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Star Trek Enterprise books

ABfield

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Report this Dec. 22 2012, 3:09 pm

I really enjoyed Star Trek Enterprise, which I just got into in 2012. Yeah, I'm late to the party, I  know but Enterprise really got me in on the ground floor in the Star Trek Universe.


So I was sad when STE ended after just four seasons. After a bit of research I found the story continues with:


Star Trek Enterprise: The Good that Men Do                                      January - March 2155


Star Trek Enterprise: Koayashi Maru                                                 2135, May 2155 - July 2155


Star Trek Enterprise: The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wings   July 2155 - June 2156


Star Trek Enterprise: The Romulan War: To Brave the Storm               July 2156 - August 2161


***New!! I just saw today this next one is coming out next year!          


Star Trek Enterprise: The Rise of The Federation: A Choice of Futures  2161?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Star_Trek_novels#Enterprise_.282001-present.29


 


I was enjoying The Good that Men Do as it's get's into the Trip - T'Pol romance which was such a neat aspect of Enterprise. Then I've struggled with Kobayashi Maru...until today. Oh wow, Chapter 15 was awesome!! I won't spoil it, but there's a battle scene that is very well written.


What are your thought's about this book series?

Sora

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Report this Dec. 29 2012, 11:02 am

I've only read The Good That Men Do. I have the others but never got around to reading them. I'm very ADD lol


The Good That Men Do was great, but I have a hard time getting into Trek novels, because they are basically nothing more than fan fiction.


But what I think is really good is the new history book just recently released called Federation The First 150 Years. Now that book is INCREDIBLE! It's mostly Enterprise related. But goes into TOS time in the last couple of chapters. It pretty much starts at 1992 when the Eugenics War and World War III was going on and ended at 2311. Which is just a few decades before TNG begins. It was truely amazing, and written not by a fan, but an actual writer from Enterprise! It gives alot of backstory to Enterprise in particular that we don't get because Enterprise was canceled. I definitely reccomend it.

Thot Pren

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Report this Feb. 06 2013, 11:04 pm

The Enterprise reboot has not disappointed me. I am so glad someone ousted the horrid final episode of Enterprise and told the story of the Romulan War. Coto did a great service by making Enterprise make sense and creating a legacy that can be carried on through Trek novels.


"Repent your disobedience, and prepare for insertion of the instrument of obedience" -For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky (TOS)

Jim Kirk

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Report this Mar. 02 2013, 11:28 am

I also feel that the books you listed are the continuation of the series.  We can discuss canon for hours and in the end... think what you want.  i say it is the continuation and if someone syas it not ... oh well.  Just enjoy Trek


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guillermo.mejía

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Report this Mar. 05 2013, 6:41 am

I say it's a shame the Romulan War series was cut down to only 2 books rather than 3. This made Star Trek Enterprise: The Romulan War: To Brave the Storm feel rushed.


Also I felt the cover was deceptive, with it's promise of Daedulas and NX class vessles fighting side by side. I won't say any more.

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