Diplomatic Implausibility by Keith R. A. DeCandido download in ePub, pdf, iPad
But the stubborn rebels insist on Federation recognition. Klag and company swiftly agreed. The Emperor, who was picked for the role by the Klingons because he was universally beloved by the people. Both Klingon and al'Hmatti are treated with respect by the author throughout, though the reality of al'Hmatti oppression is not denied. The Klingons have returned to taD and re-established their control.
The novels have always done a good job of being more inventive with alien species since they don't have to deal with a show's budget. Emperor me'Grmat is an aversion as he's loved by both the people and tolerated by the Klingons due to his peacekeeping efforts.
The Next Generation to understand who the Marquis are and why they hate the Federation. An actual plot point as both Kurak and Vall struggle with being engineers in the culture. Vall, who is most certainly not the tough, aggressive warrior so typical of Klingons. When the captain finds about this and that her motivation is simply she hates her job, he immediately demotes her. Kurak deals with it by doing the bare minimum required of her while Vall tries to tinker as well as make friends.
Under the Klingons, its puppet government is male-dominated. But I do love the Star Trek Expanded Universe and while I'll never be able to review a hundred of the books I want to review, I still have time to read some of them.
Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement. Plus, I'll read or watch virtually anything with Klingons on it. Captain Klag gets rid of First Officer Drex this way. It was a good trade-off anyway.
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