Vengeance (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #22)
Q appearance. Alternate design for the Challenger Class starships. Odan appearance. Keith R. Sela appearance. Sequel to " Wolf in the Fold "; Travis Charest cover. Although never canon, the creator of the transporter seen in this story is later contradicted in the episode " Daedalus ". This story takes place during the Dominion War. The spine may show some creasing through previous use. Ultimately we would never send any book we would not pick up and read ourselves. All new books sold by AwesomeBooks: Will be completely new and unfolded.
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Early pre-“Pocket” Star Trek fiction: 1968-1984
Back to home page. Listed in category:. Stargazer prior to his taking command of the U. Enterprise-D, Pocket Books launched a new series of Stargazer-based novels in The novels feature Picard and his earlier crew, with occasional references to other recognizable characters from the Star Trek the Next Generation continuity. Titan, Pocket Books launched a new series of Titan-based novels in The novels feature Riker, his wife Counselor Deanne Troi, and his new crew, with occasional references to other recognizable characters from the Star Trek the Next Generation continuity.
In , Pocket started a series of e-books featuring a group of previously-unseen characters in Star Trek history — the members of the Starfleet Corps of Engineers. Despite the presence of a few characters which were introduced on The Next Generation, these stories primarily feature all-new characters.
The e-books have proven so popular that some of the S.
Deep Space Nine picked up that concept and expanded it further, presuming that the Mirror Universe featured a tyrannical union of Cardassians, Bajorans and Klingons ruling human slaves with an iron fist. Dark Mirror is a standalone novel featuring the Mirror versions of the Next Generation characters. Most of the Starfleet Academy novels are trade paperback-sized books for Young Adults, featuring the adventures of the well-known Star Trek characters when they were students studying at Starfleet Academy — long before those characters appeared on their respective series.
Only two books in the adult Star Trek lines have focused on Starfleet Academy. The first, in , was based on a Star Trek computer game, while the second, in , focused on an up-and-coming crop of cadets. This mini-series, inspired by events in an episode of Star Trek Voyager, is Klingon-themed. Although the four volumes in this mini-series are not directly linked to each other, they do each focus on a major Klingon character from each of the four series to have aired up to The fifth, unnumbered, volume is the novelization of the Voyager episode that inspired the mini-series.
Enterprise in the original Star Trek pilot episode. This four-book mini-series focuses on the events in the final two seasons of Deep Space Nine, when the Federation and Klingon Empire went to war against the forces of The Dominion and the Cardassian Empire.
Volumes two and four are novelizations of seven key DS9 episodes dealing with the Dominion War. During the run of Deep Space Nine, it was established that a shadow intelligence organization has existed within Starfleet since before the founding of the Federation — a group called Section 31, chartered with detecting, investigating and eliminating potential threats to Federation security from within.
Each of these novels ended on a cliff-hanger. The seventh and final volume in the Gateways mini-series was a hardback, featuring a short story or novella concluding each of the stories begun in the first six volumes. Volume 7 also includes a page internal chronology of all the Star Trek novels and short stories published by Pocket Books through November The epilogue was a Starfleet Corps of Engineers e-book. The series Deep Space Nine introduced viewers to a turbulent region of space known as The Badlands, which has been a hazard to interstellar travel, and a haven to mysterious friends and foes alike for dozens of years.
In two novels, four generations of Star Trek characters all journey into The Badlands for varying reasons. In the first of this two-parter, Captain Kirk and Commodore Will Decker of the Classic Trek era encounter the first artifact on a plague-ravaged colony world, then Captain Benjamin Sisko of DS9 must deal with a Bajoran terrorist who gets his hands on the second artifact.
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Finally, Klingon Captain Klag and the crew of the I. Gorkon must team up with Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise to prevent disaster when the final artifact is discovered. This series of larger novels, which first began appearing in mid, features stand-alone stories focusing on major guest characters or supporting characters from various different eras in Star Trek history. The stories are set in periods between the series or movies — the year and major character are shown in brackets for each title.
Series of original novels, featuring all-new characters, set in the early days of the original Star Trek series.
Vengeance (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #22)
Focuses on the work of the crew of Starbase 47 and its support ships, as they provide assistance to Federation Colonists in the Taurus Reach and also study a scientific oddity in the region. Endeavour and the U. Sagittarius as they explore the Taurus Reach. Unlike Vanguard, the series will not follow a serialized storyline, but will be more stand-alone in its approach. Set approximately 5 years after the end of Star Trek Voyager, these novels feature characters from The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and other Star Trek iterations, working together in a galaxy-spanning storyline. The adventures of the agents of Department of Temporal Investigations, who monitor and try to prevent time-travel manipulations.
This book also included a complete checklist of all the novels, and a chronological timeline of when all those novels were set in Star Trek continuity. The Amazing Stories compiled a series of Star Trek short stories which had originally appeared in the magazine Amazing Stories in the late s. Star Trek — The Reading List This is a comprehensive listing of professionally published Star Trek fiction — novels and short-story collections. Novelizations by Alan Dean Foster of all 22 animated series  episodes, in 10 volumes.
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