Mere Mortals

Mere Mortals Review

On Earth, Federation President Nanietta Bacco gathers allies and adversaries to form a desperate last line of defense against an impending Borg invasion. In deep space, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Captain Ezri Dax join together to cut off the Collective's route to the Alpha Quadrant.

Half a galaxy away, Captain William Riker and the crew of the Starship Titan have made contact with the reclusive Caeliar -- survivors of a stellar cataclysm that, two hundred years ago, drove fissures through the structure of space and time, creating a loop of inevitability and consigning another captain and crew to a purgatory from which they could never escape.

Now the supremely advanced Caeliar will brook no further intrusion upon their isolation, or against the sanctity of their Great Work....For the small, finite lives of mere mortals carry little weight in the calculations of gods.

But even gods may come to understand that they underestimate humans at their peril.

Title:Mere Mortals
Edition Language:English

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  • Alejandro

    The destiny of the Federation continues! This is the second novel in a “Star Trek” book trilogy named “Destiny” TIME TO BE AFRAID It’s the first time Picard’s called for reinforcements s...

  • Drew Widney

    Done with it. Hated it. Can’t believe I spent money on these books. Was sold on the concept that this was about the war with the borg. That is barely a topic as the main plot is this annoying alien ...

  • C.T. Phipps

    Mere Mortals is the second in the Star Trek: Destiny series. It's also my favorite of the three books, nicely ratcheting up the tension while preparing us for the big finale. The Borg have fully inva...

  • Maurice Jr.

    This series is getting better and better. The Enterprise and the Aventine are in the Azure Nebula trying to find the Borg's staging ground for their recent attacks. They work feverishly to find out wh...

  • Alex

    This second book in the series doesn't disappoint. Action-packed to the brim, both with ship to ship battles and hand to hand ones. The final step of the Borg invasion of known space has commenced, wi...

  • Rosemary

    This second volume in the Star Trek: Destiny series was, if anything, more annoying than the first. But I keep reading because I want to see how they're going to survive since the Borg have started ch...

  • Jonathon Laudinsky

    I loved the Star Trek: Destiny trilogy but I gave Mere Mortals 5 stars becasue of the Hirogen boarding party attack on the Enterprise...Worf is awesome. ...

  • Crystal Bensley

    Really good continuation of the series- the action scenes were the only bits that dragged a little....

  • John

    Continuing the events of "Gods of Night," "Mere Mortals" is yet another riveting tale. At once I found myself glued to the book, although I felt like it was a slightly weaker installment than the firs...

  • Luke Sims-Jenkins

    There is a lot to love in the second novel of the Destiny trilogy, but also some padding as well. Just to get this out of the way, the Borg barely appear in this novel. Weird right? The book borders o...