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Continuing the events detailed in Star Trek: Destiny: With the displacement and devastation wrought by the Borg, can the Federation survive? The Borg invasion has left the Federation reeling.... This description may be from another edition of this product.


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A good follow up to the Destiny Trilogy

This was a very well written follow up to the absolutely brilliant Destiny Trilogy. It makes me happy to see that the true after effects of such a devastating war will be gone into, and everything won't just return to good times like normal. Each of the multiple story lines were told very well and I was overall very interested in all of them. My one complaint is that they did not go into the Typhoon Pact at all, which I am really excited to hear more about.

Well Done

I see other reviewers have spared me the need to be wordy. That said, I loved the story, mainly because it contained a gritty realism that made perfect sense in the aftermath of the Borg invasion. Federation citizens living in refugee camps is not something you normally expect to read about in a Star Trek novel, and I appreciated the fact that the author was unfraid to tackle the kinds of problems the Federation HAD to have been experiencing after this invasion. And, yes, well, I liked the P/C. Sue me. We never got it in the series; I'm glad we're finally getting it in the books! And, yes, well, I got to meet the author at Shore Leave this year. He's very nice to his fans, *and* he autographed my book. That counts for me. Oh, and yes, well, I liked the cover. I especially liked the look on Worf's face. Credit for "cover art" was given to John Blackford; "cover design" to Alan Dingman. Not sure why such a distinction, but kudos to both for whatever their contributions.

Losing the peace

Excellent reading = tells you more about the everyone thier histories etc. Takes on ride and a journey you will want to read more.

Post Borg War Tale

I have to say the author has a firm grasp of the characters. One had to read the Destiny saga to get an understanding of what was happening. Picard, Worf, Geordi and crew are true to the TV show. I did have a problem with the ending though. It was more of continuation of the status quo. I was expecting some breathtaking changes in this book. It might have been Paramount's editor or someone at Pocket Books. I was hoping that this story would be something other than another chapter coming to a close in Picard's command.
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