(The second book in the Star Trek: Voyager: String Theory series)
A novel by Kirsten Beyer
The disruption in the space-time continuum caused by the creation of the "Blue Eye" singularity continues: Thread by thread, the fabric slowly frays and peels away, breaking down barriers between dimensions. As the lines between realities blur, the consequences cascade.
Voyager pursues Tuvok to a long-dormant space station, a place of astonishing grandeur and wonder. Ancient almost beyond imagining, the city seduces the crew with the promise that their greatest aspirations might be realized. Such promise requires sacrifice, however, and the price of fulfilling them will be high for Voyager.
Unseen sentries, alarmed by Voyager's meddling in the Monoharan
system, send emissaries to ascertain Janeway's intentions. Unbeknownst to the captain, she is being tested and must persuade her evaluators that their contention -- that Voyager poses a threat to the delicate web of cosmic ecology -- is baseless. And failure to vindicate her choices will bring certain retribution to her crew.
Genre: Science Fiction
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Used availability for Kirsten Beyer's Fusion
June 2014 : USA Paperback
November 2005 : USA Mass Market Paperback
July 2012 : UK Kindle edition
Title: String Theory Book Two: Fusion (Star Trek: Voyager)
Author(s): Kirsten Beyer
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Availability: Amazon UK
November 2005 : USA, Canada Kindle edition