“Star Trek: The Fall: Peaceable Kingdoms” Review by Lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com

 Star Trek: The Fall: Peaceable Kingdoms Review by Lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com

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I’ve been trying to decide what I wanted out of this book. In some ways, The Fall is a loose mini-series; it’s not like, say, Destiny, where you could publish the whole thing as one big book. But it is also not Typhon Pact; it’s not just a set of books about a common situation, there’s a sequence of plot developments that carry from book to book. The events of Revelation and Dust spark the events of The Crimson Shadow and A Ceremony of Losses; A Ceremony of Losses directly leads into The Poisoned Chalice; The Poisoned Chalice directly leads into Peaceable Kingdoms. At the end of The Poisoned Chalice, it’s known that Ishan’s chief of staff was responsible for the assassination of President Bacco, and Riker has reached out to Picard to try to stop it…

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