9 books found:
  Title Year Rating
Star Trek: Picard #2: The Dark Veil
by James Swallow (Jan 2021)
Year: 2385 - Goodreads Rating: 4.17 (499)
The Alpha Quadrant is mired in crisis. Within the United Federation of Planets, a terrorist strike on the shipyards of Mars has led to the shutdown of all relief efforts for millions of Romulans facing certain doom from an impending super­nova. But when the USS Titan is drawn into a catastrophic incident on the Romulan-Federation border, Captain William Riker, his family, and his crew find themselves caught between the shocking secrets of an enigmatic alien species and the deadly agenda of a ruthless Tal Shiar operative.
4.17 (499)
Titan #11: Sight Unseen
by James Swallow (Sep 2015)
Year: Jan 2386 - Goodreads Rating: 4.06 (332)
Titan sets out toward the edge of Federation space to tackle its latest assignment: to work with an alien species known as the Dinac, who are taking their first steps into the galaxy at large as a newly warp-capable civilization. But when disaster befalls the Dinac, the Titan crew discovers they have unknowingly drawn the attention of a deadly, merciless enemy.
Jan 2386
4.06 (332)
Star Trek: The Original Series: The Latter Fire
by James Swallow (Feb 2016)
Year: 2269 - Goodreads Rating: 4.00 (214)
The Syhaari prepare to take its first steps on to the galactic stage. But did the Enterprise crew leak advanced technology to the alien civilization during their first encounter, in violation of the Prime Directive?
4.00 (214)
Star Trek: Discovery #3: Fear Itself
by James Swallow (Jun 2018)
Year: 2252 - Goodreads Rating: 4.06 (165)
What begins as a vital rescue mission to save a vessel in distress soon escalates out of control. Forced into a command role, Saru is caught between his duty and the conflicting agendas of two antagonistic alien races.
4.06 (165)
Terok Nor #1: Day of the Vipers
by James Swallow (Apr 2008)
Year: 2318 to 2328 - Goodreads Rating: 3.94 (444)
Also: The Lost Era #8
The personal, political, and religious tensions between the Bajorans and the Cardassians spiral out of control, irrevocably shaping the futures of both worlds in an emotionally charged and unforgettable tale of treachery, tragedy, and hope.
2318 to 2328
3.94 (444)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Stuff of Dreams
by James Swallow (Mar 2013)E-Book Only
Year: Oct 2384 - Goodreads Rating: 3.78 (305)
The Enterprise-E arrives in unclaimed space for a rendezvous with the Starfleet science vessel Newton for a mission that brings Picard face to face with something he never thought he would see again: the phenomenon known as the Nexus.
Oct 2384
3.78 (305)
Star Trek: Voyager: Distant Shores
by Heather Jarman, Robert Greenberger, Kim Sheard & 9 more (Nov 2005)Short Stories
Year: 2371 to 2378 - Goodreads Rating: 3.96 (294)
Captain Janeway of the USS Voyager faced a choice: accept exile or set a course for home, a seventy-thousand-light-year journey fraught with unknown perils. She chose the latter. Janeway's decision launched her crew on a seven-year trek pursuing an often lonely path that embodied the purest form of the Starfleet adage "to boldly go..."
2371 to 2378
3.96 (294)
Star Trek: The Original Series: Cast No Shadow
by James Swallow (Sep 2011)
Year: 2300 - Goodreads Rating: 3.91 (233)
As part of the ongoing efforts to undo the disastrous fallout from the destruction of Praxis, reconstruction is in progress. But the peace process begun by the Khitomer Accords is still fragile just as the deadly plans of what is believed to be a hard-line Klingon isolationist group violently come to fruition. Yet the group thought responsible for the deadly attack has been dormant for decades, and its known modus operandi doesn’t match up to the manner of the strike.
3.91 (233)
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Sky's the Limit
by Marco Palmieri, Christopher L. Bennett, Greg Cox & 11 more (Oct 2007)Short Stories
Year: 2363 to 2379 - Goodreads Rating: 3.93 (211)
Celebrate the twentieth anniversary of The Next Generation by joining these now-legendary characters for all-new adventures: fourteen stories that span the time from before their earliest voyages through their missions onboard the Enterprise-E.
2363 to 2379
3.93 (211)