Star Trek: DTI — Time Lock

{4.5/5} “I have just activated the Vault’s time lock protocol. This is a time dilation field designed to slow time within the facility at a geometrically progressing rate… That means that, from our perspective, those Starfleet reinforcements are coming faster by the moment.”

Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations — Time Lock by Christopher L. Bennett, published in 2016

Lucsly is at the Vault on Eris when something goes wrong with the DTI’s latest acquisition. They thought it was a time portal but it was merely a dimensional pocket — out of which Vomnin soldiers poured with no good intentions. It’s too bad his former partner Dulmur wasn’t here — he’d transferred to the DTI’s new branch on Denobula. But Dulmur has found out about the crisis, and uses his time to find out everything he can about the raiders.

This story is only available as an ebook.

If you liked the other DTI stories you’ll like this one. It has a certain cleverness, and you’ll care about the characters of Lucsly and Dulmur.

I previously reviewed Bennett’s Star Trek: DTI — The Collectors.

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