Possession

Possession

J.M. Dillard Kathleen O'Malley / Sep 19, 2019

Possession Eighty years ago bodiless entities brought a plague of violence and bloodshed to the planet Vulcan The nightmare ended only when the entities were trapped inside special containers Now on the eve of

  • Title: Possession
  • Author: J.M. Dillard Kathleen O'Malley
  • ISBN: 9780671864859
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eighty years ago, bodiless entities brought a plague of violence and bloodshed to the planet Vulcan The nightmare ended only when the entities were trapped inside special containers Now, on the eve of a galaxy scale scientific exposition, the containers have been opened, freeing the malevolent entities to possess the minds and bodies of all they encounter, including theEighty years ago, bodiless entities brought a plague of violence and bloodshed to the planet Vulcan The nightmare ended only when the entities were trapped inside special containers Now, on the eve of a galaxy scale scientific exposition, the containers have been opened, freeing the malevolent entities to possess the minds and bodies of all they encounter, including the crew of the Starship Enterprise TM Friends turn into foes, and no one can be trusted as Captain Picard faces a deadly and insidious threat Unless the entities can be stopped once , they will spread their madness throughout the entire federation.

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    About "J.M. Dillard Kathleen O'Malley"

      • J.M. Dillard Kathleen O'Malley

        J.M Dillard born 1954 , is a writer of science fiction and horror.She was born in Florida and studied at the University of South Florida, earning first a BA in Russian and then an MA in Linguistics After college she taught English as a foreign language at the American University in Washington, D.C before moving to the West Coast.


    585 Comments

    1. This is not one of the best that this series has had to offer, but it is not the worst either. It reads, and feels like a stand alone story, even though it is actually the sequel of a book in the Star Trek book franchise. That's a good thing, since you don't need to have read that book to follow the story here.The story drags in some parts, but once things start happening, the story picks up. Ironically, I would have loved to see those parts expanded on. There is, however, one draw back to it. T [...]


    2. I am not entirely sure why but this one felt like a chore to go through. I've always wanted a little more character thoughts before they make a decision but this seemed too overboard in that regard. I guess I wanted a little more action. This is the kind of story I was expecting with the Devil's Heart and did not get so it was good that it was here but not overly a fan of the book. Glad I'm done.


    3. This book is a moderate to light read, which helps pass the time without draining my brain power on trying to figure out what is going on with the story and the characters. My primary complaint about the writing is the dialogue from some of the characters seems atypical of their personalities. I have already drawn accustomed to their speaking styles from watching the television program in which the book is based upon. There were certain words and sentence structures from the book that do not qui [...]


    4. I spent about half the time reading this thinking it was based on an episode, only to Google it once I’d finished the book and discovered it was apparently an original book. The plot itself was thin, but I did love the depictions of favorite characters like Worf, and Deanna, and however briefly, Guinan as well.


    5. Decent TNG book that deals with a foreign invader that the sensors cannot detect. While it was still a great book, it reminded me a few different episodes of TNG where similar events occurred. The authors did a great job at capturing the characters likeness. I would have liked to see a better closure to Worf's new friend. 4.5/5


    6. An enjoyable enough story, light - not in terms of content, but scope. It really had the feel of a TNG episode, though things would have necessarily been shortened onscreen, the essential concept of the novel would have made a very good episode indeed. Characterisation goes far enough to fill the story though not too deep as you'd expect. Overall, a neat little entry into the saga.


    7. I loved it; Possession is a nice piece of Trek-horror. At first, I have to admit, I was like: "Is this going to be one of those boring Star Trek novels about characters made up by the authors that I don't care about?" But it wasn't and the characters original to the novel were engaging nevertheless. A fun, fast paced, and engaging read. Make it so.


    8. Just adding a few more Star Trek novels I found while working in the shed, so they're in my list here; that way, I can easily see which ones we don't have and bookmooch only titles we're missing. But to be honest, I don't remember any of these stories particularly well, and will have to post an actual review when and if I get around to re-reading them in the future.


    9. An unusual type of story for the books. The Enterprise personnel are taken over by beings who feed on emotion. Most of the characters are like you would expect, and it could definately be a tv episode. A good story.


    10. This book was a little thinbut it was good enough to make me go back and reread the novel whose events it picked up. Things here just didn't seem all that consistent with the Trek philosophy for some reason.


    11. this book was absolutely horrid. I don't expect great literature from star trek books, but this one is a new level of bad. The characters were one-dimensional and didn't act like themselves at all. The storyline was predictable and inane.



    12. One of the first Trek books I ever read. It was awesome. 300+ Trek books later, I've enjoyed nearly all of them. :)





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