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  • ISBN 0613290011
  • ISBN13 978-0613290012
  • Language English
  • Author Jeri Taylor
  • Publisher Topeka Bindery (September 1999)
  • Formats lrf lit lrf doc
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1292 kb
  • Size Fb2 1756 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 981


List of Star Trek: Voyager novels based on the American science fiction television series of the same name. The book line is published by Simon & Schuster's imprints Pocket Books, Pocket Star, Gallery, and Atria

List of Star Trek: Voyager novels based on the American science fiction television series of the same name. The book line is published by Simon & Schuster's imprints Pocket Books, Pocket Star, Gallery, and Atria. Based on select episodes from the television series: Numbered paperback releases: Includes hardcover and paperback releases. Star Trek: Voyager – Starfleet Academy young adult miniseries explores the lives of the Voyager crew as Starfleet Academy cadets.

The co-creator and producer of Star Trek Voyager follows up her previous novel . Jeri Taylor is a wonderful author and I wish she wrote more books! Pathways is an great read

The co-creator and producer of Star Trek Voyager follows up her previous novel, Mosaic, with the previously untold histories of the crew members and officers of the . Jeri Taylor is a wonderful author and I wish she wrote more books! Pathways is an great read. Aside from a gripping storyline, it also provides details and a multitude of insight into the lives of the the Star Trek Voyager characters.

Pathways (Star Trek: Voyager) Mass Market Paperback – September 1. .This is a Star Trek Voyager story that seems to be taking place between the beginning of the fourth season and the end of the fifth season.

Pathways (Star Trek: Voyager) Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 1999. by. Jeri Taylor (Author). Jeri Taylor was the original Executive Producer of STAR TREK: VOYAGER and has written multiple scripts for STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. She is the author of MOSAIC and the STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION novelization UNIFICATION based on scripts by her and Michael Piller. The ship still has a long way to go to reach Earth.

Star Trek: Voyager is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor

Star Trek: Voyager is an American science fiction television series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor. It originally aired between January 16, 1995 and May 23, 2001 on UPN, lasting for 172 episodes over seven seasons. The fifth series in the Star Trek franchise, it served as the fourth sequel to Star Trek: The Original Series.

Pathways: Star Trek Voyager. This book was written by Jeri Taylor who was one of the creators of Star Trek Voyager. Since she in effect created these characters it could be argued that this book is 'canon' but even if it is not it does reveal the back stories of the characters as originally envisioned by the creators. The framing story leaves quite a bit to be desired. The bridge crew with the exception of Janeway is captured and placed in a prison camp. As they plot their escape they pass the long nights telling each other This book was written by Jeri Taylor who was one of the creators of Star Trek Voyager.

created by Gene Roddenberry. and. Star Trek: Voyager. created by Rick Berman & Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor. The sale of this book without its cover is unauthorized. POCKET and colophon are registered trademarks of. Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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Star Trek: Voyager - Series Premiere Trailer. Do you like this video? Real World article(written from a Production point of view). Voyager redirects here; for additional meanings of "Voyager", please see Voyager. Star Trek: Voyager is the fourth live-action Star Trek series. It was created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor, and ran on UPN (as UPN's first ever series) for seven seasons in the USA, from 1995 to 2001.

Pathways by Jeri Taylor - In her acclaimed novel Mosaic, Jeri Taylor explored the previously unrevealed past of Captain . More books from this reader: Robert Picardo. More books in this series: Star Trek: Voyager.

Pathways by Jeri Taylor - In her acclaimed novel Mosaic, Jeri Taylor explored the previously unrevealed past of Captain Kathryn Janeway  .

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Diredefender
This is a Star Trek Voyager story that seems to be taking place between the beginning of the fourth season and the end of the fifth season. The ship still has a long way to go to reach Earth. Seven of Nine is present, but her role is actually less than that of Kes, who plays a major part via flashbacks. The Emergency Medical Hologram does not appear at all.

