A Time to Hate

  • Title: A Time to Hate
  • Author: Robert Greenberger
  • ISBN: 9780743462891
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Time to Hate Captain Jean Luc Picard and his crew become caught in the middle of a violent outbreak of destruction between the Bader and Dorset races that have colonized the planet Delta Sigma IV as they race agai
    Captain Jean Luc Picard and his crew become caught in the middle of a violent outbreak of destruction between the Bader and Dorset races that have colonized the planet Delta Sigma IV as they race against time to stop the carnage and save their own lives Original.

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    1. Not really sure I want to give it three like 2.5 stars. Of the series so far, this was my least favorite. It seemed to go on forever, and with the countless problems the characters faced, everything seemed to wrap up much too neatly for my tastes. This is pleasure reading for me, and I really feel like the authors forced this novel (as well as the previous one - the series works in pairs). If you're reading the series, of course, read this one, but know ahead of time that it's a space filler for [...]

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    2. Once again, this series delivers; can't wait to see where the story arc goes from here!

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    3. This is part 2 of Robert Greenberger's contribution to the "A Time To" series from 2004 that fills in the gap regarding the events that take place between Insurrection and Nemesis. Technically this is the 6th book in that series but the reader can jump into books 5-6 without reading books 1-4. I want to give Robert Greenberger another chance but, with all due respect, I didn't really think these two books held my interest as much as the contributions of John Vornholt (books 1-2) or Dayton Ward & [...]

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    4. Very enjoyable two parter, the best of the A Time to series so far. Highly recommended for Riker fans.

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    5. A Time to Give Up almost. Perhaps the dictionary definition of déjà vu, the second volume in Robert Greenberger's contribution to the "A Time to" series left me in despair at the sheer amount of blatant filler and repetition spread copiously throughout the book. The author had a solid premise in the first book - the idea that a society has been drugged to subdue their aggressive and violent tendencies is fascinating material to work with. Sadly, aside from a nice moral argument between Crusher [...]

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    6. I had major problems with A TIME TO LOVE, the first part of the duology (which is also part of a 9 book series chronicling the time between the movies Insurrection and Nemesis). I'm happy to say that this second part was much better, although it still had some problems.The premise is that two rival races colonized a single planet in a surprising bout of mutual cooperation a hundred years ago, becoming the Federation's prime example of overcoming aggression and working together to achieve your go [...]

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    7. A generic science fiction novel can be clinically summed up as a novel that marries a scientific or technological premise with imaginative speculation.' True words indeed, but perhaps not exactly what a science fiction novel truly is. For yes, there is the scientific or technological premise, and the speculation based on this premise in order to formulate an interesting piece of fiction, but there is also the release that people find from science fiction. It offers us a chance to expand the hori [...]

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    8. More Star Trek fluff. This time Robert Greenberger completes his part of the story. I didn't like his dark end. He also killed a minor character that I don't think he should have, but who am I to say. He completed the work of many Star Trek fans by getting Riker and Troi engaged. That is the fun of writing in a book set in time between two events. He just has to stay within the walls of movies, but since there really isn't expected to be any more Next Gen movies anything goes. It was indeed fluf [...]

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    9. The inhabitants of Delta Sigma IV have lost all their vaunted “unity;” they were drugged by a ubiquitous native plant and now the drug has worn off. The Federation in trying to cure the planet’s very short lifespan, have unleashed this madness to populations that never needed to learn control. Kyle Riker, who knew there was a problem, but didn’t speak up, is found by Will and together, they set off to do good. Until Kyle is killed by a rage-filled person, just before the cure comes. Troi [...]

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    10. Initially, I believed that the first book in the series was drawn out and filled with padding in order to save what small portion of the story for the second, concluding book. However, I'm disappointed to say that that was not true. This book lacked in every way that A Time to Love did. It followed the same exact formula that the first book did. Start a scene, talk a lot about nothing, do nothing, then quickly switch scenes in order to rehash again. This was done nearly the entire first book, an [...]

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    11. Finally! After seven seasons and three movies, we get to see Commander Riker propose to Counselor Troi. Oh yeah, and there was also the conclusion to the Delta Sigma IV storyline as well :-).Captain Picard and the Enterprise are doing their best to keep an entire planet from killing one another. Dr. Crusher has discovered why these once peaceful Bader and Dorset turned violent, but can she get a cure produced before it's too late?Commander Riker and his father catch up to the first of the inhabi [...]

