Star trek voyager books janeway and chakotay
Books Every J/C Fan Should Read
Discussion in ' Star Trek: Voyager ' started by firecrackerrrr , Oct 7, Log in or Sign up. The Trek BBS. I've been a fan since but haven't watched Voyager since it ended so recently I started to watch the show again. Got all the seasons and I'm almost done with season 7. I thought watching it as an adult would give me a greater understanding of why fans "ship" Chakotay and Janeway together among many other reasons But if anything, it made me confused even more.
Kirsten Beyer Unleashes a Storm
Breathe again (Janeway/Chakotay)
Click here for my review of Full Circle , here for my review of Unworthy , here for my review of Children of the Storm , and here for my review of The Eternal Tide. I had some problems with the last book, The Eternal Tide, mostly centered on the decision to resurrect Captain Janeway, but over-all these books have been a very enjoyable ride and a great new sub-series within the broader Star Trek novel universe. Having now arrived at Ms. Protectors splits its focus between two main stories. The returned-to-life Kathryn Janeway has returned to the Alpha Quadrant, so that Starfleet Command can assess her fitness to return to duty, and so she can take stock of her life following her dramatic death and resurrection. The conclusion of that episode raised the intriguing possibility that the anomaly was in fact a life form, trying to communicate with Voyager, but that idea was never followed up on. Voyager travels to those coordinates, only to discover a deep mystery: a vast area of space shielded by an enormous cloaking device; a planet made up of a variety of lifeforms that appear to have been harvested from other, now-destroyed planets in the system; and powerful wave-forms versions of the anomaly encountered by Voyager that just might be sentient.