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  • [Info] Star Trek Bücher - Neuerscheinungen 2006 (Übersicht)

    So, hier hätten wir dann die dritte Auflage meines Bücher-News-Reports, diesmal logischerweise für das Jahr 2006.

    Die übliche bitte am Anfang: Bitte keine Teilinformationen poten und die Kommentare auf ein Minimum reduzieren, debatieren können wir über die Bücher woanders. Ansonsten geht jegliche Übersicht flöten, und das wäre schade, den genau das ist eigentlich Sinn dieses Threads.

    Los gehts:


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    Orion's Hounds
    Star Trek Titan, Band 3
    Christopher L. Bennett
    Januar 2006



    As the U.S.S. Titan ventures beyond the outermost reaches of known space, the telepaths in her crew -- including Diplomatic Officer Deanna Troi -- are overwhelmed by an alien cryof distress, leading the ship to the scene of a shocking act of carnage: a civilization of interstellar "whalers" preying upon and exploiting a familiar species of sentient spaceborne giants.

    Appalled but reluctant to rush to judgment, Captain William Riker and his crew investigate, discovering a cosmic spawning ground in a region of active star formation -- the ecosystem for a bewildering array of diverse but similarly vast life-forms. While attempting to negotiate an end to the victimization of these creatures, Riker's crew inadvertently grants them the means to defeat their hunters' purpose...only to learn that things are not exactly as they seem.
    Quelle: www.psiphi.org

  • #2
    Rosetta
    Star Trek Enterprise, Band 9
    Dave Stern
    Februar



    On the edge of uncharted space...

    Captain Jonathan Archer and the crew of the Starship Enterprise find their way forward blocked by a mysterious alien vessel, piloted by a race they will soon come to know as the Antianna. Unable to decipher the alien ship's transmissions, unwilling to risk a battle, Enterprise is forced to veer from its planned course.

    Almost immediately, they find themselves in the heart of space ruled by the Thelasian Trading Confederacy, who have also had dealings with the Antianna. The Thelasian leader, Governor Maxim Sen, is in fact in the middle of organizing a war against the Antianna, to eliminate the threat they pose to the Confederacy's trading routes.

    Archer suspects Sen has other motives as well. He also suspects that there is a reason for the Antianna's seemingly hostile posture. But with the assembled races of an entire sector against him, he needs more than just suspicions. He needs facts. And only one woman can give them to him: Ensign Hoshi Sato. If she can translate the Antianna language, peace may just be possible. If not, war--a devastating sector-wide war--will soon result.
    Quelle: www.psiphi.org

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    • #3
      Missing in Action
      Star Trek New Frontier, Band 19
      Peter David
      Hardcover
      Februar 2006



      Following the dramatic events of After the Fall, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the U.S.S. Excalibur find themselves catapulted headlong into another universe, far from the New Thallonian Protectorate and Sector 221-G... a place where an ancient war rages between two powerful alien races. But Calhoun has no intention of staying here for very long and, adopting the time-honored philosophy of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend," takes it upon himself to somehow (and by any means necessary) persuade one side or the other to help him and his crew get back home.

      Meanwhile, the shadow of war has fallen over the New Thallonian Protectorate, and an embattled Si Cwan faces growing treachery as he attempts to maintain his tenuous hold on power. With Starfleet and the Federation declaring Sector 221-G temporarily off-limits, Commodore Elizabeth Shelby and Captain Kat Mueller decide to take matters into their own hands, ignoring orders by trying to find some way of getting to the Excalibur, presuming there is any Excalibur to get to. But they never count on the most unexpected of allies--an old friend whose shifting loyalties are about to be put to the ultimate test even as a growing cataclysm looms....
      Quelle: www.psiphi.org

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      • #4
        String Theory, Band 3/3: Evolution
        Star Trek Voyager, Band 35
        Heather Jarman
        März 2006



        A wake of destruction and loss threatens the U.S.S. Voyager as Chakotay assumes command. Grief over Janeway's impending death coupled with anxiety brought on by the disappearance of Paris, Kim, and the Doctor forces the crew to take increasingly dangerous actions in order to assure their own survival.

        But Voyager doesn't fight alone: behind the lines, powerful forces have allied to give the starship aid. Toward this end, a familiar nemesis--the cosmic meddler Q--sends Paris and Kim on a perilous journey. Elsewhere, the Doctor, trapped in a dimension alien to human understanding, reunites with an old friend to help secure the fates of those he's left behind.

