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Some Assembly Required (Starfleet Corps of Engineers Omnibus #3)

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Need to corral a group of giant monsters that fell through an interdimensional gateway? Need to get your brand-new planetary computer system working -- but the instructions are written in an alien language? Contact the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team on the U.S.S. da Vinci. Led by Captain David Gold and former Starship Enterprise engineer Commander Sonya Gomez, the crew

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Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Star Trek (first published 2003)
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Bernard
Apr 29, 2013 Bernard rated it liked it
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This third collection of Star Trek Starfleet Corps of Engineers e-books was much like the previous two. Given the short format of the stories a lot has happened in 12 short stories, but the main thing I wanted to read out of this one was the follow-up tie-in to the Gateways crossover (book 7 of 7 here: Gateways Book Seven: What Lay Beyond: Star Trek All Series), which I'd read years ago. Those 7 were some really good TNG/DS9/VOY/TOS (and even New Frontier) books and I figured the completionist i ...more
Tammy
Apr 29, 2010 Tammy rated it it was ok
The stories were quick to read, but they didn't really have any substance. There was little character development even though each one starts roughly where the last one leaves off, and the situations and resolutions seemed forced.

I thought 'Ambush' was cute. The plot wasn't that believable, but I felt more connected with the crew and the one off characters.
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Four more light stories, with continuity from the previous book and other semi-canon trek incidents. These are fun stories, I'll definitely read more.
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