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Every great leader has a back-story, a time when they were mere mortals looking for their place in the world.

The iconic Kathryn Janeway, the first female captain who is a central character in the Star Trek series, is no different.

Jeri Taylor’s “Mosaic” is that story.

Split between the growing pain years and the present predicament of escaping the Kazon, the book provide fans a glimpse on the life of Kathryn Janeway before she became the captain of Voyager.

What makes this book unique from other Star Trek books is that it is written by a scriptwriter on the show, and it feels like it could fit right in to the series.

A must-read for true Star Trek fans.