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  • Star Trek: The Lost Era
  • Star Trek: The Lost Era
  • Star Trek: The Lost Era
  • Star Trek: The Lost Era
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  • Die Reihe behandelt die Zeit zwischen dem Verschwinden von Kirk in Star Trek: Treffen der Generationen und dem Beginn der Serie [[]]. Viele bekannte Personen und Raumschiffe tauchen auf: So die USS Excelsior, die Enterprise-B, die Enterprise-C, Captain Hikaru Sulu, Pavel Chekov, Janice Rand, Christine Chapel, Tuvok u.a. Innerhalb der Lost Era-Reihe bilden die Romane 8-10 den so genannten Terok Nor-Zyklus. Wie der Name schon andeutet wird hier die, über ein halbes Jahrhundert andauernde Besetzung Bajors geschildert.
  • Star Trek: The Lost Era is a book series that chronicles the events occurring between James T. Kirk's presumed death aboard the USS Enterprise-B in 2293 and the Cardassian withdrawal from Bajor in 2369. The series attempts to flesh out some events that were only mentioned briefly in the TV series, such as the Tomed Incident and the Betreka Nebula Incident. It also helps to provide a backstory to recurring book characters such as Leonard James Akaar, Elias Vaughn, and Dr. Selar.
  • A series of books in the so-called Star Trek Novel Verse. Although each is a stand-alone (even the Terok Nor books, billed as a trilogy, are largely accessible on a one-to-one basis), they tie into an overarching account of a particular period in the Star Trek timeline; between Kirk's apparent death in 2293 and the launch of Picard's Enterprise in 2364. The novels also link in with other books set in this period but not considered a part of the Lost Era, such as Star Trek: Vulcans Heart and The Captain's Daughter. There are ten novels in the series:
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  • Cover for book 1, The Sundered
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Name
  • The Lost Era
Novels
  • 11
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  • 2293
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  • 2289
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  • novels
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  • A series of books in the so-called Star Trek Novel Verse. Although each is a stand-alone (even the Terok Nor books, billed as a trilogy, are largely accessible on a one-to-one basis), they tie into an overarching account of a particular period in the Star Trek timeline; between Kirk's apparent death in 2293 and the launch of Picard's Enterprise in 2364. The novels also link in with other books set in this period but not considered a part of the Lost Era, such as Star Trek: Vulcans Heart and The Captain's Daughter. There are ten novels in the series: * The Sundered: Captain Sulu aboard the Excelsior, on a diplomatic mission to the Tholian Assembly. * Serpents Among the Ruins: Captain John Harriman aboard the Enterprise-B, and the infamous Tomed Incident, as political tensions between Federation, Klingon and Romulan reach a head. * The Art of the Impossible: An eighteen year political epic detailing a cold war between the Klingons and the Cardassians. * Well of Souls: Captain Rachel Garrett aboard the Enterprise-C, and the criminal underbelly of the Star Trek universe. * Deny thy Father: The exploits of Kyle Riker (Will Riker's father), and Will Riker's early Starfleet career. * Catalyst of Sorrows: Aging Admiral Uhura recruits a collection of familiar characters for an undercover operation to investigate a suspected Romulan bioweapon. * The Buried Age: Captain Picard pursues an archaeological mystery. * The Terok Nor trilogy of Day of the Vipers, Night of the Wolves, and Dawn of the Eagles, detailing the history of the Cardassian occupation of Bajor. Many a Continuity Nod to the events of these novels is to be found in other Star Trek books.
  • Star Trek: The Lost Era is a book series that chronicles the events occurring between James T. Kirk's presumed death aboard the USS Enterprise-B in 2293 and the Cardassian withdrawal from Bajor in 2369. The series attempts to flesh out some events that were only mentioned briefly in the TV series, such as the Tomed Incident and the Betreka Nebula Incident. It also helps to provide a backstory to recurring book characters such as Leonard James Akaar, Elias Vaughn, and Dr. Selar. There are currently eleven novels in the series, the most recent being One Constant Star, released in 2014. A novel had been tentatively planned, which would deal with Benjamin Sisko on board the USS Okinawa during the Tzenkethi War. Christopher L. Bennett avoided specifics of the war in The Buried Age, in deference to the author of this anticipated novel. [1] However, with the departure of editor Marco Palmieri from Pocket Books in 2008, the future of this project is uncertain. Elements of the series appeared in the novel Rough Beasts of Empire.
  • Die Reihe behandelt die Zeit zwischen dem Verschwinden von Kirk in Star Trek: Treffen der Generationen und dem Beginn der Serie [[]]. Viele bekannte Personen und Raumschiffe tauchen auf: So die USS Excelsior, die Enterprise-B, die Enterprise-C, Captain Hikaru Sulu, Pavel Chekov, Janice Rand, Christine Chapel, Tuvok u.a. Innerhalb der Lost Era-Reihe bilden die Romane 8-10 den so genannten Terok Nor-Zyklus. Wie der Name schon andeutet wird hier die, über ein halbes Jahrhundert andauernde Besetzung Bajors geschildert.
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