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10 thoughts on “The Romulan War (Star Trek: Enterprise #14)

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Earth Romulan War of a century ago or a century hence, depending on your temporal POV is one of the iconic historical events of the Star Trek universe As Mr Spock explains to the Enterprise crew in The Balance of Terror, it was a war fought with primitive atomic weapons, and in primitive space vessels, which allowed no quart...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here To start i m a little disappointed that the coordination and the will to construct a proper time line seems to be so poorly at Simon and Schuster that the great Romulan War that has accompanied us since 1967 and the early TOS stories is only worth two not too long volumes and especially this second installment feels quite rushed and forced with it s many temporal jumps I d think that the story that could have been told and the willingness of the Enterprise fans to buy such books would have ju To start i m a little disappointed that the coordination and the will to construct a proper t...


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    Yay It is finally here dives on in finishes Ala Stephen there will be images. Ok. I m not certain there is much I can write a review upon that will not give out major massive spoilers I can say that this is a novel that has A LOT packed onto it, it does feel like it should have been perhaps three separate volumes for all the ground territory it covered Which is not to say that it was not good. cause it was I think it could have gone intodepth and still been just as reada Yay It is finally here dives on in finishes Ala Stephen there will be images. Ok. I m not certain there is much I can write a review upon that will not give out major massive spoilers I can say that this is a novel that has A LOT packed onto it, it does feel like it should have been perhaps three separate volumes for all the ground territory it covered Which is not to say that it was not go...


  4. says:

    This book redeemed the finale of Enterprise for me


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    Waste of time.EDIT Okay, so I finished this last night and was pretty annoyed After sleeping on it and with my mind afresh, this afternoon I reflect on why this book left me in such a surly mood Watching this video which talks, in part, about bad writing helped me articulate a big reason why this book left a bitter taste She speaks about pseudo artistic word usage and when I heard that I instantly thought of this book Now let me preface this by saying that I don t think the author was try Waste of time.EDIT Okay, so I finished this last night and was pretty annoyed After sleeping on it and with my mind afresh, this afternoon I reflect on why this book left me in such a surly mood Watching this video which talks, in part, about bad writing helped me articulate a big reason why this book left a bitter taste She speaks about pseudo artistic word usage and when I heard that I instantly thought of this book Now let me preface this by saying that I don t think the author was trying to be artistic or using words in a way that deviates from their common meani...


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    I seemed to enjoy this novelthan most, but I still very much found it lacking due to the rushed nature of the narrative I really wish that we had gotten our trilogy, and while I enjoy Michael A Martin s writing, the story suffered horribly from the editorial decisions I also really worry that this spells the end of the Enterprise novel line, which is unfortunate as there is still a rich history to cover and many gaps to fill Perhaps a resurgence of some sort of Lost Era line would be I seemed to enjoy this novelthan most, but I still very much found it lacking due to the rushed nature of the narrative I really wish that we had gotten our trilogy, and whi...


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    I struggled a lot with this one Parts of it where fine, such as the Archer POV chapters I confess I was skimming and later skipping non Enterprise main crew chapters by the mid way point I just didn t care about them I was really disappointed because I was engaged in some chapter...


  8. says:

    Really loved this book I mean, I m a gigantic fan of Star Trek Enterprise it s tied for my favorite along with TOS Certainly this book is better than any of the reboot movies or the godawful STD on CBS right now But this book was ...


  9. says:

    Yeesh All of my minor complaints about part 1 just blossomed into the entirety of part 2 I finally got to the point where I just gave up on this book Which is frustrating because I really want to know ...


  10. says:

    A book in the middle of the series of Star Trek Enterprise books Plowing through this book, so we can get to the end of the Romulan War and back onto developing the Federation as an organization Had to read this to get to the next one.


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The Romulan War (Star Trek: Enterprise #14) EARTH STANDS ALONEThe Coalition Of Planets Has Shattered, With Vulcan, Andor, And Tellar Abrogating The Treaty Their Pledge To Come To The Mutual Defense Of Any Power That Is Attacked Has Been Shunted Aside Horrified By How Easily The Romulans Can Seize Control Of Their Advanced Starships, Turning Them Into Weapons, Andor And Tellar Have Joined Vulcan On The Sidelines Humanity Is Now The Only Thing That Stands Between The Romulan Star Empire And Total Domination Of The Galaxy.To Drive Humans From The Stars, The Romulans Employ Ruthless And Murderous Tactics And Even Dare To Strike On The Vulcan Homeworld With The Hopes Of Demoralizing Their Vulcan Brethren Heartened By Their Victories, The Romulans Carry Their All Out War Assault Closer To The Heart Of Humanity Earth.But The Tattered Remains Of Starfleet Stand Unwavering, With The Resolution That Never Again Would Any Enemy Strike Ever Reach Earth On The Front Lines Of The Earth Romulan War Is The United Earth Flagship, The Starship Enterprise Her Captain, Jonathan Archer, Has Seen His Vessel Of Exploration Become A Battleship Once Hailed For His Work Bringing The Coalition Of Planets Into Existence, Archer Is Now A Pariah Undaunted, The Captain Keeps Fighting, Searching For Allies And Determined To Do His Duty To Save Earth And Forge A New Federation Of Planets.

  • Paperback
  • 340 pages
  • The Romulan War (Star Trek: Enterprise #14)
  • Michael A. Martin
  • English
  • 19 August 2017
  • 1451607156

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