Fallen Gods

Fallen Gods Review

The Starship Titan continues on her outward voyage of discovery in this latest exciting novel.

Though the Federation still reels from Andor's political decision that will forever affect the Federation, Captain William T. Riker and the crew of the USS Titan are carrying out Starfleet's renewed commitment to deep space exploration. While continuing to search the Beta Quadrant's unknown expanses for an ancient civilizations long-lost quick-terraforming technology–a potential boon to many Borg-ravaged worlds across the Federation and beyond–Titan's science specialists encounter the planet Ta'ith, home to the remnant of a once-great society that may hold the very secrets they seek. But this quest also takes Titan perilously close to the deadly Vela Pulsar, the galaxy's most prolific source of lethal radiation, potentially jeopardizing both Titan and what remains of the Ta'ithan civilization.

Meanwhile, Riker finds himself on a collision course with the Federation Council and the Andorian government, both of which intend to deprive Titan of its Andorian crewmembers. And one of those Andorians–Lieutenant Pava Ek'Noor sh'Aqabaa–uncovers a terrible danger that has been hiding in plain sight for more than two centuries...

Title:Fallen Gods
Edition Language:English

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  • Christopher

    This book was tough to review because I honestly like half of the story. That, however, was the problem; there were two distinct and completely unrelated stories.Important disclaimer first: If have no...

  • John Carter McKnight

    I was torn between 2 and 3 stars, and finally decided that, though it wasn't what I wanted, it was a solid example of what it is. I haven't been reading any of the Trek ship series: I returned to the ...

  • Dan

    Fallen Gods is not a terrible novel. It's just kind of... there. The prose is bland, and the story is not terribly engrossing. There are some positives in the novel: for example, Tuvok's reaction to t...

  • Crystal Bensley

    A good Titan novel focusing on the Andorians on board after their world leaving the Federation. Slow in some parts but a decent story....

  • Scott Williams

    This one moves apace. There’s quite a bit of action and Martin does a great job of making sure it’s clear what’s happening where. I feel badly for all the torture that these novels seem to be pu...

  • Brett Thomasson

    During the heyday of Star Trek novel publication, Pocket Books put more than a hundred books into print telling stories from the original 1960s series as well as later spinoffs The Next Generation and...

  • Bridget Petrella

    Though the United Federation of Planets still reels from Andor’s political decision that will forever affect the coalition, Captain William T. Riker and the crew of the U.S.S. Titan are carrying out...

  • Barry

    A planet and civilisation under threat from a pulsar where the ship's engine makes it worse, a former friendly race with a very naughty plan, and a general continuation of the themes from the last few...

  • Maurice Jr.

    Another winner! After facing down the Gorn over a terraforming device, Tuvok and SecondGenWhiteBlue both have the knowledge of how to rebuild the destroyed device locked into their brains. White-Blue ...

  • Larry Mills

    This is a story that pits stereotypical logical,rational scientists against illiterate,uneducated, and violent religionists and does so with some of the most purple prose I have ever read.An example.....