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Full Circle is a Star Trek: Voyager novel, by Kirsten Beyer, published by Pocket Books in 2009. It is the first to be written by Beyer and the fifth in the Voyager relaunch. The first part of the novel centers around Miral Paris' kidnapping by Klingon sect Warriors of Gre'thor and the Curse of the Gods while the second part shows Voyagers' action during the Borg Invasion of 2381 and sets up the mission of the Project Full Circle.

Publisher's descriptionEdit

From the back cover

When the USS Voyager is dispatched on an urgent mission to the planet Kerovi, Captain Chakotay and his first officer, Commander Thomas Paris, must choose between following their orders and saving the lives of two of those dearest to them. B'Elanna Torres and her daughter, Miral, are both missing in the wake of a brutal attack on the Klingon world of Boreth. With the aid of their former captain, Admiral Kathryn Janeway - as well as many old friends and new allies - Voyager's crew must unravel an ancient mystery, placing themselves between two warrior sects battling for the soul of the Klingon people...while the life of Miral hangs in the balance. But these events and their repercussions are merely the prelude to even darker days to come. As Voyager is drawn into a desperate struggle to prevent the annihilation of the Federation, lives are shattered, and the bonds that were forged in the Delta Quadrant are challenged in ways that none could have imagined. For though destiny has dealt them crushing blows, Voyager's crew must rise to face their future...and begin a perilous journey in which the wheel of fate comes full circle.

SummaryEdit

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ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

USS Voyager personnelEdit

Hugh CambridgeLyssa CampbellChakotayNancy ConlonThe DoctorAfsarah EdenAyter GwynIchebKathryn JanewayJarem KazHarry KimTom ParisDevi PatelSeven of NineAkolo TareB'Elanna TorresTuvokVorikNaomi WildmanSamantha Wildman
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AstallKesNeelixLon Suder

Other Starfleet personnelEdit

Reginald BarclayWillem BatisteXin ChanParimon DashtTillum DrafarRegina FarkasClarissa GlennBruce MaddoxKenneth MontgomeryOwen ParisPetersonHosc T'MarDeanna TroiLewis Zimmerman
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Beverly CrusherCurtisDarwinAlynna NechayevMichael Thomas ParisJean-Luc PicardRudolph Ransom

Other Federation citizensEdit

DeegleD'Mack of VulcanDonnerFerchewHaleyIrene HansenBal ItakPhoebe JanewayCarla JohnsonGretchen JohnsonKevin JohnsonMark JohnsonSvetlana KorepanovaGwyn LasrenLeonaLeonardSamantha MaplethorpeDil MooreLiam O'DonnellPallizoloJulia ParisMiral ParisReagerSekayaSharakT.J. SydneyTamarrasT'PelUzanVrentonWardVanessa WatersLibby WebberGiancarlo Wu
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AsilOliver BainesBeekmanEliethAiden FletcherGretchen JanewayJaraGradak KazJohn KimMary KimKathleen ParisMoira ParisSekJohn TorresT'ReniUptonUptonVarith

KlingonsEdit

D'KangGrapkHalkKahlessKopekK'TrelanKularg, son of GravLantarLigerhLogtMartokM'RentT'KrekWorf
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AmarGharghGowronGravHal'KorinKohlarKrelikL'Naan, daughter of KrelikLukaraMiral, daughter of L'NaanMolorMorjodReclawMiral Torres

Other charactersEdit

Referenced only 
Dante AlighieriBorg QueenCaptain ProtonCaretakerChaoticaLeonardo da VinciFek'lhrFistrebilJohn FordGodHarlowHenry VHillhurstIoneMerin KolBenjamin LinusMollyCrell MosetNossOneQShaka

LocationsEdit

AcamarAgincourtAlpha QuadrantAzure NebulaBadlandsBeta QuadrantBetazedBorethBristolCestus IIICygnet IVDavlosDelgaraDelta QuadrantDenevaDesertEarthEnglandFederation ParkFriday HarborGamma QuadrantGrand CanalGreat HallGre'thorHareesHellJupiter StationKartad ForestKeroviLopez IslandsLoran IILouvreLunaMarseillesMcKinley StationMontanaMount ConstitutionMount VorNaliah IVNew EarthObstruction Pass ParkOrcas IslandPalais de la ConcordePonte degli ScalziProxima StationQa'HovQo'noSRattlesnake FlatsRisaRosarioSandrine'sSan FranciscoSan Francisco BaySan Juan IslandsSanta CroceSanta Lucia Railway StationSol systemSto-Vo-KorUtopia PlanitiaVeniceWolf 359Yaris Nebula
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Deep Space 5Deep Space 7

