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Storming Heaven (Star Trek: Vanguard, #8) I WAS THERE UNTIL THE END, MATE THE BITTER, BLOODY END Vanguard Is Under Siege Surrounded By Enemies, Admiral Nogura Sends The Scout Ship Sagittarius To Find An Ancient Weapon That Might Be The Federation S Only Hope Of Stopping The Alien Threat Known As The Shedai Qo NoS Is Wracked By Scandal Councillor Gorkon Fights To Expose A Romulan Plot To Corrupt Members Of The Klingon High Council, Only To Learn The Hard Way That Crusaders Have Few Allies, And Even Fewer Friends Tholia Teeters On The Brink Of Madness To Prevent Starfleet From Wielding TheShedai S Power As Its Own, The Tholians Deploy An Armada With One Mission Kill The Shedai By Destroying Vanguard THE EPIC SAGA S EXPLOSIVE FINALE

10 thoughts on “Storming Heaven (Star Trek: Vanguard, #8)

  1. says:

    Storming Heaven is a reasonably satisfactory conclusion to the Star Trek Vanguard series, and as usual it s largely due to Mack s skill as a writer and his ability to weave a skein of disparate threads into a solid piece of cloth Not another Bayeux tapestry, perhaps, but definitely a well stitched T shirt that won t fall apart after a few rounds in the washing machine.I do have two problems with how the series worked out One is the relegation of Diego Reyes to a passive observer of even Storming Heaven is a reasonably satisfactory conclusion to the Star Trek Vanguard series, and as usual it s largely due to Mack s skill as a writer and his ability to weave a skein of disparate threads into a solid piece of cloth Not another Bayeux tapestry, perhaps, but definitely a well stitched T shirt that won t fall apart after a few rounds in the washing machine.I do have two problems with how the series worked out One is the relegation of Diego Reyes to a passive observer of events He was the most interesting and dynamic of the characters, and his absence sucked a lot of energy out of the story I hope Mack revisits Reyes career at some point in the future The second problem was the anticlimactic resolution of the Shedai view spoiler They were reduced to impotence and destroyed by the literal flick of a switch, and then only because the Federation lucked onto a piece of ali...

  2. says:

    This is the final volume of the Star Trek Vanguard miniseries, which has taken quite some time to see its conclusion It s hard to believe that there were only eight main titles in the series, and that the story as a whole managed to remain relatively tight and self contained There s no doubt that this is the definitive ending to the saga, and it unspools at a blistering pace.I look back fondly on the Deep Space Nine Season 8 series of books, and when it was clear that the momentum of Season This is the final volume of the Star Trek Vanguard miniseries, which has taken quite some time to see its conclusion It s hard to believe that there were only eight main titles in the series, and that the story as a whole managed to remain relatively tight and self contained There s no doubt that this is the definitive ending to the saga, and it unspools at a blistering pace.I look back fondly on the Deep Space Nine Season 8 series of books, and when it was clear that the momentum of Season 9 was never going to be maintained, leaving a ton of unresolved plot threads, I was wary of any future long form plans from the Star Trek novel line Even New Frontier could end up being incomplete, at this rate So the notion of Vanguard as a concept was very intriguing That it was, tonally, Deep Space Nine in the time period of the Original Series only made it bet...

  3. says:

    A seven year saga comes to an explosive end While Dave is known for his pyrotechnics and earns his nickname as the Angel of Death, there are many lovely, quiet moments here that can be overshadowed T Prynn with Spock and T Prynn with Cervantes Quinn are two such moments and they give the book heart The Enterprise scenes...

  4. says:

    Vanguard concluded in exactly the way I wished it hadn t but expected it would It features a star studded deus ex machina, the most blatantly foreshadowed death in the history of the world, and a contrived excuse for none of this showing up in any other Star Trek series.That being said, I kind of liked this book It had some good character beats and certainly wrapped up all the disparate plot points But that s pretty much all it did The prose is some of the best in the series, but sometimes c Vanguard concluded in exactly the way I wished it hadn t but expected it would It features a star studded deus ex machina, the most blatantly foreshadowed death in the history of the world, and a contrived excuse for none of this showing up in any other Star Trek series.That being said, I kind of liked this book It had some good character beats and certainly wrapped up all the disparate plot points But that s pretty much all it did The prose is some of the best in the series, but sometimes comes off as a little too ar...

  5. says:

    Amazing, amazing story David Mack has managed the almost impossible He has crafted a conclusion to an amazing series that is on par and in some ways even exceeds the quality of the build up Highly emotional ending to a series that has brought me great joy to read over the...

  6. says:

    A tour de force planet killing one of a kind opus like no other VANGUARD ends as it began a breakneck pace, twists no one could predict, with characters that epitomize the finest Trek literature has to offer We are in David Mack s de...

  7. says:

    What a ride I ve enjoyed Vanguard every step of the way, from the beginning to the bitter, bloody end Kudos to David Mack, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dil and Marco Palmieri for this epic Star Trek literary saga It makes me look at the original series in a whole new light.

  8. says:

    An exciting finish to a fascinating series Oh wait Is there an epilogue of some kind on the way

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here So, this is it The end of the books only Trek series Vanguard Is it a worthy ending to this very ambitious project Storming Heaven suffers a bit from its many plotthreads which distract from the station and the Shedai which is unfortunate, given the premise of the series But let s again take it plotthread by plotthread and work our way through to the end diplomacyAfter the failed experiment of collaboration on Nimbus III none of the delegations were really capable of letting go of old So, this is it The end of the books only Trek series Vanguard Is it a worthy ending to this very ambitious project Storming Heaven suffers a bit from its many plotthreads which distract from the station and the Shedai which is unfortunate, given the premise of the series But let s again take it plotthread by plotthread and work our way through to the end diplomacyAfter the failed experiment of collaboration on Nimbus III none of the delegations were really capable of letting go of old customs, spying on each other and not comitting to the cause , Jetanien officially left the diplomatic circles and retired to Nimbus III unofficially to continue his backdoor diplomacy with the Klingons and Romulans, albeit now in secret.The Klingons and the Romulans have forged an alliance Romulan stealth technology against free passage for Romulan ships But some forces wantDuras, a member of the...

  10. says:

    This is the last book in the Star Trek Vanguard series This book along with the entire series is well crafted and a great story What i appreciate is a Star Trek series that had its own characters and not based on the other Star Trek books Yes, Kirk, his crew and the Enterprise make a few appearances in the series, but mostly the story off the books of the regular Star Trek stuff I wish there was...

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