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Remembrance of Things Past Book II (Star Trek: SCE) [Kindle Edition]

Terri Osborne
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Book Description

Concluding the special crossover event, bringing two great crews together in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation!

The away team is trapped on Icaria Prime. The cause of both the hallucinations they are experiencing and the equipment failures is the Krialta -- but one of its pieces is missing. Commander Corsi and Lieutenant Vale must work together -- for the first time since their fatal first meeting a decade ago -- to find the missing piece before everyone on the planet -- including Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Starship Enterprise -- is driven insane!

Meanwhile, both Commander Gomez and Dr. Sarjenka must face demons from their past, as the Krialta brings long-dormant memories to the surface, ones that will change their lives forever!

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About the Author

TERRI OSBORNE made her professional fiction writing debut in 2003 with the critically acclaimed “Three Sides to Every Story,” the Jake Sisko and Tora Ziyal story in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine tenthanniversary anthology, Prophecy and Change. Her other fiction work includes “ ‘Q’uandary,” the Selar story in the Star Trek: New Frontier anthology No Limits; Star Trek: S.C.E.: Malefictorum, the landmark fiftieth installment in the series; and “Eighteen Minutes” in the tenth-anniversary anthology Star Trek: Voyager: Distant Shores. Beyond that, she is hard at work at more fiction, both in and out of the Star Trek universe, including an original dark fantasy novel set in Dublin, Ireland in 1940. Find out more about Terri at her Web site:

STEVE MOLLMANN is studying for a Ph.D. in English at an unknown university at an unknown location in the United States. He is not being coy; at the time this was written, he simply had no idea where he would be by the time you read this. He obtained his M.A. in English at the University of Connecticut, and hopes to pursue a career as a scholar, specializing in British literature, especially its intersection with science and technology. Also in that gap of time, he will have gotten married to his then-fiancée, Hayley. He has met Michael Schuster on more than one occasion.

MICHAEL SCHUSTER lives in a picturesque Austrian mountain valley, with half a continent and one entire ocean between him and Steve Mollmann. A bank employee by day, he likes to come up with new (or at least relatively unused) ideas that can be turned into stories with loving care and the occasional nudge. With Steve, he is the co-author of two short stories in the anthology Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Sky's the Limit. Their first novel, The Tears of Eridanus, will be released as part of the collection Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light this December. Currently, the two are hard at work building their own universe-sized sandbox to play in. More information about them (including annotations for The Future Begins) can be found at

Dayton Ward is a software developer, having become a slave to Corporate America after spending eleven years in the US Marine Corps. In addition to the numerous credits he shares with friend and cowriter Kevin Dilmore, he is the author of several Star Trek novels, the science fiction novels The Last World War, Counterstrike: The Last World War, Book II and The Genesis Protocol as well as short stories which have appeared in more than twenty anthologies. He’s also written for web sites such as,, and He lives in Kansas City with his wife and daughters, but he’s a Florida native and maintains a torrid long-distance romance with his beloved Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Find him on the web at

Still reeling from the knowledge that Star Trek was a live-action series before it was a Saturday-morning cartoon, Kevin Dilmore is continually grateful for his professional involvement on the fiction and the nonfiction sides of the Star Trek universe for nearly a decade. Since 1997, he has been a contributing writer to Star Trek Communicator, penning news stories and personality profiles for the bimonthly publication of the Official Star Trek Fan Club. He has written for magazines including Amazing Stories, Star Wars Kids and FLIcK. Kevin’s interviews with some of Star Trek’s most popular authors appear in volumes of the Star Trek Signature Editions, published by Pocket Books. On the fictional side of things, his short stories include “The Road to Edos” in the Star Trek: New Frontier anthology No Limits and “Home on the Strange,” the first installment of Reality Cops: The Continuing Adventures of Vale and Mist for Phobos Books. With Dayton Ward, he has written the Star Trek: The Next Generation novels A Time to Sow and A Time to Harvest, a story for the anthology Star Trek: Tales of the Dominion War, eight installments of the continuing ebook series Star Trek: S.C.E. and the short story “Enemy Unknown!” for Rocket League—The Thrilling Roleplaying Game by Playus Maximus. Kevin lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

Keith R.A. DeCandido was born and raised in New York City to a family of librarians. He has written over two dozen novels, as well as short stories, nonfiction, eBooks, and comic books, most of them in various media universes, among them Star Trek, World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Marvel Comics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Serenity, Resident Evil, Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda, Farscape, Xena, and Doctor Who. His original novel Dragon Precinct was published in 2004, and he's also edited several anthologies, among them the award-nominated Imaginings and two Star Trek anthologies. Keith is also a musician, having played percussion for the bands the Don't Quit Your Day Job Players, the Boogie Knights, and the Randy Bandits, as well as several solo acts. In what he laughingly calls his spare time, Keith follows the New York Yankees and practices kenshikai karate. He still lives in New York City with his girlfriend and two insane cats.

