Yes, but for me the chronobabble got in the way. Different stokes.
Indeed, because the "Chronobabble" was my favorite part of the book. The characters and their stories were great, don't get me wrong, but it was Christopher's Unified Star Trek Time Travel Theory (tm) that had excited me the most the minute I heard he was writing this book and was the element that I loved the most while reading it.
Future guy and the whole temporal cold war bored me to tears on Enterprise so I've got that bias as well.
Which is funnyt, because I had the same reaction to FG in ENT, but loved this book anyway.
"Canon is only important to certain people because they have to cling to their knowledge of the minutiae. Open your mind! Be a Star Trek fan and open your mind and say, 'Where does Star Trek want to take me now'." - Leonard Nimoy