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Star Trek: The Next Generation

The Stuff of Dreams

Release DateMarch 2013
Series

Star Trek: The Next Generation

CaptainJean-Luc Picard
StarshipUSS Enterprise NCC-1701-E
Year
October 2384
Rating3.80 (320 ratings) on GoodreadsRating last updated June 25, 2019
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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.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Stuff of Dreams
Timeline
January, 2384 The Persistence of Memory (Cold Equations #1)
March, 2384 Silent Weapons (Cold Equations #2)
May, 2384 The Collectors (Department of Temporal Investigations #3)
July, 2384
to March, 2385
Time Lock (Department of Temporal Investigations #4)
July, 2384 The Body Electric (Cold Equations #3)
October, 2384 The Stuff of Dreams (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
April, 2385 Shield of the Gods (Department of Temporal Investigations #5)
August 22, 2385
to September 1, 2385
Revelation and Dust (The Fall #1)
August, 2385 Lust's Latinum Lost (and Found) (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
August 24, 2385 The Crimson Shadow (The Fall #2)
August 31, 2385
to September 19, 2385
A Ceremony of Losses (The Fall #3)
Publisher Description
An original e-novel from the Original Series universe!The Enterprise-E arrives in unclaimed space for a rendezvous with the Starfleet science vessel Newton. Jean-Luc Picard and his crew have been ordered to assist the Newton with the final phase of its current mission—a mission that brings Picard face to face with something he never thought he would see again: the phenomenon known as the Nexus. Less than twelve years after it left the Alpha Quadrant, the Nexus ribbon has now returned. Tasked to track and study the phenomenon as it re-entered the galaxy, the specialist science team on the Newton discovered that the orbital path of the Nexus has been radically altered by the actions of the rogue El-Aurian Tolian Soren—taking it deep into the territory of The Holy Order of the Kinshaya, one of the key members of the Typhon Pact. Starfleet Command is unwilling to allow the Kinshaya—and by extension, the Typhon Pact—free access to what is essentially a gateway to anywhere and anywhen, as a single operative could use the Nexus to change the course of galactic history….