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The time has come to act. Following the destructive consequences of the Ware crisis, Admiral Jonathan Archer and Section 31 agent Trip Tucker both attempt to change their institutions to prevent further such tragedies. Archer pushes for a Starfleet directive of non-interference, but he faces opposition from allies within the fleet and unwelcome support from adversaries who wish to drive the Federation into complete isolationism. Meanwhile, Tucker plays a dangerous game against the corrupt leaders of Section 31, hoping to bring down their conspiracy once and for all. But is he willing to jeopardize Archer’s efforts—and perhaps the fate of an entire world—in order to win?
|Title||:||Patterns of Interference (Star Trek: Enterprise: Rise of the Federation #5)|
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September 20, 2017
Overall a very pleasant read. Between the figures introduced during the series, the assorted spouses / SIs and supporting characters like Devna and Anthony Ruiz, the Enterprise Timeline is right now the Star Trek subseries I find the easiest to relate to. Honorary Mention goes to Valery Williams...
October 07, 2017
Obvious benefits of a media tie-in novel are the lack of production value constraints. This means authors are free to make use of a vast array of characters and create new planets beyond the typical constrictions of special effects. Bennett has capitalized on these abilities to great extent, espe...
October 20, 2017
The latest installment in Christopher L. Bennett's "Rise of the Federation" series, "Patterns of Interference", takes us through the first quarter of 2166 as the Federation continues dealing with issues on a couple of fronts and the threat from Section 31 continues to be a problem. The main plot...
October 21, 2017
I miss the days when a Star Trek: Enterprise novel were set during the ship's mission. It's interesting to see how the Federation was formed, but less so when the characters are split up on new assignments playing a part in the "What is Trip doing now" game that the Rise of the Federation series...
September 23, 2017
This was a terrible book. The virtue signaling in the recent books has been a real turn off, and this was the worst yet. You can tell the authors own personal biases pretty easy, and there's a lot of projection going on. I think I'm done with this series as its been going down hill, but this was...
September 19, 2017
The plot's rather predictable but I did enjoy learning more about the Saurians and Orion Syndicate as well as the philosophical origins of the Prime Directive. I also like how the author explores sexuality in Star Trek. In this case, with a transgender character. Plus there's little touches like...
October 31, 2017
I'm torn, this series within the greater series around the birth of the Federation and Starfleet is... meh. It's interesting to a degree but the stories aren't super compelling and the 2-3 separate plots don't add much to the whole. It's like they're still trying to figure out what to do with Tri...
September 08, 2017
A Good Read
I always enjoy Mr Bennett's books. This story was well paced but sad. I have always liked Trip and wanted him to be rid of Section 31. Maybe next time. Porthos, good dog, all dogs go to Heaven 😇😢😢.
August 29, 2017
Very timely with its discussion about fascism and a war against the free press. However the story arc revolving around Porthos will perhaps be with me far longer.
November 11, 2017
Always a gripping read. The history of the future.