The twist is clever, and the book ends on a cliffhanger so that you buy part 2. I have to say that the ending itself was a little bit of a let down due to its cliff hanger nature. If your a fan of Enterprise you should enjoy this book. As he is on the verge of mounting a desperate rescue attempt, however, a shocking turn of events forces him to confront the ghosts of Daedalus one final time. As he is on the verge of mounting a desperate rescue attempt, however, a shocking turn of events forces him to confront the ghosts of Daedalus one final time. This is a fast, exciting read centering almost exclusively on Trip.
Excerpts of sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of. Did she wish Ferik was dead? Should they detect our presence, it would undoubtedly have far-ranging consequences for the development of their civilization. About the Author: Dave Stern has written and collaborated on previous works of Star Trek fiction, as well as the New York Times bestselling biography Crosley. It could all end right here. Irgun's thrusters followed next-again, for just a split second. He looked up and saw Archer smiling at him -- as if the captain could read his thoughts. It finished the story quite nicely and had just enough twists to still be believable yes, I know it's fiction.
The thing is, the assumption was always that a nuclear war would pretty much destroy all civilization, but a war fought more with tactical nuclear weapons, as a more limited exchange, wouldn't be quite so apocalyptic. Just not in the way Brodesser had hoped. When a freak explosion cripples his vessel, leaving her helpless before a surprise attack, Trip is forced to abandon his ship -- and his shipmates. The mission had been timed down to the exact second-these chronometers would enable the teams, even separated, to work in perfect synchronization. When a freak explosion cripples his vessel, leaving her helpless before a surprise attack, Trip is forced to abandon his ship -- and his shipmates.
After a half-dozen years of research and testing, Starfleet prepares to launch its first warp 5 vessel -- Daedalus. I wasn't prepared for the two part story line and grumbled at the end of the first one Daedalus but now I'm glad I read both. Trip's characterization is fitting in my opinion and the original charcters are well fleshed out. Victor Brodesser's voice, as the most controversial scientist Earth had produced in a dozen generations stood up from behind his desk and reached forward to shake Trip's hand. The ship launches on schedule, and as Trip watches in horror, it explodes in a catastrophic ion cascade reaction, killing all aboard. The ship launches on schedule, and as Trip watches in horror, it explodes in a catastrophic ion cascade reaction, killing all aboard. Never mind an entire planet full of them.
Its forward hatch was open, and portions of the hull had been removed, exposing layers of exotic-looking circuitry. From 2001 to 2003, the book line was published as Enterprise, without the Star Trek prefix, similar to the television series which was did not include the prefix on its title card until season three. After a half-dozen years of research and testing, prepares to launch its first — Daedalus. I would have liked a different approach that had something new to say. When a freak explosion cripples his vessel, leaving her helpless before a surprise attack, Trip is forced to abandon his ship -- and his shipmates. I don't know about that. Propelled by a radical new engine designed by 's most brilliant warp field theorist, Victor Brodesser, the new ship will at last put the within 's reach.
He sighed and closed his eyes. One of the soldiers stepped forward. Initially, this book starts off with deconstructing the Suliban cell ship for a mission into a spatial anomaly but quickly spirals into more of an action-based plot involving military dictators and interfering with less advanced species. Him, leaning forward to kiss her. He would far prefer to work on the cloak himself, having done a lot of work with that module already, all of which was in his head and only in his head, so he would have to spend a good chunk of time bringing T'Pol up to speed on where he was before moving forward on his analysis.
It features a few flashbacks of Trip's life that are interesting. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the star trek enterprise daedalus stern dave gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Meanwhile, they are discovering how to use the Ion drive on the cell ship. Trip put himself in her shoes, just as Royce had suggested. I suspect that will be the case for any reader.
And even if he manages to find a solution to that dilemma, one last survivor of the doomed flight of the Daedalus stands between Enterprise and her safe return home. Still haunted by memories of that disaster, Trip now serves as chief engineer aboard the Enterprise. That way she can be assured of its reliability before we decide whether or not to undertake the survey. One of the most unsettling experiences of his life -- looking down and seeing your hand gone from the wrist up, made doubly unsettling by the fact that even though he couldn't see the hand, he could still feel it. They'd used the cell-ship's cloak on one previous occasion -- a life-or-death occasion -- and though it had ultimately done what they required of it, its function had been.
Every hour they spend in this parallel continuum brings them closer to death. The rest of the crew get token appearances early on Hoshi gets more to do, but she is a distant second to the engineer , but this is Tucker's moment to shine. Just finishing up a little something in Launch Bay Two. Trip's big discovery at the end doesn't come too surprisingly for the attentive reader, but is a nice hook for the second book Daedalus' Children. Dave Stern 29 October 2002 Surak's Soul J. His concern for her safety, when Trip had pulled out the sensor.