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on 27 February 2013
Riker assumes control of his first command, USS Titan, hoping for an exploratory mission of the Orion arm but ends up dealing with the Romulan political fallout from the film Nemesis.

This book has a lot of Romulan politics and a lot of continuity- pretty much every character has some obscure link to previous star trek episodes or novels. It's somewhat overdone, particularly since most of it has little or no impact on the story being told.

The story takes a while to get going, but the final five chapters ramp up the tension and show that this new series has potential, assuming it can escape the quicksand of over complex continuity.
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