I found some new Trek descriptions in the new Pocket Books Spring '09 Catalog. Now I know the authors have told us these aren't 100% accurate, but they do seem to usual still give us a baisic idea of what to expect, so I figured I'd post them. But if the authors or anyone wants me to get rid of them I gladly will.
The majority of these are for the post Destiny books, so there are a couple minor spoilers in the Over A Torrent Sea and Full Circle Descriptions
A Singular Destiny:
The Destiny trilogy changed the Star Trek universe, devastating worlds and lives from every series. Now, the fallout of that apocalyptic saga is viewed through the eyes of an all-new character: Sonek Pran is an outsider, a man who can go places and get things done that no one else can. When events threatening to undermine the galaxy’s attempts to heal itself become increasingly widespread, Sonek’s investigation leads him to uncover a challenge to the Federation and its allies utterly unlike anything they have faced before.
Over A Torrent Sea:
In the aftermath of the shocking crossover trilogy Destiny
, Titan’s return to its mission of exploration leads to the discovery of an astounding new world with a complex ecosystem unlike anything Captain Riker
and his crew have encountered before. At the same time, while one father mourns the tragic loss of a child, another looks for hope as a longawaited birth draws near.
Following the events of Destiny, the broken and
weary crew of the starship Voyager is reunited to
spearhead a mission they are uniquely qualified
to undertake. But even the efforts of its new
Captain to revitalize this wounded crew may
not be enough see the mission through, for
the journey is paved with blood and deep scars
that will not fade...and populated with ghosts
from the past.
Jumping ahead three years from the events depicted in Missing in Action, tensions within the New Thallonian Protectorate are at a fever pitch following the murder of Prime Minister Si Cwan. The sudden power vacuum will have far-reaching ramifications for Captain Mackenzie Calhoun, the crew of the USS Excalibur, and all of Sector 221-G itself....
Following the events of Reap the Whirlwind, this
new novel takes the ongoing saga to a whole new
level as a new commander assumes control of
Starbase 47—while the old one stands trial for
treason. Meanwhile, the station’s intelligence
officer fights for her life and her very mind, as
tensions with the Klingons escalate into all-out war.
I don't know about you guys, but this all sounds pretty damn cool to me. I'm especially curious to see who the new commanders are for Vanguard and Voyager, if that much is true at least. I also wonder why we're doing another jump in the NF series, we already just did one two books ago.