Fortune of War

Fortune of War Review

From New York Times bestselling author David Mack comes an original, thrilling novel set in the universe of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Death slumbers in the ashes of silent planets, waiting to be awakened and unleashed…

Twenty years have passed since the interstellar scourge known as the Husnock were exterminated without warning by a being with godlike abilities. Left behind, intact but abandoned, their desolate worlds and derelict ships brim with destructive potential.

Now a discovery by a Federation cultural research team has drawn the attention of several ruthless factions. From black market smugglers to alien military forces, it seems every belligerent power in the quadrant hopes to capture the Husnock's lethal technology.

All that stands between the galaxy and those who have come to plunder the cruelest secrets of the Husnock are Admiral William Riker, Captain Christine Vale, and the crew of the Starship Titan.

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  • Daniel Kukwa

    As a balls to the wall action/adventure -- and a long-time-in-coming sequel to a TNG episode -- this certainly works, and hardly ever pauses for breath. My only issue is that I'm not enamored with muc...

  • Aron

    As expected David Mack turned out another high quality ST story. Over the years Mack has really done a lot with the Breen & it's always fun to see what he does next. Also getting to see Riker continui...

  • Tariq Mahmood

    A great read for any Star Trek fan, a real page-turner. Though I didn't really like the end but the story right until the end kept me completely captivated. I love way various racial features are disc...

  • Andrew

    Spoilers ahead - A lot happens in this book despite the fact that almost no progress was made for 20 years while the federation research team studied Husnock technology. The Pakled, Orions and Breen s...

  • Fate's Lady

    I'm halfway and I'm bored. This is supposed to be some high stakes race to a super weapon, but I don't feel any interest or sympathy for any of the characters except maybe one of the Ferengi... but th...

  • J

    Fortune of War is the latest novel following the continuing stories of, now-Admiral, William Riker. On the edge of explored space the ruins of a vast, powerful, and technologically dangerous civilizat...

  • Paul Lunger

    The first standalone Titan novel in a while, David Mack's "Fortune of War", is a follow-up to TNG's "The Survivors". The basic premise around the novel at the beginning is the discovery of a way into ...

  • Michael

    There is a ton of action in this one, lots of characters we have loved for years or grown to like from the Titan books, but not enough Riker. This is more a Vale as Captain story. That's fine, and the...

  • Martín Pérez

    I've enjoyed David Mack's Bashir/Section 31 novels, and his wife exploration of the Breen is very interesting, but this novel didn't do the trick as a Titan book. Past Titan novels by other authors ha...

  • Terje Fokstuen

    David Mack writes good Star Trek novels. Titan: Fortune of War is based on the ST:TNG episode "the survivors" where the Enterprise finds evidence of the disappearance of a entire race of advanced bein...