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Hidden Federation: Federation Trilogy Book Three Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08373TZMK
- Publisher : Harmsworth.net (30 June 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 870 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 269 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 278,341 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The last book of a trilogy, Hidden Federation describes the situation after Earth, apart from the USA, has joined the Federation. It also presents some highlights of the development of the Federation, including reasons for its political arrangements (for which I have some sympathy). You will need to read the first two books (Federation, and Federation and Earth) to understand this one. I found it a great read that tied up loose ends in a satisfactory way, although I would still like to find out what happens to the USA in this fictional future. I thoroughly recommend all three books in the trilogy.
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I have always read science fiction and spent many hours in libraries after school devouring old yellow jacketed Gollancz editions of primarily Isaac Asimov and Arthur C Clarke. That was over 50 years ago – I’m still a fan of good science fiction so on to Hidden Federation.
I have greatly enjoyed Tony's take on science fiction and love his up-to-date inclusion of current technologies and current (for now) affairs. My latest purchase was Hidden Federation, the final installment of the Federation Trilogy. I enjoyed immensely the first two books of the trilogy which captures the world as it is without naming some of today's more obvious personalities but I don’t think this was the best of the trilogy. It IS however the essential conclusion and therefore can’t be missed. I really loved Emily’s "historical" tour of the Federation through foundation, moving swiftly past the Empire stage and avoiding the usual traps of tyrannical emperor. I wish I could esponge! A lot if not all the loose ends were mopped up. I did find the book occasionally frustrating when the story jumped from Emily to Rummy to Free America plots and back to Emily etc.. It left me feeling that it was a bit disjointed but necessary for the timeline. The whole trilogy is an excellent take on first contact and quickly develops into an examination of humanities strengths and its many weaknesses – mind you, the Federation had their own episodes as Emily experiences.
So far, I have read most of Tony’s books and will continue to read them until I have exhausted his supply and will then wait impatiently for more!
I've given it two stars because the other books in the series were great.