Diplomatic Implausibility YEARS AGO The expanding Klingon TM Empire found a frozen world rich in deposits of the mineral topaline They named the planet taD Klingon for frozen and they called the people jeghpu wI conquered

  • Title: Diplomatic Implausibility
  • Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • ISBN: 9780671785543
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback
  • 200 YEARS AGO The expanding Klingon TM Empire found a frozen world rich in deposits of the mineral topaline They named the planet taD Klingon for frozen and they called the people jeghpu wI conquered FOUR YEARS AGO The Klingon Empire invaded Cardassia, breaching the Khitomer Accords and causing a break with the Federation On taD, depleted Klingon forces200 YEARS AGO The expanding Klingon TM Empire found a frozen world rich in deposits of the mineral topaline They named the planet taD Klingon for frozen and they called the people jeghpu wI conquered FOUR YEARS AGO The Klingon Empire invaded Cardassia, breaching the Khitomer Accords and causing a break with the Federation On taD, depleted Klingon forces were overthrown in a small coup d etat, and the victorious rebels took advantage of the disruption to appeal for recognition from the FederationW The Klingons have returned to taD and re established their control But the stubborn rebels insist on Federation recognition A solution to the diplomatic impasse must be found, a task that falls to the Federation s new ambassador to the Klingon Empire Worf.Worf thinks of himself as a fighter, not a negotiator, but the Federation disagrees Now, for the sake of the Federation and the Empire, a Klingon warrior must weave a fragile peace out of a situation ripe for war

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    1. I originally created the UNITED FEDERATION OF CHARLES review site to talk about nothing but the Star Trek Expanded Universe but like SF Debris, it just sort of wandered in every which way but the one I intended to review But I do love the Star Trek Expanded Universe and while I ll never be able to review a hundred of the books I want to review, I still have time to read some of them I ve decided, since I fell behind on the Typhon Pact books, I would read the Klingon Empire series by Keith R.A De [...]


    2. A lot of familiar Klingon faces from TNG and DS9 make an appereance Worf s character is portrayed spot on The smartest Klingon you will ever meet.


    3. While the book posed an interesting story, I didn t enjoy the over usage of the klingon language in the book The glossy in the back what a nice set of definitions, but it got annoying having to check it so often Perhaps if I knew klingon, it would have been enjoyable That aside, the story was enjoyable.



    4. It is obvious that Keith R.A DeCandido loves Star Trek and is extremely familiar with the show If I hadn t known that already, I would have discovered it reading this book Diplomatic Implausibility features Worf after he has become the Klingon ambassador for the Federation after the Dominion War This is, essentially, his first assignment find a diplomatic solution to the problems arising at the planet of taD The planet was conquered by the Klingons ages ago, but during the Dominion War, for a br [...]


    5. I understand why so many reviewers have decided to give this book a five star review, and I mostly agree that it deserves it However, there is one small issue I have with this book, but before I speak to that issue let me give a short synopsis of what you ll find within it and what I liked about it.Diplomatic Implausibility is the story of Worf and his new position as an ambassador for the Federation On a distant planet, a planet held by the Klingons, a race of citizens attempt to rebuff the rul [...]


    6. It s weird that for a book that s ostensibly about Worf, it almost seems that his story was just the B plot and that the crew of the Gorkon was the A plot Which was fine, but I felt like this quite short book could have done with another hundred pages or so to flesh it out Also, as it was written before The Left Hand of Destiny it feels awkward in how it follows on from those books.Worf was fun to get to see as an ambassador, and I liked his aide, Wu The aliens he dealt with have some potential [...]


    7. This is a well written book, the predecessor of the IKS Gorkon series starring Captain Klag.If you have read any of that series and enjoyed them, this book is a must read, even if one of the reasons that I only gave it four stars is that it seemed to me that there were a few minor inconsistencies in characterization between this book and that series If you are a fan of Klingon culture in general, or Worf in particular, this is likewise a must On the other hand, if, like me, you can take Worf or [...]


    8. I enjoyed this one quite a bit I found it a bit hard to picture quadrupeds in a Star Trek universe, but only because they couldn t afford to do it on the TV series I also had trouble from time to time picturing their environment, but I may have just been reading too fast That s really my only issues with the book The story and personalities were all top notch.The biggest jewel of the novel is how alive the author made the crew of the IKS Gorkon Although, their involvement is only part of the nov [...]


    9. Worf is sent on his first diplomatic mission as ambassador to the Klingon Empire A planet wants to stop being a part of the empire First off this is not a Next Gen book, it is solely about Worf and Klingons Worf is great in his new role, and there are some classic moments The Klingon ship s crew all seem to have appeared in previous TNG episodes, and there is a likeability factor to them A very good read, especially for Worf fans.


    10. I bought and started to re watch star trek DS9 in the winter of 2007 when I finished the seasons and felt up to date with Star trek I started reading the novels I didn t know where to start, so at the used book store I picked up this book I love Worf, and sence this book is about him i thought it a good place to start This book is a must read for anyone who wants to read DeCandido s IKS Gorkon seires.


    11. Worf, the new Federation ambassador to the Klingon Empire, takes on his first diplomatic mission The warrior must become a negotiator in the face of a civil uprising on a conquered planet Author Keith R A DeCandido obviously enjoys writing about Klingons.Published in mass market paperback by Pocket Books.


    12. Marvelous Worf s first mission as an ambassador and the beginning of the IKS Gorkon saga a ship crewed by some of the all time best Klingon guest characters Qapla KRAD I can t wait to read the next one.


    13. Not bad Worf and the Klingons are interesting Good fun to read when your mind needs a rest and you want a bit of relaxation I will read Nice break from the world sometimes


    14. A very well written, relativistic and smart tale about diplomacy exercised by a culture very dissimilar to our own.



    15. An entertaining tale of Worf s transition from Starfleet officer to ambassador, sometimes marred by the author s need to tie up loose ends and introduce his own Klingon series.


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