(written from a Production point of view)
|Published:||October 2010 –|
|Timespan:||2382 - 2383|
Star Trek: Typhon Pact is a novel series. The series, consisting of seven novels and a novella, focuses on the aftermath of the events of Star Trek: Destiny, and the new power that arises as a result. The series features multiple crews and cross-series characters, including those of the USS Aventine (USS Aventine (β)), introduced in Destiny.
The "Typhon Pact" (Typhon Pact (β)), after which the series is named, is an alliance of races formed in opposition to the Federation - specifically the Romulan Star Empire, the Breen Confederacy, the Tholian Assembly, the Gorn Hegemony, the Tzenkethi, and the Holy Order of the Kinshaya (Kinshaya (β)) - that is introduced in 2009's A Singular Destiny, and forms part of an ongoing "metastory" involving the characters of the various 24th century novel series.
The miniseries was revealed by editor Margaret Clark on 9 January 2009. The solicitation blurb for the Star Trek: Titan novel Synthesis suggested that the series would be six books long; however, only four were announced at the Shore Leave convention on 10 July 2009. A fifth release under the umbrella title, The Struggle Within - an eBook novella - was announced by its author on 16 April 2011.
A duology by David R. George III continued the story in 2012. This two-novel release was initially advertised by Pocket Books as forming a separate miniseries, titled Chain of Destiny; however, this was later confirmed by the author as being a preliminary title only - the Typhon Pact banner being confirmed in late November 2011.  
A further novel in the series by Una McCormack follows the David R. George duology.
- Zero Sum Game (Aventine); by David Mack
- Seize the Fire (Titan); by Michael A. Martin
- Rough Beasts of Empire (DS9); by David R. George III
- Paths of Disharmony (TNG); by Dayton Ward
- The Struggle Within (TNG); by Christopher L. Bennett
- Plagues of Night by David R. George III
- Raise the Dawn by David R. George III
- Brinkmanship by Una McCormack