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Star Trek The Captain's Oath cover

Star Trek: The Original Series — The Captain’s Oath

The saga of James T. Kirk’s historic command of the U.S.S. Enterprise is known throughout the galaxy. But one part of the legend has barely been touched upon until now: the story of Kirk’s first starship command and the remarkable achievements by which Starfleet’s youngest captain earned the right to succeed Christopher Pike as the commander of the famous Enterprise.

From his early battles with the Klingons to the rescue of endangered civilizations, Kirk grapples with difficult questions: Is he a warrior or a peacemaker? Should he obey regulations or trust his instincts? This thrilling novel illustrates the events and choices that would shape James T. Kirk into one of the most renowned captains in Starfleet history.

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STA Strange New WorldsStar Trek Adventures: Strange New Worlds: Mission Compendium Vol. 2

Strange New Worlds: Mission Compendium Volume 2 presents nine ready-to-play missions for Star Trek Adventures. Within this book Gamemasters will find the means to test their Starfleet officers while encountering a variety of strange new worlds and the lifeforms they contain.

Features nine adventure campaigns including one by me, The Whole of the Law.

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Star Trek: Enterprise — Rise of the Federation

Book 1: A Choice of Futures

Book 2: Tower of Babel

Book 3: Uncertain Logic

Book 4: Live by the Code

Book 5: Patterns of Interference

 

Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations

Watching the Clock

Forgotten History

The Collectors

Time Lock

Shield of the Gods

 

Star Trek: The Original Series

Ex Machina

Mere Anarchy: The Darkness Drops Again

Constellations: “As Others See Us”

The Face of the Unknown

Star Trek: The Next Generation

 The Buried Age: A Tale of The Lost Era

Greater Than the Sum

The Sky’s the Limit: “Friends With the Sparrows”

Typhon Pact: The Struggle Within

Star Trek: Titan

Orion’s Hounds

Over a Torrent Sea

Mirror Universe — Shards and Shadows: “Empathy”

Star Trek: Voyager

Myriad Universes Infinity's PrismMyriad Universes — Infinity’s Prism: Places of Exile

Voyager Distant ShoresDistant Shores: “Brief Candle”

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine/Corps of Engineers

Deep Space Nine Prophecy and ChangeDS9 — Prophecy and Change: “…Loved I Not Honor More”

CoE AftermathCorps of Engineers: Aftermath

Star Trek Adventures RPG

TOS Era:

Hard Rock Catastrophe

The Whole of the Law (Strange New Worlds: Mission Compendium Vol. 2, Ch. 06)

TNG Era:

Call Back Yesterday

The Gravity of the Crime

Stolen Liberty

 

  1. June 20, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    I just finished “Uncertain Logic” and wanted to tell you I very much enjoyed it. To me bringing back Trip was also a plus. He was one of my favored characters from the TV show. I have been a trek fan since the beginning (I am old) and have been disappointed with many of the books that have come out over the last twenty years. Keep up the good work. A Fan

  2. Arianna
    May 28, 2016 at 3:28 am

    Thanks for the amazing books of the Rise of the Federation serie! Each story line is extremely exciting. In particular, I really appreciate the evolution of Devna character. Thanks for your work (please don’t stop writing :P). Arianna

  3. Andra Leigh Apple
    October 18, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    I hope there will be another book for Rise of a Federation. I just discovered these books, and I need to know how Trip and T’Pol get back to Vulcan and set up life!

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