Star Trek: Federation

Star Trek: Federation

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Star Trek: Federation 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
Sabrenut More than 1 year ago
This is a great book for Star Trek fans that starts at the begining of warp drive up the Star Trek Next Generation. It has very interesting chacter study and holds your interest throughout the book.
Zachary Tinker More than 1 year ago
This is just a great book in general. Not only does it tie-in greatly but it could also stand alone for a newer star trek fan. The authors did a great job figuring out the mysterious and often overlooked Zephram Cochran. It is just a great book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is in three crisscrossing time periods: a biography of Zefram Cochrane, the Enterprise meeting Cochrane for the second time, and the Enterprise D doing something I forget. (It's been a while) The best part is the explanation of warp drive that conveniently becomes the Enterprise starburst command insignia, but a close second is the part where the two Enterprises meet without actually interacting. Read the book to see how.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a collector of Star Trek material: Written and Screenplay. I have found one of the biggest innacuracies to date. The timeline involving Cochrans developing the warp drive and the location and reasons for first contact with the vulcans... Other than that the ongoing alternate timelines in written material such as this continue to satisfy my cravings for new Star Trek material. Enjoy. But in order to enjoy you must ignore the description of the Cochrane timeline in this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Federation is the best inter-series novel written to date. It was written with care for what had happened in the series (plural), and with dedication to the writer's craft. Even though the action constantly jumps between three different timelines in the Star Trek Universe, the seams don't show. The best periods from both the Original Series and the Next Generation were selected for backgroud. They were then tied to some excellent sequences involving a pre series and pre First Contact Zefram Cochrane. One of Flint's past personae was thrown in for good measure. Readers who are loyal to reading either the Original Series or the Next Generation, and have resisted sampling either of the other series, should try Federation. They won't regret the introductory experience.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Right Trek fans-whether you're a fan of the original series or whatever else, this novel is definitive, go and get it right now, it has a great mix of the generations, action, romance and the ever famous sparring between McCoy and Spock not to mention their friendship with the rest of the command crew, the camraderie in both generations is obvious to see. I absolutely loved it and want to congratulate the authors-Judith and Garfield Reeves Stevens
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is thoroughly enjoyable, mainly because it spans more than 3 generations of the Federation, in a story that is captivating. If you are a fan of the Original Series, then there is something for you. If you are a fan of TNG, there is something for you too. And for those of you who have wanted to see two of the finest Captains in the Federation in one story, this is the book.........
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I think this is a good book
Storithesis More than 1 year ago
One of the best ST novels ever. This is what ST:First Contact SHOULD have been!
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