Star Trek: The Lost Era

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Star Trek: The Lost Era is a series of novels that take place during the time period between the 23rd century events of the film Star Trek Generations and the first season of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, set in 2364.


  1. The Sundered by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels (August 2003), set in 2298 aboard the USS Excelsior (NCC-2000) under the command of Captain Hikaru Sulu. This book chronicles the discovery of the Neyel, a race who would again be featured in the recently released Star Trek Titan novel, The Red King.
  2. Serpents Among the Ruins by David R. George III (September 2003), set in 2311 aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-B) under the command of Captain John Harriman. This book chronicles the events of the Tomed Incident, when the Romulans withdrew from contact with other races.
  3. The Art of the Impossible by Keith R. A. DeCandido (October 2003), set in the years 2328-2346 and involving the Cardassians and Klingons in the aftermath of the Betreka Nebula Incident.
  4. Well of Souls by Ilsa J. Bick (November 2003), set in 2336 aboard the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) under the command of Captain Rachel Garrett.
  5. Deny Thy Father by Jeff Mariotte (December 2003), set in the years 2355-2357 and involving parallel stories of William Riker at the Academy and his father, Kyle.
  6. Catalyst of Sorrows by Margaret Wander Bonanno (January 2004), set in 2360 and featuring Benjamin Sisko and Tuvok on a covert mission to Romulus.
  7. The Buried Age by Christopher L. Bennett (July 2007), involves what happened to Jean-Luc Picard between the loss of the USS Stargazer and his assuming command of the USS Enterprise-D.
  8. One Constant Star by David R. George III (June 2014) involves John Harriman and Demora Sulu encountering an unusual planet and the Tzenkethi.

Another Lost Era novel would have involved Benjamin Sisko serving on the USS Okinawa during the Tzenkethi War. However this story never progressed beyond the proposal stage and was subsequently abandoned. This storyline was later included in the Star Trek: Typhon Pact novel "Rough Beasts of Empire" by David R. George III.


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