Exiles (Star Trek: Vulcan's Soul, #2)
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Exiles (Star Trek: Vulcan's Soul #2)

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Tensions remain high as the United Federation of Planets, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Star Empire attempt to maintain their fragile post-Dominion War peace in the wake of the brutal attack by the mysterious Watraii that ended with the loss of Admiral Pavel Chekov. When Admiral Uhura receives intelligence regarding a Watraii base that may contain more than one surpr...more
ebook, 336 pages
Published June 20th 2006 by Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing (first published January 1st 2006)
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Mikael Kuoppala
After the perfectly titillating and intellectually stimulating “Exodus” the “Vulcan Soul” trilogy drags just a little bit with “Exiles”. The two storyline approach continues as many of our favorite Trek legends research the dramatic attack on the Romulan Star Empire, detailed in the beginning of “Exodus”. This storyline is perhaps too dramatically overshadowed by the continuation of the story depicting ancient Vulcan history, which by “Exiles” has turned into ancient Romulan history.

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This has been the best Star Trek book I have read in quite some time. Contrary to some other reviewers, I found the Memory portions to be superior to the Now portions as the assembling of the pantheon of Star Trek heroes for the mission to the Watraii homeworld was simply too contrived. Still it did lead to some comic moments.

I particularly loved how the novel showed us the manner in which Remus was first settled and what happened to the followers of Surak during the Sundering. And while I was l...more
This is a really good book for any causal star trek fan because it drew me in with a very interesting tale about what really happened in Vulcan's past. Or in this case some may not want the truth to come out. A famous member of star-fleet who appeared have died was captured and took Spock by surprise when he found him in a prison. Has a very very wild ending that was shocking.
This is the second book in the Star Trek Vulcan’s Soul trilogy. It’s a strong middle that does what it sets out to do: continue building the story and developing the characters without giving away too much about how the trilogy will resolve. It’s probably a decent stand-alone book, but I’m pretty much incapable of reading a series out of order or in parts, so I’m not a good judge there. Can’t wait to start the final book tonight.
This was a real hit-and-miss for me. I really enjoyed the "Now" portions with Spock, Saavik, etc. but just couldn't get in to the "Memory" sections. I felt like the story came to a screaching halt everytime they popped up. I also find it a little questionable that Chekov & Uhura would still be still alive and kicking so late into the TNG era. Anyway, I'm interested to read the conclusion.
The continuing saga of how the Vulcans and Romulans are related. The storyline is holding my interest as a Star Trek fan. However, I felt the authors spent too much time on the "Memory" part of the story and not enough on the present.

Hope the final installment is worth spreading the story over three books.
Dale w
This gets back into the Star Trek feeling. Has the drama and action to keep me interested.
Benjamin Plume
Such a fascinating look at the Vulcans, Romulans, Remans, et al.
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