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Even though this book ends in a multi-pronged cliff hanger, I will probably not read the next installment.
I mean, after all, the book is titled: "Star Trek: ENTERPRISE: The Romulan War", not "Star Trek: EVERYONE ELSE and a Bit of Enterprise: The Romulan War"!
It feels to me like the author spent too much time thinking about how to end this story without focusing on how we would actually get there.
A good read. Continuing in the process of filling the years between "Enterprise" and TOS, this book is enjoyable and worth a look. Not great literature, but fun.Published 2 days ago by John W. Faulconbridge
This book exceeded my expectations. I read STOS first, then Voyager, then Enterprise. Quality of the stories varies, but this one was complex, well thought out, presented the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Lizzie
While I felt that the overall story was good, it seemed hard to read, it felt disjointed. The author spent far to much time using Vulcan and Romulan language and then translating... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leo C. Arnone
To Brave The Storm had so much potential from the previous novels leading up to it. That potential was wasted with rushed story lines and lazy writing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Freeman
Good author and so far a good series. If you are a big Trek fan you will notice a few factual inconsistencies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Clark
This was a hard book to read. I never knew you could make war so boring but they managed to do it in this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Book Guy
The only inconsistency I found was a lack of ships bearing down on Romulus, causing the Praetor to request a cease fire. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angelic
Ah, I had such hopes. I saw Shran on the cover and, although the Andorians usually bore me, I like the stories with Shran. Forget about it. He is in about 20 pages of the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by derrick