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Author(s): Christopher L. Bennett
Publisher: Pocket Books
Published: Not yet announced
Pages: 384
Stardate: Unknown (Unknown)
Reference(s): ISBN 1416598162

Seek a Newer World is a forthcoming novel by Christopher L. Bennett. The novel was originally intended to be the second original novel based in the alternate reality established by Star Trek.

The novel was announced at the Shore Leave convention on 10 July 2009. As mentioned in Star Trek Magazine issue 148, it will feature James T. Kirk further getting to grips with captaining the USS Enterprise.

Originally due to be released in June 2010, and having received solicitation in the Summer 2010 publishers' catalog, the novel - along with the other three releases based on Star Trek - was announced as being placed "on hold" on 14 January 2010. [1]


From the publisher's catalog
When the Enterprise is outnumbered and under attack, the crew manages to escape and discovers an entire hidden civilization in this exciting new original Star Trek novel.
Stung by Nero's escape, the Klingons are looking to salvage their pride by besting the ship that took him down: Enterprise. Command has assigned Kirk to observe and watch how the new captain performs his duties. A boring expedition becomes a fight for survival as the Klingons attack, outnumber, and outflank the young captain and his Enterprise crew. But just as the Enterprise escapes, the crew comes across an entire civilization of worlds within worlds hidden in a radiation belt of a large planet. A civilization so powerful that they can create all this? Kirk wonders just what are they hiding from and will do whatever it takes to find out.

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