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FREE PDF ✓ BOOK Takedown µ [PDF / Epub] ☃ Takedown By John Jackson Miller – Helpyouantib.co.uk An all new novel of Star Trek The Next Generation—one of the most popular Star Trek series of all time featuring the adventures of Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the USS EnterpriseWhen rene An all new novel of Star Trek The Next GenerAn all new novel of Star Trek The Next Generation one of the most popular Star Trek series of all time featuring the adventures of Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the USS EnterpriseWhen renegade Federation starships begin wreaking destruction across the Alpha uadrant Captain Jean Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise are shocked to discover that the mastermin One of the best Star Trek novels ever An instant classic READER’S LOG The best way to escape a bad day was to start the next I have been lucky to read previous material by John Jackson Miller the author as he put it published in another galaxy that I enjoyed a lot and I was able too to read his first step into the Final Frontier with a short story published some months ago that I think it was excellentAnd now I am totally astonished about this great book that it deserves to be side by side along with the best Star Trek novels ever written I am not exaggerating honestly I enjoyed so much with this book as I’ve been while reading the other Star Trek novels written by the already established regular authors in this franchiseCertainly I do hope that John Jackson Miller will write Star Trek in the near future since if the following one would be as good as this one he will become a highly valuable addition to the roster of writers in Star Trek Takedown is all you want to be in a good Star Trek novel It’s smart with great concepts of science fiction exciting action good dialogues well balanced use of all characters valuable addition of new characters excellent knowledge of Star Trek’s history etcThere are been some arguing that some of the newest Star Trek novels in recent years in the “Relaunch” era have too much political babble and not enough action but in here you will find a fair amount of political issues with a fair amount of action too I believe that turning too much to any extreme of those elements indeed can affect a good reading experience of a Star Trek novel so it’s truly great seeing whena the perfect balance is acomplishedObviously the commanding officers like Admiral William Riker Captain Jean Luc Picard and Captain Ezri Dax have good development but you will see that the crews of each one have a very good exploiting on the narrative maybe the USS Titan’s crew seems to be less used but they have their good moments too and they are indeed an integral part of the developing of the story Also maybe that’s why he wrote a short story focused to the Titan’s crew noticing that they will kinda diminished in this novel And even John Jackson Miller created new characters with good development and totally justified why they are thereAlso you don’t perceive any favoritism to any commanding officer every one has their very fair time on the story everyone is pivotal and everyone is able to shine a lot And certainly each of them are well back up by their own crewsJohn Jackson Miller shows a master management of the history of the 24th Century’s TV series on their aired seasons but also the expanded “Relaunch” era and even a wonderful skill to know how to integrate the Original Series to the story as any Trekker we love to read our novels READER’S LOG – SUPPLEMENTAL You can’t fix the past but you can try to make things better in the future This story is a test of friendships a trial to loyalties a proving to alliances an exam of doing what’s right an experiment to trust and faithAlso it’s a great example of how easy what you give as granted can be taken by the less suspected not matter the reasonsHow incredibly easy the communications acomplished in huge expanses of space can be lost causing chaos and fearA priceless chance for the commanding officers to evaluate their careers and how they have been so far and to analyze if their past choices were the right onesSometimes some writers tend to find ways to “re introduce” the present dark nature of human beings into the futuristic bright future designed by Gene Roddenberry and some darkness here and there certainly is useful to the evolution of the franchise but certainly one always can admire and celebrate in novels like this one when the human being can show how truly deserve to boldly go where no one has gone before acomplishing a critical positive impact in the galactic community to improve the social evolution of all

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D behind this sudden threat is none other than Picard’s protégé and friend Admiral William T Riker The newly minted admiral is on board the USS Aventine as part of a special assignment even as the mystery deepens behind his involvement in the growing crisis But the Aventine is helmed by Captain Ezri Dax someone who is no stranger to breaking Starfleet regulations and her 45 stars I first found this a little worrying at least based on what was happening to one of my favourite characters in the canon but when the big bad was revealed I was relieved since it meant things would work out The action did pick up nicely and thinking through the conseuences was fascinating and I loved how the author managed to tie in multiple episodes from the TV series as well as into the greater tapestry that has grown in the book relaunch

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TakedownStarship is by far the faster vesseland Riker cannot yield even to his former mentor It’s a battle of tactical geniuses and a race against time as Picard struggles to find answers before the uadrant’s great powers violently retaliate against the Federation ™ ® © CBS Studios Inc STAR TREK and related marks and logos are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc All Rights Reserv Although the story is good I had a very hard time getting into this book It took me forever to finish because I would read a couple chapters then put it down to read something else them come back to it only to put it down again after a few chapters After I got through the first half of the book I started to like it and was able to finish it rather uickly I'm not sure if it was the author's writing style or just that the first half of the story was rather confusing 8 different species are invited to a peace summit at an unknown embassy and then start acting totally out of character and started destroying communication's arrays without killing anyone just didn't make sense to me but by the end of the story is made a little bit of sense Anyway I'd give this a 35 rating if I could I rounded up because I do enjoy Star Trek so much