Literally read this one in one sitting. Sat down, three hours later, book done. Never done that before.
For all the thrilling heroics, though, there wasn't as much emotional weight to this one as I'd hoped. Bacco and Esperanza was great, and Picard's conflict I thought was nicely done, but I was hoping for more interesting introspection from Data and Worf.
I do like that Geordi has been up front kicking ass for two books in a row now. Having decided that he likes it here, dude's been nicely angst-free and enjoying himself.