A Time to Die

A Time to Die Review

Captain Picard and the Enterprise, disgraced in the eyes of Starfleet, find themselves trapped between two factions in an interplanetary civil war....

Title:A Time to Die
Edition Language:English

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  • The first book was exciting, if a bit of a let down at the end (yes, let's rehash the novel's plot before the novel is even over! Genius!) This one was abjectly terrible. I could barely finish it. The...

  • John Vornholt concludes the first "A Time To..." duology on an embarrassingly low note, turning in a volume which verged between painful and laughable.After being unceremoniously committed to a mental...

  • Excellent read! This was the second part of the story began in A Time To Be Born, and it did not disappoint. Captain Picard, having been stripped of his command, has the opportunity to reunite with hi...

  • I hate giving the book only two stars because of how much I love Star Trek but if three is average than this is a step below that. It picks up where "A time to be Born" sort of just ended. Both books ...

  • I gave it 5 stars because I could not put it down. Reading this with "A time to be born" was a similar reading experience to Parts I and III of Vornholt's Dominion War books. So if you liked those, yo...

  • My second Star Trek book was an enjoyable reunion with familiar faces of the 90's. I don't think any new characters were introduced that will make it to another book. Might read another....

  • Yeah, this was fine. Not great, never going to reread it, but it was worth the time spent....

  • This is the second book of the nine-book Star Trek series A Time to . . .. It's really part 2 of the first section of the series written by John Vornholt. The third book starts up a new adventure that...

  • This is the sequel to the book A Time To Be Born. Picard has lost the Enterprise. In order to clear his name, The Enterprise, under the command of Riker, goes back to the space battlefield of the Firs...

  • With the era of the Next Generation seemingly at a close with Nemesis it's given the excellent writers and overall series bods at Simon & Shuster a chance to go back and fill in the gaps in Trek histo...