Present Tension

Present Tension A routine away mission to a trading planet turns deadly when Janeway puts herself at risk to protect a former Borg While Janeway and Lynne cope with the aftermath Seven of Nine adapts to a newcomer a

A routine away mission to a trading planet turns deadly when Janeway puts herself at risk to protect a former Borg While Janeway and Lynne cope with the aftermath, Seven of Nine adapts to a newcomer and the realization that for the first time since her own severance from the Collective, her mind is no longer silent.

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Present Tension

  1. Fletcher DeLancey spent her early career as a science educator, which was the perfect combination of her two great loves language and science These days she combines them while writing science fiction.She is an Oregon expatriate who left her beloved state when she met a Portuguese woman and had to choose between home and heart She chose heart Now she lives with her wife and son in the beautiful sunny Algarve, where she writes full time, teaches Pilates, tries to learn the local birds and plants, and samples every regional Portuguese dish she can get her hands on There are many It s going to take a while She is best known for her science fiction fantasy series, Chronicles of Alsea, now comprised of four novels and a novella Among them, the Alsea books have won an Independent Publisher s Award 2017 bronze medal , a Golden Crown Literary Society Award, a Rainbow Award, and been shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award.Fletcher believes that women need far representation in science fiction and fantasy, and takes great pleasure in writing complex stories with strong, believable women heading up the action Her day is made every time another reader says, I didn t think I liked science fiction, but then I read yours.

877 Reply to “Present Tension”

  1. Wonderful addition to the Star Trek story of Voyager.The highlights of the book for me were Seven s dates I enjoyed them even the second time I read the book.

  2. Capt Janeway and Lynne, the unwitting hitchhiker she picked up in space, become a couple already at the end of the first book I wondered how the author would sustain reader interest for the rest of the series Would she tear them apart send them on another bizarre space adventure introduce another couple Turns out it s a little of everything And at just the right dose for a perfect balance of action, drama and angst.Book 1 is a tough act to follow But Book 2 surpasses it, imho Think Star Wars vs [...]

  3. I really wish I knew how many pages these books contained The first one seemed closer to 400 than 200, but could have been anywhere between 200 and 800 pages in length This one was rather short I think it was book length, but I m not really certain I just know that I started it, and shortly thereafter I looked down and saw that I was at 47% complete as opposed to the current book I m read, the third in the series, which is only at 41% at the moment and feels like it s the size of three of the se [...]

  4. Kahless on a crutch that was utterly brilliant Seven Sigh Oh Seven I sure hope things work out for her Pushing on to book 3.

  5. Wow, that was a good one The first one was good already but this is even better Although I still can t feel the Janeway Lynne relationship, I much enjoyed reading about Seven and her date trainings and I liked how she and Revi connected Funny enough, I m finding the blossoming relationship between the two ex Borg easier to comprehend than that between the upright Captain and her headstrong partner go figure The scifi and adventure part of the story is fantastic as always Fletcher is such a great [...]

  6. Book two of the series in this one, Delancey adds another new character Dr Revi Sandhovar Revi is one of the Borg who was severed from the Collective and a former member ofthe Borg colony that Voyageur runs across in one of the TV episodes Now that Lynn and Janeway are relatively solid of course there s always a crisis to cause them grief , Delancey focuses on both the J L and the Seven Revi relationships With lots of action of course.

  7. I would read this just for Seven of Nine Her character grows in leaps and bounds in this storyline which is touching, heartwarming and hilarious in parts.

  8. Absolutely loved it, again, like the first book, I fell for the characters and was caught up in the story Even though it was pretty soppy at times, I thoroughly enjoyed it

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