Tag Archives: Kirsten Beyer

The Eternal Tide

Star Trek Voyager: the Eternal Tide© 2012 Kirsten Beyer388 pages           Only Kathryn Janeway can save reality, imperiled by the physical manifestation of Chaos itself. At least, that’s what “Junior”, the scion of the mostly-omnipotent and … Continue reading

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Children of the Storm

Star Trek Voyager: Children of the Storm© 2011 Kirsten Beyer418 pages In Unworthy, Kirsten Beyer launched the USS Voyager into the Delta Quadrant anew, this time at the head of a fleet of  ships. Their mission: to make sure that … Continue reading

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Distant Shores

Distant Shores© 2005, ed. Marco Palmieri390 pages “Mr. Paris — set a course….for home.“ Only hours after the onset of its first mission, the USS Voyager was thrust across the galaxy into the Delta Quadrant — a distance so great … Continue reading

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Unworthy

Unworthy© 2009 Kirsten Beyer384 pages These are not the friendly stars of the Federation. The unknown and the unexpected are the everyday. Not five years after the good ship Voyager returned home from involuntary exile in the Delta Quadrant, Starfleet … Continue reading

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Full Circle

Full Circle© 2009 Kirsten Beyer576 pages Following the success of the Deep Space Nine relaunch, both The Next Generation and Voyager‘s crews received new life in the form of book series. Voyager‘s series stalled after four books, but her characters … Continue reading

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