Star Trek Titan #1: Taking Wing

Star Trek Titan #1: Taking Wing

by Michael A. Martin, Andy Mangels
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Star Trek Titan #1: Taking Wing 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 53 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Taking Wing is both a great title and a sore understatement of the new beginning for Captain William Riker. Now in command of the new ship Titan, Riker must take on not only a new ship and crew, but a new mission more challenging then anyone could have expected. This book does a beautiful job of introducing the most truly diverse crew ever in the history of Starfleet and the Federation. Riker's command style is perfectly portrayed. Added to the intermingling of such a diverse crew and offers a lot of humerous moments. This book is a thrilling journey with many moral and political lessons.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An Awesome Book, Looks like Titan has a bright future. I am reading this book for the second time and I still enjoy it, because it keeps me at the edge of my seat. Is a book that I can't put down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The authors did a good job of integrating characters that have been introduced from the Original Series, TNG, DS9 and Voyager into Titan's crew. The storyline for Riker's first mission was solid following the events of the movie Nemesis. Great opening novel for the Titan series. I look forward to reading the next book. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys the Star Trek Universe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a good read, I like the idea of pushing the envelope on the species that are in the federation. Its also a good spin away from the next generation as you get to watch Riker come into his own as Captain.
nothing_in_there More than 1 year ago
This is a great book set post-Nemesis in the Star Trek Universe. The Romulan Empire is a mess after Schinzon's demise at the hands of the USS Enterprise. In need of stability in the region, the Romulans request the help of the Federation, and the Federation sends William Riker and his new ship the Titan to keep things from falling apart more. I really enjoyed this, and look forward to reading the following books of the series.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Having just recently rewatched Star Trek Nemesis, this book was a good choice to read. It starts up near where Nemesis ended. I like Will Riker’s command style and the first book in the Titan series was a good representation of that style. As always, Star Trek is known for its diversity and to my knowledge no ship is as diverse as Titan. This was a good read and a nice start to the series.
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I was skeptical at first that this might be a very poor spin off but after reading the book i was very impressed. Rikers first command seems to be one adventure after another and i look foward to reading the rest of the series.
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