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Publisher's Summary

Discover what happens to Raffi and Seven of Nine following the stunning conclusion to season one of Star Trek: Picard with this audio exclusive, fully dramatized Star Trek adventure featuring the beloved stars of the hit TV series Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan.

Star Trek: No Man’s Land picks up right after the action-packed season one conclusion of Star Trek: Picard. While Raffi and Seven of Nine are enjoying some much-needed R&R in Raffi’s remote hideaway, their downtime is interrupted by an urgent cry for help: a distant, beleaguered planet has enlisted the Fenris Rangers to save an embattled evacuation effort. As Raffi and Seven team up to rescue a mysteriously ageless professor whose infinity-shaped talisman has placed him in the deadly sights of a vicious Romulan warlord, they take tentative steps to explore the attraction depicted in the final moments of Picard season one.

Star Trek: No Man’s Land is a rich, fully dramatized Star Trek: Picard adventure as Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan pick up their respective characters once more. Written for audio by Kirsten Beyer, a cocreator, writer, and producer on the hit Paramount+ series Star Trek: Picard, and Mike Johnson, a veteran contributor to the Star Trek comic books publishing program, this audio original offers consummate Star Trek storytelling brilliantly reimagined for the audio medium. 

In addition to riveting performances from Hurd and Ryan exploring new layers of Raffi and Seven’s relationship, Star Trek: No Man’s Land features a full cast of actors playing all-new characters in the Star Trek: Picard universe, including Fred Tatasciore, Jack Cutmore-Scott, John Kassir, Chris Andrew Ciulla, Lisa Flanagan, Gibson Frazier, Lameece Issaq, Natalie Naudus, Xe Sands, and Emily Woo Zeller, and is presented in a soundscape crackling with exclusive Star Trek sound effects. Drawing listeners into a dramatic, immersive narrative experience that is at once both instantly familiar and spectacularly new, Star Trek: No Man’s Land goes boldly where no audio has gone before as fans new and old clamor to discover what happens next. 

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good actors really short and no story

Total money grab. Good actioning but no plot. Only 1hr 40 minutes. Your money would be better spent elsewhere

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geez Louise

Reads like a novella written by Jeri Ryan herself the housewife of a multi-billionaire. On top of that seven of nine is now in love with another woman holy bork Batman! reminiscence of the radio shows of the 20s with their noise effects. please give me my money back.

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More Full Cast Star Trek audio dramas!

As a Trek fan, I’ve always been jealous of Dr.Who’s rich library of audio dramas staring original series actors, so I was beyond excited to purchase and listen to No Man’s Land. That it explored Picard’s most interesting characters and relationship was a bonus.

Trek tie-in media sometimes struggles to get the voice and motivation of the characters right, and in the beginning of this story, I was worried that they had gotten Seven wrong, but in the end her behavior was given a solid and in-character justification.

Great production values and the relationship between Seven and Raffi is has depth, is mature, believable, well-developed, and compelling. The “adventure” portion of the narrative never quite rises to the level of the show, and I think they would benefit from having someone more used to the audio realm co-write, but the point here is to get a satisfying adventure in your favorite story world with your favorite characters, and No Man’s Land delivers in spades.

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Disappointing

Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan are fine, but much of the supporting cast is amateurish, and the music is seriously annoying. A disappointment.

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Short and sweet

A short and sweet missive that gives a deeper insight into Seven of Nine, Unimatrix 01. Much more than the romance between these two women was the thought process of each individually. Looking forward to Season 2 of Picard.

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Amazing Production

This was a truly immersive listening experience. The production, from the performances and music to the sound effects and pacing, was outstanding.

As importantly, the emerging romantic relationship between Seven and Raffi, was handled with incredible grace, nuance and humor.

This a must listen for any Star Trek fan and any fan of dramatic audio.

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Really short and honestly, not great...

I was really excited to find something to hold me over while waiting for Picard, season 2. Sadly, this was hard to like. I don't want to spoil the story, so I'll try to stay vague. The villain was one dimensional with stereotypical motivations. The solution to the problem kinda was borne of luck rather than some interesting reason. The random music was distracting. The biggest issue for me, though, was how short it was.

The protagonists were better (obviously Seven is a well known character) and it was great they got the actual actors to voice their parts. And there were some funny parts.

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Great

Great acting, great story, I wish it was longer. I hope they make more!

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I need a Seven of Nine spin off TV series now!!!

Great. 10/10 audio experience. I’ve been a Seven of Nine fan since Voyager. Watched every episode and this audio extravaganza is exactly the kind of Star Trek adventure I need in my ears all day and night. I need this to be a serial Podcast or a New Spin off Series. Seven of Nine as a righteous Fenris Ranger with a funny motely crew of misfits and a burgeoning f/f love life is everything!!!

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My heart

Honestly, this whole thing just made my heart so happy. It was really good. I enjoyed watching their relationship get a real start.

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  • 03-29-22

Extremely poor

Struggling to continue to listen to this, doesn't really work as an audio only story, if I could refund it I would.

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  • 07-26-22

Just Brilliant

Fun, intimate, intriguing. A nice focus on two great characters with other fun folks mixed in who are well fleshed out. The acting was spot on. I wish Jeri Ryan would do more audiobooks her voice is wonderful to listen to.

