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Series: TBA
Author(s): Keith R.A. DeCandido, Britta Dennison, Greg Cox, Kevin Dilmore, Marc Giller, David McIntee, James Swallow & Dayton Ward
Editor(s): Marco Palmieri
Publication information
Published: Paperback - March 2010
Pages: 464
ISBN: ISBN 1-4165-5850-7

Seven Deadly Sins is a Star Trek prose anthology to be published by Pocket Books in 2010. The book will contain seven novellas, each exploring a major culture in Star Trek through the theme of the "seven deadly sins".


Publisher's description

From the Simon & Schuster Spring 2010 Catalog
An all-new collection of engaging novellas showcasing the seven archetypal adversaries of the Star Trek universe.
Lust. Gluttony. Greed. Sloth. Wrath. Envy. Pride. These are the seven deadly sins of humanity...but humans are not the only creatures in the universe to surrender to their baser instincts. In the world of Star Trek, entire civilizations are driven by avarice, or anger, or insatiable hunger, or one of the other fundamental urges that have come to define these fascinating species.
Now, this edgy collection of original novellas explores these empires from the inside, delving into the qualities that shape their cultures and their worldviews, through characters as compelling as they are provocative. These surprising and engaging tales feature all of Star Trek’s most prominent adversaries, including the Borg (gluttony), the Klingons (wrath), the Romulans (pride), the Cardassians (envy), the Ferengi (greed), the Pakleds (sloth), and the Mirror Universe (lust), and their adventures on the dark side of the Star Trek universe.


   * Pride: Romulans - "The First Pier", by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
   * Envy: Cardassians - "The Slow Knife", by James Swallow
   * Anger: Klingons - "The Unhappy Ones", by Keith R.A. DeCandido
   * Sloth: Pakleds - "Work Is Hard", by Greg Cox
   * Greed: Ferengi - "Reservoir Ferengi", by David McIntee
   * Gluttony: Borg - "Revenant", by Marc Giller
   * Lust: Mirror Universe - "Freedom Angst", by Britta Dennison 


Solicitation cover
  • The book was first announced for release in August 2009, but was later delayed and pushed back to March 2010.


Published Order
Previous book:
Shards and Shadows
Star Trek anthologies Next book:
Shattered Light
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
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From DC Database

Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Sins, Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, and Pride, were embodiments of the particular sin they were named after. They were held captive in the Rock of Eternity, where they were looked after by Captain Marvel, who was being driven mad by their voices.

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From Muppet Wiki

The Seven Deadly Sins appeared in the 1975 Muppet Show pilot, The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence. A running joke throughout the show is that there will be a Seven Deadly Sins Pageant at the end of the show. The Sins arrive at the studio at various points in the show, disrupting the orderly running of the program.


  • Although Nigel mentions a Sin named Rage when listing the Sins in the closing pageant scene, the corresponding Sin wears a sash that reads Anger. This is the only Sin that doesn't have his own scene in the program. He is performed in the finale by John Lovelady, but Lovelady is not the character's main performer.
  • Sloth doesn't appear in the pageant scene; he shows up in the closing moments of the show, having arrived late.

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