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Kirsten Beyer
Kirsten Beyer is the New York Times Bestselling author of the Star Trek Voyager novels Acts of Contrition, Protectors, The Eternal Tide, Children of the Storm, Unworthy, Full Circle and String Theory: Fusion. She also penned the last Buffy book ever, One Thing or Your Mother, the Alias APO novel,... show more

Kirsten Beyer is the New York Times Bestselling author of the Star Trek Voyager novels Acts of Contrition, Protectors, The Eternal Tide, Children of the Storm, Unworthy, Full Circle and String Theory: Fusion. She also penned the last Buffy book ever, One Thing or Your Mother, the Alias APO novel, Once Lost, and she contributed the short story "Isabo's Shirt" to the Distant Shores anthology as well as the short story "Widow's Weeds" to Space Grunts. She has also written several articles for Star Trek Magazine.Kirsten appeared in Los Angeles productions of Johnson over Jordan, This Old Planet, and Harold Pinter's The Hothouse, which the L.A. Times called "unmissable." She also appeared in the Geffen Playhouse's world premiere of Quills and has been seen on General Hospital and Passions, among others.Kirsten has undergraduate degrees in English literature and theater arts, and a master of fine arts from UCLA.She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, David, and their daughter.
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in libris
in libris rated it 2 years ago
This will be a bit spoilery, especially if you haven't read Star Trek: Destiny (which, if you haven't, you really must read!). Plot details: The Voyager fleet split off into different directions in the previous novel (Unworthy). While Voyager was dealing with the Indign, a few of the other ships w...
in libris
in libris rated it 2 years ago
This one picks up where Full Circle left off. This isn't very spoilery: Voyager returns to the Delta Quadrant (this time, with the "Full Circle" fleet) for a new mission of exploration, and a lot of our characters are back, albeit most in different roles. I liked this one better than Full Circle m...
in libris
in libris rated it 2 years ago
This one is billed as the beginning of the Voyager novels' "relaunch". Well, the Voyager does get launched on a new mission about three-quarters of the way through the book after a whole lot of tying of loose ends from previous Voyager novels. I have not read those novels. The result was an intere...
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nicky2910's book reviews rated it 3 years ago
Boy, am I glad I stuck with this series despite the last 4 very mediocre entries as this is certainly the best part since Children of the Storm... despite it featuring not just one Janeway (which is already often too much), but 2. Voyager continues to explore the D-quadrant and learns that apparen...
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nicky2910's book reviews rated it 3 years ago
Full Circle is the first of the Beyer VOY-re-relaunch book, taking the flaundering series up in time to frame the Borg-invasion, the Destiny-events and their repercussions. First of all, there's Janeway who, after finally admitting that she's in love with Chakotay, apparently dies in the TNG novel...
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