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  • Series: Star Trek: Vanguard
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek; Original edition (September 27, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451608632
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451608632
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,013 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Dayton Ward is a software developer, having become a slave to Corporate America after spending eleven years in the US Marine Corps. In addition to the numerous credits he shares with friend and cowriter Kevin Dilmore, he is the author of several Star Trek novels, the science fiction novels The Last World War, Counterstrike: The Last World War, Book II and The Genesis Protocol as well as short stories which have appeared in more than twenty anthologies. He’s also written for web sites such as Syfy.com, Tor.com, and StarTrek.com. He lives in Kansas City with his wife and daughters, but he’s a Florida native and maintains a torrid long-distance romance with his beloved Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Find him on the web at DaytonWard.com.

Still reeling from the knowledge that Star Trek was a live-action series before it was a Saturday-morning cartoon, Kevin Dilmore is continually grateful for his professional involvement on the fiction and the nonfiction sides of the Star Trek universe for nearly a decade. Since 1997, he has been a contributing writer to Star Trek Communicator, penning news stories and personality profiles for the bimonthly publication of the Official Star Trek Fan Club. He has written for magazines including Amazing Stories, Star Wars Kids and FLIcK. Kevin’s interviews with some of Star Trek’s most popular authors appear in volumes of the Star Trek Signature Editions, published by Pocket Books. On the fictional side of things, his short stories include “The Road to Edos” in the Star Trek: New Frontier anthology No Limits and “Home on the Strange,” the first installment of Reality Cops: The Continuing Adventures of Vale and Mist for Phobos Books. With Dayton Ward, he has written the Star Trek: The Next Generation novels A Time to Sow and A Time to Harvest, a story for the anthology Star Trek: Tales of the Dominion War, eight installments of the continuing ebook series Star Trek: S.C.E. and the short story “Enemy Unknown!” for Rocket League—The Thrilling Roleplaying Game by Playus Maximus. Kevin lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

More About the Author

If you're reading this, then chances are you've read one of my books or are considering doing so.

Or, maybe you just clicked on a link by mistake while on your way to something more interesting.

Doesn't matter. Welcome!

So...about me...yeah. Well, you see, it's like this:

When I'm not writing, I'm a software developer, having become a slave to Corporate America after spending eleven years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Why did I join the military? Pretty simple, really. I'd gotten tired of people telling me what to do all the time, and was looking for a change.

Whoops.

Though I've written a few short stories and novels on my own, I've written a lot more in collaboration with my friend and fellow author, Kevin Dilmore.

What types of stories do I like to write? Pretty much the same kind I like to read: Engaging plots with interesting characters. Whether I actually succeed in crafting stories which meet those criteria are for you to decide.

Though I was born and raised in Tampa, Florida, fate and circumstances have seen to it that my wife and I now call Kansas City home. My wife spends a great deal of time and effort as a volunteer K-9 handler and search & rescue tech, training along with one of our dogs in order to assist law enforcement when searching for missing persons. As you can imagine, there are a few story ideas to be gleaned from that.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TerilynnS on October 12, 2011
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I DEVOURED this book in two sittings in two days.

Things are really coming to a head for the cast of SB47. Ward and Dilmore artfully and seamlessly coax the reader through what could have been a mess of sub-plots. But the book reads as a mental television show and you find yourself grateful there are no commercials which would hold you back from the characters you've grown to love.

I am shattered that there is only one book left in this series. This is one good thing that shouldn't come to an end. :P
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matthias Russell on October 4, 2011
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This was definitely a "wrapping it up" story filled with the end of some characters with the endgame of others decidedly marked.

For the most part, the book lacked major epic events with the action sequences on the Omari-Ekron and Lovell the only parts that REALLY got my blood going. Though this wasn't the typical Vanguard thrill ride, What Judgments Come was still filled with excellent story and character interactions that managed to stir my emotions. I've enjoyed how every Vanguard novel raises the bar for the next with an astounding cliffhanger. Though WJC didn't end with one of these jaw-dropping cliffhangers it did thoroughly whet my appetite for the coming series finale.

This book did a great job doing what the episode's leading up to DS9's finale did- giving the series a much needed calm before the storm providing fans valuable insights into key characters and leaving them feeling fulfilled for the time they spent in the series.

Top notch story telling. The Vanguard guys have truly made a trek treasure in this series with Ward and Dilmore contributing a shining jewel with What Judgments Come.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dayton L. Kitchens on December 19, 2011
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The only thing bad about the Star Trek:Vanguard is that apparently the series is coming to and end in the very near future (2012). This is a loss both for Trek fans and good science fiction/space opera fans in general because the series has been outstanding. This piece of the story starts the rapid process of combining the various portions of the Vanguard storyline and focusing them in preparation for the final novel to come. The resolution of the fate of former Vanguard commanding officer Diego Reyes was particularly well done.

Vanguard would make a great basis for a Star Trek television series set in the original series era.
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By P. Scroggins on January 28, 2014
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Vanguard had easily become my favorite Star Trek series, a ST. For grown-ups, it dealt with adult situations and more mature themes. WHAT JUDGEMENTS MAY COME is an okay book, but not what I had come to expect from the series. I'm sorry that it's ending, but hoped for more...
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By Mari B on December 29, 2013
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Not as exciting or action packed as other Vanguard books, but it had its moments and answered some important questions.
Now, I need more. More books about Pennington, Reyes and T'Pren. I have a few more to read. In fact, these wonderful Star Trek authors are some of my favorites. Anything Star Trek by these gentlemen is preordered. Delivered automatically to my Kindle Fire. Oh, such happiness!!
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By James Yanni on October 15, 2013
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This is the second-to-last book in the series, and it's a pretty good read. I don't much care for the frame story format, but other than that it had very little to be said against it. It's not great, but not bad at all and if you've enjoyed the previous six books in the series, you won't want to miss this one. If you haven't read the others, this is no place to start, and if you read them and didn't care for them, there's no reason to think you'll like this one any better.
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By Mark Anthony Watt on February 25, 2013
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All products selected, functioned as advertised. The only concern I experienced was with the USED paperback novels. The "Labels / Stickers" placed on the exterior cover that identity / reflect location and ownership, for example a Public Library.
I enjoy the artistry of the Book Covers . And when these Labels / Stickers are placed on the Face, Back and or Binding, this removes the VISUAL value of the book (Keeping in mind that it sold as a USED product).
After carefully scraping off the "Labels / Stickers" with my thumb nail, a very sticky surface remains.
One method I have found to remove the sticky residue is by taking a clean cotton ball and applying a small amount (2-3 drops) of AVON-Skin So Soft- Bath Oil. This product cleans the area of concern without damaging the book cover.
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