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by John de Lancie,Tom Cool

eBook Soldier of Light download ISBN: 0743400712
Author: John de Lancie,Tom Cool
Publisher: Star Trek (May 1, 2001)
Language: English
ePub: 1751 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Pseudoscience
Subcategory: Science Fiction

For more than a decade, actor John de Lancie has delighted and provoked audiences as Star Trek®'s most unpredictable antagonist, the enigmatic cosmic entity known only as Q. Now de Lancie has turned his talent and imagination to the creation of a whole new world, a startling.

For more than a decade, actor John de Lancie has delighted and provoked audiences as Star Trek®'s most unpredictable antagonist, the enigmatic cosmic entity known only as Q. Now de Lancie has turned his talent and imagination to the creation of a whole new world, a startling vision of Earth on the brink of an evolutionary leap in human consciousness. It is the day after tomorrow, early in the next millenia, and all over the world people begin experiencing bizarre mental transformations

Soldier of Light book. I was fascinated by the topic and the imagination trips that it sparked. I couldn't put it down.

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John de Lancie is an American actor, director, producer, writer, and voice artist, best known for his role as Q in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–94), and the voice of Discord in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2010–2019). He has been featured in several recurring roles on television series, including Frank Simmons in Stargate SG-1 (1997–2007) and Donald Margolis in Breaking Bad (2008–13).

For more than a decade, actor John de Lancie has delighted and provoked audiences as Star Trek®'s most . Soldier Of Light is a profound and mind-warping exploration of the outer limits of the mind's potential - written by innovative and always surprising personalities.

For more than a decade, actor John de Lancie has delighted and provoked audiences as Star Trek®'s most unpredictable antagonist, the enigmatic cosmic entit. Publisher: Atria Books Published: 2001-01-23 ISBN: 9780743417433.

by John De Lancie (Author), Tom Cool (Author). Start reading Soldier of Light on your Kindle in under a minute. Who knew that there was something like this in the brain of John deLance?

by John De Lancie (Author), Tom Cool (Author). Who knew that there was something like this in the brain of John deLance? In everything with JdL that I've watched, he's always been the bad guy or the aggrevator of some sort. The closest thing to an exception to this has been Q, who has gone from annoying to good guy, taking the span of three series to do so.

Fighting amongst themselves, the adepts can scarcely imagine the awesome and ancient intelligence that will ultimately test a new breed of humanity.

John de Lancie brought Q to life in the very first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and has since appeared as Q in numerous episodes of Star Trek . Tom Cool, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the author of three books.

John de Lancie brought Q to life in the very first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and has since appeared as Q in numerous episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager®. In addition, he has starred on such series as Legend and Days of our Lives. He has also collaborated with author Peter David on Q's recent "autobiography", I, Q.

by John de Lancie and Tom Cool.

In an apocalyptic future, a family flees the crumbling city of San Francisco and encounters an alien presence behind the charismatic preacher who is organizing a "solution" to the chaos that rules their world. Reprint.
Comments: (3)
Xinetan
If you like "what if" books, you will love this one. Watching the nightly news, I could almost believe the premiss of this book is true.
IWantYou
In this book two brothers, Owen and Harley, are entangled in a world where something is trying to erase humanity. This being, called "The One", is a very ancient being who has gone mad and has decided to destroy every living thing in the world. In the beginning of the story "The One" resides in the center of the earth in a protective shell. While he is rising up to kill everything, his old and powerful mind is sending psychic rays that mess up the human brain badly. There are some exceptions. Those who are in the exceptions get amazing psychic powers.

The Keegans are an exception also. Owen, his wife, and his daughter Constance , who before "The One" started rising wa autistic" set out away from the UNcivilized world to some where there are not a lot of people. Harley meets a little boy with powers stronger than his. When Owen is near Guatamala he docks the ship near the land becuse Kate (his wife) is sick, from "The One", and Constance runs off to find a friend.

After awhile of searching for Constance, Owen meets a man named Van-Meers who has just saved Constance from a group of people who were going to kill her because they were confused about what was happening to the world. Well when they find her, Kate is about to die. Van-Meers who has very strong powers can bring her back from the death side. After he is done he tells Owen that now he has to join his clan or die. Thinking of his family Owen decides to join. When they were traveling Owen reached out to Harley with telepathy and told him that they were in trouble and needed help. When Harley finally shows up Van-Meers is stronger than before and blasts both the Keegan brothers. After they wake up they find that the people are gone with Constance and Kate. When they finally find Van-Meers and their family, they find them near a volcano. They then find out that "The One" is very near the surface and is about to come out. After they get there Owen and Harley confront Van-Meers and with the help of Kate they succed in killing him. As soon as van-Meers is dead "The One" shows himself and tries to kill the Keegans. But with all their strength combined they eventually kill it. I loved this book and recommend it to any advanced reader.
Jack
Who knew that there was something like this in the brain of John deLance? In everything with JdL that I've watched, he's always been the bad guy or the aggrevator of some sort. The closest thing to an exception to this has been Q, who has gone from annoying to good guy, taking the span of three series to do so. I wasn't sure what to expect when I sat down to read this book, but it certainly wasn't this. This is an experimental apocolyptic adventure in sci-fi, and I don't think anyone could have done it better. I was very pleased with this book and think that I could read it many more times over the years. Very bold for a new author.