Star Trek: The Next Generation: Articles of the Federation

    • 4.3 • 31 Ratings
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Publisher Description

Following the surprise resignation of Federation President Min Zife after the disastrous Tezwa affair, Nan Bacco of Cestus III has won a hotly contested election to become the new chief executive of over one hundred fifty planetary civilizations and their colonies. But no sooner does she take office than the Romulan Star Empire falls into chaos. With tensions already high, a Reman refugee ship is sighted approaching a Federation outpost, its intentions unknown.
As the first year of the Bacco Administration unfolds, the Federation Council is slow to work with its new president, and not always supportive of her policies or her appointments to key council positions; a successful first contact suddenly becomes a diplomatic disaster; and the sins of President Zife prove difficult to lay to rest...as one celebrated Starfleet officer's career reaches a turning point.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2005
June 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pocket Books/Star Trek
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

headgs ,

Great Story

I’m glad I read this book. It gives you insight into Nanietta Bacco, who was just the leader needed by the Federation at that time in its history, but the inner workings of politics, which seems to be the same no matter what species you are or what century you’re in.

Jason from Oklahoma ,

Great book!

This is probably one of the best Star Trek books I’ve ever read. It has a West Wing feel to it that lets you explore the government and politics of the Federation that you don’t get a lot of in the shows or in other books. I would highly recommend it!

cbspock ,

An interesting Star Trek book

Not your typical Star Trek novel. This is basically Star Trek the west wing. Gives you a look into how the federation government operates. I read this book to understand the character of President Bacco who plays a role in the story arc in the destiny era novels. I enjoyed the book, it was a little slow in the middle but I found it an interesting read. Add a star if you love reading political focused stories, subtract a star if you are looking for a typical Star Trek starship story.

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