Is this one generally well thought of? I've been slowly making my way from the DS9 Relaunch to Destiny, and this is the first Titan book that I didn't really like. One thing that I just can't stand is when characters who are supposed to be the smartest of the smart are dumb for no other purpose than to serve the story. It made no sense to me that the crew of the shuttle didn't even consider the possibility that the ship they saw crash on the planet was the Charon and not Titan. I mean, they know Charon is in the area, they know Charon looks exactly like Titan, they know Titan should have been too far away from the planet to have been there, and right after they have multiple discussions amongst themselves that maybe they didn't see what they thought they saw. "Maybe it's the Charon" is the first thing that I thought, and yet it never even crosses the mind of some of Starfleet's best and brightest, because it serves the plot to have them think Titan was destroyed. It just complete took me out of the book. There were also 2-3 times where it appeared that the author switched character perspectives within the same section, without any indication that he was doing it, which was really confusing.