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An all new novel of Star Trek The Next Generation one of the most popular Star Trek series of all time featuring the adventures of Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the USS EnterpriseWhen renegade Federation starships begin wreaking destruction across the Alpha uadrant Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise are shocked to discover that the mastermind. One of the best Star Trek novels ever An instant classic READER S LOG The best way to escape a bad day was to start the next I have been

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Behind this sudden threat is none other than Picard’s protégé and friend Admiral William T Riker The newly minted admiral is on board the USS Aventine as part of a special assignment even as the mystery deepens behind his involvement in the growing crisis But the Aventine is helmed by Captain Ezri Dax someone who is no stranger to breaking Starfleet regulations and her sta. Though I actually purchased this book when it was first published than four years ago you can tell that I m incredibly far behind in my re

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Rship is by far the faster vesseland Riker cannot yield even to his former mentor It’s a battle of tactical geniuses and a race against time as Picard struggles to find answers before the uadrant’s great powers violently retaliate against the Federation ™ ® © 2015 CBS Studios Inc STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc All Rights Reserve. Although the story is good I had a very hard time getting into this book It took me forever to finish because I would read a couple chapter

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 353
  • Takedown
  • John Jackson Miller
  • English
  • 04 February 2019
  • 9781476782713

About the Author: John Jackson Miller

Overdraft The Orion Offensive Kindle serial will be collected in July 2013 and his



10 thoughts on “Takedown

  1. says:

    One of the best Star Trek novels ever An instant classic READER’S LOG The best way to escape a bad day was to

  2. says:

    There wasn't really a whole lot of meat to this book; it wasn't one of those Star Trek books that makes you thi

  3. says:

    I didn't enjoyed this nearly as much as I wanted to I liked having the combination of Ezri and Riker working together and as opponents but I really struggled I found the descriptions heavy and often unnecessary and the interaction between the characters to be very stiff and robotic

  4. says:

    An unexpected and bonkers level seuel to a TNG episode It pushes forward at a ridiculously crazy pace but somehow manages to hold togetherand ends with a gentle coda that I'm surprised other Trek authors haven't managed to think up ages ago My only caveat is that Dax didn't seem uite as engaging as I expected her to bebut it's a small problem when everyone else manages to sing from the pages A seuels go this ce

  5. says:

    Though I actually purchased this book when it was first published than four years ago you can tell that I'm incredibly far behind in my readin

  6. says:

    45 stars I first found this a little worrying at least based on what was happening to one of my favourite characters in the canon but when the big bad was revealed I was relieved since it meant things would work out The action did pick up nicely and thinking through the conseuences was fascinating and I loved how the author managed to tie in multiple episodes from the TV series as well as into the greater tapestry that has grown in the bo

  7. says:

    I read this book coming off both the Typhon Pact and The Fall story arcsI was looking forward to this book as I love the Aventine and her crew I was extremely disappointed This author is not one of the normal Star Trek authors and writes these characters as though he's not only never read the other books but has never seen than a few episo

  8. says:

    Although the story is good I had a very hard time getting into this book It took me forever to finish because I would read a couple chapters then put it down to read something else them come back to it only to put it down again after a few chapters After I got through the first half of the book I started to like it and was able to finish it rather uickly I'm not sure if it was the author's writing style or just that the first half of the

  9. says:

    A fun and exciting entry into the post The Fall continuity of Trek novels It was great to see the continuity touchstones that John Jackson Miller used to craft this story including the reintroduction of a species from TNG that I've always been curious about I won't include that particular spoiler here as I feel

  10. says:

    I struggled to click with the writing style a little Clicking combadges stuck out you don’t click them Really and it was evident that Miller is new to the genreStill for the first time Post nemesis I felt as if I was reading someth

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