Before Dishonor

Before Dishonor Review

An enemy so intractable that it cannot be reasoned with. The entire race thinks with one mind and strives toward one purpose: to add our biological distinctiveness to their own and wipe out individuality, to make every living thing Borg.

In over two centuries, the Federation has never encountered a greater threat. Twice Starfleet assembled and threw countless starships to stand against them. The Borg were stopped, the price paid in blood. Humanity breathed a sigh of relief, assuming it was safe. And with the destruction of the transwarp conduits, the Federation believed that the killing blow had finally been struck against the Borg.

Driven to the point of extinction, the Borg continue to fight for their very existence, for their culture. They will not be denied. They must not be stopped. The old rules and assumptions regarding how the Collective should act have been dismissed. Now the Borg kill first, assimilate later.

When the Enterprise manages to thwart them once again, the Borg turn inward. The dark places that even the drones never realized existed are turned outward against the enemy they have never been able to defeat. What is revealed is the thing that no one believed the Borg could do.

Title:Before Dishonor
Edition Language:English

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  • Alejandro

    Exciting action against the Borg! This book is a direct sequel to the events described in the novel “Resistance” by J.M. Dillard. ONLY RIVERS DON’T GET BACK Sometimes,-- --in order to feel ali...

  • Jerry

    It's getting late, and I have a lot to do, so, I'll just say this: This book was better than usual for a Star Trek novel....

  • ***Dave Hill

    (Original review: http://hill-kleerup.org/blog/2008/04/...)Peter David has written a lot of very entertaining and well-crafted Star Trek novels. This, alas, is not one of them. Overall: FairStory: Fai...

  • Gary

    a perfect example of star trek at its very best...

  • Mary

    This is the sequel to Star Trek: Resistance by Peter David, and you should read that one first. Resistance references events in the Star Trek movies First Contact and Nemesis and the 6th season of De...

  • Julie Ann

    Hated this one. I love Peter David's "Star Trek" stuff (he has spun the best Q yarns out of all of them), but this one felt like an "anti-Voyager" rebuke....

  • David Hibberd

    Take the Enterprise, Seven of Nine, Ambassador Spock, Captain Picard, the Borg, the Planet Destroyer, Kathryn Janeway, Lady Q, and other assorted characters and the result is an enjoyable story. When ...

  • kingshearte

    "In over two centuries, the Federation has never encountered a greater threat. Twice Starfleet assembled and threw countless starships to stand against them. The Borg were stopped, the price paid in b...

  • Matthew Rasnake

    I have long considered Star Trek novels to be a kind of "cotton-candy" literature--mostly sugar and little substance. This novel doesn't break out of this established mold. Also included is something ...

  • Jimyanni

    Peter David is an entertaining author; he is very good at telling a good story, with plenty of action and interesting characters. He handles established characters well, and has a good feel for who th...