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    12. The second book of the third two part segment in the whole 9 book series. That's a mouth full.They sow up the story nicely and end it with a different type of story. The main storyline ends about 2/3 of the way through this book and the last 1/3 is dedicated to deepening the history and character development of Riker, Troi & how Starfleet works behind the scenes. The last chapter is short and does tie back to the main story a bit, but some people may miss the link and be confusedBUT if you a [...]

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    13. To be honest I read this one mainly to find out about the proposal between Troi and Riker and to see what happened between Riker and his Father. I found the rest of the plot a bit 'meh'. There was a lot of focus on secondary characters and the parts involving main characters felt a little bit rushed. Kyle dies saving Riker which whilst not completely unbelievable was a bit out of the blue and slightly more than blink and you miss it. Having said that it did kind of wrap up their relationship and [...]

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    14. Yet another in the sequence of books filling in the gap between Star Trek: Insurrection and Nemesis.But an interesting story line about genetic nature vs. environmental influences (here, biology--think the episode "This Side of Paradise" of the original series, though more elegant than plants with a tendency to behave like they are a shotgun), family dynamics, and urban warfare. Oh, an a deep thread of suspicious activity at Starfleet Command. Yes, boys and girls, this is after the Dominion War, [...]

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    15. HATE continues the weak story from LOVE. It is an okay book and a good time killer. If you expect to be moved or thrilled this is not the book for it. We do get to see more of Kyle Riker and the proposal of marriage between Riker and Troi, but the book is lacking. The relationship between Seer and Riker is likely the most interesting part of the novel, but some of the other situations seem absurd. Why would Kyle Riker do some of the things he does? The "sense of guilt" angle gets old and lame qu [...]

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    16. This book is half of a well-written, compelling story. If you enjoy books that end on a cliffhanger, with an implied "tune in next time, same bat-time, same bat-channel" continuation to the next book, then consider this a five-star review. If, on the other hand, like me you get dreadfully sick of paying money for a book with no ending, (or in this case beginning, as this is the conclusion of the story which began in "A Time To Love") you may want to avoid it, or at least plan on reading it conti [...]

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    17. I would actually give this one (and the previous book, "A Time to Love") only 2 1/2 stars, but I can't do that, unfortunately. The story itself *wanted* to be good, it just seemed too ambitious, and the writing, much like the architecture and creativity on Delta Sigma IV, was just too bland. These two books together didn't excite me, but they are part of the "A Time to " series, so getting through them was necessary.

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    18. Unfortunately the situation did not improved since the preceding book in the series.Again this book is a endless collection of small adventures on the ill-fated colony world seen from the Enterprise's crew members point of view.The story is simply unbelievable from any point you look at it: scientifically, personally, tactically and logically.

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    19. The second part of the story. Riker has found his Dad and is going after a murderer. Meanwhile, Picard and the rest of the crew are trying to stop violence on a global scale. Crusher is looking for a medical miracle too. This is a fast paced read and is worth it for Riker/Troi moments. Seriously if you are a fan of that relationship you need to read this book. A good read.

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    20. The story really kind of was slow. For a long time All the way thru the first book and into the second I wasn't really into it. Yes it was a story and it wasn't bad but it just wasn't exciting me. The last 3/4 of this book really started to excite me and by the end I really liked it. There are still loose ends but it was a pretty good read!

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    21. Better than a Time to Love, its prequel, but still suffering from the same uniform mediocrity of the whole series. These two had a very interesting plot line, but easily could have just been one book. Hate was just WAY too drawn out, and while this was better it was forcibly drawn out just to reach the length of a book. Again, too much repetitive musings, too much repetition just in general.

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    22. It was an okay read but the story had a little too many flaws and errors. I liked the insight into Rikers character and learning more about the troubled relationship with his father but the there were too many little things that bothered me to really enjoy the story.

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    23. Yet again another fantastic change of pace. These books concentrate on a much more diplomatic mission and also had a lot of intrigue in the Starfleet Intelligence sub-plot. Yet more answers to the who's and why's of the start of Nemesis too !

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    24. Okayis series starts off terribly, and gets a little better. This is one of the best so far, but sort of ends in a muddle. A book needs more of a purpose than "explain" a bit of trivia from the terrible film Nemesis.

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    25. Not bad, not great. There were some fairly rough patches of writing, and I think this one would have benefited from another pass with the editor. Specifically, some reused phrases or pieces of information that left me thinking, "I know. Come on, get on with it already."

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    26. I am enjoying this series of books by the different authors. I recommend for Star Trek fans.

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    27. A brilliant continuation of a mediocre book.

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    28. Better than its predecessor, but still continues the mediocrity that seems to be plaguing the latter half of the series.

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    29. My notes: ordinarydream/startrek

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