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We are pleased to present a series of novellas/novelettes. These stories are specifically based on the New Voyages: Phase-II timeline, filling in the gaps between live-action episodes and exploring some of the themes presented in them. These stories were originally written and had a limited release back in 2014 and are now being re-released by us in a range of popular eBook formats. The re-release of these eBooks is our way of providing additional adventures to the fans of our existing episodes. 

Written by Glenn E. Smith, a member of the New Voyages production crew, these stories enable us to continue going boldly where no fan series has gone before.

They will be released one-by-one on this website in most common eBook formats:

  • Mobi (Kindle), 
  • ePub (Nook, Kobo, Sony reader and tablets)
  • PDF (Adobe Portable Document Format)
  • LRF (Older Sony Readers)
  • PDP (Older Palm Devices)

Disclaimers:

This work is a work of fan fiction and is made freely available to everyone at no cost. They are not official works of New Voyages: Phase II, they are simply the authors own interpretation of events related to our episodes. The author has not and will not receive any pay or other form of compensation for this work. It is not permitted to sell this work in any form or release it on any other platforms without our written permission. This eBook is authorized for release on condition that reference is given to our website where people can learn more about New Voyages: Phase II on www.stnv.de where any links to specific pages use the given permalinks, only. The permalinks are designed to send viewers automatically to the correct language for them out of the selection English, French, German or Spanish.


STAR TREK and all related marks, logos and characters are owned by CBS Studios Inc. This work, the promotion thereof, and/or any exhibition of material created by RFS, New Voyages: Phase II and/or the author of this work are not endorsed or sponsored by or affiliated with CBS/Paramount Pictures or the STAR TREK franchise.



Watch Before::
The events in novelette 4 take place after the live-action episode "Kitumba". You can watch that episode here.
Watch After:
This novel takes place shortly before the novelette "Calm Before the Storm." We recommend reading that story after reading "The Enemy of My Enemy."


The Enemy of my Enemy

Title: "The Enemy of my Enemy"
Series: Conspiracy trilogy
Length: 136 Pages (PDF Version)
Release: February 28, 2017
Stardate: 2747.5 
Author: Glenn E. Smith
Copyright: 2015, Glenn E. Smith
Publisher: Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II, International 

Plot: 
When Romulan Commander Dion Charvon returns home to a reception unlike anything she ever expected, her younger sister, Sub-Lieutenant D’Vahn Charvon of the Tal’Shiar, is afforded one opportunity to make things right and save her sister’s life. Meanwhile, aboard the Starship Enterprise, Captain Kirk begins his investigation into who really stands behind the conspiracy that very nearly plunged the Federation into interstellar war. 

This is the fourth in the series of five novelette eBooks providing stories relating directly to the New Voyages: Phase II series of fan-films. "The Enemy of my Enemy" is part 3 of the "Conspiracy" saga.  The events take place after the live-action episode “Kitumba” and before the eBook: “Calm Before the Storm.”



Acknowledgements:

Thanks to James Cawley for creating “Star Trek New Voyages / Phase II” and then opening up his sandbox and allowing us all to play there. Thanks to Barry Gavin for presenting his idea and allowing me to shape it and run with it to
work into the “Conspiracy” trilogy. Thanks to Bill “Lab Mouse” Lutz and Ken Thomson for their input and creating the cover for this work. Thanks to Andrew “Sarge” Grieb for once more providing me with his proofreading services.
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Note: As we are not permitted to charge anything for our stories, we cannot release this eBook on Amazon, as they require a minimum price of $0.99 for eBooks. We are therefore providing the eBook in Kindle format here with instructions as to how to transfer it to your Kindle device free of charge. It is quite simple.

Format: Mobipocket
Published as: .prc; .mobi
The Mobipocket e-book format is based on the Open eBook standard using XHTML and can include JavaScript and frames. It also supports native SQL queries to be used with embedded databases. There is a corresponding e-book reader.
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The reader has a full screen mode for reading and support for many PDAs, Communicators, and Smartphones. Mobipocket products support most Windows, Symbian, BlackBerry and Palm operating systems, but not the Android platform. Using WINE, the reader works under Linux or Mac OS X. Third-party applications like Okular and FBReader can also be used under Linux or Mac OS X, but they work only with unencrypted files. The Amazon Kindle's AZW format is basically just the Mobipocket format with a slightly different serial number scheme (it uses an asterisk instead of a dollar sign), and .prc publications can be read directly on the Kindle. The Kindle AZW format also lacks some Mobipocket features such as JavaScript. Amazon has developed an .epub to .mobi converter called KindleGen, and it supports IDPF 1.0 and IDPF 2.0 EPUB format.

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Adobe Digital Editions uses .epub format for its e-books, with digital rights management (DRM) protection provided through their proprietary ADEPT mechanism. The ADEPT framework and scripts have been reverse-engineered to circumvent this DRM system

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Because the format is designed to reproduce fixed-layout pages, re-flowing text to fit mobile device and e-book reader screens has traditionally been problematic. This limitation was addressed in 2001 with the release of PDF Reference 1.5 and "Tagged PDF", but 3rd party support for this feature was limited until the release of PDF/UA in 2012.

Many products support creating and reading PDF files, such as Adobe Acrobat, PDFCreator and OpenOffice.org, and several programming libraries such as iText and FOP. Third party viewers such as xpdf and Nitro PDF are also available. Mac OS X has built-in PDF support, both for creation as part of the printing system and for display using the built-in Preview application.

PDF files are supported by almost all modern e-book readers, tablets and smartphones. However, PDF reflow based on Tagged PDF, as opposed to re-flow based on the actual sequence of objects in the content-stream, is not yet commonly supported on mobile devices. Such Re-flow options as may exist are usually found under "view" options, and may be called "word-wrap".


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eReader
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The program supports features like bookmarks and footnotes, enabling the user to mark any page with a bookmark and any part of the text with a footnote-like commentary. Footnotes can later be exported as a Memo document.
On July 20, 2009, Barnes & Noble made an announcement implying that eReader would be the company's preferred format to deliver e-books. Exactly three months later, in a press release by Adobe, it was revealed Barnes & Noble would be joining forces with the software company to standardize the EPUB and PDF eBook formats. Barnes & Noble e-books are now sold mostly in EPUB format.


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