If the regular-length Star Traks: The Vexed Generation stories were TV episodes, than these would be the movies. But they're not--they're long stories with many chapters, so we handily call them "books."
The Aerostar crew gets mixed up with their 20th Century ancestors, battles angry Flarn, and tries to evade two wily FBI
agents who are "looking for the truth."
The crew of the Aerostar soon realize that someone in Starfleet is out to get them when they return to the Alpha Quadrant
and the Aerostar is stolen.
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The notorious Irma Wilson, last seen in Out of Time, is on the loose in New York City, and it's up to Mulder, Scully, Seinfeld, Costanza, and Kramer to stop her.
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Come on, get happy as the Explorer is stolen by the maniacal forces of the Federation of Fun and Baxter and an alternate Aerostar follow. Try saying that three times fast!
Baxter's least favorite alternative group, the Happys, and their alternative universe pals stir up trouble as the forces of Happymaster Travvy Dillon and Captain Jean-jean Picard struggle for control of the over-ecstatic empire, the Federation of Fun!
While the Explorer negotiates a treaty with a planet of penguins, Lt. Commander Larkin gets word that Romulan Commander Ardek has kidnapped the human Larkin and is holding her hostage on an ice planet. Larkin and Richards go to her rescue, only to find that the planet has a frigid, flightless, waterfowl-type secret!
Brand new Captain Conway of the brand new starship Aerostar-A has barely started his mission when he encounters a ghost from his past. Is the symbiont Shar really still alive in some form, and if so, why is she/it trying to sue him? And is there a grander scheme in mind, or does Shar just want Conway for a plaything? Or is it a little bit of both? And what do bagels have to do with anything?
The year has come to a close for the Explorer, but the adventure is just beginning for another misguided crew: Captain David Conway has faced a number of enemies before. But is he ready to face the future? Be prepared for anything to happen as the U.S.S. Aerostar-A comes in contact with a mysterious visitor from another time, who makes Conway an offer he can't quite refuse, an offer that may just undo the fabric of time itself. Will the rest of the crew bring Conway to his senses before he destroys the universe? Only time will tell.
In the third and final installment of the Aerostar-A trilogy, Captain Conway faces his most disturbing and fearsome challenge yet: His Honeymoon. Meanwhile, on the Aerostar, everything is hunky-dory until Lt. Commander Ford finds that Commander Larkin has gone missing. Ford must take charge of the Aerostar and track down the missing android, while tangling with a band of inaccurately-named Cardassian Privateers, led by the mysterious Deidre. What are Deidre's motives, and why is her last name so darn familiar?
Four years after "The Best Times We Never Had," the U.S.S. Aerostar under Captain David Conway, on a routine investigation of the Bermuda Expanse, is lost. Fresh from a refit, it's up to the Explorer, Captain Baxter, and crew, to find her and bring her back. Both crews will have to work together to free themselves from another (inevitable) visit to the Delta Quadrant, and from the maniacal Overlord Ardek and his Leadership Spa and Funtimes Resort. The ensuing battle royale takes the crew from one side of the galaxy to the other, and leads them to a final confrontation near the end of the 24th century.