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marnix_moed

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Report this Feb. 09 2008, 1:31 pm

Hey,

I am looking for a complete overview of all Voyager novels/books.

Can anyone help me out here?

Grt,
m

EmeraldWarrior

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Report this Feb. 09 2008, 2:22 pm

You mean like a list of all the Voyager books? Or a synopsis of the plot of each book? I can do the first, they are in chronological order, but I haven't read them all to give you a synopsis of each book. There were a lot of books that were just novelizations of episodes, I won't include those:

-ST Voyager: Distant Shores - A Collection of all-new short stories that take place within the timeframe of the TV series, various writers.
-ST Voyager: String Theory Book 1: Cohesion by Jeffrey Lang
-ST Voyager: String Theory Book 2: Fusion by Kirsten Bayer
-ST Voyager: String Theory Book 3: Evolution by Heather Jarman
-ST Voyager: Homecoming by Christie Golden
-ST Voyager: The Farther Shore by Christie Golden
-ST Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 1: Old Wounds by Christie Golden
-ST Voyager: Spirit Walk Book 2: Enemy of My Enemy by Christie Golden

-Nate-

marnix_moed

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Report this Feb. 09 2008, 5:30 pm

Hey Nate,

thank you for your reply. I am actually looking for a list of the title of all Voyager books. Including the novelisations of the episodes.

Do you happen to know where I can find a complete list? Google didn't help much.

The reason I wondered why is because I found a small list in the front of my novel/book.
It starts with:
1. The caretaker
2. The escape
3. Ragnarok
4. Violations
5. Incident at Arbuk
6. The murdered sun
7. Ghost of a chance.

The titles you mentioned, seem to be more recent releases. Hope someone can help to make a complete list...

Grt,
m

krad

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Report this Feb. 09 2008, 11:53 pm

Here you go:

Novelizations
Caretaker by L.A. Graf
Flashback by Diane Carey
Day of Honor by Michael Jan Friedman
Equinox by Diane Carey
Endgame by Diane Carey and Christie Golden

Hardcover novels
Mosaic by Jeri Taylor
Pathways by Jeri Taylor

Trade paperbacks
Captain Proton, Defender of the Earth by Dean Wesley Smith
Distant Shores, ed. by Marco Palmieri

Mass market novels
The Escape by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Ragnarok by Nathan Archer
Violations by Susan Wright
Incident at Arbuk by John Gregory Betancourt
The Murdered Sun by Christie Golden
Ghost of a Chance by Mark A. Garland & Charles G. McGraw
Cybersong by S.N. Lewitt
Invasion! Book 4: The Final Fury by Dafydd ab Hugh
Bless the Beasts by Karen Haber
The Garden by Melissa Scott
Chrysalis by David Niall Wilson
Day of Honor Book 3: Her Klingon Soul by Michael Jan Friedman
The Black Shore by Greg Cox
Marooned by Christie Golden
Echoes by Dean Wesley Smith, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, & Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Seven of Nine by Christie Golden
Captain's Table Book 4: Fire Ship by Diane Carey
Death of a Neutron Star by Eric Kotani
Battle Lines by Dave Galanter & Greg Brodeur
Dark Matters Book 1: Cloak and Dagger by Christie Golden
Dark Matters Book 2: Ghost Dance by Christie Golden
Dark Matters Book 3: Shadow of Heaven by Christie Golden
Section 31: Shadow by Dean Wesley Smith & Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Gateways Book 5: No Man's Land by Christie Golden
The Nanotech War by Steven Piziks
Homecoming by Christie Golden
The Farther Shore by Christie Golden
Spirit Walk Book 1: Old Wounds by Christie Golden
Spirit Walk Book 2: Enemy of My Enemy by Christie Golden
String Theory Book 1: Cohesion by Jeffrey Lang
String Theory Book 2: Fusion by Kirsten Beyer
String Theory Book 3: Evolution by Heather Jarman

Novellas
Into the Queue by Christie Golden in Gateways Book 7: What Lay Beyond
The Mirror-Scaled Serpent by Keith R.A. DeCan#### in Mirror Universe: Obsidian Alliances

Young Adult novels
Lifeline by Bobbi JG Weiss & Cody Weiss
The Chance Factor by Diana G. Gallagher & Martin R. Burke
Quarantine by Patricia Barnes-Svarney

