star Trek. It is what I tend to do at least. Diane Carey is a wonderful Star Trek author, and she pulls this story off very well. This book has 2 generally distinct storylines, but you could tell Carey was much more interested in the more nautical oriented storyline in her book as that is given greater attention. The spine is likely creased and the cover scuffed or slightly torn. Perhaps this would be a Trek novel that is a little different? With time running out, Torres has one last chance to accept the great loss she once suffered and reveal the true feelings she has buried for years.
Diane Carey is primarily a science fiction author best known for her work in the Star Trek franchise. Inventory : 1678308 Unless alternate arrangements have been made, payment is expected at the time of purchase. Along withhis son, Worf must confront deadly danger -- and the innerstruggles of his Klingon soul. Worf finds his honor tested when he goes undercover to infiltrate a planetary criminal network. Worf finds his honour put to the test when he goes undercover to infiltrate the planetary criminal network. We accept payment by credit card, PayPal, check, or money order.
The Day of Honour is upon the crew of the Enterprise once more and this is a special year for Worf as he wants to show his son what honour truly means. Perhaps I've forgotten some of my Picardism; it's been a while since I saw any on television. How can he root out the corruption on Sindikash without resorting to deceit and treachery himself? For more information, please see. Worf's dilemma is shared by his son Alexander, who searches for the true meaning of honor in his own human heritage. It's also at least a year later if I have my years correct. However, the B plot completely takes over the book, in my opinion, and just drags the whole story.
However, intergalactic politics have other plans and Worf is instead needed to travel to the remote planet of Sindikash to try and uncover corruption at the very highest level. I understand the author likes old ships and sailing, and apparently even American Revolutionary history -- but I really came for a Star Trek story, not a lecture in how to sail. About this Item: Star Trek. To true Klingon warriors, no occasion is more sacred than the Day of Honor, when they pay homage to all that makes them Klingon. Worf finds his honor tested when he goes undercover to infiltrate a planetary criminal network. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Established in 2004, we have over 500,000 books in stock. How can he root out the corruption on Sindikash without resorting to deceit and treachery himself? The Klingons are not my favourite Star Trek species, they bang on about honour so much that it hamstrings their entire existence. If you like Worf, you will like this. Although written in the 90s, this book has parallels in the politics of Britain today. B'Elanna Torres and Tom Paris must put their lives on the line to restore the engines. I was really glad when this book was over, honestly. I understand the author likes old ships and sailing, and apparently even American Revolutionary history -- but I really came for a Star Trek story, not a lectu Hoo boy.
I personally actually liked the Revolutionary War elements of the story more that the Sindikash elements. Though I enjoyed the Picard storyline more, where he handles being on a real sailing ship when America wanted independance from the British. But all in all, it was a good, original story that fits in well with the Trek universe. I found this very interesting, but perhaps not what author Diane Carey was thinking about when writing. The Federation wants Signi Beta, but the Klingon Empire has the stronger claim. All images copyright Pocket Books. You can tell Carey seems much more at home with the nautical themes of the Revolutionary War story.