Bless the Beasts

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Simon & Schuster, 1996 - Fiction - 274 pages
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In desperate need of crucial repairs, the "Starship Voyager" TM has come to Sardalia, a planet blessed with great natural beauty and apparently friendly inhabitants. The Sardalians welcome "Voyager" enthusiastically, but Captain Janeway soon grows suspicious. The Sardalians seem almost too eager to help. Janeway fears they are hiding some secret agenda. When Tom Paris and Harry Kim disappear while visiting the planet, the captain and her crew find themselves caught in the middle of a planetary war -- and faced with an agonizing moral dilemma.

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Review: Bless the Beasts (Star Trek: Voyager #10)

User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

After reading this I realized keeping Star Trek Voyager books just wasn't worth it. I didn't like the show or characters much and the off chance that an actual good science fiction story would be set ... Read full review

Review: Bless the Beasts (Star Trek: Voyager #10)

User Review  - Vesmé - Goodreads

It's been awhile since I've read this, in fact I don't remember much about it. I flicked through it and see I scribbled down notes (unusual behaviour for me; I don't normally mark books) during the Tom Paris and Harry Kim scenes making them seem shippier. :) Read full review


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George R. R. Martin, Raymond E. Feist, Poul Andersen, Harry Turtledove, Terry Pratchett, Robin Hobb, Ursula Le Guin, Orson Scott Card, Terri Windling.

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