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The Fate of the Phoenix is a Star Trek novel by Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath. It was published in May 1979 by Bantam Books.

Description[]

Kirk: in danger.
Omne: reborn.
Never mourn Black Omne was the warning. Now through the Phoenix miracle of rebirth, the dread enemy lives again. Kirk, Spock and the Enterprise crew must grapple hand to hand with the most dangerous arch villain in the galaxy, the giant, evil, immortal Omne who has vowed revenge.

References[]

Characters[]

Di'on CharvonPavel ChekovDoyen of the Thorvan LeagueHegarch • "James" • James T. KirkMarocJabilo M'BengaLeonard McCoyOmnethe OtherResident of RazarMaia RobleinR.A. RobleinRovanMontgomery ScottSpockS'TalHikaru SuluTrevanianUhuraVaral of VoranV'Rlee
Referenced only 
Zephram CochraneDavidElaanGarth of IzarGoliathNomadSarek

Starships and vehicles[]

aircarUSS Enterpriseescape podPhoenix ship • unnamed Romulan scoutship • unnamed heavy battle cruiser • unnamed dreadnought

Locations[]

The AnomalyRazarRomulan Neutral ZoneThorvaVoran
Referenced only 
CapellahellIotiaThemasVaal's planetVulcan

Races and cultures[]

HumanRomulanVulcan
Referenced only 
HortaKlingonMelkotianMetronOrganian

States and organizations[]

Romulan EmpireStarfleetThorvan League of PlanetsUnited Federation of PlanetsVoran Dynasty Hegemony
Referenced only 
Klingon Empire

Science and technology[]

amnesiacommunicatordilithiumflamerforce fieldgravityhyposprayimmortalityintercomnebulaphaserPhoenix Processtractor beamtransporterwarp nacelle

Ranks and titles[]

ambassadorcaptainchief engineercommandercommander-in-chiefdoctorfirst officerProconsul

Other references[]

Ahn'vararvanAtavarBabel conferencebridgeClass MDavidDynastic Liberation PrizeFlying DutchmanHal Voh Rahelmetknifelancemind touchnepenthe plantplanetPrime DirectiveRomulan languagesickbayspearStarfleet uniformtoweltransporter roomuniformvaralVoran Dynasty Hegemony ConferencevorlatwolfYoung Surak

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Images[]

Connections[]

Timeline[]

Published Order
Previous novel:
World Without End
TOS unnumbered novels Next novel:
Devil World
Previous novel:
Devil World
Star Trek Adventures Next novel:
World Without End
Previous story:
The New Voyages 2
Stories by:
Sondra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath
Next story:
The Prometheus Design
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
The Price of the Phoenix
Pocket Books Timeline Next adventure:
The Abode of Life
Previous adventure:
The Price of the Phoenix
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
The Abode of Life
Publication history[]
May 1979 
First published by Bantam Books, cover by Bob Larkin. (ISBN 978-0-553-12779-9)
1985 
Sixth printing by Bantam, cover by Enric Torres-Prat. (ISBN 0-553-24638-0)
September 1988 
Printed in Great Britain. (Bantam Books UK, ISBN 978-0-553-27191-1)
December 1994 
Released in Great Britain as Star Trek Adventures #9, cover by Alister Pearson. (Titan Books, ISBN 9781852865351)
July 1994 
Tenth printing by Bantam Spectra, cover by Kazuhiko Sano. (ISBN 978-0-553-27932-0)
Translations[]
April 1981 
German: As Der Fluch des Phönix, #338 in Terra series, translated by Horst Hoffmann, cover by Oliviero Berni. (Erich Pabel)
1991 
German: As Das Phoenix-Verfahren (The Phoenix Process), Raumschiff Enterprise #22, translated by Hermann Martireiter, cover by Eddie Jones. (Goldmann, ISBN 9783442236145)

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