Stories from several different Star Trek eras will grace the store shelves this autumn.
As reported by TrekMovie.com, September will see the release of two Star Trek books; Star Trek: Voyager: Unworthy by Kirsten Beyer and Star Trek: Enterprise: The Romulan War: Between the Raptor’s Wing by Michael A. Martin. In Unworthy, the deadly menace of the Borg may not be quite gone. Starfleet is dispatched by the Federation to find out if the Borg threat still remains.
In The Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor’s Wing, the Romulans are not happy with the fledgling Coalition of Planets. They find a way of remotely controlling Coalition ships, seeking to drive the new allies apart.
Star Trek: Titan: Synthesis, by James Swallow, debuts in October and continues the adventures of the Starship Titan. Captain Riker and crew must stop the Null, a destructive force which will spread into the Federation if unchecked.
In Star Trek: Vanguard: The Precipice, by David Mack, the fates of familiar Vanguard personnel as well as the three great powers are all linked by one thing, the Mirdonyae artifact. Unless Doctor Carol Marcus and Ming Xiong can unlock its secrets, the artifact might destroy them all. The Precipice will go on sale in November.
Finally, closing out the year will be a Mirror Universe story, Star Trek: Mirror Universe: Sorrows of Empire, by David Mack. Spock, inspired by James T. Kirk’s speech from the original series Mirror, Mirror episode, takes control of the Terran Empire, seeking democratic reform. Rivals and enemies of the Empire alike seek to stop him.
To read more and to see the book covers, head to the article located here.