Another Star Trek tale you've got to read!
Book two in the Titan series is really a "part two" of the first book and you are left with a feeling of, "This seems like I have been here before,". Yes, it does seem this plot is a "been there, done that" as far as plots go in Star Fleet. However, the book is a fast, easy read but be ready to have a lot of characters (and strange names) thrown your way. To the point that it is a bit hard to keep up with who is who. I found myself turning back some pages to make sure who was being talked about. Still, if you are reading the Titan books - don't miss this one but I'm glad the third (next) book has a new writer.
An excellent 'fill in the blanks' book for people who are interested in the backstory from "Nemesis". A totally enjoyable read on it's own merits, too. Star Trek stories tend to lend themselves to individual telling as well as support of the whole and this book is a perfect example of that. Highly recommended.
The first book in this series was good. This book is an unabashed treatise on diversity with little or no thought given to a science fiction story line. There are no heroes here, just scared little beings afraid of hurting some diverse beings feelings. This is totally antithetic to the original intent of Star Trek and Mr. Rodenberry would be upset to say the least. Overall an awful read and I would not recommend it to anyone and I will not finish the series.