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A mysterious signal lures the starship Voyager to a uncharted sector of the Delta Quadrant—and an enigmatic ghost ship floating adrift in space. Janeway mounts an investigation, hoping the alien ship may hold a clue to the whereabouts of the Caretaker's long-lost ship and his mate—the only known entity with the power to send the USS Voyager home.
The ghost ship appears deserted, but soon a strange presence casts an eerie spell over the hearts and souls of the crew. Unless Janeway can solve the vessel's mystery, Voyager itself may succumb to its haunting song

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Characters[edit | edit source]

Joseph CareyChakotayThe DoctorKathryn JanewayKesHarry KimDaphne MandelMkubataNeelixTom ParisB'Elanna TorresTuvok
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Jarzeman AnlaCaretakerTony LongGregor MarchenkoOrtegaVhanqz

Starships and vehicles[edit | edit source]

runaboutshuttlecraftUSS Voyager (Intrepid-class explorer)

Locations[edit | edit source]

Delta Quadrant
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Alpha QuadrantAndorian coloniesDeep Space 9Gamma QuadrantMcKinley StationRigelTsrana

Races and cultures[edit | edit source]

HumanKlingonOcampaTalaxianVulcan
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AndorianBetazoidCardassianFerengiJem'HadarKazonRhiellianRomulanSikarianTsranan

States and organizations[edit | edit source]

MaquisStarfleet
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DominionKazon-OglaObsidian Order

Science and technology[edit | edit source]

Emergency Medical Hologramexoskeletonholodeckhologrampsionicsstellar cartographytachyonuniversal translator

Ranks and titles[edit | edit source]

captainwitch

Other references[edit | edit source]

Andorian cashmereAndorian spice cakefruitbreadGrolian flourGrolian tortIobrian bluefruitlacrossemedievalMeezian stewOzymandiasskiing

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Background[edit | edit source]

  • The Dominion and the Jem'Hadar are mentioned by the crew.
  • The cover artwork by painter Luis Royo was later included in his publication Dreams, entitled "Star Trek Voyagers", without reference to this volume. Apparently, the editorial process has included having him or another artist altering B'Elanna's expression to be a bit less fierce. For whatever reason, the German language editions of Cybersong, all use, either in full or in pieces, the cover art from the American version of Incident At Arbuk instead of the Royo piece.

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Timeline[edit | edit source]

published order
Previous novel:
Ghost of a Chance
Voyager numbered novels Next novel:
The Final Fury
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Parturition
Pocket Next Adventure:
Hippocratic Oath
Previous Adventure:
Parturition
Journey of the USS Voyager Next Adventure:
Bless the Beasts


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