Star Trek: Mere Anarchy

ma-coverMestiko: a world on the brink of interstellar travel — and one that is closely and discreetly monitored by the Federation. But when a rogue pulsar sweeps through the star system, threatening to destroy all life on their planet, Starfleet must mount a desperate effort to protect the planet from annihilation.

Under the command of James T. Kirk, the Starship Enterprise is able to mitigate some of the damage — but the world’s surface is still devastated with appalling loss of life. Over the next three decades, the Enterprise and its crew revisit Mestiko — whether to keep them from falling prey to the machinations of the Klingon Empire or to deliver a new method of replenishing the planet’s ozone — through trials and tribulations, hardship and strife, love and death.

Originally published as six eBooks, Mere Anarchy is the saga of one crew’s career-long relationship to one world, and the ties that bound them inextricably together.

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Amazon Kindle e-Book

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word pusher. Husband. Dad. Trekkie. Rush fan (the band). Tampa Bay Bucs fan. Observer/derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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