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  • ISBN 0671797042
  • ISBN13 978-0671797041
  • Language English
  • Author Susan Wright
  • Publisher Pocket Books/Star Trek; First Edition edition (March 1, 1994)
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  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
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  • Rating: 4.2
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When Lieutenant Worf is suspected of murdering a member of an emotion-casting race aboard the Enterprise, the surviving aliens overwhelm the crew with an onslaught of emotions, and Worf must find the true killer. Original.

while on a misssion to save the planet Lessenar from environmental collapse, the crew of the .

while on a misssion to save the planet Lessenar from environmental collapse, the crew of the . Enterprise is crippled by an emotional onslaught as the surviving aliens respond in anger and pain to the death of their comrade.

List of Star Trek: The Next Generation 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, Atria, and Gallery.

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Series: Star Trek: The Next Generation (Book 29). Paperback: 288 pages. Sins of Comission" is a novel by Susan Wright, who I think is one of the most two-faced trek writers out there. Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek (September 24, 2011). The quality of her work varies astronomically. This novel, wich is set somwhat after the episode 'Cost of Living', offers character exploration in it's best.

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Every year, Starfleet Academy in San Francisco attracts many of the most talented and ambitious young people in the Federation. They come from all over the Alpha Quadrant, from hundreds of worlds and species, to prepare themselves for the challenges of the final frontier. The best and the brightest. The Best and the Brightest (star trek: the next generation).

NOVEL Sins of Commission Attribution Series: The Next Generation No. 29 Author(s): Susan Wright Publication information . 29 Author(s): Susan Wright Publication information Published: paperback - March 1994 Reprint(s): paperback - September 2011 ISBN: ISBN 0671797042 Chronology Date: 2368 Lieutenant Worf must find a killer-with the life of . .

This is the twenty ninth book in the star trek - next generation series! A novel by susan wright. On the back cover: Lieutenant worf must find a killer - with the life of a planet at stake! While on a mission to save the planet Lessenar from environmental collapse, the crew of the . Enterprise becomes entangled in a web of treachery and murder. When a member of a strange, emotion-casting race is killed on board the ship, all evidence points to Lieutenant Worf and one of his oldest friends. Enterprise™ is crippled by an emotional onslaught as the surviving aliens respond in anger and pain to the death of their comrade.

SINS OF COMMISSION while on a misssion to save the planet Lessenar from environmental collapse, the crew of the .

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Lonesome Orange Kid
The characters personalities were altered by aliens. Oh, wow, how original. Worf is aggressive. <yawn> Riker is uncertain, Picard is impulsive, Laforge is bitter, Data is fascinated. Oh how amazing. Oh, and Troi is immersed in her emotions. Of all of them I think Worf's single-dimensional portrayal is the worst aspect...he's chief of security, but he comes across as a complete and utter jerk that nobody can work for or with. And that's BEFORE the alien influence. Afterward, he's pretty much a useless ball of paranoia and anger.
And there are the occasional poor instances of science...like human bodies cannot withstand 3Gs. ??? A car crash at 30MPH into a barrier with minimal give generates well over 10G against the passengers, and many people around the world survive such crashes each and every day.
The return of Simon Tarses, last seen in "The Drumhead" episode, is nice, but not enough.
Oh...and some thinly-veiled Greenie political commentary is also pretty obvious at several points. This is entertainment, not a soapbox. But the writer clearly feels otherwise. I'll give two stars just because I won't say I "hate" it...the plot is consistent and carried through on, the wrap-up is...there...it doesn't shamelessly segue into a sequel by leaving loose ends all over the place. But the sideline stories certainly leave room for other novels to expand on them, should the opportunity arise. T
Not the worst book I've read, I mean, I *did* finish it, but I can't recommend it.
Nicanagy
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Bliss
"Sins of Comission" is a novel by Susan Wright, who I think is one of the most two-faced trek writers out there. The quality of her work varies astronomically. This novel, wich is set somwhat after the episode 'Cost of Living', offers character exploration in it's best.
The book puts the characters under telepathic influence, makin it possible for the deepest aspects of their psyche to surface.
One of the affects is that the Enterprise crew isn't a one big happy family anymore, but is facing a situation where all the family members don't necessarily get along. This is done with great expertice and not compromising the believability of the characters one bit. They are not different in any way and every bit as real as they are in the TV series. Maybe even more real.
The book does also a wonderfull job in promoting characters left aside in the series. Deanna and Worf are slightly more prominent characters than the rest, and ecpecially Deanna is portrayed extremely well. Worf also gets some extremely good scenes.
This book shows the battle between open mindet and concervative views as portrayed by the intellectual Counselor Troi and the 'primal' Liutennant Worf, and does this with respect to both of thr characters.
Although Troi and Worf are heavily portrayed, this book explores many of the main characters of TNG. And does that very well. The plot though, while intriquing, isn't as good as it might have been, but it holds well.
A recomendet read.
Jek
The Enterprise is sent to aid a planet who's enviromental problems are on the verge of wiping out the inhabitants through starvation and exposure to lethal polutants. The Enterprise starts up humanitarian aid, and soon discovers the situation is much worse than they were origionally led to belive.
Soon after begining thier mission, a tour ship, Captained by an old family friend of Worf's comes into the system as a part of thier sightseeing. On board are several creatures from an extreemly alien species who are emotion brodcasters. When an explosion cripples the tour ship and all hands must be evacuated to the Enterprise, one of the aliens dies, leaving four very emotionally brodcasting creatures who begin to adversly affect crew performance.
Now, those on the Enterprise have thier mission threatened amidst emotional turmiol which affects thier ability to function and complete thier mission. A decent story.
I do think more attention could have been paid to the struggle on the planet, and the charachters weren't portraied well(espically Worf and Dianna) even before the Sli arrived and started making everyone behave abnormally.
Venemarr
The Enterprise is affected by an alien race called the Sli once they are beamed aboard from the damaged passenger/tourist ship, Prospector. Although the Enterprise is in orbit around the planet Lessanar to help with their ecological disaster, most of the story takes place within the confines of the Enterprise. One of the emotion casting Sli was killed in the explosion on the Prospector, and the captain and crew fear that the other Sli are angry at them and begin affecting everyone on board, except Data, with extreme emotions. The mystery surrounds on who caused the explosion that killed the one Sli. The Ferengi, Mon Hartog, who manages these Sli thinks one of the Enterprise crew did it. Can you trust a Ferengi. There are 4 suspects, one of which is Worf. Deanna tries to learn to communicate with the Sli, Worf leads an investigation, until he is confined to quarters, then Data finds the answer by beaming aboard the Prospector with Captain Walch. Pretty good Trek novel, but it starts out pretty slow and it has its slow moments in it. Worf is at his best though in being in a foul mood, helped by the Sli's effects. Worth reading.