Kirsten Beyer’s latest Star Trek: Voyager adventure, Architects of Infinity, is available today as an audionovel, read by January LaVoy, and in book form, featuring a cover by Mark Rademaker. StarTrek.com is pleased to present two exclusives for fans: an excerpt from the audionovel and an interview with LaVoy, a veteran actress and voiceover narrator.
Listen below to the excerpt:
Check out the interview with narrator January LaVoy below:
In Architects of Infinity… As the Federation Starship Voyager continues to lead the Full Circle Fleet in its exploration of the Delta Quadrant, Admiral Kathryn Janeway remains concerned about the Krenim Imperium and its ability to rewrite time to suit its whims. At Captain Chakotay’s suggestion, however, she orders the fleet to focus its attention on a unique planet in a binary system, where a new element has been discovered. Several biospheres exist on this otherwise uninhabitable world, each containing different atmospheres and features that argue that other sentient beings once resided on the surface. Janeway hopes that digging into an old-fashioned scientific mystery will lift the crews’ morale, but she soon realizes that the secrets buried on this world may be part of a much larger puzzle—one that points to the existence of a species whose power to reshape the galaxy might dwarf even that of the Krenim.
Meanwhile, Lieutenants Nancy Conlon and Harry Kim continue to struggle with the choices related to Conlon’s degenerative condition. Full Circle’s medical staff discovers a potential solution, but complications will force a fellow officer intent on aiding Conlon to confront her people’s troubled past and her own future in ways she never imagined...
The audionovel, from Simon & Schuster Audio, runs 11 hours and 6 minutes and is available via Google Play, Audible and iTunes. The novel, from Simon & Schuster/Pocket Books, costs $7.99, runs 400 pages and is available as a mass market paperback and eBook. Go to www.simonandschuster.com to order the title.