Picard finds himself summoned to Star Fleet - the legendary
Iconians have returned after 200,000 years - and are offering
to sell their technology to the Federation. Unfortunately,
their first act is to reopen their Gateway network, a series
of interstellar jump points that enable near-instant transportation
around the universe. Soon the Klingons are on the brink of
war with the Romulans. The Iconians may not be all they appear
to be. Admiral
Ross gets to send Picard off on yet another dangerous mission
and soon the crew are once again in the thick of it.
all rather predictably.
so many characters to handle the book often feels as if it
is trying too hard to find things for everyone to do which
sometimes saps the pace. However, in its favour Doors Into
Chaos paints an accurate picture of the Enterprise crew
- we even get the ever-popular holodeck recreation, this time
of an Iconian Gateway.
you're read volumes one and two you'll know the book will
end. Is this getting a little predictable?
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