A Good Day to Die BEGINNING AN ALL NEW SERIES OF KLINGON TM ADVENTURES These are the voyages of the Klingon Defense Force vessel I K S Gorkon part of the mighty new Chancellor class Its mission to explore strange new

  • Title: A Good Day to Die
  • Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • ISBN: 9780743457149
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • BEGINNING AN ALL NEW SERIES OF KLINGON TM ADVENTURES These are the voyages of the Klingon Defense Force vessel I.K.S Gorkon, part of the mighty new Chancellor class Its mission to explore strange new worlds seek out new life and new civilizationsd to conquer them for the greater glory of the Klingon Empire Newly inducted into the prestigious Order of thBEGINNING AN ALL NEW SERIES OF KLINGON TM ADVENTURES These are the voyages of the Klingon Defense Force vessel I.K.S Gorkon, part of the mighty new Chancellor class Its mission to explore strange new worlds seek out new life and new civilizationsd to conquer them for the greater glory of the Klingon Empire Newly inducted into the prestigious Order of the Bat leth, Captain Klag, son of M Raq, leads the crew of the Gorkon into the unexplored Kavrot Sector to find new planets on which to plant the Klingon flag There, they discover the Children of San Tarah, a species with a warrior culture that rivals and perhaps exceeds the Klingons own, living on a planet that would be a great addition to the Empire Klag could call in General Talak s fleet to bring the world under the Klingons heel but the San Tarah offer Klag a challenge he cannot refuse The Gorkon crew and the San Tarah will engage in several martial contests If the Klingons lose, they will go and never trouble the planet again but if they are victorious, the San Tarah will cede themselves to the Empire, and Klag will have singlehandedly conquered an entire world The first tale in a glorious adventure that will be remembered in song and story throughout the Empire

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    1. STAR TREK: IKS GORKON: A GOOD DAY TO DIE by Keith R.A. Decandido is a book which is impossible for me to dislike. I actually have complaints about the book and a few criticisms (which aren't quite the same thing) but they aren't going to keep from giving it five stars because KLINGONS. Geeks are genetically engineered to like Klingons. Even more so than Star Trek as a whole, everyone loves the honorable and dishonorable warriors of Kahless.Honestly, I'm stunned I didn't start this series earlier [...]

    2. Good story. Follows the I K S Gorkon as they are sent to find new worlds to conquer for the Klingon Empire. When the inhabitants offer to surrender if the crew beats them in four tests (if the Klingons lose they must leave the planet never to return), Captain Klag agrees. The story is told from multiple characters perspectives which provides a view of life aboard the ship from the bridge down to the average soldier. When Klag loses the final contest, he agrees to leave the planet unconquered. He [...]

    3. Star Trek series "IKS Gorkon" should be a huge hit with the klingon fandom. Here is the most epic Klingon adventure. A great read! I couldn't put it down. This is not just another book. It is the ultimate Star Trek Novel, and a perplexing read. A Must have for your collection.

    4. I loved the vast majority of this book. I'm a pretty big fan of the author after reading 4 or 5 of his other books, and I was certain when I decided to start this one that I would be satisfied beyond my expectations. However, the beginning of the book threw me and made me waver.The beginning of the book was very slow. When starting a new series about Klingons (although technically this is book 4 in the series) I expected some action up front to hold my interest. Instead there was about 5 chapter [...]

    5. This is the very best kind of fanfiction. DeCandido takes all of our favorite minor Klingon characters and explores life in the Klingon service as they go out to conquer new worlds. Remember Worf's forgotten brother? or the Klingon boy Toq from the planet where Klingons and Romulans were living together peacefully in dishonor? And a half dozen other Klingons who I would probably know more about if I had seen all of DS9? Well they're all serving on this ship together! And fighting battles for glo [...]

    6. A good start to the series.As long as you are aware of this race from the "Star Trek" series of shows, you should find more detail on them here. Their generally strong code of honour is paramount in their history, but as with any species there are members of the race that see things from a different viewpoint.I am really looking forward to finishing the tale with "A Burning House" - the title based on the Klingon proverb "Only a fool fights in a burning house".

    7. a well written story adding to the complexities of the kilngon empire with a great crew as it is. a great start for the trilogy when one reads all books connecting to and fro. if one follows a PATH OF HONOR this book and the others that follow are an interesting way of viewing honor and it's meaning. or as a sci-fi books go it's still a great stand alone story.

    8. A decent story from the Klingon perspective. I like that it shows the Klingons as more than just a warrior culture, providing some of the depth that an advanced culture requires, even one that is as violent as theirs.

    9. The first "offical" IKS Gorkon book. Captain Klag leads a new class of Klingon Ship into Kavrot sector to bring planets into the Empire. In the after math of the Dominion war, the Klingon Empire is looking to expand, and conquer.

    10. It was OK - a bit patchy but will give the next one a read - It felt a bit like the writer wast setting up a series rather than getting on with the current story in places.

    11. Okay. It had a few entertaining bits but didn't really delve deep into Klingon culture or offer anything new.

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