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Dead Endless Cover Revealed

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On the Star Trek twitter feed, as well as on Facebook by the author, Dave Galanter, the cover for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery novel Dead Endless has been revealed! Focusing on the character of Stamets, Dead Endless tells the story of the U.S.S. Discovery's encounter with the mysterious mycelial network. Check out the cover art below, as well as the publisher's description and links to pre-order from Amazon!

Star Trek: Discovery: Dead Endless is set to be released on December 17.
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Publisher's Description:
 
An all-new novel based upon the explosive Star Trek TV series! 
 
The U.S.S. Discovery’s specialty is using its spore-based hub drive to jump great distances faster than any warp-faring vessel in Starfleet. To do this, Lieutenant Paul Stamets navigates the ship through the recently revealed mycelial network, a subspace domain Discovery can briefly transit but in which it cannot remain. After responding to a startling distress call originating from within the network, the Discovery crew find themselves trapped in an inescapable realm where they will surely perish unless their missing mycelial fuel is found or restored. Is the seemingly human man found alone and alive inside the network the Starfleet officer he claims to be, or an impostor created by alien intruders who hope to extract themselves from the mycelial plane at the expense of all lives aboard Discovery?
 
Pre-order Dead Endless:
 
Trade Paperback: Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk
E-book (Kindle): Amazon.com | Amazon.ca | Amazon.co.uk

source: Cover of Discovery: Dead Endless Revealed!

Edited by DrWho42

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