Heather Jarman lives in Portland, Oregon, where she supplements her day job as a tired mommy with her writing career. Her most recent contributions to the Star Trek fiction include "The Officers' Club," the Kira Nerys story in Tales from the Captain's Table, and Paradigm, the Andor novel in Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume One.

By night Heather flies to distant lands on black ops missions for the government, where she frequently breaks open industrial-strength cans of whupass on evildoers.

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  • File Size: 262 KB
  • Print Length: 624 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek (November 1, 2007)
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000YLHSH8
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing. February 1, 2013
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The stories here are not badly written; they each give a little bit of backstory for one of the regular SCE characters. But if, like me, what you really want is to see what happens NEXT in the series, it's more than a touch disappointing to get the "next book" only to find absolutely nothing leading forward from the last book. I would have enjoyed seeing some of these backstories incorporated into plots that actually moved things ahead, but found and entire 600 pages of flashback to be rather less interesting than it might have been.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars filling in the gaps... September 19, 2010
By Okaasan
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I am a fairly new reader of the Star Trek SCE series. Even reading book 1 didnt fill in the background of the crew and how they came to be. This book does all that and gives you some insight as to how their relationships came to be. It would have been nice if this info had been revealed in bits and pieces throughout the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars gook book September 5, 2013
By parker
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lovely., should have been a printed edition, i love star trek all the way., hope that one day we will see them on tv., i meant for the paper back stories
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1.0 out of 5 stars Lacking July 13, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
If you like books with tech, action, and loads of dialogue, great but stay away from this book because it doesn't have any! This was the series finale? Really? Most of the book has the main characters sick lying about in various stages of delirium and out of what little action there was. it's as if they just decided to say heck just let it die. The S.C.E. finished with a fizzle. kind of makes you afraid to get attached to another series since it could end leaving you with the whining Gomez crying with her sister by subspace instead of an awesome final battle with Romulans floating in space. The series starts with a bang and ends with a flop. Very disappointed. Like the original series the flunkies in charge made poor decisions and left you with a WTF EXPRESSION ON YOUR FACE
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fleshing out Star Trek October 13, 2012
By Angus
Star Trek Corps of Engineers: What's Past

by Terri Osborne
Terri Osborne managed to take a character of TNG that I had despised and made her not so bad, a character development that came with age. Congratulations.

The Future Begins by Steve Mollmann & Michael Schuster tells the tale of Scotty wrestling with his purpose and usefulness in a reality that has moved on while he was suspended in a transporter loop. This helps to flesh out his character in later life.

Echoes of Coventry by Richard C. White
This is the story of the larger picture of subterfuge that exists in a war where the enemy is taking you to the cleaners. It is a lesson in how history may repeat itself when the tactics dictate it. The allusion was to the allied capture of the enigma machine during WW II and deliberately not acting on the information to save a few lives in order to keep receiving information and save many more.

Distant Early Warning by Dayton Ward & Kevin Dilmore
This story takes place in the Taurus reach creating back story for the novels in the Vangard series. There is the anomalous alien plot and the villainous alien plot woven together to produce a compelling thriller.

10 Is Better Than 01 by Heather Jarman
The Bynars, I should have known by the title. I felt these were one of the least developed alien species in the Star Trek cannon verse. Congratulations Heather on telling a tale that breathes character into the life of this species.

Many Splendors by Keith R. A. DeCandido
Many Splendors fleshes out the back story of Sonya Gomez from her infamous splashing of hot chocolate all over Picard to her embarkation on the USS DaVinci. The tales are a work in character building and are masterfully done by Mr. DeCandido. Congratulations, you have graduated her from expendable red-shirt status.

Over all I felt the anthology was an excellent display SCE trek-verse for the fans
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