Rise of the Federation: Patterns of Interference

Rise of the Federation: Patterns of Interference

by Christopher L. Bennett

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ISBN-13: 9781501165771
Publisher: Pocket Books
Publication date: 08/29/2017
Series: Star Trek: Enterprise
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 127,850
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

Christopher L. Bennett is a lifelong resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, with bachelor’s degrees in physics and history from the University of Cincinnati. He has written such critically acclaimed Star Trek novels as Ex Machina, The Buried Age, the Titan novels Orion’s Hounds and Over a Torrent Sea, the two Department of Temporal Investigations novels Watching the Clock and Forgotten History, and the Enterprise novels Rise of the Federation: A Choice of Futures, Tower of BabelUncertain Logic, and Live By the Code, as well as shorter works including stories in the anniversary anthologies Constellations, The Sky’s the Limit, Prophecy and Change, and Distant Shores. Beyond Star Trek, he has penned the novels X Men: Watchers on the Walls and Spider Man: Drowned in Thunder. His original work includes the hard science fiction superhero novel Only Superhuman, as well as several novelettes in Analog and other science fiction magazines.

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Rise of the Federation: Patterns of Interference 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Well written, I hope it continues
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A bit complicated and hard to follow at times , but a worthy read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having read Mr. Bennett's previous Enterprise novels an enjoying them, I was really looking forward reading Archer and gang's continuing adventures! Sadly, after reading the novel however, I feel it leaves a lot to be desired. The book is filled with so much sexual references and innuendos that it strays from the ideas of Star Trek. Chapter after chapter...after chapter... has so much sexual filler that the main story gets muddled (I'm especially looking at you Hoshi - but keep your shirt on...). That's not to say that the novel doesn't have great moments and sets up some great future story arcs. I hope the next novel will deliver by returning to its roots and not rely on needless filler.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
COME ON! I love politics,but I read Star Trek to get a break from it. I know that Star Trek thru the years has always been right there with social commentary but this is so much I'm not sure if I want to read it more. And what's the deal with publishing books so far apart from each other when their stories arch. It's hard to remember who's who and what happened when the last book you read of a certain time period was over a year ago and you read several others in the meantime.