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  • Very Disappointing

    I read all three novels in the series. There were times in all three novels that I almost could not put the book down. In the conclusion of the series, the finale/ending was absolutely terrible. It was a mish mash of unconnected and irrelevant ideas and it seems as if the author was trying hard to tie it in to the Picard series, which didn't work. Very poorly written in my opinion. So not only was the ending a HUGE disappointment (after having spent the time and money to read all three novels) the author had to inject his stupid politics in the acknowledgement at the end. A total turn off. This prompted me to look up the author, and although I have read many of his novels in the past, I won't anymore. Just stick to writing and leave politics out of it.

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  • Just awful

    This was the worst book of the Coda series. While already stuck with a plot that didn't make a lot of sense, this book is hampered by poor science fiction, bad science, unnecessary technobable, and awful writing. There were many unnecessary scenes. The "Grace Note" at the end was completely unnecessary. The series did a more severe injustice to the "Star Trek" literary universe of the past twenty years than Disney did by making all the Star Wars novels "Legends". The 3 authors of the Coda books should have left well enough alone.

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  • Disappointing

    I liked the ideas of this and the previous two books, but it really felt like they ran out of ideas in the second half. I ended up skipping most of the last two chapters as it was frankly getting boring by that point.

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  • Flawed execution of a shaky premise

    The overall plotting is too stuffed, your manages to spin its wheels at the same time. In an attempt to give breadth, The characterization of some characters is atrocious and reminiscent of early first season writers Bible write-ups. The entire riker plot line waste what little time the novel has for the character into making him an antagonist, when we know it cannot possibly end that way. Because this novel is the conclusion of a three-part series, the stakes are ratcheted incredibly high but we spend so much time getting through those scenes, the plot seems to drag on forever. Ultimately, with Voyager haveing its own solid ending, and TNG's Collateral Damage starting the transition of the TNG crew to where the television show Picard seems to be, The series really seems to fall flat and ultimately becomes unnecessary. In an attempt to bring closure to the novel universe, it just destroys. I really just needed an ending to the deep space nine and Titan and Aventine stories. Because this novel series is always going to end in a hand waving alternate universe explanation, it could have gone more gently, with grace. The escalating multi-universe threat reaches a point in the first novel that by its end there is no place to go but down. Impossible to beat enemies seem at least possible to defeat by book 3, robbing the novels of any tension. I believe that I will not go back and reread this series. I will let my experiences with the novel verse and with Collateral Damage.

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