STAR TREK VOYAGER - ALTERNATIVE FAN FICTION REVIEWS
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**LONE SOUL (THE) by sHaYcH
Another Xenite bard tries her hand at VOYAGER fanfic delivering a thoughtful, poignant new tale that is the first entry in a planned series called VOYAGES OF THE SOUL. Set initially just prior to the events in the episode DRONE, the story chronicles a Borg's quest to find her soul, first through music and then, after the events in DRONE, through the grief of an unexpected loss. Well-written with a moving look at Seven's efforts to regain a humanity she doesn't even remember. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! - 9 pgs., 4/25/99
MILLENNIUM SERIES by G.L. Dartt - [Alt]
Read in the order listed below.
**MISSION MANEUVERINGS by G.L. Dartt
The MILLENNIUM SERIES continues as Janeway and her crew prepare for their first away missions. It's a tense time for the Captain, made more so by the knowledge that her partner will be part of one of those missions while she must stay behind. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to them all, an old enemy from the Delta quadrant is tracking them - determined to exact revenge and intent on using Janeway's one weak point. Upping the intensity level in the series, this latest adventure is suspenseful and well-crafted as G.L. presents us with a crisis that once again emotionally challenges her characters while showcasing the capabilities of the new Millenium class ship. With an increasingly interesting supporting cast - number five is a fine addition to the series. DO NOT MISS! - 45 pgs., 8/17/01
**MORNING AFTER by G.L. Dartt
G.L. takes a break from her exceptional JUST BETWEEN SERIES to bring us an amusing, entertaining new take on the Janeway/Seven pairing which has the captain waking up after a night of rather excessive partying to find herself in a decidedly compromising position. This is as well-written as G.L.'s other VOYAGER efforts with that sense of humor that always add something special to her fiction. DO NOT MISS!! - 7/4/98
NATURAL COURSE (A) by LZClotho
In this sequel to SANDRINES REVISITED Janeway and Seven explore their growing feelings for one another over lunch. LZClotho continues to do a nice job developing the relationship at a believable pace as the characters deal with the every day demands of their lives aboard Voyager. - 5 pgs., 4/8/00
**NIGHT SHIFT by G.L. Dartt
G.L. delivers her own very special epilogue to the recent episode FAIR HAVEN in an amusing little yarn that has Janeway doing duty on the night shift for once and having her eyes opened in a way she never would have suspected. Mess with us subtext fans will they! Heh! DO NOT MISS! - 3 pgs., 1/24/00
**NOT JUST STRIP POKER by Pink Rabbit Productions
The Pink Rabbit wonder-duo resurface, this time applying their considerable writing and artistic talent to Voyager fanfic in a delightful first-time tale certain to draw your attention to the possibilities of those characters if you aren't a Voyager fan yet. It all begins with Seven trying to learn more about human interactions - specifically, how to play poker. For help she initially turns to poker ace Tom Paris but when the captain senses that her helmsman might be taking advantage of Seven's innocent inquiries she makes sure the young Borg is aware of his possible ulterior motives never suspecting that Seven may be quite interested in those ulterior motives after all...only with a different teacher. Skillful writing, excellent characterizations and a mischievous, fun storyline combine to make this one into a wonderfully entertaining read. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! - 28 pgs., 8/3/99
FANFIC ART: "Not Just Strip Poker" by Pink Rabbit Productions
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