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Dayton Ward has managed another inventive Trek story & Robert Petkoff's narration knocks it out of the park. Was thrilled to see another new Star Trek book on audible, pre ordered this with the kindle book for amazon immersive reading which enhances the experience, allowing me to read or listen even both give it a try if you haven't yet. This book I couldn't put down, switches between 2 time periods, one being current day TNG continuing the Odyssean Pass exploration and an earth period in our near future, the plot revolving around the intersection of these two periods. Dayton Ward has an excellent grasp on the characters & their nuances, his writing has that comfortable familiarity with all the enjoyable idiosyncrasies of our favorite crew members and the dynamics between them. I recommend reading/listening to the new 2017 Trek in order but it's not necessary, you may just get a spoiler or two but will be no means ruin any of them if you do them out of order and this is enjoyable as a stand alone book. Section 31 Control, John Jackson Miller's Prey Series, Dayton Ward's Headlong Flight these are the earlier releases this year that include the Odyssean Pass. I will continue to pre-order any & all Star Trek unabridged offerings on audible to encourage the production of more and will continue pre-ordering all Dayton Ward Trek on Kindle as he never dissapoints!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
Another great TNG installment. It touched on generations of Trek lore yet still seemed fresh. Dayton never disappoints. And once again Petcoff's narration brings to life all that we love about Star Trek. Whether he likes it or nit, he's the new voice of the Star Trek literary world.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
good story but I think they interlinked with just one to many TV story lines, it was almost as if they were tick boxing as much as possible. read well, although the enterprise feels lacking with riker, trouble and no data
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Nice little book, though the inclusion of Gary Seven would have good- always one of the better incidental TOS characters. The story was intriguing but probably a bit too drawn out. Well read and well voiced.
I don’t know what I was expecting. But I just couldn’t get past the narrator.
I am returning it.
I thought he ruined the voices for Captain Picard and Worf.
Didn’t even get past chapter one 😟