        Yet the conflict raging in the Monorhan system is merely a surface manifestation of more serious turmoil; the true struggle is rooted in the universe's very foundation. Standing at the eye of this maelstrom is Voyager, whose crew may hold the fate of all.
        Quelle: www.psiphi.org

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        • #5
          Warpath
          Star Trek Deep Space 9 - Relaunch, Band 19
          David Mack
          April 2006



          They were created to be killing machines. Highly intelligent, resourceful, and deceptively complex, the Jem'Hadar are a species engineered for war and programmed at the genetic level for one purpose: to fight until death as soldiers of the sprawling stellar empire known as the Dominion. No Jem'Hadar has ever lived thirty years, and not even their masters, the shape-shifting Founders, know what such a creature is capable of becoming were it to be freed of its servitude.

          One Founder, however, has dared to wonder.

          Appointed by Odo himself to learn peaceful coexistence aboard Deep Space 9, Taran'atar, an Honored Elder among the Jem'Hadar, had for months been a staunch, if conflicted, ally to the crew of the station, ever struggling to understand the mission on which he was sent... until something went horrifically wrong.

          Consumed by self-doubt and an ever-growing rage, Taran'atar has lashed out against those he was sworn to aid. While Captain Kira Nerys and Lieutenant Ro Laren both lie near death aboard DS9, their assailant has taken a hostage and fled into Cardassian space, pursued by Commander Elias Vaughn on the U.S.S. Defiant. But as the hunt unfolds, Taran'atar's true objective becomes increasingly less certain, as the rogue Jem'Hadar leads the Defiant to a discovery even more shocking than his crime.
          Quelle: www.psiphi.org

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          • #6
            Last Full Measure
            Star Trek Enterprise, Band 10
            Andy Mangels, Michael A. Martin
            Mai 2006



            Without warning or provocation a Xindi weapon appears above Earth and unleashes a blast that kills millions across two continents. It is only the first such weapon: a second is being built, and this time, it might very well destroy the entire planet. Desperately trying to save the Earth and her people, Starfleet must, in a heartbeat, change its mission from one of peaceful scientific exploration to one of military service.

            There is only one ship fast enough to stop construction of this new weapon: the Starship Enterprise. But it's crew can't do it alone. Captain Jonathan Archer accepts aboard his ship a contingent of Military Assault Command Operations personnel battle hardened soldiers known as MACOs.

            Starfleet and the MACOs are two different services now sharing a common goal, but they are divided as to how to reach it. It is a culture clash that echoes across the centuries of military service. The men and women now aboard Enterprise know they must succeed in working together or the price will be paid in the blood of innocents. Failure is not an option.
            Quelle: www.psiphi.org

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            • #7
              To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh
              The Khan Saga, Book 3 of 3
              Greg Cox
              Paperback-Reprint
              Juni 2006



              At last -- the untold chapter in the history of Star Trek's most notorious villain, KHAN. Searing and powerful, To Reign in Hell masterfully bridges the time period between Khan Noonien Singh's twenty-third-century revival in the Original Series classic episode "Space Seed" and his unforgettable return in the acclaimed feature film Star Trek II:The Wrath of Khan.

              What truly transpired during Khan's long years of exile on the forbidding world of Ceti Alpha V, before the tyrant escaped to embark on a murderous campaign of vengeance against Admiral James T. Kirk? What horrific trials spawned Khan's insane lust for revenge?

              Haunted by the memory of Khan's bitter accusations, Kirk now revisits Ceti Alpha V to discover for himself what ultimately drove Khan to madness. There, buried beneath the desolate surface of a dying planet, Kirk and his allies find the untold story of their greatest foe -- and of the woman who loved him: Lieutenant Marla McIvers of Starfleet¿.

              Along with Khan's genetically engineered followers from the twentieth century, Khan and Marla are left on Ceti Alpha V with the hopes of building a new life together. Although the planet is savage and untamed, full of deadly predators and unexpected hazards, Khan dreams of carving out an empire even greater than the one he once ruled on Earth.

