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Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods (edition 2012)

by Michael A. Martin

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Title:Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods
Authors:Michael A. Martin
Info:Pocket Books/Star Trek (2012), Mass Market Paperback, 368 pages
Collections:Your library, Star Trek: Titan
Rating:***1/2
Tags:Science Fiction

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Fallen Gods by Michael A. Martin

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Best of the newer SNG novels by far. I usually don't venture into the post-Star Trek universe anymore.The plot is interesting and the dialog is better than most novels written by the hack writers delegated to making more money for the Paramount people. ( )
  tcards | Jul 23, 2014 |
Best of the newer SNG novels by far. I usually don't venture into the post-Star Trek universe anymore.The plot is interesting and the dialog is better than most novels written by the hack writers delegated to making more money for the Paramount people. ( )
  tcards | Jul 23, 2014 |
The ramifications of Andor's succession from the Federation are being felt keenly throughout Starfleet, including the ship furthest from home - Titan. The action takes a little bit of a back-seat in this book, in my opinion, which is just fine. The political maneuverings of the Typhon Pact are getting more and more interesting as things continue to come to a head in what appears an inevitable conflict between the Typhon Pact and the Khitomer Accord members. Especially interesting is the role that the Tholians seem to be playing in Andor's succession. ( )
  TheMadTurtle | Jun 6, 2013 |
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While searching the Beta Quadrant for an ancient civilization's long-lost quick-terraforming technology, Captain William T. Riker and the crew of the U.S.S. Titan find themselves on a collision course with the Federation Council and the Andoria government after discovering a terrible danger.… (more)

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