An away team with all the main characters, except Captain Janeway and the EMH, is captured and imprisoned in a concentration camp. They have little to do, and one of the ways they occupy their time is to tell the stories of their lives before they became part of Voyager. Though the concentration-camp sequences form the primary storyline, most of the book's content is composed of the secondary storylines--the flashbacks of pre-Voyager days. That is fortunate because the primary storyline has unconvincing aspects. But the flashbacks are excellent. Thus, my five-star rating.

A few years ago I watched every Star Trek Voyager episode, giving me firm understandings of the characters. This enhanced my appreciation of PATHWAYS; yet I'm unsure if it was necessary. Even if you have never seen the TV show, the flashback stories make for good, clean science fiction. They immerse the reader in futuristic life on Earth, on other planets, and in outer space. It is not action-bloated space opera, though action and danger arise intermittently.

Jeri Taylor, the author, was a co-creator and executive producer of the TV show. During the months that I viewed it, the characters became more family to me than my real blood relations. PATHWAYS rekindled that feeling, bringing the characters back to life. I know this is franchise literature, but it was a darn good read.
Ylonean
This was a cliffhanger book. I couldn't wait to see how Janeway was going to rescue everyone. At first I thought that the bio' s of each person was going to be a bore, but they turned out to be surprising, although Be'llana story was predictable and talked about on the tv show. The best bio was Neelix, because very little of his background is addressed in the tv show except the destruction of his planet, Kes and a little about his family. In his story in this book his past was exciting and sad.
roternow
While I enjoyed the story, the author's writing suffered from a fairly serous case of pleonasm, or as I call it "hyperadjectivism" - a common error among new authors, it's the excessive use of (often obscure) adjectives and flowery language - essentially over-describing things that really don't need to be over-described. Yes, you have a thesaurus (or thesaurus app) and know how to use it... it's just as important to know when *not* to use it. Purple Prose fell out of fashion with the death of the Victorian era, and did so for good reason.
Hap
Delightfully entertaining read! Voyager crew sans Janeway is trapped in an alien prison. Each night a different crew member tells their own personal story to pass the time. Thoroughly creative a great continuation of characters well worth the price and job well done to the author
Ballagar
Overall, I did enjoy this book, but it had two main problems; inconsistencies with the series and poor plot development.
I kept asking myself, "Is that right? That doesn't seem consistent with the series." Many other reviewers have already mentioned some of these, such as details in Tom Paris' life, Klingon honor, etc.
The plot problem is that the string of stories is very weakly held together. It is very clear that the plot is only an excuse to put these character histories together in one novel. There should have been more plot development to make us believe that they shared their stories for a reason, or the book should simply have been turned into a collection of short stories.
I was also disappointed that each story ended at the beginning of the Voyager adventure, with little connection to how they thought/felt about their lives since that point. My final gripe is that it was not believable that Tom Paris had previously served under Chakotay in the Maquis. It is already too much of a coincidence that Tuvok was connected to both crews.
In summary, I think that the book is worth reading, but hard-core STV fans will find the book's problems frustrating.
Tat
I'll state this first, and get it out of the way: I felt a little mislead after having read this book. The description implies that the story is largely centered around Captain Janeway, and her "previously unrevealed past". Yes, there are some things revealed about Janeway, but they're pretty few and far between. If you're really looking for her backstory in particular, check out "Mosaic", which is also written by this author. What you get here are the backstories of the main characters, up until the point that Janeway comes into their lives. Once I realized this, I was not amused. However, as I read on, I really became engrossed and engaged as the tales unfolded. Some of the stories are actually quite dark, some are unexpectedly humorous. Others are unsurprising, and entertaining to read anyway. This is the Voyager book that I've read that was written post series, and I'm relived at how much better they seem to be. I very much like Taylor's writing, and feel like she did justice to the characters. I've gathered from other reviews that some of the story bits may not be canon, but either way.....it's a great read.
Simple fellow
For a Star Trek novel, I thought this was quite well written and very interesting. I read it because I wanted the characters' back stories, and I got them! Not deep, but then, nothing about Star Trek is high literature. A good read and a fun one!
Very good stories, let you get to know the characters , before they joined Voyager. I enjoyed it very much.