Exodus and Exiles, the first two parts of the Vulcan's Soul Trilogy, introduced a brewing conflict that threatens the galaxy. In this final chapter, the secret history of the Romulans is revealed. And to stave off an escalation of galactic warfare, Spock and his allies race across time and space to confront a terrifying interstellar menace.
©2007 Josepha Sherman; ©2007 Susan Schwartz; (P)2007 Recorded Books
The storyline and characters are well done.
Who decided that it was a good idea to offer the third book in a trilogy but not the first or the second? That just seems a bit daft to me.
I anxiously awaited this book on audible book. The first two were exceptional and I read the third, but like it on audiobook.
It was disappointing.....the reader lacked emotion, all the characters ran together. And the worse part, he must not have listened to the first two because he changed all the pronunciations of names, places etc... from the first two books. It was harder to follow along because of this.
The story was great though......I did catch a couple new points that I missed when I read it.....
I would recommend this book to all who have followed some of the different Star Trek Series or movies. This was so well done, in my opinion, was as good if not better than some of the Star Trek series. And I personally have seen everyone of the movies, episodes, etc. At least two times each.
if you're reading this I assume you're a fan of the vulcan trilogy, it's a great read! the progression of time and the origin of the vulcan people is worth the time and effort to listen.
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