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Star Trek Prometheus - In the Heart of Chaos

Narrated by: Alec Newman
Length: 9 hrs and 59 mins

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Publisher's Summary

The Federation races to discover the culprits of several terrorist attacks, sending their flagship, the USS Prometheus, to stop war breaking out in the galaxy.   

The situation in the Lembatta Cluster is deteriorating rapidly. Fleets from the Federation and Klingon Empire are heading for the borders. The crews of the USS Prometheus and IKS Bortas are racing against time to break the cycle of violence that is spreading through the Alpha Quadrant. 

Adams and Kromm are on the trail of a secret weapons facility but instead discover an enemy from their pasts who seems utterly unstoppable. Together, they search for the answers to their questions before the galaxy goes down in flames.

©2018 Big Finish Productions (P)2018 Big Finish Productions

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  • Savino Bellini
  • 06-11-19

Over all a good Trek Story

I sadly grabbed this and started on Book 3 but it was not hard to jump in there. It was a well crafted story and well narrated. I suppose I wouldn't write much at all but one thing grated on my nerves. The narrator being from the UK would naturally pronounce many words not in the American style. No problem. However, it bothered me that the director or producer did not provide the artist with accepted pronunciations of Trek works. Species names, Trek techno-jargon. Character names. He was not briefed on how to say words like Raktajino or even the proper way to say Kieko O'Brien. This is not the author or actors issue. I think the producer dropped the ball here and it really pulled me out of my Trek groove as I enjoyed the rest of the experience.

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  • A. hunter
  • 25-10-19

a good conclusion to a story.

it was a good story like the previous books however, it was just a slow story. but this last book was much more exciting than the first two. but it was a good Star Trek story all the same. I also thought that the narrator did a very good job.

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  • Corey F. Curtiss, PM
  • 19-09-19

best book of the Trilogy

a fine end to an interesting story. Not a single derisive snort in the whole book.

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  • TurnerMK
  • 01-11-19

Fantastic conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy!

A very enjoyable end to the trilogy in true Trek style. My only criticism would be that there are a few (somewhat forgiveable) mispronunciations of Trek lingo, but these do not affect the otherwise excellent performance from the narrator. Well worth a listen!

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  • Kieran Horgan
  • 02-10-19

This readers mispronunciations was annoying

This was a very good book and a very good trilogy. The only thing that let the books down was the constant mispronunciations of the reader. His mispronunciations of well known Star Trek characters names and planets names were bad enough but in this book he kept mispronouncing a well known real world naval rank “adjutant”
I found it all very annoying but having said that I still enjoyed these books very much.

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  • Varun Kumar
  • 21-10-19

Surprising

I wasn't a fan of the first two parts but this one was surprisingly good. Felt like a true trek novel.