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For ages they have sought to claim our worlds. Now, at last, we take the battle to them…
Far from the Federation's desperate war against the invading Furies, the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager encounters something they never expected to hear again: a Starfleet distress call. The signal leads them to a vast assemblage of non-humanoid races engaged in a monumental project of incredible magnitude. Here is the source of the terrible invasion threatening the entire Alpha Quadrant—and, for the Starship Voyager, a possible route home.
But soon there may not be any home to return to…
The epic conclusion to the greatest crossover saga of all time!

References

Characters

Joseph CareyChakotayChellKenneth DalbyThe DoctorMariah HenleyKathryn JanewayJarronKesHarry KimNavdaqNeelixTom ParisSam RedbayB'Elanna TorresTuvok
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AlexEdvard BelaGeorges BizetBin MassCaretakerD'MassD'VassKahlessJames T. KirkRichard LovelaceRandolph NaOk'SanNiccolò PaganiniJean-Luc PicardWilliam RikerS'chn R'xun SajikHikaru SuluSurakTorkas of the Vehm

Locations

Delta QuadrantFury systemthe galaxy
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Alpha QuadrantBarnard IIGamma QuadrantHeavenMagellanic CloudsSingaporeTalaxiaVulcan

Starships and vehicles

Lewis (Starfleet shuttlecraft) • USS Voyager (Intrepid-class)
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USS Enterprise (Constitution-class) • USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class)

Races and cultures

BajoranBolianFuriesHumanKlingonOcampaVulcan
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CardassianBorgFerengiKazonKnipaOrganianRomulanUnclean

States and organizations

MaquisStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets

Science and technology

antigravBela-Neutron devicebioneural circuitrybrain damagecerebral cortexcortical stimulatordegreedesoasopineelectromagnetic pulseelectromagnetic radiationenergygalaxyholodeckholoprobehourhydrogeninfraredmedical tricordermetaphasic shieldmicroscannerminuteneurosurgical helmetpacemakerradiationradio-waverespiratorspacesicknessstarsupernovatemperaturetimeturboliftwormhole

Ranks and titles

autocratcaptaindoctorengineerensignlieutenant

Other references

666bridgeChristmasCrusadesdayexcommunicationgodhallwayIDICintensive carelog entrymedical lognylexplanetsectorsickbaysurgical tableSword of Sajiktechnologytoth speartransparent aluminumyear

Appendices

Related stories

Background

  • The Final Fury features articles from all of the authors of the four Invasion! novels.
  • In a continuity error, Tuvok claims he overheard the original subspace radio chatter from First Strike on board the Excelsior. First Strike was set during the last few months of the original five year mission when Sulu was a member of the Enterprise crew, the Excelsior had not been constructed and Tuvok wasn't even in Starfleet.
  • This novel features the Doctor facing the same ethical dilemma he would face in the show in "Latent Image", as he is faced with two patients afflicted by the same condition, with comparatively equal chances of survival, and choosing to save the one he was closest to (Harry Kim and Ahni Jetal in the episode and B'Elanna Torres and Sam Redbay here). However, unlike in "Latent Image", here one of the patients was B'Elanna, a Klingon hybrid, while in "Latent Image" both patients were human, suggesting that the Doctor didn't face as significant an ethical breakdown here compared to the events in "Latent Image" because B'Elanna's physiology was legitimately stronger and better equipped to survive than Redbay's.
  • The series featured a four-panel cover by Keith Birdsong showing characters from each book surrounding a broken image of one of the Furies. The complete cover art was used for the omnibus edition, but the Furies character's face was obscured by the title. The face could be seen in a promotional poster for the series. Additionally, on this volume it was decided to feature Voyager. The ship was not added on the German language edition by Heyne Verlag. The re-issue of the book released at the end of Heyne's tenure as licensed German publisher used a templated cover where the art was broken up with new space and asteroid effects added.

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Connections


Star Trek: Invasion! Novels
First Strike | The Soldiers of Fear | Time's Enemy | The Final Fury

Timeline

published order
Previous novel:
Cybersong
Voyager numbered novels Next novel:
Bless the Beasts
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Time's Enemy
Pocket Next Adventure:
Twisted
Previous Adventure:
Elogium
Journey of the USS Voyager Next Adventure:
Twisted


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