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The first book, "chain of attack" imho, was way, way better, and have read several times over the years have always enjoyed it, except for the "Crandell" parts. This book however, was eh, like the original series episodes that made no sense and was short lived in action, like almost no action. I will say the middle of the book just started to peak my interest, but was pretty much downhill from there. I will not read it ever again nor I will not be keeping this book.

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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Good Star Trek the Original Series story. This book, on the other hand, would make significantly less sense if one had not previously read "Chain of Attack".

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Less, but not none; it is possible to read this book without that one, and simply to assume that the backstory is one that hasn't been told. This story can, in fact, stand on its own. Which is good, because it's an extremely good story; the regular characters are handled well, a couple of new characters that are added for spice are interesting and worthwhile, and the story itself is a fast-moving, well-paced story that is very well written.

It's one of the best "Enterprise saves the universe as we know it" stories that I've ever read; it actually manages to be almost plausible. It is a sequel to 32, Chain of Attack. But you don't really have to read that one.