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  • Kevin Titmarsh
  • 06-07-22

enjoyable short story

I quite enjoyed this short story, full of excitement and great sound effects and special thanks to both Michelle Hurd and Jeri Ryan for their speaking roles

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-22-22

Good performance, disappointingly short, no plot

There was no story. I didn't realise it was so short when I bought it so I was confused when it ended as nothing really seemed to have happened and I didn't get that the plot had been wrapped up (apparently). Great performances but not worth a credit.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-14-22

Great if you want more Seven and Rafi

I enjoyed the integrations between the characters more than the story, but I did enjoy it a whole lot. I'm happy that they expanded the romance between Seven and Rafi here, because honestly it took me a bit by suprise in the last episode of season 1 of Picard.

The preformanses are good. My only complaint is the music that signal a scene change sometimes doesn't fit the mood a 100%.

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  • C. Dunstan
  • 05-12-22

Loved it!

An engaging short story. Really enjoyed it, though I will say if you want an hours long novel, this isn't for you, but I loved it.

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  • Kieran Horgan
  • 04-16-22

Don’t waste your credits on this

I am an avid Star Trek fan but this was a waste of time and money. I should have checked others reviews before buying this book it was a pointless waste of time

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  • Chris
  • 04-15-22

Cheesy music and some overacting...

Overall it wasn't too bad but some of the cheesy music and overacting from incidental characters was seriously toe-curling.

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  • Beverly
  • 04-11-22

Good....but really short

Great story.. voices from stars in picard rather.than narrator...didnt realise how short it was when i bought it though..

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  • John
  • 04-08-22

Very good story, great pacing and acting.

Very good story, very nice to see more character building for Seven and Raffi.

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  • Eliana
  • 04-07-22

Beautiful done

Highly recommended 👌, good way to know more about Seven and Rafi relationship looking forward to more stories 😀

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-10-22

Heartwarming Snippet

This is a wonderful short visiting what Raffi and Seven found themselves dealing with between S1/2 of Picard. My only gripe is that it wasn't long enough! I could listen to these two for much longer than and hour and a half!

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  • Michael Evans
  • 03-03-22

Strong debut for Picard audio drama

Effectively an extra episode of Star Trek: Picard bridging the gap between the first and second seasons, this audio drama focuses on the nascent relationship between Raffi and Seven and in finest Trek fashion involves a mad alien tyrant searching for a plot MacGuffin. Well acted, well produced, and a stirring adventure makes for an entertaining 90+ minutes. Hope to hear more audio dramas from the Star Trek franchises in future.

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  • Steve
  • 02-27-22

Good story but there is a line between when art moves consciousness or preachers

The story was good, a lot of Glib lines, and it amazes me how many alien species including ex borg actually speak in modern American colloquialisms. Even though they’re supposed to live about two or 300 years ahead of our current time. It kind of had a bit of a pantomime feel about it.

Every sci-fi show now is having same-sex relationships, in fact it’s hard to spot a heterosexual relationship in most of them. Even Dr Who are trying to invent a same-sex relationship between the doctor and her companion, it becomes flavour of the month. I don’t have any problem with same-sex relationships been explored such, my problem is this it should’ve been done in the 80s or 90s because that’s been truly progressive jumping on trend issues is not art moving consciousness it’s preaching

but when art moves consciousness then it creates the kind of change that would like to see in many aspects of the Star Trek universe. If Star Trek NexGen for example had same-sex relationships in that would be fantastic, as indeed the first series had the first interracial kiss on television, but this seems like preaching because it’s trendy rather than really exploring love in all its dimensions and forms. It was a good adventure story, probably good for children, but lacked the depth of some of the Star Trek products.

Not with standing the nature of the relationship seven and Raff became a little bit cliche in terms of how the relationship developed, so was a pretty good story but my final suggestion is get off the pulpit get into an enlightened universe

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  • Ensign Frrranko
  • 02-23-22

Audiobooks Over Audiodramas Anyday

This would have been better as a book. The novelty of having familiar voices doesn't compare with having a fully realised story. I find the sound effects distracting and annoying (with the sole exception of the transporter beam). OK, anti-audiodrama sentiments aside, this is a fairly enjoyable Trek scenario set in the stormy post-Romulus era.

A nasty Romulan rogue called Rinan is discovered en route to a colony planet and fearing the worst, Seven and Raffi swoop in with the Fenris Rangers to evacuate the locals but quickly learn that Rinan is after something other than the colony or its supplies.

The plot feels very Stargate, ancient relic holds great power, evil warlord tries to obtain said relic, good guys attempt to hinder said warlord's efforts.

I'm fine with a little hyperbole but I wasn't convinced that Rinan is the most dangerous person in the alpha quadrant right now. Eh, Rinan turns out to be quite the cliché.

The story has a nice little budding romance that I genuinely don't recall from season one of Picard. In fact I'm unsure why they were hanging out at Raffi's shack in the first place. Season two is almost here so I'll be be rewatching soon, but damn my leaky memory. The relationship seems mostly very natural but with a few awkwardly forced moments of tenderness, and without any preamble (possibly because I've forgotten the on screen set up for it).

Raffi is instantly recognisable but Seven seems largely out of character. Although it feels weird I'm actually ok with it, the Seven of the Picard series is much changed from the Seven of the Voyager series and at this point we're judging with the bias of over 20 years familiarity with her earlier personality. The other voice actors were fine, one Fenris Ranger called Hiro started off a tad annoying but I ended up enjoying his comedic misuse of words and phrases.

Fun story, too short, too dramatised.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-23-22

Great little story

Although I enjoy the performance and story I do miss listening to the thoughts of the characters as they move through this story. That being said I did enjoy this short story and it has me looking forward to the next installment.of ST Picard.