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Series: Voyager
Author(s): Christie Golden
Publication information
Published: paperback - July 2003
Pages: 275
ISBN: ISBN 0743467558
Date: 2378

The exciting conclusion to the Homecoming adventure!



When an unstoppable Borg plague breaks out upon Earth, blame quickly falls on the newly returned crew of the Starship Voyager. Did Kathryn Janeway and the others unknowingly carry this insidious infection back with them? Many in Starfleet think so, and Seven of Nine, in particular, falls under a cloud of suspicion.
Now, with a little help from the Starship Enterprise, Admiral Janeway must reunite her crew in a desperate, last-ditch attempt to discover the true source of the contagion and save Earth itself from total assimilation into a voracious new Borg Collective.
But time is running out.
Has Voyager come home only to witness humanity's end?


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Andre • Belle • Zephram Cochrane • EMH-2 • Graalis • Kevin Johnson • Eshe Karenga • Gradak Kaz • Radara Kaz • Logt • Murkashu of Junn • Sam • Tim • John TorresMichael Sullivan

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-EUSS Voyager

Other references

assimilationBorethCaptain Proton • Fair Haven • grikshak • Lhaj fever • Parker's Fourth Theorem • Parker's Second Theorem • Photons Be FreePortable emitterProject Full CircleRoyal Protocol • Setoya's Theory • Starfleet Academy • The Stop Spot • Wolf 359



  • Data came to the conclusion that a Borg Queen was active on Earth and when he was met with skepticism, he argued that once a person eliminated the impossible then whatever remained, no matter how improbable, must be the truth. This was an identical statement made by Data in "Lonely Among Us" regarding a series of systems malfunctions on the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D), and by Spock in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country when he came to the conclusion of a cloaked Klingon bird-of-prey. This is, of course, an aphorism first coined by Sherlock Holmes.


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Old Wounds
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Novels by:
Christie Golden
Next novel:
Old Wounds
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Previous Adventure:
Chapters 4-20
Pocket Next Adventure:
Widow's Walk
second-fourth entries

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