Book Reviews of A Rock and a Hard Place (Star Trek Next Generation, No 10)

A Rock and a Hard Place (Star Trek Next Generation, No 10)
A Rock and a Hard Place - Star Trek Next Generation, No 10
Author: Peter David
ISBN-13: 9780671693640
ISBN-10: 0671693646
Publication Date: 1/2/1990
Pages: 244
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Star Trek
Book Type: Paperback
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Riker takes a vacation to visit some friends on a terraforming colony and ends up caught up in a mystery. We get to see some backstory on Riker, but overall the book is pretty forgettable.
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The best star trek next generation novel and the one with the most writing about the relationship between Riker and Deanna Troi.
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This story introduces a character named "Stone," who has questionable judgement, appears brutally ruthless, and extremely capable -- and still a Starfleet officer. While Riker gets sent to an ice ball of a planet where he fights for his life.
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Another interesting TNG book, although I don't feel it meets some of the other books. It does bring a little insight into the relationship between Riker and Troi.
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Riker lunged, grabbed the ice axxe and sswung it as hard as he could. The Axe slammed into the Wild Thing's left eye and it screamed, a scream that was almost human, and fell back Riker scrambled to his feet swinging the axe back and forth, trying to keep the creature at bay.
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Very good story line. Lots of Star Trek action, very interesting high ranking characters and some old feelings resurfaced. Excellent Trek Novel. I give this one a 7 out of ten for content, Star Trek authenticity, story line, and content.