A lot has changed since the starship Voyager returned from its seven year voyage in the Delta Quadrant. Ship personnel have moved on, some have retired, while others have taken new assignments on other ships or stations.
The Federation's Full Circle Fleet has been formed to explore the Delta
Quadrant and the former Borg space.
When the U.S. S Demeter, under the command of Commander Laim O'Donnell,
manages to make first contact with reclusive species Nihydron.
His mission was to ask for assistance about the history of that region of
Admiral Kathryn Janeway is chosen to take part in the first formal
meeting. When the Nihydron meet her
they are taken aback.
It seems they have met Janeway before, or at least her doppelganger, as the
leader of the Rilnar who are taking part in a conflict on the planet Sormana
against the Zahl.
It turns out she is not Janeway's double, but Janeway herself, created
during a dimensional/time shift when the Voyager was still stranded in the
But what happened? Why is she the
leader of the Rilnar? What caused her
to abandon the Federation and what will the repercussions be? Is the universe ready for two Janeways,
especially during a planetary conflict?
A Pocket Full Of Lies by Kirsten Beyer and published by Pocket Books
successfully brings readers up to date on the exploits of the crew of Voyager
and what occurred during the intervening years since their return.
The author fills in the gaps and recounts past pivotal incidences aboard the
Voyager during its exiled years, its return and the events set in place.
It's a 'must-read' for any Voyager fan.