Tag Archives: Typhon Pact

Brinkmanship

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Brinksmanship © 2012 Una McCormack 352 pages Who’s up for the Cuban Missile Crisis….in spaaaaaaace? When an otherwise friendly nation on the borders of the Federation and two of its allies signs a treaty with a … Continue reading

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Raise the Dawn

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Raise the Dawn© 2012 David R. George III400 pages The ending of Plagues of Night saw me stand to my feet in shock. Not since the Destiny trilogy has there been such a cliffhanger in Trek … Continue reading

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Plagues of Night

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Plagues of Night© 2012 David R. George III388 pages The dust had scarcely settled after the last great Borg War when the battered Federation found itself facing yet another threat when numerous hostile species on its borders created … Continue reading

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Paths of Disharmony

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Paths of Disharmony© 2011 Dayton Ward459 pages Andoria hangs over the edge of a precipice, only generations away from extinction. Founding members of the Federation, Andorians are unique in possessing four sexes, all of which are required to … Continue reading

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Rough Beasts of Empire

Rough Beasts of Empire© 2010 David R. George III304 pagesOn the cover: Leonard Nimoy as Spock; Avery Brooks as Captain Sisko Ever since the mass assassination of the Romulan senate in Nemesis, the Romulan Empire has existed in a state … Continue reading

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Seize the Fire

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire © 2010 Michael A. Martin 499 pages In the wake of the last great Borg War, most of Starfleet is tasked with helping to pick up the pieces. Only a few ships, the … Continue reading

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Zero Sum Game

Star Trek Typhon Pact: Zero Sum Game© 2010 David Mack336 pages ‘I think it’s safe to say that Julian Bashir, Secret Agent, will return.’ – Bashir, “Our Man Bashir” On the cover: Nicole de Boer as Captain Ezri Dax, Alexander … Continue reading

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