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Voyager on DVD

Season One

The wildly successful Star Trek franchise continues as Capt. Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager follow a Maquis ship into the Badlands, and one species-saving decision later, find themselves in the Delta Quadrant, 70,000 light years away from the Alpha Quadrant, the Federation, and home. The two ships must join together to make it back, facing treacherous battles from the outside world -- and from within.

Season Two

After an abbreviated first season, season two settles into a routine of being a ship of Starfleet personnel that were trying to get home, but also following the Star Trek mission of seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going where "no one" has gone before. The Kazon and the Vidiians, recurring antagonists created in the first season, continue to be a problem for Voyager.

Season Three

In Season Three, Voyager moves away from the space occupied by the Ocampa, the Sikarians, the Vidiians, the Talaxians, et al, and instead enters unknown territory, with many new species. Voyager now travels outside of Neelix’s knowledge, so their remaining journey is a mystery even to their self-styled native guide. The season builds toward the arrival into Borg-controlled space where the crew encounters a species much more dangerous than the Borg.

Season Four

Voyager has its first major cast change in its fourth season, with Kes departing and the introduction of ex-Borg Seven of Nine. This season, the ship gets a boost putting them a little closer to home and the crew manages to contact the Alpha Quadrant through an alien communications network. A major part of this season is Seven of Nine and her integration back to being a human.

Season Five

Thanks to a wormhole of sorts, experiments with the quantum slipstream drive, and a stolen Borg transwarp conduit Voyager makes several jumps ahead, cutting their journey home by tens of thousands of light-years. Season five features a new recurring antagonists and two old recurring antagonists the Borg and Species 8472. The crew also go through various growing experiences and relationship issues as they continue to communicate distantly with the Federation and make their way back home.

Season Six

By the sixth season, although the general backstory of trying to get back to Earth is always there, the actual day-to-day adventures are mostly unrelated to that journey. When the crew aren’t making contact with new alien species, they’re exploring their own characters and learning about themselves. There’s also contact with the Alpha Quadrant, both direct and indirect. The former is particularly important, as real-time communication is finally reestablished with the folks back home. 

Season Seven

 Since Voyager was coming to an end, the writers had the opportunity to tie up loose ends. Previous characters such as Q make appearances. Neelix is given closure and reunites with a group of Talaxian refugees. Torres and Paris take their relationship to the next level. Janeway deals with political infighting while Voyager keeps in contact with the Alpha Quadrant. And at last, Voyager returns home..

Voyager Summary

Star Trek: Voyager focuses on the 24th century adventures of Captain Kathryn Janeway aboard the U.S.S. Voyager.  Smaller than either Kirk’s or Picard’s starships—its crew complement is only 150—Voyager is fast and powerful, and has the ability to land on a planet’s surface.  It is one of the most technologically advanced vessels in Starfleet, utilizing computer circuitry that incorporates synthetic neural tissue. Ironically, Janeway’s inaugural mission aboard Voyager was to be her last in the Alpha quadrant.  While attempting to capture the crew of a renegade Maquis vessel, both her ship and that of the Maquis were pulled into the distant Delta quadrant by powerful alien technology.  Unfortunately, there would be no similar “express” route to take them home again.  Stranded 70,000 light-years from Earth, Janeway convinced the Maquis to join her Starfleet crew and serve together during the long voyage back to Federation space. -From

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Voyager Books

This list is in chronological order. It may not contain some crossover books. If you are interested in reading ones the library does not own you can request a purchase or order them through Interlibrary Loan. The links listed here will take you to goodreads for a synopsis.

Caretaker by L.A. Graf

The Escape by Dean Wesley Smith

Ragnarok by Nathan Archer

Violations by Susan Wright

Incident at Arbuk by John Gregory Betancourt

The Murdered Sun by Christie Golden

Ghost of a Chance by Mark A. Garland

Cybersong by S.N. Lewitt

Invasion! #4: The Final Fury by Daffyd ab Hugh

Bless the Beasts by Karen Haber

The Garden by Melissa Scott

Chrysalis by David Niall Wilson

The Black Shore by Greg Cox

Marooned by Christie Golden

Echos by Dean Wesley Smith

Seven of Nine by Christie Golden

Death of a Neutron Star by Eric Katani

Battle Lines by Dave Galanter


Dark Matters Trilogy

Cloak and Dagger by Christie Golden

Ghost Dance by Christie Golden

Shadow of Heaven by Christie Golden


Mosaic by Jeri Taylor

Day of Honor: #3: Her Klingon Soul by Michael Jan Friedman

The Captain's Table: #4: Fire Ship by Diane Carey

Pathways by Jeri Taylor *Owned by the library

Captain Proton: Defender of the Earth by Dean Wesley Smith

Section 31:#3: Shadow by Dean Wesley Smith

Gateways: No Man's Land by Christie Golden

Gateways: What Lay Beyond by Diane Carey

The Nanotech War by Steven Piziks


String Theory:

Cohesion by Jeffrey Lang

Fusion by Kirsten Beyer

Evolution by Heather Jarman


These books are set after the Voyager television series ended. If the Library does not own this book you can request it  or get it through Interlibrary Loan. Links lead to Goodreads.