Starships and vehiclesEdit

USS AchillesUSS AventineBarge of the DeadUSS CurieUSS da VinciDelta Flyer IIUSS DemeterEmergency Medical VesselUSS Enterprise-EUSS EquinoxUSS EsquilineUSS GalenUSS HawkingHome FreeIKS KortarIRW LoviatarUSS MelbourneUSS OsirisUSS PlanckUSS QuirinalIKS Sword of KahlessUSS Titanunregistered vessel 47658USS VoyagerIKS Ya'Vang

Races and culturesEdit

BetazoidBolianBorgCaeliarCardassianChangelingChildren of FawlwathDecanDeltanElaysianFerengiHirogenHortaHuman (French) • IlarianKazonKerovianKlingonKtarianLumniMariMikhal TravelerNekrestianOaxacatianOcampanOrionPeethQRomulanSpecies 8472SwarmSyngtaraTalaxianTamarianTellariteTrillUllianVothVulcan
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Jem'Hadar

States and organizationsEdit

37'sBoreal's Six ColoniesBorg CollectiveDepartment of Temporal AffairsDominionEarth Orbital ControlFederation CouncilFederation Department of Temporal InvestigationsFederation News ServiceFederation Research InstituteFounderKlingon Defense ForceKlingon EmpireKlingon High CouncilOrion SyndicateOxford UniversityProject Full CircleqawHaq'hochStarfleetStarfleet AcademyStarfleet CommandStarfleet IntelligenceStarfleet MedicalTyphon PactUnited Federation of PlanetsVisionary KlingonsWarriors of Gre'thorYan-Isleth
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Maquis

Other referencesEdit

ablative hull armorangelAnterean ciderbaakonitebaldricbananabaseballbat'lethbearblue-eyed MarybodysuitBolian alebootBrach 'Tun's LetterbuttercupcandlecappuccinochaiseChallenge of the SpiritChâteau St. MichellecoffeeCultural Renewaldabodemondilithiumdisruptord'k tahgdoberman pinscherDominion WardragonduffelbageggplantEmergency Medical HologramFederation DayFirst Dynastyfreshergaghgolfgrenadehoverballiced teaiguanaIlluminating the City of LightInfernoIrish setterIrumodic SyndromeItalianjoH'a mu'qaDkadis-kotkelotanekemociteKos'Karii pitKtarian Festivalkuvah'maghlatinumLa Zuccaledka woodleola rootLight of Amonaklizardmek'lethmerlotmintnehret-virusoilPADDpantsparmesan cheeseperidaxonphaserpulse minequtluchRisan bath saltrobesabre bearSecond Dynastysilversonic showerstalwortsuitcaseSword of KahlessTaborian Puzzlemaniatank topTargotteatransphasic torpedotricobalttricorderTri-ox compoundtritaniumtunicuniformwarnogwinexanatopropoline

AppendicesEdit

Background information Edit

  • The German translation of the novel was released by Cross Cult in 2014. It was translated by Andrea Bottlinger and featured new cover art by Martin Frei.
  • The novels release was announced at the New York Comic-Con in April 2008
  • According to comments from Keith R.A. DeCandido, the novel will "start initially where Enemy of My Enemy left off, and go all the way through to Destiny and beyond."
  • Along with Full Circle, Titan: Over a Torrent Sea by Christopher L. Bennett, A Singular Destiny by Keith R.A. DeCandido, and The Next Generation: Losing the Peace by William Leisner will also be following up on the events from Destiny.
  • Full Circle is the first novel in the relaunch series to be released since 2005, and the first not to be written by Christie Golden.
  • According to Beyer the novel was orignally supposed to be two novels which later merged into one with two parts. The original novels were supposed to be a trilogy with a book that would later become A Pocket Full of Lies.
  • The novel is split into two parts. Part One begins with a prologue set immediately after the events of Before Dishonor. The narrative of the first half of the book then picks up in 2378, a few weeks after the events of Enemy of My Enemy. Chapter 18 skips ahead to 2379 and then chapter 19 returns to the fallout of Before Dishonor showing how the various Voyager crewmembers learned of Kathryn Janeway's death. Part Two takes place primarily in May of 2381 following the events of the Star Trek: Destiny, this half of the book also features various flashbacks to periods between 2378 and 2381, including the events of Destiny. The epilogue concludes the book in June 2381.

