An original novel set in the universe of Star Trek: The Original Series!
STARDATE 6122.5. A diplomatic mission to the planet Yusub erupts in violence when ruthless Orion raiders attempt to disrupt the crucial negotiations by force. Caught in the midst of a tense and dangerous situation, Captain James T. Kirk of the U.S.S. Enterprise finds an unexpected ally in the form of an enigmatic stranger who calls herself “Annika Seven.”
STARDATE 53786.1. Seven of Nine is taking part in an archaeological expedition on an obscure planetoid in the Delta Quadrant when a disastrous turn of events puts Voyager’s away team in jeopardy—and transports Seven across time and space to Yusub, where she comes face-to-face with one of Starfleet’s greatest legends.
STARDATE 6122.5. Kirk knows better than most the danger that even a single castaway from the future can pose to the time line, so he and Seven embark on a hazardous quest to return her to her own era. But there are others who crave the knowledge Seven possesses, and they will stop at nothing to obtain it—even if this means seizing control of the Enterprise!
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This was a great read. I couldn't stop reading it cause I wanted to find out what happened next. Great story :)
Badly needed editing
This book held my interest enough for me to finish it and I mostly enjoyed it, but the author has an irritating habit of "explaining" things that don't need explaining. For example: “[Kirk] counted his lucky stars that they’d made it out of the Neutral Zone in time to rendezvous with the Bellingham; Captain Greer might have been reluctant to risk interstellar war by venturing into the Zone. One errant starship on a supposed rescue mission was bad enough. The Klingons would not have taken kindly to two Starfleet vessels waging battle against the Orions so close to their empire.” That last sentence is unnecessary. Another example, after Uhura tosses back a grenade that has landed at her feet: “[Kirk] didn’t want to think about what would have happened had [Uhura's] reflexes been just a heartbeat slower. A photon grenade could inflict a lot of damage, as the battered Orions had just experienced firsthand.” Again, the last sentence is unnecessary. Mr. Cox, give your readers some credit for being able to understand things without needing those things to be spelled out for them.