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    Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack Excellent novel Without a doubt it's the strongest so far in the book event The Fall from Star Trek While the first book Revelations and Dust was tedious and inconclusiveSee reviewHERE and the second book The Crimson Shadow was smart and surprising See reviewHERE this third book was solid and inspiring Definitely my hopes and expectations for the remaining fourth and fifth books are really high now To begin to comment a

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    Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack A Ceremony of Losses takes place three years after the events in the Path of Disharmony book So it's been three years since Andor has seceded from the Federation After the disaster that took place in the previous story there have been some changes The Enterprise crew is gone likely banished to the far side of the galaxy after the hash they made of the initial situation the Federation President Bacco has been assassinated and a new Presid

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    Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack David Mack í 9 Free download Like other David Mack Star Trek novels there is a lot going on and a lot of ties to other Trek novels as well as established canon There has been a very strong political aspect in recent Trek novels set post Nemesis and this book continues that trend I read this one because I enjoyed the last book in the series so much by Una McCormick I hadn't read the Typhon Pact novels so at times I felt like I was playing catch up T

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    review A Ceremony of Losses Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack David Mack couldn't write a bad ST novel if he triedI have stayed away from the fall series I think mainly because the 1st book didn't get the best reviews I don't have a lot of time to read so when I start a new book I wan

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    Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack A Ceremony of Losses picks up after the previous book with events shifting in completely different way than you would Expe

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    Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack Now this is a way to start 2018 When Julian Bashir's vacation is interrupted by a Ferengi delivering a message f

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    Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack A CEREMONY OF LOSSES is an excellent Star Trek novel that follows up on the Andorian fertility crisis that was begun in DEEP SPACE NINE's Relaunch Novels and brought to a head during the TYPHON PACT novel Alien fertility may not seem like something that could encourage much drama but it was the basis for the most interesting MASS EFFECT plotl

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    Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack In a way this story is based on a premise that is very contrary to the original vision of Gene Roddenberry; he envisioned a world universe in which the earth had solved paltry problems like politics and had join

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    Free E–pub (A Ceremony of Losses) author David Mack Free read Ð E-book, or Kindle E-pub í David Mack David Mack í 9 Free download The 3rd book in the Star Trek The Fall series David Mack's A Ceremony of Losses may in fact be the best book of the series so far while solving one long standing crisis changes 1 character's direction forever The book itself is primarily centered on Dr Bashir who is contacted by Thrishar ch'Thane who has been working with Professor zh'Thiin on Andor to solve the Andorian genetic crisis which could be solved by using the Shedai M

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Free download A Ceremony of Losses ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub THE NEEDS OF THE MANYDespite heroic efforts by Thirishar ch’Thane the Andorian species is headed for extinction Its slow march toward oblivion has reached a tipping point one from which there will be no. Excellent novel Without a doubt it s the strongest so far in the book event The Fall from Star Trek While the first book Revelations and Dust was tedious and inconclusiveSee reviewHERE and the second book The Crimson Shadow was smart and surprising See reviewHERE this third book was solid and inspiring Definitely my hopes and expectations for the remaining fourth and fifth books are really high now To begin to comment about this novel I have to expose several variations of a same idea since it was something that was fixed on my mind while I was reading this book All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing Usually but mistaken attributed to Edmund Burke When bad men combine the good must associate else they will fall one by one an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle Most likely the phrase by Edmund Burke from where the most common uote was shaped The penalty good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men uote by PlatoAll those uotes are variations of a same concept but definitely they all are what comes to my mind while I was reading this great book If you ever felt inspired by these uotes at some point in your lives well this is the book for you I tell you this since at some point not so far in my life I had to choose between uitting a job or betraying my conscience Happily I chose to trust my conscience and do the right thing In that way I can see myself into the mirror without feeling any shame or guilt and I can sleep well every night In this book Dr Julian Bashir chief medical officer of Deep Space Nine space station must decide between following immoral orders or doing the right thingFour years ago Andor seceded from the Federation after knowing that they were keeping secret certain key information that it could help the Andorian people to treat a fertility decease that it s causing the imminent extinction of the sentient speciesThe Tholians part of the Typhon Pact a rival union of the Federation gave that secret information to the Andorian government to be used by their own scientists and to find a cure to the Fertility crisis However the political faction in power on Andor withheld key sections of that information to delay the finding of the cure while this faction strengthens its ground on the ruling of the planetMeanwhile the President Pro Tem of the Federation ordered a blockade to Andor and refuse to share the secret information due the decision of the Andorian people of leaving the United Federation of PlanetsThirishar ch Thane or Shar an Andorian and former Starfleet officer asks for help to Dr Julian Bashir to find a cure to the Fertility crisis However to do that it means to obtain that secret information from Starfleet archives which would be an act of treason and espionageThe opening of this secret information will re open a too dark page of the past history of Starfleet that everybody in the Federation wants to forget that it ever happenedDon t worry I haven t spoiled you anything of the excitement of reading this novel All that was just the general ambiance to let you understand about what it s this bookIf you are fan of the character of Julian Bashir certainly you need to read this book If you ever watched the film Star Trek Insurrection and you felt that it was a good idea but it failed to exploit all the full potential of the concept there well you need to read this book Politics is merely war by other means An old Andorian sayingJulian Bashir must take a decision from where there is not point to return and nothing will ever be the same I also seem to recall than one ethics instructor at Starfleet Academy teaching us that was expected from us than blind obedience That we had a higher duty to the truth and an obligation to resist orders that are immoral uote from the book said by Julian BashirThis a great book to remind you that a Star Trek character is than an explorer that they are heroes and not only that but heroes willing to do whatever it takes in order to do the right thing Innocent people shouldn t be made to beg for their lives The weak and the suffering shouldn t have to kowtow to receive help from us or anyone else another uote from the book said again by Julian BashirAlso I think that while the second book The Crimson Shadow did a superb use of Elim Garak as main protagonist the novel lacked to make a even use of Captain Jean Luc Picard also the story while it has a strong and smart political development it lacked from having any action Meanwhile in this novel David Mack the author was able to balance in perfect combination exploiting the full potential of Dr Julian Bashir as main protagonist but also Captain Ezri Dax is exploited as a strong supportive character and even better the story not only has strong political and conscience issues but it contains exciting actionHonestly A Ceremony of Losses is a great example of the space opera genre that it s strengthening the entire Star Trek franchise on its line of novelsAnother good thing about this novel is that while it s indeed part of The Fall book event you can easily read it as an isolated adventure since while some points will be followed in the remaining two books of the events you can sense a strong and satisfactory feeling of closure in this story

