VOY Dark Matters: Cloak and Dagger

{4.5/5} “They could probably take on the Federation with their present number of dark matter-cloaked vessels. But the Triumvirate, true to their Romulan heritage, wanted to wait until their was no risk at all. They didn’t want to fight the Federation. They wanted to sweep in with a victory so overwhelming that the round-ears wouldn’t know what had hit them.”

Star Trek: Voyager — Dark Matters: Cloak and Dagger by Christie Golden, published in 2000

Voyager comes across a bunch of wormholes — many more than they’ve ever seen before. Through one they’re contacted by their old Romulan friend Telek R’Mor, who warns them of a Romulan plot to capture Voyager. When the Tal Shiar is about to grab Telek, Captain Janeway beams him through the wormhole — 20 years into the future.

This is the 1st book in a trilogy. It’s a sequel to the episode “Eye of the Needle.”

It’s an interesting story, although the crew and ship go through a lot of hardship — as they do in many episodes.

In addition to the regulars, Naomi Wildman is featured.

I’ve read 8 books by Golden. I previously reviewed Star Trek: Voyager — Seven of Nine.

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