Star Trek: Voyager — Children of the Storm

{4.5/5} “It was at that moment that the most alien species he had ever encountered became something more than a dangerous curiosity, or a problem to be solved. It was at that moment that Liam O’Donnell learned that he shared with these strange dancing spheres a small shred of common ground.”

Star Trek: Voyager — Children of the Storm by Kirsten Beyer, published in 2011

The Children of the Storm told the Federation not to return to their space the first time they encountered them. But these powerful aliens had defeated the Borg, so Starfleet was curious about them. Part of the Voyager fleet is instructed to go close to their territory. On Voyager, Neelix has arrived to visit this old friends. Meanwhile, Fleet Commander Asfarah Eden wants to know where she comes from — and she think it’s somewhere in the Delta quadrant.

It’s about mending fences, inscrutable aliens, and working with people who have different opinions.

The storyline continues to be engaging — sending Voyager back to the Delta quadrant was a clever idea.

I’ve read 4 books by Beyer. I previously reviewed Star Trek: Voyager — Unworthy.

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