“Star Trek: Discovery: Somewhere to Belong” Review by Trekmovie.com

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At the end of Star Trek: Discovery season two, the Disco crew jumped their ship nine hundred years into the future to stop the malicious clandestine AI known as Control from seizing the “sphere data” in the ship’s computers. In doing so, the crew willingly and permanently left behind everyone they had ever known. What must that be like? And how difficult must it be to restart a life from scratch? It would be like an entire crew entering the witness protection program at once, together. That’s the question author Dayton Ward sets out to answer in his new Discovery tie-in novel, Somewhere to Belong, and to answer it, he draws on the legacy of a significant figure from Discovery’s past. SPOILERS BELOW

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