Crossovers that include Voyager
The Badlands Book 2 by Susan Wright
Double Helix Book 4: Quarantine by John Vornholt
Dark Passions Book 1 by Susan Wright
Dark Passions Book 2 by Susan Wright
The Brave and the Bold Book 2 by Keith R.A. DeCan####

Short stories
"A Night at Sandrine's" by Christie Golden in The Amazing Stories
"When Push Comes to Shove" by Josepha Sherman & Susan Shwartz in The Amazing Stories
"The Space Vortex of Doom" by Dean Wesley Smith in The Amazing Stories
"Seduced" by Christie Golden in Tales from the Captain's Table

Also there are Voyager stories in all ten volumes of Strange New Worlds.

krad

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Report this Feb. 09 2008, 11:55 pm

I have absolutely no idea why the board software feels the need to censor the final four letters of my last name, but The Brave and the Bold and The Mirror-Scaled Serpent are by me, Keith R.A. D e C a n d i d o . *rolleyes*

commodore_shawn

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Report this Feb. 10 2008, 1:05 am

I know its stupid, in another thread, I wrote the word m.e.d.i.c.a.l and d.i.c. part got cencored.

EmeraldWarrior

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Report this Feb. 10 2008, 1:58 am

I couldn't say Teen T.i.t.a.n.s. in a thread.

-Nat-e

marnix_moed

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Report this Feb. 14 2008, 6:07 am

Hey Keith,

thanks a lot for this extensive overview of all Star Trek Voyager Books!

Grt,
m

Lynx677

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 11:46 am

Well, you can always read my Voyager Book Reviews, a part of my Kes Website.

It contains a short synopsis, my own reviews and comments about odd things and contradictions in the Voyager books.

Note that only books which deal with events in season 1-3 are listed (plus Pathways which deals with the lives of the main characters before Voyager).

krad

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 12:06 am

With all due respect, Lynx, your link has only 19 reviews. The query was for an overview of all the Voyager fiction, and you cover less than 2/5 of it......

Lynx677

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 2:31 am

Quote (krad @ Feb. 16 2008, 1:06 am)
With all due respect, Lynx, your link has only 19 reviews. The query was for an overview of all the Voyager fiction, and you cover less than 2/5 of it......

I know.

But I'm sure that anyone who likes the Voyager books will find the reviews interesting and informative.

Not to mention the attempt to fit the books into a realistic Timeline.

vgrbabe

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 8:52 am

Quote (marnix_moed @ Feb. 09 2008, 1:31 pm)
Hey,

I am looking for a complete overview of all Voyager novels/books.

Can anyone help me out here?

Grt,
m

here's some actual HELPFUL info for you.

Memory Alpha has a list of all the voyager books and details descriptions and information about all of them.

Lynx677

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 1:20 pm

Quote (vgrbabe @ Feb. 16 2008, 9:50 am)
Quote (krad @ Feb. 17 2008, 12:06 am)
With all due respect, Lynx, your link has only 19 reviews. The query was for an overview of all the Voyager fiction, and you cover less than 2/5 of it......

well if you ask Lynx he denies the existance of any Voyager episodes or books that don't have Kes in them.

Will you please STOP HARRASSING ME!

_Roadhog_

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 3:52 pm

Quote (Lynx677 @ Feb. 15 2008, 3:46 pm)
*snip*
Note that only books which deal with events in season 1-3 are listed (plus Pathways which deals with the lives of the main characters before Voyager).

That's because you have a fanatical obsession with one single character.

Lynx677

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Report this Feb. 17 2008, 4:00 pm

Quote (_Roadhog_ @ Feb. 16 2008, 4:52 pm)
Quote (Lynx677 @ Feb. 15 2008, 3:46 pm)
*snip*
Note that only books which deal with events in season 1-3 are listed (plus Pathways which deals with the lives of the main characters before Voyager).

That's because you have a fanatical obsession with one single character.

Not exactly the truth.

I like the other characters as well.

However, I don't see any reason to read or review the books after "Pathways" because it's outside the time period which my website covers and something is missing in those books.

I could, of course write a review about the "Dark Matters" trilogy and the "String Theory" books. I might do that in the near future.

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