Star Trek Gulliver's Fugitives (Star Trek The Next Generation #11)

by Keith Sharee | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
ISBN: 0671701304 Global Overview for this book
Registered by whiskeyjane of Albuquerque, New Mexico USA on 1/27/2010
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3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by whiskeyjane from Albuquerque, New Mexico USA on Wednesday, January 27, 2010
On the planet Rampart, imagination is a crime and death is its punishment!

FROM BACK COVER: While searching for the USS Huxley, missing for more than 10 years, the Enterprise stumbles across a forgotten colony of humans on a planet called Rampart, where fiction and works of the imagination of any kind are considered a heinous crime. A survey team beams aboard the ship to search for "contraband" and the crew are drawn immediately into a vicious civil war between Rampart's mind police and a band of determined rebels.

Journal Entry 2 by whiskeyjane at -- Mail or by hand -rings, RABCK, meetings, New Mexico USA on Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Released 8 yrs ago (1/27/2010 UTC) at -- Mail or by hand -rings, RABCK, meetings, New Mexico USA


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Journal Entry 3 by wingemmejowing from Cortland, New York USA on Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Thanks! I will add this book to the pile of TBR. I don't believe I have read any of this author's work, so this should be an adventure.

Journal Entry 4 by wingemmejowing from Cortland, New York USA on Friday, February 12, 2010
I tried to get into this book but simply couldn't. The plot was ridiculously simplistic and cliche, I figured out the cause of Troi's drama (and thus "the big mystery") on page 21. I am tempted to say that this book is like bad fan fiction written by a thirteen year old, except I have read many stories by 13 year olds who write so much better that it would be offensive to them to compare them to this author. Why do publishers even publish this drivel?

Journal Entry 5 by wingemmejowing at Wegmans, 500 South Meadow St. in Ithaca, New York USA on Friday, April 09, 2010

Released 8 yrs ago (4/9/2010 UTC) at Wegmans, 500 South Meadow St. in Ithaca, New York USA



Left in the waiting area by the pharmacy.

I hope it will find a reader who likes it more than I did.

Journal Entry 6 by AtomicCornell on Sunday, May 09, 2010
Wow! What a pleasant surprise finding this wonderful book entitled "Star Trek: The Next Generation - Gulliver's Fugitives" by famed author, Keith Sharee at Wegmans Pharmacy in gorgeous Ithaca, New York (home of Cornell University and The Moosewood Restaurant), where I reside. As a recent victim of a horrific no-fault of my own head-on motor vehicle accident, I was "looking" for some interesting books to occupy my time during what I have been told by medical specialists to be a very long road to recovery. I am hoping and praying that this great find is a sign of more good things to come in the near future - after the crippling and agonizing ordeal - with many broken bones, external and internal injuries and post traumatic stress disorder. Books are fantastic therapy and the right medicine for me. I sincerely thank the kind soul and this incredible organization for leaving the book where either I discovered it or it "found me". Upon finishing this exciting novel, it will likely make its way to Montreal Canada, Missouri or New York City, depending on which friend visits me next and is interested in bringing it with them to read and leave for yet another deserving recipient! Please accept my expression of gratitude and know that you made a difference in this blessed, joyous and fortunate survivor. By the way, my name is "Tom" and I am a graduate of Cornell University. Peace to all! - Tom 05/09/2010


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