Star Trek: Coda: Book 3: Oblivion’s Gate by David Mack
The crews of Jean-Luc Picard, Benjamin Sisko, Ezri Dax, and William Riker unite to prevent a cosmic-level apocalypse—only to find that some fates really are inevitable.
THEIR MOST DAUNTING MISSION WILL BE THEIR FINEST HOUR.
The epic Star Trek: Coda trilogy comes to a shattering conclusion as the Temporal Apocalypse forces Starfleet’s greatest heroes to make the greatest sacrifices of their lives.
An epic Star Trek trilogy comes to a close in this unforgettable and emotional novel. Picard, Sisko, and anyone they can enlist formulate a plan to stop their reality and alternate realities from being erased from existence. But to stop a great evil, they will have to make an impossible sacrifice.
This action-packed saga has been an emotional and suspenseful roller coaster. With a diverse cast of beloved characters and a complex plot, fans are treated with a bittersweet finale. I have loved the future that these and many more talented writers have given us since my favorite shows ended. But with a different future shown in Picard, I understand the focus of future novels will need to be course-corrected. And I wasn’t disappointed with this thrilling and beautiful conclusion. I will admit I had tears in my eyes at the end. It was nostalgic and fitting yet unpredictable and a lot of fun. I will treasure the stories we’ve been gifted these past decades, but I look forward to what’s to come as well.