Star Trek: New Frontier
“Waiting for G’Doh, or, How I Learned to Stop Moving and Hate People”
Short Story in No Limits
Edited by Peter A. David & Keith R.A. DeCandido
In 1997, Star Trek: New Frontier® debuted and became an instant sensation, chronicling the exciting adventures of Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the U.S.S. Excalibur, as told by New York Times bestselling author Peter David.
Now, over a dozen books later, Peter David has gathered some of the finest Star Trek authors to tell new tales of the Excalibur crew:
Dayton Ward’s thrilling adventure from Calhoun’s sordid past; Loren L. Coleman’s tale of Shelby’s first experience with the Borg; Robert Greenberger’s origin of “Lefler’s Laws”; Susan Shwartz’s adventure with Soleta and Ambassador Spock; Terri Osborne’s chronicle of Selar’s encounter with the Q; David Mack’s tale of the longest day of Zak Kebron’s life; plus stories by Keith R.A. DeCandido, Susan Wright, Josepha Sherman, Ilsa J. Bick, Kevin Dilmore, Christina F. York, Robert T. Jeschonek, Peg Robinson, Mary Scott-Wiecek, Allyn Gibson, and Glenn Hauman & Lisa Sullivan.
Added Bonus! Peter David himself tells the untold story of Calhoun and Shelby’s honeymoon on Xenex!
"…a tale that's both serious and funny. Just the mere thought of Zak Kebron as a statue, and what we commonly think about birds and statues, is priceless."
—Bill Williams, TrekWeb.com
"The best story in the anthology … This is one of the few stories in the book that really seems to capture the Peter David humour. From the title of the story to all of the jokes inside, to the seemingly never-ending wait for the arrival of G'Doh, this story doesn't miss a beat."
"I couldn't stop laughing while reading this story."