Cover blurb for Star Trek: Seekers – All That’s Left!

Now that it’s been spotted in the wild, I’m free to post new info for All That’s Left, the upcoming fourth novel in the still kinda sorta minty fresh Star Trek: Seekers series. After fellow word pusher David Mack comes along this summer and drops Long Shot, the series’ third book that stars the crew of the U.S.S. Sagittarius, on y’all this summer, Kevin and I follow on in October with our latest adventure for the Starship Endeavour.


So, here’s what you’ll find on the back of the book:

Initially charted by Starfleet probes dispatched to survey the Taurus Reach, the planet Cantrel V now plays host to a budding Federation colony as well as a combined civilian/Starfleet exploration team. Ancient ruins of an unknown civilization scattered around the planet have raised the curiosity of archeologists, anthropologists, historians, and other interested members of the Federation scientific community. Together, they are attempting to shed light on the beings who once called this world home.

After a large, unidentified vessel arrives in orbit and launches a seemingly unprovoked orbital bombardment, the U.S.S. Endeavour responds to the colony’s distress call. As they attempt to render assistance and investigate the mysterious ship, Captain Atish Khatami and her crew begin to unlock the astonishing secrets the planet has harbored for centuries. Does the survival of a newly discovered yet endangered alien race pose a threat not only to Cantrel V but other inhabited worlds throughout the Taurus Reach and beyond?

So, you know…there you go.

The book’s “official” on-sale date is Tuesday, October 27th. You’ve already got yours pre-ordered, right?

Thanks to The Trek Collective for the heads-up!


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