Gene Roddenberry's "Andromeda": Attitude of Silence
The Andromeda is violently attacked while in a sinister sector of space. To save themselves, the ship slipstreams to a world called Festival. While Festival has a great party reputation, Dylan Hunt and his crew soon realize the planetary government is really a powerful militant regime that is dominating nearby planets. When the crew saves the pirated ship of Limm'ta Nax Terani, a renowned ambassador for peace, they learn from Limm'ta of the extent of Festival's powers and its desire to join the new Commonwealth...and rule it! Suddenly, many crew members find themselves wondering if they really are content with their lives on Andromeda, or if they'd rather start anew elsewhere. Can the crew of Andromeda fight both the uncertainties within themselves and Festival and keep peace within the Commonwealth?
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 106.7 x 170.2 x 22.9mm | 136.08g
- 01 Oct 2005
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
- New edition
- New edition
About Jeff Mariotte
Jeff Mariotte has written over 15 novels, featuring tie-ins to "Angel," " Buffy," "Charmed," and "Star Trek." His original titles include "Behind Enemy Lines" and "The Last Rainmaking Song." He also has an array of short stories and comic books to his name. A long-time resident of San Diego, he lives in Douglas, Arizona with his wife and son.
""The Broken Places" explores the wildest realms of Gene Roddenberry's imagination with the rich depth and texture that only a novel can aspire to." --Carleton Eastlake, Executive Consultant, "Farscape "on "Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda: The Broken Places"""The Broken Places" is a fast-dance of a magically imagined space trip--true to the playful energy and open-ended adventurous spirit of the legacy. Ethlie has once again given us lots of fun--and it's wonderful to spend some quality time with this great cast of beloved characters." -- Majel Roddenberry on "Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda: The Broken Places"