Star Trek by Geoffrey Thorne
Titan #4: Sword of Damocles

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Fate: It is an idea as old as life itself. Do our choices shape the future, or is it the other way around? And if the path we walk is predestined -- if the way we are to meet our end is knowable -- what might that knowledge compel us to do?

Titan 's travels take it to a world at the edge of reason. Orisha is a planet whose people have lived for centuries beneath an unfathomable celestial body in their sky. From the moment it first appeared, the object was thought to be something unnatural, an ill omen that has made them feel watched, exposed, vulnerable -- provoking a primal fear that has steered the course of their civilization. The Orishans call it "the Eye," and because it has consistently defied every scientific attempt to decode its true nature, many are convinced it represents an intelligence that is studying their world...and perhaps waiting to destroy it.

But the secret behind the Eye threatens Titan as well as Orisha...and it holds a special meaning for one member of Captain Riker's crew in particular, whose lifelong quest to balance faith and scientific truth is tested against the harsh, unblinking glare of inevitability.

About Geoffrey Thorne

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Geoffrey Thorne was born in the United States and currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Thorne was a writer-producer on the hit TV series, LEVERAGE as well as having written for LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, BEN 10: ULTIMATE ALIEN and the upcoming BEN 10: OMNIVERSE. His work has been nominated for GLYPH and GENESIS awards and he was a multiple silver medalist in the STRANGE NEW WORLDS short story contests as well as a finalist in the prestigious WRITERS OF THE FUTURE AWARD. Thorne is the co-founder and writing partner of GENRE 19, a studio he formed with visual artist Todd Harris in 2008 and the founder and EiC of THE WINTERMAN PROJECT. "The simple truth is I spend a lot of time thinking up stories about weird things. I'm never really happy sticking solidly in a single genre. I like to mix Romance with Horror, Science Fiction with Noir and everything with some Fantasy. The point is to tell a fun yarn and take the reader somewhere they hadn't thought to go.
Published November 27, 2007 by Pocket Books/Star Trek. 384 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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