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Free download A Ceremony of Losses ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Hope of returnTHE NEEDS OF THE FEWWith countless lives at stake the leaders of Andor the Federation and the Typhon Pact all scheme to twist the crisis to their political gain at any priceTHE NEEDS OF THE. A Ceremony of Losses picks up after the previous book with events shifting in completely different way than you would Expect D On Andoria Bashir s former crewmate Shar contacts Bashir on DS9 which set in train the events of the book D Bashir s moral dilemma with the Andorian fertility crisis is neatly handled D Yo really get to sense what drives Bashir to the desperate acts that he takes throughout the book D Bashir on his own initially is really caught behind a rock and a hard place and his attempts to go through proper channels are stonewalled D This is handled brilliantly as you see him seething away D All at the same time the Andorians is time sensitive so the whole book has a feel of a ticking clock in the background D Bashir radical solution though set off a series of events that are brilliantly staged and will keep you on the edge of your seat DHow elements of Starfleet help him at the same time acting completely innocently adds to the humour of the book as well D The confrontation with Bashir and the Aventine under the command of Dax is brilliantly handled and then leads directly into the Federation breaking it own laws is cleverly staged D At the same time it opens up a can of worms that sets up new plot threads takes the story into completely different directions as well DFederation Stand In President Ishan Anjar is certainly up to no good in the neighbourhood D He issues what can only be dodgy orders but going over the head of Admiral Akaar D This neatly sets up epic points of conflict as we see later Akaar making sure he understands the chain of command D Lol But at the same time as the action rages the politics are also to the forefront motivating that action of the higher ups D This political manoeuvring then neatly dovetails into the other other events of the book D A Ceremony of Losses neatly shows how simple issues can then be used by the unscrupulous D This of course puts Bashir Dax and Ezri s action into complete contrast with the President and the book sows neatly the battle between dishonour and honour D A Ceremony of Losses neatly poses ethical dilemma s left right and centre and you can see why people are to torn over Bashir and Ezri s actions DA Ceremony of Losses is brilliantly staged from the beginning full of cameo s from other characters such as Pulaski Elizabeth Lens Simon Tarses etc as well as plot changing parts from Captain Ro Admiral Akaar D A We also get to dive into the Andorian political sphere again and realise how ruthless they are D The Treishya under ch Foruta getting the comeuppance is will have to you fist pumping D Kellessar zh Tarash running for President in the plot as well is certainly going to put the cat among the pigeons as well D Ceremony of Losses deals with plot points but at the same time sets up new ones in a neat style that will have you up late finding out what happens D Prepare to lose sleep D Lol A Ceremony of Losses is full of mystery ethical dilemma s cunning nefarious baddies heroic goodies daring do adventure and action packed D Brilliant Crisp High Five D Make sure you have the next one D

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Free download A Ceremony of Losses ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ONEUnwilling to be a mere bystander to tragedy Doctor Julian Bashir risks everything to find a cure for the Andorians But his courage will come at a terrible cost his career his freedom and maybe his lif. In a way this story is based on a premise that is very contrary to the original vision of Gene Roddenberry he envisioned a world universe in which the earth had solved paltry problems like politics and had joined a Galactic Federation of like minded planets In his vision the Federation would never have been led by a deceitful self serving petty politician Nan Bacco was his vision of a Federation president he would have been appalled at the suggestion that Ishan could ever come to power But by allowing that event to occur this series has been able to explore the very real uestion of what a moral person s responsibilities are when lawful civilian authorities issue orders that the recipient feels are unethical and immoral but which are not so over the top as to be obviously illegal And we see a triumph of those forces who choose to disobey those orders even knowing that doing so will have terrible repercussions for them personally a triumph that is only possible because NUMEROUS people do so to varying degrees THAT is true to Roddenberry s vision even if he would have resisted the thought that such a situation could ever have happened in the world he d created As such it was an inspiring and cathartic story If it had been written recently I would say it was written with a specific political situation in mind given that it was written 3 4 years ago I can only say that the relevance is striking

  • ebook
  • 352
  • A Ceremony of Losses
  • David Mack
  • English
  • 10 August 2019
  • 9781476722269