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Disavowed is a 2014 Star Trek: Section 31 novel by author David Mack. The novel takes place after the events of Star Trek: The Fall and focuses on Julian Bashir, Sarina Douglas and Section 31. It sports an original cover by renowned cover artist, Tim Bradstreet, based upon the author's own original design.

Publisher's descriptionEdit

The pulse-pounding new Star Trek thriller from David Mack–a direct sequel to the New York Times bestselling series The Fall!
Amoral, shrouded in secrecy, and answerable to no one, Section 31 is the mysterious covert operations division of Starfleet, a rogue shadow group committed to safeguarding the Federation at any cost. Doctor Julian Bashir sacrificed his career for a chance to infiltrate Section 31 and destroy it from within. Now it's asking him to help it stop the Breen from stealing a dangerous new technology from the mirror universe–one that could give the Breen control over the galaxy. It’s a mission Bashir can’t refuse—but is it really the shot he’s been waiting for? Or is it a trap from which even his genetically enhanced intellect can’t escape?

ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

Primary universeEdit

Julian BashirChoska Ves Fel-AAColeCrinIlirra DeelSarina DouglasOzla GranivL'HaanRemJessala sh’LeroSoltTranYoabVasily Zeitsev
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Baras RodiryaEmerson HarrisVic FontaineJackKira NerysLaurenPatrickPranFrançois de La RochefoucauldBenjamin SiskoLuther SloanThirishar ch'ThaneKellessar zh'TarashMarthrossi zh'ThiinUzaveh the InfiniteGalif jav Velk

Mirror universeEdit

Inglis ArkellArritharErisFemale Changelingth’FeshK'EhleyrKortKol jav MeghJesi MullinsJean-Luc PicardDannis PalancirTrag chim PogKersil RegonSherlas RokaathRuxin EjorSaavikSakonnaFallanooran th'SirrisTaran'atarTolarisTregDeanna TroiTsemiarWeyoun
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Corat DamarDurasKahlessOdoB'Elanna Torres

LocationsEdit

Primary universeEdit

Andor (Ikkuna StationKathela FallsLa'Vor SeaLaenishulLor'VelaNew Therin Park)
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Deep Space 9Deep Space 9 (II)SalavatSindorinTirana III

Mirror universeEdit

Alpha QuadrantArdana (Mount Stratos) • BajorBajoran wormholeCardassiaDonorius BeltErebus StationGamma QuadrantOmega PrimeZeta Serpentis

StarshipsEdit

Attack Vessel 319Attack Vessel 560Battle Cruiser 674Battle Cruiser 815Battle Cruiser 918Battleship 432Battleship 774Carrier Vessel 181Enterprise (Memory Omega starship) • Tajny
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USS Enterprise

Races and culturesEdit

AndorianBajoranBolianBreenCardassianFounderHumanJem'HadarOrionTelleriteTrillTzenkethiVortaVulcanZakdorn

States and organizationsEdit

Primary UniverseEdit

Breen ConfederacyBreen Intelligence DirectorateFederation Security AgencyNew Imperial Andorian AquariumSection 31StarfleetSpetzkarTyphon PactTzenkethi CoalitionUnited Federation of Planets

Mirror UniverseEdit

AscendantCardassian UnionDominionDominion (mirror)Galactic CommonwealthImperial IntelligenceKlingon-Cardassian AllianceKlingon EmpireMemory OmegaStarfleetTerran Rebellion
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Breen ConfederacyObsidian Order

Science and technologyEdit

Ketracel-whiteShedai Meta-genomeTransparent aluminum

Other referencesEdit

Oralian Waysocialator

AppendicesEdit

Related storiesEdit

Disavowed follows on from events depicted in the following novels:

ConnectionsEdit

Published Order
Previous novel:
Abyss
Star Trek: Section 31 Next novel:
current novel
Previous story:
A Ceremony of Losses
Stories by:
David Mack
Next story:
current novel

Cover DesignEdit

Bradstreet's cover bears similarity to the mock-up author, David Mack, put up on his own website - which showed the main character, Julian Bashir, along with his service record. Bradstreet developed the theme, making Bashir seem more destitute and adding also other elements to the mix - not only Doctor Julian Bashir’s personnel file, but also transparent graphics from Geoffrey Mandel‘s influential volume, Star Trek Star Charts.

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