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Destiny #3

Lost Souls

Release DateNovember 2008
Series

Destiny #3

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Aventine #3

CaptainsJean-Luc Picard, Ezri Dax, William T. Riker
StarshipsUSS Enterprise NCC-1701-E, USS Titan, USS Aventine
Year
February 2381
Rating4.28 (2,198 ratings) on GoodreadsRating last updated November 13, 2018
Rank#3 out of 631 books (View All)Based on average Goodreads rating
The Borg are on the march, laying waste to worlds in their passage. An audacious plan could stop them forever, but it carries risks that Picard is unwilling to take. For Captain Ezri Dax there is no going back - only forward to whatever future awaits them.
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Destiny #3: Lost Souls
Timeline
July, 2380 Q Are Cordially Uninvited... (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
August, 2380 Sword of Damocles (Titan #4)
September, 2380
to January, 2381
Greater than the Sum (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
February, 2381 Gods of Night (Destiny #1)
February, 2381 Mere Mortals (Destiny #2)
February, 2381 Lost Souls (Destiny #3)
February, 2381
to May, 2381
Losing the Peace (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
February, 2381
to August, 2381
Over a Torrent Sea (Titan #5)
February, 2381
to February, 2382
Rough Beasts of Empire (Typhon Pact #3)
March, 2381
to February, 2382
Watching the Clock (Department of Temporal Investigations #1)
April, 2381 A Singular Destiny (Aventine #4)
Publisher Description
The soldiers of Armageddon are on the march, laying waste to worlds in their passage. An audacious plan could stop them forever, but it carries risks that one starship captain is unwilling to take. For Captain Jean-Luc Picard, defending the future has never been so important, or so personal -- and the wrong choice will cost him everything for which he has struggled and suffered. For Captain William Riker, that choice has already been made. Haunted by the memories of those he was forced to leave behind, he must jeopardize all that he has left in a desperate bid to save the Federation. For Captain Ezri Dax, whose impetuous youth is balanced by the wisdom of many lifetimes, the choice is a simple one: there is no going back -- only forward to whatever future awaits them. But for those who, millennia ago, had no choice...this is the hour of their final, inescapable destiny.