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===Background===
 
===Background===
 
* The German translation of the novel was released by [[Cross Cult]] in [[2014]]. It was translated by [[Andrea Bottlinger]] and featured new cover art by [[Martin Frei]].
 
* The German translation of the novel was released by [[Cross Cult]] in [[2014]]. It was translated by [[Andrea Bottlinger]] and featured new cover art by [[Martin Frei]].
* The novel's release was announced at the New York Comic-Con in April [[2008]]
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* The novels release was announced at the New York Comic-Con in April [[2008]]
 
* According to comments from [[Keith R.A. DeCandido]], the novel will "''start initially where ''[[Enemy of My Enemy]]'' left off, and go all the way through to ''{{sT|Destiny}}'' and beyond.''"
 
* According to comments from [[Keith R.A. DeCandido]], the novel will "''start initially where ''[[Enemy of My Enemy]]'' left off, and go all the way through to ''{{sT|Destiny}}'' and beyond.''"
 
* Along with Full Circle, ''{{sT|Titan}}'': ''[[Over a Torrent Sea]]'' by [[Christopher L. Bennett]], ''[[A Singular Destiny]]'' by [[Keith R.A. DeCandido]], and ''{{sT|The Next Generation}}'': [[Losing the Peace]] by [[William Leisner]] will also be following up on the events from ''{{sT|Destiny}}''.
 
* Along with Full Circle, ''{{sT|Titan}}'': ''[[Over a Torrent Sea]]'' by [[Christopher L. Bennett]], ''[[A Singular Destiny]]'' by [[Keith R.A. DeCandido]], and ''{{sT|The Next Generation}}'': [[Losing the Peace]] by [[William Leisner]] will also be following up on the events from ''{{sT|Destiny}}''.
 
* Full Circle is the first novel in the [[vOY relaunch|relaunch]] series to be released since [[2005]], and the first not to be written by [[Christie Golden]].
 
* Full Circle is the first novel in the [[vOY relaunch|relaunch]] series to be released since [[2005]], and the first not to be written by [[Christie Golden]].
* According to Beyer the novel was orignally supposed to be two novels which later merged into one with two parts. The original novels were also supposed to be a trilogy with a book that would later become [[A Pocket Full of Lies|A Pocket Full of Lies]].
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* According to Beyer the novel was orignally supposed to be two novels which later merged into one with two parts. The original novels were supposed to be a trilogy with a book that would later become [[A Pocket Full of Lies|A Pocket Full of Lies]].
 
* The novel is split into two parts. Part One begins with a prologue set immediately after the events of ''Before Dishonor''. The narrative of the first half of the book then picks up in [[2378]], a few weeks after the events of [[Enemy of My Enemy]]. Chapter 18 skips ahead to [[2379]] and then chapter 19 returns to the fallout of ''Before Dishonor'' showing how the various ''Voyager'' crewmembers learned of Kathryn Janeway's death. Part Two takes place primarily in May of [[2381]] following the events of the ''[[Star Trek: Destiny]]'', this half of the book also features various flashbacks to periods between 2378 and 2381, including the events of ''Destiny''. The epilogue concludes the book in June 2381.
 
* The novel is split into two parts. Part One begins with a prologue set immediately after the events of ''Before Dishonor''. The narrative of the first half of the book then picks up in [[2378]], a few weeks after the events of [[Enemy of My Enemy]]. Chapter 18 skips ahead to [[2379]] and then chapter 19 returns to the fallout of ''Before Dishonor'' showing how the various ''Voyager'' crewmembers learned of Kathryn Janeway's death. Part Two takes place primarily in May of [[2381]] following the events of the ''[[Star Trek: Destiny]]'', this half of the book also features various flashbacks to periods between 2378 and 2381, including the events of ''Destiny''. The epilogue concludes the book in June 2381.
   
 
====Character arc====
 
====Character arc====
 
* '''[[Afsarah Eden]]''' - Afsarah Eden is introduced as the leader of the Full Circle Project and later promoted to Captain of Voyager for its Delta-Quadrant mission.
 
* '''[[Afsarah Eden]]''' - Afsarah Eden is introduced as the leader of the Full Circle Project and later promoted to Captain of Voyager for its Delta-Quadrant mission.
* '''[[Chakotay]]''' - After Janeway's death Chakotay has an emotional breakdown and resigns from Starfleet.
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* '''[[Chakotay]]''' - After Janeway's death Chaktoay has an emotional breakdown and resigns from Starfleet.
* '''[[Thomas Paris]]''' - Tom Paris's daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew were able to save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develop a plan which involves the faking of B'Elanna and Miral's deaths and traveling to the Delta-Quadrant where they would meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the D-Q. Tom's mother is deeply saddened by the loss of her daughter-in-law and her grand-daughter which followed her husband's death during the Borg-Invasion.
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* '''[[Thomas Paris]]''' - Tom Paris' daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew could save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develope a plan which involves B'Elanna and Miral fake their deaths and travel to the Delta-Quadrant where they would meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the Delta-Quadrant. Tom's mother is deeply saddened by the loss of her daughter-in-law and her grand-daughter which followed her husband's death during the Borg-Invasion.
* '''[[B'Elanna Torres|B’Elanna Torres]]''' - B'Elanna Torres's daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew were able to save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develop a plan which involves the faking of B'Elanna and Miral's deaths and traveling to the Delta-Quadrant where they would meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the Delta-Quadrant.
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* '''[[B'Elanna Torres|B’Elanna Torres]]''' - B'Elanna Torres' daughter Miral was captured by a Klingon religious group, but Voyagers' crew could save her. After that incident Tom and B'Elanna develop a plan which involves B'Elanna and Miral fake their deaths and travel to the Delta-Quadrant where they would meet with Tom and settle on a peaceful planet in the Delta-Quadrant.
   
 
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