The Rings of Tautee



The Rings of Tautee An entire solar system begins to disintegrate into cosmic rubble, and Captain Kirk suspects that rumors of a new Klingon superweapon are all too true The Tautee system houses a flourishing pre Warp civilization not quite ready to join the Federation, so the Prime Directive limits Kirk s ability to prevent the disaster, and to make matters worse his rescue efforts provoke an attack from four Klingon warships But soon Kirk recognizes that he must get to the bottom of the forces at work in the Tautee system, because they could spill over into the rest of the galaxy. Download The Rings of Tautee – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 242 pages
  • The Rings of Tautee
  • Dean Wesley Smith
  • English
  • 18 August 2018
  • 067100171X

12 thoughts on “The Rings of Tautee

  1. Wendy says:

    This book had a few problems and annoyances, but those were almost all minor It wasn t the greatest writing ever, but for an ST novel it was actually pretty good.That Bogle character was useless and annoying The only other major annoyance besides him that I can think of was the philosophical debate over whether or not to violate the Prime Directive or not and whether their actions would actually be violating it or not that happened in one chapterwas then rehashed in the very next chapter This book had a few problems and annoyances, but those were almost all minor It wasn t the greatest writing ever, but for an ST novel it was actually pretty good.That Bogle character was useless and annoying The only other major annoyance besides him that I can think of was the philosophical debate over whether or not to violate the Prime Directive or not and whether their actions would actually be violating it or not that happened in one chapterwas then rehashed in the very next chapter They seemed to come to a decision and then they needed to talk it out all over again I thought time was of the essence Why couldn t they have just said, Okay, we re doing this and dealt with the consequences and explanations later Not to mention the fact that the Federation or Starfleet or whoever made the Prime Direct...

  2. Jerry says:

    No favorite of mine.

  3. Andrew Beet says:

    i loved this book i like star trek stories where the prime directive is involved because the crew cant exactly skirt the issue of it and this book is brilliant for that where kirk is ordered to save this race of people but the prime directive limits what he...

  4. David King says:

    The Rings of Tautee is an original series Star Trek novel written by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch The story follows the crew of the USS Enterprise as it investigates a Solar System which appears to be disintegrating Whilst the crew suspect this may be a new Klingon super weapon they are also focused on a pre warp civilization which will soon be wiped out The Prime Directive limits their ability to assist this alien race, but if they don t do something then this species and p The Rings of Tautee is an original series Star Trek novel written by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch The story follows the crew of the USS Enterprise as it investigates a Solar System which appears to be disintegrating Whilst the crew suspect this may be a new Klingon super weapon they are also focused on a pre warp civilization which will soon be wiped out The Prime Directive limits their ability to assist this alien race, but if they don t do something then this species and potentially the entire galaxy will be destroyed by an ever increasing wave of destruction This is a reasonably interesting novel which does a good job in its characterisations of the various original series characters Considering the authors i...

  5. Charles says:

    I enjoyed it Quite a lot of tension I was surprised they could milk so much suspense out of a fairly simple story but it worked nicely The relationship between Spock and Kirk suggested that this was a fairly early story in the timeline It wasn t as warm as it became later.

  6. Greg says:

    At best, this book pays tribute to the glory days of TOS At its worst, thats all it is Slow, episodic, with little to no technology, no sense of wonder, and the classic interaction between the Holy Trinity of science fiction Kirk, Spock and Bones barely gets a mention And the book is way too short, the plot is too simple, the solution too obvious The racist undertones that Kirk holds against the Klingons are ugly mind you, they have them against Kirk too but they are put aside too quickl At best, this book pays tribute to the glory days of TOS At its worst, thats all it is Slow, episodic, with little to no technology, no sense of wonder, and the classic interaction between the Holy Trinity of science fiction Kirk, Spock and Bones barely gets a mention And the book is way too short, the plot is too sim...

  7. Daniel Kukwa says:

    It s not as deep detailed an epic as it could have been, but it s a solid combination of action, scientific puzzle, and ethical dilemma It s far from being the most classic Trek story, but it s almost textbook in its construction of what makes Star Trek tick It s not as deep detailed an epic as it could have been, but it s a solid combination of action, scientific puzzle, and ethical dilemma It s far from being the most classic Trek ...

  8. Kreg says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not bad overall A pre warp culture causes an accident that not only destroys their entire solar system, but threatens to expand through the galaxy The Enterprise manages to get the Klingons into a temporary alliance to seal the damage and rescue the survivors.Weak point 1 just how many people can a Constitution class ship hold Weak point 2 two critical breakdowns within a few hours of each other is overkill.Good point 1 very good characterizationsGood point 2 excellent reaction Not bad overall A pre warp culture causes an accident that not only destroys their entire solar system, but threatens to expand through the galaxy The Enterprise manages to get the Klingons into a temporary alliance to seal the damage and rescue the survivors.Wea...

  9. Nicolas says:

    This was an above average Star Trek novel It was the fast paced and the characterizations were right on A nice, quick read Very enjoyable.

  10. Rigby Dax says:

    Not the best Star Trek book I ve read, but still very enjoyable Decent plot, good characterization Pretty much the best you can hope for.

  11. Laurie Kazmierczak says:

    A bit of a throw back The novel was first published in 1996 so the characters haven t been scrutinized as much as they are in subsequent books Overall I enjoyed the plot, the dilemmas and the interactions between the Klingons and the Tauteens I am glad I read it.

  12. Harlekuin says:

    This is an incredible example of how not to write a book

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