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The long-awaited follow-up to Voyager: Architects of Infinity from the New York Times best-selling author and cocreator of Star Trek: Picard!

As the crew of the Full Circle fleet works to determine the fate of their lost ship, the Galen, a struggle for survival begins at the far edge of the galaxy. New revelations about Species 001, the race that built the biodomes that first drew the fleet to investigate planet DK-1116, force Admiral Kathryn Janeway to risk everything to learn the truth.

©2020 CBS Studios Inc. All rights reserved. STAR TREK and related marks are trademarks of CBS Studios Inc. Excerpt from You Can’t Go Home Again by Thomas Wolfe: ©1934, 1937, 1938, 1940 by Maxwell Perkins as Executor. Copyright renewed 1968 by Paul Gitlin. Reprinted with permission of McIntosh & Otis, Inc. (P)2020 Simon & Schuster Audio

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It was worth the wait.

It was worth the wait. It is an engaging and exciting story that explores the dynamics of a known culture, and a new one.

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The Final adventure?

If this is indeed the final book Kirsten writes for Star Trek, she takes the series out on a high. No fancy explosions, no Borg invasions, but a book that changes the status quo. I was skeptical going in, but bravo, you delivered more than I hoped.

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  • Islandgirl
  • 20-10-20

I miss January LaVoy

I like the story. It is just a hard listen when you cannot tell Tom Paris from Admiral Janeway. The voices are all the same, the only way I can tell them apart, is by someone saying a name. January LaVoy, would have done this book a great service.

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  • dgb
  • 12-11-20

Nicely done!

Wraps us several storylines in sometimes surprising but always satisfying ways. Beautifully narrated by the author whose love of the characters and story arcs shows throughout. Great job revisiting back stories seamlessly.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-11-20

Exceptional. A pure joy

I'm left wanting to see the story of Kim, his child and Guinn as well as her connection. please make another book to keep moving forward.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-11-20

I will miss Kirsten Beyer!

I have read every Voyager novel ever released, not to mention seen every episode. Kirsten treated the character with respect and care while still allowing them to grow and expand thier reality. I will miss her writing these stories. I am a big fan.

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  • Ramil
  • 30-10-20

Great Ending

What a wonderful and complex story in the Star Trek Voyager universe. Kirsten Beyer thank you for a wonderful story.

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  • Helix
  • 29-10-20

Confusing story

The story and the premise although very interesting seems to be just all over the place and a little confusing at times. I couldn't tell who was talking, as all the characters sound the same you can only tell what's going on when somebody says she said and then their name, and the book eventually didn't even finish the story which is extremely frustrating.

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  • WILLIAM
  • 24-10-20

loved this

great story line enjoyed it very much . cant wait for the next book . im sure it will be great !

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  • Dennis R
  • 21-10-20

All Trek!

Fans of Star Trek in general (not just the Voyager series), will find a whole lot to like in Kirsten Beyer’s excellent novel. Excellent development of so many Trek themes relating to the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, exploration of transfers of consciousness in creative avenues, engagement with an incredibly unique species - communication with which might always remain beyond the abilities of the universal translator - and exploration of the universe and a way of traveling that might surprise you. I loved all of it and look forward to listening again. Kirsten Beyer performed the narration and it was on point.

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  • Jennifer Baratta
  • 17-10-20

Worth listening to Kristen Beyer.

Kristen Beyer is an outstanding narrator and author. Thank you so much for this book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-10-20

Amazing conclusion to a 2 decade long story

I honestly did not know where the story would go. At the end, I still do not know where the story will go, but the journey is it still so amazing. I think choosing to explore the universe is a fitting way to end this novel series.I know that the other writers within this year June averse maybe planning on doing similar things due to the current Landscape of new shows with their own story lines and Canon.I want the offers to know though that these stories were just as good if not better them what the old television series actually produced