Star Trek: A Singular Destiny by Keith R. A. DeCandido

By Keith R. A. DeCandido

The form of items to return The cataclysmic occasions of celebrity Trek: future have devastated identified house. Worlds have fallen. Lives were destroyed. And within the uneasy weeks that keep on with, the survivors of the holocaust stay established to the bounds in their patience. yet unusual and mysterious occurrences are destabilizing the galaxy's battle-weary Allies even additional. within the Federation, efforts to refill reduced assets and provides succor to hundreds of thousands of evacuees are thwarted at each flip. at the borders of the battered Klingon Empire, the devious Kinshaya experience weak spot -- and chance. In Romulan house, the already-fractured empire is dangerously with regards to civil conflict. As occasions undermining the quadrant's makes an attempt to heal itself develop into more and more frequent, one guy starts to appreciate what's actually unfolding. Sonek Pran -- instructor, diplomat, and someday adviser to the Federation President -- perceives a trend within the seeming randomness. And as every one new piece of facts falls into position, a irritating photograph encompassing part the galaxy starts to take shape...revealing a problem to the Federation and its allies completely not like whatever they've got confronted ahead of.

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Gari put her head in her hands. “God, I did tell you to. ” “No, ma’am. It’s about the new vehicle restrictions. The people need to hear that from you. ” She sighed. “All right, fine. ” A letter to Professor Sonek Pran, sent by Sara Pran Yee on Troyius Dear Dad: Happy birthday! Feels like we only celebrated your sixtieth last week, but here it is, your sixty-fifth. You’ll be hitting a hundred before you know it. We made it to Troyius just fine. The Borg apparently left the planet alone because a Starfleet ship made the planet disappear temporarily.

S. Rovlaq. While it was standard procedure for the first officer to inform the captain of this, it was hardly necessary. So he turned to face Commander Nidd. “Speak, Commander. ” Nidd hesitated. Normally, a warrior who hesitated on the bridge of a Vor’cha-class battle cruiser would be dead eight seconds later, but Nidd’s hesitation was born of confusion. Klingon captains, as a rule, did not ask their subordinates to speak their minds. But times have changed, Drex thought, and the old ways may not be best.

Since taking office, Nan Bacco had started to categorize her headaches. Headaches three, six, and seven all were Borg related, and she’d had at least one of them at any given time more or less nonstop since last June. She had been stuck on Paris One, the presidential interstellar transport, which had been hit by an unexpected level-ten ion storm en route from Kazar to Earth. Communications, navigation, and warp drive were all down for the count, and Nan was completely out of touch and unable to move for three days while they waited out the storm.

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