After seven long years in the Delta Quadrant, the crew of the Starship Voyager™ now confront the strangest world of all: home. For Admiral Kathryn Janeway and her stalwart officers, Voyager's miraculous return brings new honors and responsibilities, reunions with long-lost loved ones, and for some, such as the Doctor and Seven of Nine, the challenge of forging new lives in a Federation that seems to hold little place for them.
But even as Janeway and the others go their separate ways, pursuing new adventures and opportunities, a mysterious cybernetic plague strikes Earth, transforming innocent men, women, and children into an entirely new generation of Borg. Now the entire planet faces assimilation, and Voyager may be to blame!
Great read, bad deal
I am a big fan of the Voyager TV series and reading this makes me wish they would make it a movie, but like the other reviews say it certainly ends on a cliffhanger. The description should be modified to make this evident. 5 star story with a 1 star deal. Resistance is futile, as I bought the other book anyways.
Not a complete book
To be completely honest, I really enjoyed the book. I love Voyager, and the author really captured the spirit of the series, and came up with a great story for what happened after they finally made it home.
That being said, when I buy a book, I assume that I'm paying for the complete story, not half of it. It's one thing to have a cliff-hanger on a tv show, when you have to wait for the next episode to find out the conclusion, but when I reach the end of a book, and there's no conclusion whatsoever, I become angry.
If you like Voyager, you'll enjoy this book, but understand that you'll need to pay for two books for this story, not just one.
Half a book
Caution, this book is only part of the story - it ends as a 'cliffhanger', apparently requiring you to buy the next book. And contrary to what Debra says, I don't see that information anywhere on the "cover" (image here on iTunes) nor in the synopsis.
Funny thing is, the characterizations and story are good enough that I was thinking I'd buy another ST:V novelization - but now I'm miffed to find that I *have* to do so just to finish this initial tale. Very frustrating, and insulting - I'd have readily given this 4 stars, maybe even 5, if that weren't the case!