              But when catastrophe strikes, laying waste to the entire world, Khan and the others find themselves trapped in a desperate struggle for survival. Now Khan must use every ounce of his superhuman strength and intellect to wage a fearsome battle against the planet, his people...and the growing darkness in his own soul.
              Leseprobe

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              • #8
                Vulcan's Soul, Band 2/3: Exiles
                TOS, Band 132
                Josepha Sherman, Susan Shwartz
                Hardcover
                Juni 2006



                Following on from the events of Vulcan's Soul: Exodus (hardback 0743463560: paperback 0743463579), a bloody war is raging between the Romulans and the mysterious Watraii. Ambassador Spock, pursuing his dream of ending the centuries-old enmity between Romulus and Vulcan, must find and penetrate the home base of the Watraii, where long-hidden secrets that link this newly-discovered people to the ancient Vulcan race are finally revealed. Through masterful use of flashbacks to an earlier time in Vulcan civilization, Josepha Sherman and Susan Schwartz bring the history of Vulcan to life as never before in a stirring tale of explorers who took their chances amidst the cold and distant stars

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                • #9
                  Summon the Thunder
                  Star Trek Vanguard, Band 2
                  Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore
                  Juli 2006



                  The Taurus Reach: a remote interstellar expanse that holds a very old and potentially cataclysmic secret, the truth of which is feared by the Tholians, coveted by the Klingons, and dubiously guarded by the Federation. At the centre of this intrigue is Vanguard, a Federation starbase populated by an eclectic mix of Starfleet officers and civilians whose lives are forever altered as they explore the layers of mystery surrounding the Reach and steadily peel them away...But deep within the Taurus Reach, an ancient and powerful alien mind has awakened prematurely from aeons of hibernation, alerted to the upstart civilisations now daring to encroach upon the worlds in her care. With the stakes for all sides escalating rapidly, the alien lashes out with deadly force against the interlopers, propelling the Vanguard crew on a desperate race to understand the nature of the attacker and to prevent the Taurus Reach from becoming a war zone.

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                  • #10
                    Strange New Worlds 9
                    Star Trek - Anthologie
                    Editor: Dean Wesley Smith, Elisa J. Kassin, Paula M. Block
                    August 2006



                    The Original Series:

                    "Gone Native" -- John Coffren
                    "A Bad Day for Koloth" -- David DeLee
                    "Book of Fulfillment" -- Steven Costa
                    "The Smallest Choices" -- Jeremy Yoder

                    The Next Generation:

                    "Staying the Course" -- Paul C. Tseng
                    "Home Soil" -- Jim Johnson
                    "Terra Tonight" -- Scott Pearson
                    "Solace in Bloom" -- Jeff D. Jacques

                    Deep Space Nine:

                    "Shadowed Allies" -- Emily P. Bloch
                    "Living on the Edge of Existence" -- Gerri Leen
                    "The Last Tree on Ferenginar: A Ferengi Fable From the Future" -- Mike McDevitt
                    "The Tribbles' Pagh" -- Ryan M. Williams

                    Voyager:

                    "Choices" -- Susan S. McCrackin, SECOND PRIZE
                    "Unconventional Cures" -- Russ Crossley
                    "Maturation" -- Catherine E. Pike

                    Enterprise:

                    "Rounding a Corner Already Turned" -- Allison Cain
                    "Mother Nature's Little Reminders" -- A. Rhea King
                    "Mestral" -- Ben Guilfoy, THIRD PRIZE

                    Speculations:

                    "Remembering the Future" -- Randy Tatano
                    "Rocket Man" -- Kenneth E. Carper
                    "The Rules of War" -- Kevin Lauderdale
                    "The Immortality Blues" -- Marc Carlson
                    "Orphans" -- R.S. Belcher, GRAND PRIZE

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                    • #11
                      Burning Dreams
                      Star Trek TOS, Band 138
                      Margeret Wander Bonanno
                      August 2006
                      (Zeitgleich auch als ebook erhältlich)



                      Before James T. Kirk, another captain stood on the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise™, spearheading its mission of exploration into the uncharted reaches of the galaxy. He was a man driven to perfection, a brooding soul whose haunted eyes reflected the burden of the impossible standards he set for himself, and for whom his longtime science officer, Spock, one day would risk everything. Yet, little is truly known about the enigmatic Christopher Pike, the events that defined him...or the secrets that consumed him.

                      From the embers of his early childhood among Earth's blossoming interstellar colonies, to the terrifying conflagration that led him back to the world of his birth; from the mentor who would ignite young Chris's desire to return to the stars, to the career he blazed in Starfleet that would end in supreme sacrifice -- the path of Pike's astonishing life leads through fire again and again. But even amid the ashes of Talos IV, the forbidden world on which he would live out the remainder of his days, the dreams smoldering still within his aging, radiation-ravaged breast fan the flames of Pike's spirit to accomplish one final task....

