Book Reviews of Titan, Book Three: Orion's Hounds (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

Titan, Book Three: Orion's Hounds (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
Titan Book Three Orion's Hounds - Star Trek: The Next Generation
Author: Christopher L. Bennett
ISBN-13: 9781416509509
ISBN-10: 141650950X
Publication Date: 12/27/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Star Trek
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Titan, Book Three: Orion's Hounds (Star Trek: The Next Generation) on + 11 more book reviews
This author sines once again in the latest installment of the Titan series. The story focuses on how the crew struggles to respect the differences of others without trying to impose their own beliefs or settle into their own predjudices.

An excellent read!
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Not a page turner. Bennett spends way too much time referencing other Star Trek story lines and histories, and not enough time focusing on the main plot. The book could easily have been half its current length if he had just gotten to the point without all the rehashing.
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This series finally seems to have a start. The first two books in the Titan series are good and they do a good job introducing the series and tying in the story arch, if you will, from the last Generations movie. However, with that said, Bennett really gets this crew away from the usual and into the unexplored.

This book really lets you see deep into the Troi character for the first time. Star Trek fans know Troi, but this book somehow does what no other writer, book or TV, has done to date. You see right into what makes her tick. This is true for all the Titan characters. Bennett really gets into what makes these characters ... alien.

A must read!