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Rise of the Federation A Choice of Futures Star Trek Enterprise #15 Free read à 6 Ï [Reading] ➮ Rise of the Federation A Choice of Futures Star Trek Enterprise #15 ➶ Christopher L. Bennett – Insolpro.co.uk       A new nation has arisen from the ashes of the Romulan War; The The USS Endeavour and Captain Malcolm Reed of the USS Pioneer work with him to secure that bright future Yet others within the Federation see its purpose as chiefly of the Federation A Choice ePUB #187 military a united defense against a dangerous galaxy while some of its neighbors view that military might with suspicion and fear And getting the member nations their space fleets and even their technologies to work together as a unified whole is an ongoing challenge      When a new threat emerges from a force so alien and hostile that negotiation seems impossible a group of unaligned worlds asks. The universe of Star Trek Enterprise has always been a complicated one with the fact that the show was tasked with filling in the major gaps between First Contact Kirk's Enterprise with the primary focus on being eventually the building blocks of the Federation In Rise of the Federation A Choice of Futures Christopher L Bennett takes the first major step in the post Romulan War era with a book that takes place across almost a year The story itself is a three fold plot that involves the negotiations with the Saurians to bring them into the Federation the USS Endeavour under the command of Captain T'Pol which is responsible for helping to solve a mysterious alien attack by a group called the Mutes the USS Pioneer captained by Malcolm Reed which in trying to help out with meshing of technology gets caught in an unusual spot Bennett shows a mastery of the characters as he weaves each individual plot separately with care in a way that advances the stories of all the characters including Trip Tucker's exploits in Section 31 in a way that feels natural for the development of this era in time The plots themselves despite the intertwining of things from time to time is done in a way that allows for growth within the characters shows a maturity in them in this early Federation era Also the introduction of Samuel Kirk Tobin Dax are nice as well since those are names that come into play much later on down the lineAs a whole the book moves swiftly is easy to read It's also a very nice addition to this ever evolving cast of characters in this time frame There is still a lot of room for shorter individual stories to come out of this series since that may eventually happen again but if not this reader is happy to continue reading each connecting piece of a lost era in the Star Trek universe as the blanks keep filling in

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Starfleet to come to its defense and the Federation’s leaders seize the opportunity to build their reputation as an interstellar power But Archer fears the conflict is building toward an unnec­essary war potentially taking the young nation down a path it was never meant to follow Archer and his allies strive to find a better solutionbut old foes are working secretly to sabotage their efforts and ensure that the great experiment called the Federation comes to a uick and bloody end This novel is the first in the Rise of the Federation series outlining the early years of the United Federation of Plane. My initial review of this book was all of four words Bring back Michael Martin However since I'm well aware that doesn't do the book justice I will make an attempt to throw a few sentences together in a way that best describes my experience But where to begin Should I cover the extra long descriptions of things that were totally unnecessary or should I mention how I covered my face with embarrassment as certain characters went well beyond their norm and did things that were totally against their character such as making ship wide advertisements of their physical ailments If you are a fan of Enterprise and devoured Michael Martin's books on the Romulan War then rushed out to pick up Choice of Futures thinking it was going to continue from where the others left off you're rushing out for the wrong reasons This series needed on the War and less of a jump from the Romulans into whatever this was Don't get me wrong A Choice of Futures is full of memorable moments from the series that fans will enjoy but that is basically the entire premise of the book It was like the author was given a challenge How many scenes from the TV show can you throw into one 336 page novel and still manage a pinch of plot I was eager to settle down with my favorite series not relive episodes I could watch on DVDWhat little bit of a new plot that was there scattered among the lengthy useless uniform and ship descriptions Who's going to pick up this book and not already know enough about Star Trek to know that stuff was all right and somewhat interesting I couldn't say that the character development went too far in fact it might have gone backwards but at least said characters are recognizable and somewhat back together again I did like that they had moved on in their careers even if it does seem a little soon for some As a work of fanfiction this wouldn't have been too disappointing as a novel it made me wish I wasn't so addicted to the series that I was literally desperate for anything officialMy heart rose when I saw the note at the end will continue Spring 2014 It sank when I realized who the author would be At this point my only hope for enjoyment of the rest of the series is that someone will study the previous books a little to find out what works and remember that the readers picking up any Enterprise novels are already fans of the series We don't need hand holding we just need a visit with our favorite characters and another great story

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Rise of the Federation A Choice of Futures Star Trek Enterprise #15      A new the Federation MOBI #242 nation has arisen from the ashes of the Romulan War The Rise of MOBI #10003 United Federation of Planets an unprecedented union of diverse species cooperating for the good of the Federation PDF #10003 of all Admiral Jonathan Archer the former captain of the Earth starship USS of the Federation A Choice ePUB #187 Enterprise whose efforts made this union possible envisions a vibrant Fed­eration promoting galactic peace and a multi species Starfleet dedicated to exploring strange new worlds       Archer’s former crewmates including Captain T’Pol of. Great start to the Rise of the Federation series