Character arc Edit

  • Afsarah Eden - Afsarah Eden is introduced as the leader of the Full Circle Project and later promoted to Captain of Voyager for its Dela-Quadrant mission.
  • Chakotay - After Janeway's death Chaktoay has an emotional breakdown and resigns from Starfleet.
  • Thomas Paris - Tom Paris' daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew could save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develope a plan which involves B'Elanna and Miral fake their deaths and travel to the Delta-Quadrant where they would meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the Delta-Quadrant. Tom's mother is deeply saddened by the loss of her daughter-in-law and her grand-daughter which followed her husbands death during the Borg-Invasion.
  • B’Elanna Torres - B'Elanna Torres' daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew could save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develope a plan which involves B'Elanna and Miral fake their deaths and travel to the Delta-Quadrant where they woulf meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the Delta-Quadrant.

Images Edit

Related storiesEdit

Star Trek: Voyager novels set after the television series
HomecomingThe Farther ShoreSpirit Walk (Old WoundsEnemy of My Enemy) • Full CircleUnworthyChildren of the StormThe Eternal TideProtectorsActs of ContritionAtonementA Pocket Full of LiesArchitects of Infinity

TimelineEdit

The first part of the novel runs from September 2378 through June 2380 and begins nine months after the final Star Trek: Voyager episode, "Endgame".

The second part of the novel runs through May and June 2381 and begins three years and five months after the final Star Trek: Voyager episode, "Endgame".

published order
Previous novel:
First Novel in series
Voyager novels
(Post-Finale)
Next novel:
Unworthy
Previous novel:
Isabo's Shirt
Stories by:
Kirsten Beyer
Next novel:
Unworthy
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
A Time to Die
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
A Time to Sow
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in {{{primary}}}.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in eleven other timeframes:
Previous Adventure:
A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Chapters 1-8
7 April 2379
Chapter 34 section 2
Next Adventure:
A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Chapters 9-15
Previous Adventure:
A Time for War, A Time for Peace
Chapters 9-15
June 2379
chapters 18,21 section 2
Next Adventure:
Missing in Action
Previous Adventure:
Resistance
4 April 2380
chapter 26 section 2,3
Next Adventure:
Articles of the Federation
Chapters 13-16
Previous Adventure:
Before Dishonor
Chapters 1-47
June 2380
Prologue, chapter 19 section 1-6
Next Adventure:
Before Dishonor
Chapters 48-50
Previous Adventure:
Before Dishonor
Chapters 48-50
July 2380
Chapter 19 section 7
Next Adventure:
Captain's Blood
Previous Adventure:
Captain's Blood
August 2380
Chapters 19 sections 8-9, chapter 23
Next Adventure:
Sword of Damocles
Previous Adventure:
Mere Mortals
Chapters 18 section 4
February 2381
Chapter 24
Next Adventure:
Gods of Night
Chapters 1,3-5,7-9,11-12,14-16,18-19,21-22
Previous Adventure:
Mere Mortals
Chapters 1,3-5,7,8,10,11,13,16,18 section 5-7, chapters 19 & 20
February 2381
Chapter 25
Next Adventure:
Lost Souls
Chapters 1,3-7,9-13,15-19,21-30
Previous Adventure:
Losing the Peace
Chapters 1-6,7 sections 1-4, chapters 8-11,12 sections 1-2 & 4 & 13-15
March 2381
Chapter 26 sections 1 & 4
Next Adventure:
Over a Torrent Sea
Prologue, Vulcan section
Previous Adventure:
Over a Torrent Sea
Prologue, Vulcan section
April 2381
Chapter 27
Next Adventure:
Watching the Clock
Chapter 3
Previous Adventure:
Losing the Peace
Epilogue
May-June 2381
Chapter 20,21 section 1-3, 22,28-33,34 sections 1 & 3, epilogue
Next Adventure:
Over a Torrent Sea
Chapters 1-17


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