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Errand of Fury - Seeds of Rage
April 2005 Cover Image


 BOOK DETAILS

  • 287 Pages
  • April 2005
  • Pocket Books
  • Paperback
  • $7.99 U.S.
  • $11.99 Canada
ISBN: 0-7434-8053-8
ERRAND OF FURY - SEEDS OF RAGE

By: Kevin Ryan

Book #1 of 3

Following the harrowing events of the Errand of Vengeance trilogy, tensions between the Federation and the Klingon Empire are the highest they've been since the battle of Donatu V twenty-five years earlier. Even as Federation Ambassador Robert Fox engages in tense negotiations with the Klingon ambassador to maintain peace, Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise sees his vessel refit from a ship of exploration into a ship of war.  The coming conflict will take its toll on many personal lives as well . . .

Leslie Parrish: The security supervisor is stunned to learn that she is pregnant by her recently killed lover, Jon Anderson - and that Anderson was, in fact, a Klingon spy, surgically altered to pass as human.

Karel: Brother of the Klingon agent posing as Jon Anderson, and responsible for his death, Captain Koloth's new first officer faces a crisis of faith as he sees the Klingon Empire falling into dishonorable ruin.

Michael Fuller: Father of Enterprise security supervisor Sam Fuller, who was killed in a battle with the Klingons, his son's death reminds him of Donatu V, of which he was one of the few survivors.  Has Fuller reenlisted in Starfleet and joined the Enterprise security team out of loyalty - or vengeance?


TREKKIEGUY'S REVIEW


What's with Kevin Ryan and the titles of his books?
'Errand of Vengeance' and 'Errand of Fury.'
Wow, sounds like he has a few anger issues.

Anyway . . .

I just went back and re-read my reviews for the three
novels in the "Errand of Vengeance" series and
realized I wasn't looking forward to a continuation of the series.

Oh well, enough time has passed so I'm OK with it.

The naming of characters using names of actual people
still bugs me (read my review here) and I found only once
where they referred to Karel as Kell.  Proof reading still necessary!

Anyway, all that aside, I enjoyed this novel quite a bit.

We get a look at the battle of Donatu V which Spock mentions in the
classic episode "The Trouble With Tribbles" which I really enjoyed.

Something else I really liked is the book's cover.  Scroll back
up and take another look.  I've always liked the UFP banner
from the episode "And The Children Shall Lead" and showing
it ripped with a Klingon knife stuck in it is very dramatic!
Kudos to the artist!



OVERALL RATING






Engines of DestinyVanguard - Harbinger




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