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Aaron Rosenberg

Some Assembly Required

Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers: Book 3

Dave Galanter
Aaron Rosenberg
Keith R. A. DeCandido
Greg Brodeur
Scott Ciencin
Dan Jolley

Four novellas by the most popular Star Trek authors finds the intrepid Starfleet Corps of Engineers called in to fix urgent crucial situations: a distress call, rampaging monsters, a reactor and a city. The Starfleet Corps of Engineers, the top flight of technical specialists, face four of their most challenging missions yet.

In THE RIDDLED POST the S.C.E. responds to an urgent distress call from an outpost that has been attacked by something that can penetrate shields.

GATEWAYS EPILOGUE finds the S.C.E. facing a horde of rampaging monsters that have been let loose on the planet Maeglin.

In AMBUSH, they must fix a reactor crucial to a mining operation, but the malevolent aliens who damaged it are still around.

And in SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED, the citizens of Keorga are counting on the Corps to save their largest city.


  • 1 - The Riddled Post - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 9] - novella by Aaron Rosenberg
  • 77 - Here There Be Monsters - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 10] - novella by Keith R. A. DeCandido
  • 153 - Ambush - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 11] - novella by Dave Galanter and Greg Brodeur
  • 221 - Some Assembly Required - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 12] - novella by Scott Ciencin and Dan Jolley
  • 297 - About the Authors (Some Assembly Required) - essay by uncredited


Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers: Book 8

Keith R. A. DeCandido
Christopher L. Bennett
Andy Mangels
Michael A. Martin
Robert Greenberger
Aaron Rosenberg
Loren L. Coleman
Randall N. Bills

Having recovered from the catastrophic events of Wildfire, the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team on the U.S.S. da Vinci meets its new second officer: Mor glasch Tev, an arrogant Tellarite who's the best there is -- and he knows it.

Even as Captain Gold and Commander Gomez get used to their acerbic new officer, the S.C.E. team faces crises in its own solar system. A strange vessel appears in the middle of San Francisco that the S.C.E. must deal with -- aided by engineers extraordinaire Montgomery Scott and Miles O'Brien. Then they have to help the Venus terraforming team -- a mission that brings Bynar computer expert Soloman to a difficult crossroads.

That's only the beginning of the challenges for the Corps as it faces a Ferengi with a time machine, a prison colony in a black hole -- and a mission from the Dominion War that comes back to haunt the da Vinci crew in more ways than one....


  • vii - Introduction (Aftermath) - essay by Keith R. A. DeCandido
  • 1 - Aftermath - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 29] - (2003) - novella by Christopher L. Bennett
  • 105 - Ishtar Rising - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 30] - (2003) - novella by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
  • 237 - Buying Time - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 32] - (2003) - novella by Robert Greenberger
  • 319 - Collective Hindsight - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 33] - (2003) - novella by Aaron Rosenberg
  • 433 - The Demon - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 35] - (2004) - novel by Loren L. Coleman and Randall N. Bills
  • 619 - About the Authors (Aftermath) - essay by uncredited

Creative Couplings

Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers: Book 10

Christina F. York
J. Steven York
Glenn Hauman
David Mack
Aaron Rosenberg
Dayton Ward
Kevin Dilmore
Glenn Greenberg
Connie Willis

These are the voyages of the U.S.S. da Vinci. Their mission: to solve the problems of the galaxy, one disaster at a time. Starfleet veteran Captain David Gold, along with his crack Starfleet Corps of Engineers team led by former Starship Enterprise engineer Commander Sonya Gomez, travel throughout the Federation and beyond to fix the unfixable, repair the irreparable, and solve the unsolvable.

The S.C.E.'s missions don't always go as planned -- repairing the weather grid on the resort planet Risa turns into a deadly first contact, constructing an industrial complex on a nonaligned world leads to some startling revelations about the financier behind it, diverting a runaway ship could spell death for the crew the da Vinci didn't even know was there, and a planet in a box proves a more valuable prize than anyone could have imagined -- but their greatest challenge comes much closer to home...

Captain Gold's granddaughter Esther is marrying Khor, son of Lantar, a Klingon politician. Now Gold faces what may be the greatest challenge of his career: officiating the first-ever Klingon-Jewish wedding!


  • 1 - Paradise Interrupted - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 43] - (2004) - novella by John S. Drew
  • 97 - Where Time Stands Still - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 44] - (2004) - novella by Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
  • 181 - The Art of the Deal - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 45] - (2004) - novella by Glenn Greenberg
  • 277 - Spin - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 46] - (2004) - novella by J. Steven York and Christina F. York
  • 337 - Creative Couplings - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 47] - (2004) - novella by Glenn Hauman and Aaron Rosenberg
  • 465 - Small World - [Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers - 49] - (2005) - novella by David Mack
  • 529 - About the Authors (Creative Couplings) - essay by uncredited

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