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Spuren des Sturms

(Star Trek: Vanguard #9)

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Die U.S.S. Enterprise und andere Raumschiffe, die an der letzten Schlacht in der Taurus-Region teilgenommen hatten, wurden zu einer entlegenen Sternenbasis zurückbeordert. Während Evakuierte der Station versorgt und die Schiffe je nach Bedarf repariert, wiederbemannt und die Lager aufgefüllt werden, erhält Captain James T. Kirk Befehl, sich bei Admiral Heihachiro Nogura zu ...more
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Published January 20th 2014 by Cross Cult (first published October 2nd 2012)
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C.T. Phipps
Aug 26, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A nice coda to the STAR TREK: VANGUARD series that has Admiral Nogura explain the events of the series to Captain James T. Kirk before they decide what to do with the last remnants of the Shedai's technology as well as the records of Project: Vanguard. This is a betrayal of Starfleet's devotion to the truth but so is virtually every other action taken by the Vanguard crew. This isn't really a necessary addition to the series but I liked getting Captain Kirk's opinion on everything as well as wha ...more
Oct 08, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: x-kindle, star-trek
The Vanguard series has been an entertaining addition to the Star Trek universe. Dayton Ward's coda featuring Captain Kirk and Admiral Nogura brings the series to a conclusion with a review of the final events from the perspective of the Enterprise. Ward's tale, a novella in ebook format, doesn't have any of the characters that made Vanguard so interesting, but provides a fitting end. ...more
Piper Harris
Sep 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: staaar-trekking
Such a good time :D
Bob Rivera
Oct 19, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is actually a Novella rather than a full novel, but it is a terrific capstone and bookend for the entire Vanguard series. I enjoyed the revisit of the story from the final Vanguard commander's perspective and his interaction with Original Series characters.. Glad I stuck to the end of this 9 volume series. ...more
Short and sweet

A brief wrap up to the vanguard saga. Much less of Ward's signature overwrought prose, just some basic storytelling. This one is mostly about Kirk and Enterprise because what's a TOS story without the original crew?
Apr 28, 2022 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
finally, finished

An epilogue to the vanguard series…going to lengths to try to tie the entire Vanguard storyline into the TOS extended storyline.
This book sort of a series flashbacks to the major events of Vanguard series, as viewed by Kirk and the Enterprise crew - observing events from the outside and piecing together clues about what is actually going on at Vanguard. I wish the entire series was more like this one book.
John Mosman
Jul 23, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: science-fiction
A nice wrap-up to the entire series. Star Trek Vanguard is a wonderful series taking us outside the usual trek stuff. Start at Book #1 and enjoy.
Dec 08, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2020, x1
A nice little coda to the end of the series.
One of the only, if not the only, "original" series in Star Trek lit history, the Vanguard series has been a massive success both amongst critics and fans. Set in the early years of the TOS era, Vanguard followed the adventures of the Starfleet crew and civilian visitors to the eponymous space station as they investigated evidence of a strange alien civilization with links to the Tholians. Through the 8 books in the series, the characters grappled with Tholians, Klingons, Orions and their own de ...more
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A largely unnecessary coda which I honestly don't see the purpose in. Sadly, In Tempest's Wake takes some of the shine off the magnificent conclusion penned by David Mack in Storming Heaven.

We're presented with an extended debriefing of Captain Kirk under the supervision of Admiral Nogura at Starbase 12, yet what follows is a rather long-drawn out recap of Operation Vanguard, punctuated by extended scenes of the Enterprise's tangential involvement in the saga. Given that Kirk and the Enterprise
May 23, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Is In Tempest's Wake worth reading? As a lover of the Vanguard series, my vote falls on the yes side. I'm a sucker for the "bonus features" on DVDs and enjoy getting any insights into the stories I watch and read, and in many ways, In Tempest's Wake feels like a bonus feature on the special edition blu-ray of Vanguard. I can't resist!

There are many who would say that this e-book coda to the Vanguard series was unnecessary, that it covered ground already fully explored in Storming Heaven, and tha
Jonne Steen Redeker
Not what I expected, so kind of a let down in that regard. Not a bad novella in its own right.

I expected a vanguard wrap up book, that’s not quite what I got. What I got was an account of Kirk and Enterprise’s involvement in the vanguard story. Considering that the enterprise’s cameo appearances in the story were the least interesting parts of the series for me it didn’t really matter that much to me.

The last scene of the book is interesting, and actually helps to set up events in the later ty
Philip McClimon
Dec 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I could read it all again!

This is a fine cap to the end of the series. The end had the same feel as the closing scenes of Raiders of the Lost Ark. This whole series has been some of the most interesting and fun reading I have come across. If you have made it to this point in the series then you already know that for yourself.
Dec 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I think Vanguard should be made into a...
1. Audio Book
2. Movie
3. TV Series

Why? You ask... Read it and you will know.
The epic conclusion to the vanguard to vanguard series.
Mar 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Good read

Loved it but im a star fan from hell. Got to get another one. Would recomend to anyone who loves star trek
Christopher Backa
An enjoyable epilogue to the vanguard series. This novella fills in some details from storming heaven from the perspective of the USS enterprise
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