Star Trek: Coda: Book 3: Oblivion's Gate

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The crews of Jean-Luc Picard, Benjamin Sisko, Ezri Dax, and William Riker unite to prevent a cosmic-level apocalypse—only to find that some fates really are inevitable.


The epic Star Trek: Coda trilogy comes to a shattering conclusion as the Temporal Apocalypse forces Starfleet’s greatest heroes to make the greatest sacrifices of their lives.

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18 reviews
Steven Burton
December 5, 2021
A poorly written end to 20 years of novels. The men save the Universe while the women act like - no women I've ever met. SPOILERS follow: Deanna as a future maid Marion was bad. Crusher losing it over her son and being helped by Picard giving her a kiss 'as long as she needed' was worse. Keyhler meeting an alternate version of her universe's Hitler-squared and throwing herself at him after 1 conversation may be the worst writing ever. About anything! I am unbelievably shocked - and DURING that nonsense Worf scoffs at the thought of a Troi and Barclay couple from an alternate universe. The irony was not pleasant, and the coupling was beyond gross. it's not the 1980s anymore and this would have been mediocre writing for women then. it's Star Trek in 2021, dude. I'm sorry. I hope this is constructive somehow because I expected way better from you.
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Racing against time to end time the surviving hero's move into the mirror universe to avoid Riker and whats left of the ships. As suns go out and star systems vanish they raise to stop the event which ...
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This concluding part of the trilogy to wrap up the last couple of decades of Trek’s literary continuity is in some ways both the weakest and strongest of the three. Weakest in that it’s a victim of ...

About the author

David Mack is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels of science fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations trilogies. His writing credits span several media, including television (for episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), film, short fiction, and comic books. He resides in New York City.

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