A debt of honor: One brave woman ventures alone into a parallel universe to save her old shipmates exiled there decades earlier by a mysterious device called the Transfer Key. She soon learns the alternate universe harbors not just an alien invasion force but a secret that underpins its very existence.
A mission of peace: A long-awaited Klingon-Federation peace conference convenes, led by Ambassador Sarek of Vulcan and Councillor Gorkon of Qo'noS. But both sides have enemies who would prefer the two great powers remain at war - and who will do anything to make certain hate wins the day.
An errand of justice: Captain Kirk and his crew seek the stolen Transfer Key that opens a door between universes, but their hunt is cut short by Ambassador Sarek's plea for help. The Enterprise crew soon become targets in a deadly crossfire - one whose outcome will decide the fate of two universes.
©2016 David Mack (P)2016 Simon & Schuster Audio
I'm a huge fan of audio - books, podcasts, dramas. I like that I can listen to a book wherever I am, especially walking around NYC.
David Mack does an excellent job of continuing this story of intrigue, loyalty, and deception. His characterizations are both accurate and yet startling as the conflicts continue to rise and raise in tempo and intensity (specifically the Kirk/Sarek and McCoy/daughter relationships). I'm amazed how two different writers (first Cox and now Mack) seamlessly construct a story that unites a theme and an overall vision for the trilogy. I highly anticipate reading the next one and enjoying the conclusion to this fantastic Star Trek trilogy.
Definitely an edge of your seat action packed adventure. Not as many plot twist as the last book but definitely more action and still felt true to the characters.
Write an engaging story vs just move along a plot line. It truly seemed like he was trying to get from point A to point B in this book and that's what he did . It was journey without any great moments along the way.
Dr McCoy was perfect, his narration is all that saved this one for me
Great question. When I started this book I had every intention of getting the third to finish the series. By then end of this book I was done and had no interest in wasting a credit to get the third book. I debated the purchase then told myself that I really did not care what happened as I had to work too hard to get to the end of this one. Too bad as I am a big Star Trek fan.
I have downloaded the third book which probably suggests the series is worth finishing. The second book had a good mix of political intrigue and space battle scenes and I felt the narrative in the alternate universe was the weakest element. Overall it would have been better to keep the storyline focused on just one or two main theaters of action and the three subplots where a bit tiresome
I love hearing about Pike's Number One and her adventure and journey on another world as well as Captain Kirk, Spock, Joann McCoy and her father fighting the enemies.
Part 2 of the trilogy, sets up the conflict between the Klingons and federation forces mentioned in part 1. The story is fast paced and I can't wait to listen to the conclusion
Love Audible!! Hope you all do too!
Entire trilogy is awesome! Gene would truly be proud.......thank you for writing it.....
Star Trek Lives on
it played until chapter 29 with 65:33 left in book and now says it can not be downloaded.
not as attention keeping as the first episode. mr. petkoff is a talented voice artist and so he gets full marks
"A story worthy of Trek"
Two books in and this story is worthy of Gene Rodenberry's title. I'd say it could make a film Trilogy of a story. Action, politics and exploration abound. Cannot wait until the conclusion in book 3 next week.
"What a ride!!!"
I thought Captain to captain was good. This surpasses it with warp speed nice slow build up and BANG!!!
Enjoy the ride.
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