- For the military designation for personnel status, see: missing in action.
|Missing In Action|
|Published:||Hardcover - 28 February 2006|
|Reprint(s):||Mass market paperback - January 2007; Trade paperback - April 2008|
Peter David's unforgettable novels of Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the Starship Excalibur remain one of Star Trek's most popular book series among fans. Now, David continues the thrilling new direction for the New Frontier universe begun in After the Fall with a novel that will shock and delight longtime and brand-new readers of this acclaimed series.
Following the dramatic events of After the Fall, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the USS Excalibur find themselves catapulted headlong into another universe, far from the New Thallonian Protectorate and sector 221G...a place where an ancient war rages between two powerful alien races. But Calhoun has no intention of staying here for very long and, adopting the time-honored philosophy of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend," takes it upon himself to somehow (and by any means necessary) persuade one side or the other to help him and his crew get back home.
Meanwhile, the shadow of war has fallen over the New Thallonian Protectorate, and an embattled Si Cwan faces growing treachery as he attempts to maintain his tenuous hold on power. With Starfleet and the Federation declaring sector 221G temporarily off-limits, Admiral Elizabeth Shelby and Captain Kat Mueller decide to take matters into their own hands, ignoring orders by trying to find some way of getting to the Excalibur, presuming there is any Excalibur to get to. But they never count on the most unexpected of allies -- an old friend whose shifting loyalties are about to be put to the ultimate test even as a growing cataclysm looms....
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- Topez Anat • Ankar • Aquila • François-Marie Arouet • Aurelius • Burgoyne 172 • Mackenzie Calhoun • Si Cwan • Desma • Freeman Dyson • Fhermus • Julian Fox • Mick Gold • Hiren • Edward Jellico • Kalinda • Kassir • Zak Kebron • Keesala • James Kirk • Henri L'Ecole • Robin Lefler • Lucius • Lyla • Maurus • Mark McHenry • Craig Mitchell • Moke • M'Ress • Katerina Mueller • Arex Na Eth • Jean-Luc Picard • Pontalimus • Morgan Primus • Q • q • Selar • Elizabeth Shelby • Shinzon • Soleta • Romeo Takahashi • Termic • Tiraud • Tania Tobias • Villers • Vitus • Xyon • Xyon of Calhoun
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- IRW Dhael • USS Excalibur (NCC-26517-A) • Lyla • Scimitar • IRW S'harien • IRW Spectre • Stingray • USS Trident • USS Voyager
- Ares IV • Cheng • Earth • Gravis • Nelkar • Nemosia • New Thallon • Priatia • Q Continuum • Remus • Romulan Neutral Zone • Romulus • Sector 221-G • Space Station Bravo • Teuthian • Teuthis Corridor
Races and culturesEdit
- Andorian • Bolgar • Borg • Caitian • Hermat • Horta • Klingon • Nelkarite • Orion • Priatian • Redeemer • Reman • Romulan • Species B221 • Species 8472 • Teuthis • Thallonian • Vulcan
States and organizationsEdit
- Borg Collective • House of Cwan • House of Fhermus • New Thallonian Protectorate • Romulan Star Empire • Starfleet • United Federation of Planets
- Dominion War • Dyson Sphere • Legate • Office of Planetary Affairs • praefect • remora • rocketball • schnapps • shark • sonar • thalaron radiation • transwarp conduit • Tribune • Worlds Within Worlds
- This is the second half of a duology begun in After the Fall.
After the Fall
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