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David Mack

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David Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels of science-fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations trilogies.

Beyond novels, Mack's writing credits span several media, including television (for produced episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), film, and comic books.

Follow him on Twitter @davidalanmack or join his fans on Facebook.

Big news, Star Trek book fans! Simon & Schuster has nine Trek novel eBooks on sale through January 31, 2019. First, the five-book miniseries The Fall (about the rise and fall of a shit-talking would-be Federation president with a shady history—I know, not at all topical). This miniseries includes novels written by me, James Swallow, […]


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“Inyx, are you in love with Captain Hernandez?” The looming alien bowed at the waist and half turned away, as if to conceal his ever-dour visage. “I don’t know if our species experience love the same way,” he said. “All I can say is that for me, she made eternity worth contemplating.”
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“With patience and courage, this can become a time of hope. As long as we remain united, we will emerge from these dark and hideous days into a brighter tomorrow, and we will do so stronger, wiser, and safer than we were before. Together, we can become the future that we seek and build the galaxy we want to live in. It will not come about quickly or easily. But until it does, never flinch, never weary, and never despair.
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"Amazing worldbuilding and a fascinating premise. A brutal, unsparing war drama mixed with rich fantasy. Like Supernatural on Steroids plus Inglorious Basterds.

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“You welcome your children into the world knowing that if all goes the way you plan, you won’t get to see the end of their story. It seems a sad notion until you realize that’s what gives you hope for the future.”
David Mack, The Persistence of Memory

“Starship command is like comedy, Number One. Timing is everything.”
David Mack, Destiny: The Complete Saga: Gods of Night, Mere Mortals, and Lost Souls

“Drinkin’ two-fisted are ya?” “It’s all right, love—I’m a writer.”
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“I read a report from Starfleet Command last year that said you’d met the Greek deity Apollo. I was just wondering . . . did that really happen?” Kirk glanced at someone off-screen, then his mouth curled upward with playful mischief. “I prefer to think that Apollo met me. . . . Enterprise out.”
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“Drinkin’ two-fisted are ya?” “It’s all right, love—I’m a writer.”
David Mack, Storming Heaven

“Starship command is like comedy, Number One. Timing is everything.”
David Mack, Destiny: The Complete Saga: Gods of Night, Mere Mortals, and Lost Souls

“You welcome your children into the world knowing that if all goes the way you plan, you won’t get to see the end of their story. It seems a sad notion until you realize that’s what gives you hope for the future.”
David Mack, The Persistence of Memory

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