Thin Air (2020)

Thin Air Kristine Kathryn Rusch Dean Wesley Smith Thin Air Many light years away from the safety of the Federation the Starship Enterprise stands guard over an alien world whose unique natural resources could change the balance of power throughout the galaxy
  • Title: Thin Air
  • Author: Kristine Kathryn Rusch Dean Wesley Smith
  • ISBN: 9780671785772
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
Thin Air Kristine Kathryn Rusch Dean Wesley Smith Many light years away from the safety of the Federation, the Starship Enterprise stands guard over an alien world whose unique natural resources could change the balance of power throughout the galaxy The ship s crucial assignment to maintain a Federation presence on the Planet below, to defend the world s newly arrived inhabitants from hostile aliens, and to fight a sMany light years away from the safety of the Federation, the Starship Enterprise stands guard over an alien world whose unique natural resources could change the balance of power throughout the galaxy The ship s crucial assignment to maintain a Federation presence on the Planet below, to defend the world s newly arrived inhabitants from hostile aliens, and to fight a solitary battle against all who would claim the planet s riches for their own Thin AirAgainst all odds, Kirk and his crew have preserved the struggling Federation colony on Belle Terre, but their heroic efforts may have been in vain In a last ditch attempt to drive the entrenched settlers off their new home, the alien Kauld have contaminated the planet s atmosphere with a destructive biochemical agent that will soon render the entire world inimical to human life With only weeks to spare, Spock races to find a scientific solution to their dire predicament, while Kirk takes the battle to the enemy, determined to wrest the secret of their salvation from the very forces out to destroy the future of this new Earth
Thin Air Kristine Kathryn Rusch Dean Wesley Smith

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  1. Jess

    I found this book to be one of the enjoyable ones in the series The idea of death by suffocation is certainly one of the novel alien takeover strategies I ve seen There was also a reasonable amount of believable suspense going on until the end, where suddenly everything just solved itself without much explanation Spock rigged up something to save the day Typical I enjoyed seeing the characters develop in this book, especially Governor Pardonnet It would seem that he matured greatly over the pa [...]

  2. Tommy Verhaegen

    Very strong, exciting book Not only is there the danger that the crew of the Enterprise has to face and defend against, this time there is also plenty of attention to the other side of the medal Hero sm, rescue, survival, etc fo the one can mean a death sentence for the others A generally beneficiary decision also can make its victims And when you finally get to grips with the whole situation the real blow falls from a forgotten side It is not a funny book but it packs action but also drama.

  3. Benjamin Plume

    After the first book, these really changed tone Since the first was about getting there there was a epic feel, with problems A, B, and C to deal with in turn After that each one had one problem and solution, really I m not arguing that one format is better than the other, but just know that there s a change, and for that epic feel to return you really have to think of books 2 5 as a unit.

  4. Raymond Shields

    I loved the tale in this volume Ordinary people from all walks of life coming together and, together, achieving the impossible But I couldn t give 5 stars because there were several typographical errors that I could not overlook But the force of the story alone warrants a 4 star rating.

  5. Kreg

    A vast improvement on books 3 and 4 in the series Characterizations were pretty good for the most part, and even the treknology which was the downfall of the previous two books was done well.

  6. C.A. Craven

    I ve enjoyed this series of books as a whole, but in this one, I found myself really liking the minor characters, especially Tegan Welch and Captain Staerbaek and their adorable romance.

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