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                      • #12
                        Vulcan's Glory
                        TOS, Band 49
                        D.C. Fontana
                        Jubiläums-Reprint "40 Jahre Star Trek"
                        August 2006



                        Years before he came to be known as the best first officer in the fleet, Spock was a conflicted young ensign, serving on the Starship Enterprise™ under Captain Christopher Pike. Struggling to reconcile his many obligations -- those forced on him by his Vulcan heritage, and those chosen by him upon his enrollment in Starfleet Academy -- Spock must also balance the desires of his own heart.

                        Those conflicting demands intersect during a mission to retrieve one of his world's most sacred artifacts, a relic of Vulcan's ancient past -- the search for which will reveal dark and deadly secrets, forever altering the course of Spock's life and defining the man he became.

                        A classic tale from D. C. Fontana, one of Star Trek®'s original producers and the writer of such classic episodes as "Journey to Babel" and "This Side of Paradise."

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                        • #13
                          Strangers from the Sky
                          TOS, Band 37
                          Margaret Wander Bonanno
                          Jubiläums-Reprint "40 Jahre Star Trek"
                          August 2006
                          (Zeitgleich auch als ebook erhältlich)



                          n the twenty-first century: Years before the formal first contact that would be recorded in Earth's history, a Vulcan space vessel crash-lands in the South Pacific, forcing humanity to decide whether to offer the hand of friendship, or the fist of war. Complicating matters is a second visitation: a group of people from two hundred years in the future, who serve on a starship called Enterprise....

                          In the twenty-third century: A new novel called Strangers from the Sky reveals the truth about this heretofore unknown first contact. Reading the novel leads to nightmares that torment Admiral James T. Kirk -- dreams of his dead comrades, Gary Mitchell, Lee Kelso, and Elizabeth Dehner, from his earliest days aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise™; visions of a forgotten past in which he somehow changed the course of history and destroyed the Federation before it began.

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                          • #14
                            Crucible, Book 1 of 3: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows
                            TOS, Band 139
                            David R. George III
                            September 2006



                            IN A SINGLE MOMENT

                            . . . the lives of three men will be forever changed. In that split second, defined paradoxically by both salvation and loss, they will destroy the world and then restore it. Much had come before, and much would come after, but nothing would color their lives more than that one, isolated instant on the edge of forever.

                            IN A SINGLE MOMENT

                            . . . Leonard McCoy, displaced in time, saves a woman from dying in a traffic accident, and in so doing alters Earth's history. Stranded in the past, he struggles to find a way back to his own century. But living an existence he was not meant to, he will eventually have to move on, and ultimately face the shadows born of his lost life.

                            IN A SINGLE MOMENT

                            . . . Leonard McCoy, displaced in time, is prevented from saving a woman from dying in a traffic accident, allowing Earth's history to remain unchanged. Returning to the present, he encounters a medical mystery he is committed to solving. But the echoes of an existence he never lived haunt him, and the specter of a premature death will bring him full circle to the shadows he has never faced.

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                            • #15
                              Constellations
                              Star Trek - Anthologie
                              Editor: Marco Palmieri
                              September 2006



                              ince time immemorial, Man has imagined the night sky to be filled with stories: legends of heroes and strange life-forms amidst the very stars. Eternal tales of wonder and mystery, danger and adventure, passion and logic, hope and human nature, they comprise a mythos embedded in the universe itself . . . constant, enduring, and immutable.

                              Rediscover the mythology of our age on the occasion of its fortieth anniversary, in this scintillating collection of new stories about the original Star Trek ® -- untold voyages of the captain and crew of the Starship Enterprise™ that not only recapture the magic of the world-renowned television series created by Gene Roddenberry, but push beyond it through the writings of:

                              Christopher L. Bennett • Jeff Bond • Dave Galanter • Allyn Gibson • Robert Greenberger
                              Jeffrey Lang • Kevin Lauderdale • William Leisner • Stuart Moore • Jill Sherwin
                              Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore • Howard Weinstein

                              With an introduction by acclaimed science-fiction author David Gerrold, writer of the classic episode "The Trouble with Tribbles™," Constellations embarks on a journey into both yesterday and tomorrow . . . and ventures, in grand Star Trek tradition, to worlds beyond time and worlds beyond ken.

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