Tag Archives: TNG Relaunch

Losing the Peace

Losing the Peace© 2009 William Leisner365 pages Somewhere, up ahead, were people in trouble, in need of help. Picard allowed himself a small, private smile. And the Enterprise is on its way. Losing the Peace is the first TNG novel … Continue reading

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A Singular Destiny

Star Trek: A Singular Destiny © 2009 Keith R.A. Decandido 384 pages Only days have passed since the culmination of Destiny. The Federation and the Klingon empire, still licking their wounds from the Dominion War, have been ravaged: billions are … Continue reading

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Lost Souls

Star Trek Destiny: Lost Souls © 2008 David Mack 453 pages As far as cliffhangers go, I don’t think I’ve ever encountered one as dramatic as the final pages of Mere Mortals,  the second in the Destiny trilogy, but Lost Souls’ conclusion exceeds it … Continue reading

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Mere Mortals

Star Trek Destiny: Mere Mortals© 2008 David Mack433 pages The small, finite lives of mere mortals carry little weight in the calculations of gods. But even gods may come to understand that they underestimate humans at their peril.  (From the … Continue reading

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Gods of Night

Gods of Night© 2008 David Mack431 pages “The moment I have dreaded for […] years has finally arrived. The Borg, our most lethal enemy, have begun an invasion of the Federation…and this time there may be no stopping them.” (Jean-Luc Picard, First … Continue reading

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A Time to Be Born

A Time to Be Born© 2004 John Vornholt284 pages On the cusp of their epic battle with Shinzon, many of Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s long-time crew were heading for new assignments and new challenges. Among the changes were William Riker’s promotion … Continue reading

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Greater than the Sum

Greater than the Sum© Christopher L. Bennett 2008368 pages Fresh from his honeymoon with Dr. Beverly Crusher, Jean-Luc Picard has returned to the Enterprise-E to assemble a new command staff in the wake of recent losses in battle. Finding the … Continue reading

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Death in Winter

Death in Winter© 2007 Michael Jan Friedman368 pages I’ve been meaning to dive back into contemporary Trek lit for some time now, but have been somewhat daunted by a shift in the literature: instead of new releases being published as … Continue reading

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