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From the book jacket
"Lightning can indeed strike twice in the same place, as THE EUGENICS WARS: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume Two proves to be every bit as exciting, entertaining, and humorous as the first volume of this saga. The second portion of this engrossing story takes the reader from the beginnings of Khan's consolidation of his power, through the events that lead to his flight from Earth on the DY-100-class sleeper ship SS Botany Bay. From beginning to end, this novel is eminently satisfying..." – Jacqueline Bundy, The Trekker Newsletter
"An ingenious blend of actual history and Trek mythology... Volume Two is an audacious, fast-moving conclusion to the Eugenics Wars duology, one-upping the considerable dramatic intensity and inventive accomplishment of the first volume, and bringing the story to a remarkably smooth, coherent conclusion... Cox's electric, fun-loving style of storytelling is the perfect medium to take the reader into the twenty-first century and beyond." – Kilian Melloy,
"Just as much fun as its predecessor, weaving Trek history in and out of recent headlines, mostly through the point of view of one of history's more entertaining secret agents, Teri Garr look-alike Roberta Lincoln... Cox's obvious affection for Trek comes through as strongly as his knowledge." – Michelle Erica Green, Trek Nation

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Captain's log, stardate 7004.1

Chapter OneEdit

Tuamoto Islands, French Polynesia, June 14, 1992

Chapter TwoEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, The Punjab, India, July 10, 1992

Chapter ThreeEdit

Aegis Fine Books, Ltd., Charing Cross Road, London, United Kingdom, November 5, 1992

Chapter FourEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, India, November 6, 1992

Chapter FiveEdit

Plexicorp Inc., San Francisco, California, United States of America, March 15, 1993

Chapter SixEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, India, June 14, 1993

Chapter SevenEdit

Captain's log, stardate 7004.2

Chapter EightEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, India, June 14, 1993

Chapter NineEdit

Isle of Arran, off the coast of Scotland, September 10, 1993

Chapter TenEdit

Ajorra Caves, Maharashtra State, Central India, September 30, 1993

Chapter ElevenEdit

Vic's Lounge, Dunes Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, October 1, 1993

Chapter TwelveEdit

Somewhere beneath the Mediterranean sea, February 7, 1994

Chapter ThirteenEdit

Isle of Arran, February 7, 1994

Chapter FourteenEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, India, April 21, 1994

Chapter FifteenEdit

Fort Cochise, Southeast Arizona, United States, August 16, 1994

Chapter SixteenEdit

Palais des Nations, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, August 29, 1994

Chapter SeventeenEdit

Fort Cochise, Southeast Arizona, United States, August 29, 1994

Chapter EighteenEdit

Chrysalis Island, October 2, 1994

Chapter NineteenEdit

Waterloo International Train Terminal, London, United Kingdom, November 14, 1994

Chapter TwentyEdit

Fort Cochise, Southeast Arizona, United States, November 14, 1994

Chapter Twenty-OneEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, March 17, 1995

Chapter Twenty-TwoEdit

Chrysalis Island, September 5, 1995

Chapter Twenty-ThreeEdit

Isle of Arran, September 7, 1995

Chapter Twenty-FourEdit

Area 51, Nevada, United States, January 5, 1996

Chapter Twenty-FiveEdit

Palace of the Great Khan, Chandigarh, India, January 10, 1996

Chapter Twenty-SixEdit

Hibernation Deck Alpha, DY-100 Prototype Sleeper Ship, High Earth Orbit, January 11, 1996

Chapter Twenty-SevenEdit

Area 51, Nevada, United States, January 20, 1996

Chapter Twenty-EightEdit

Isle of Arran, February 2, 1996


Captain's log, stardate 7004.2

Memorable quotesEdit

"'Tis not too late to seek a new world... to strive, to seek, to find... and not to yield."

- Khan Noonien Singh, his last thoughts as he goes into stasis aboard the SS Botany Bay

Background informationEdit

Cover galleryEdit



Khan Noonien Singh
Gary Seven
Roberta Lincoln
Dr. Walter Nichols
Jeff Carlson
Shannon O'Donnel
Jackson Roykirk
Lt. Shaun Christopher
Vasily Hunyadi
Dr. Alberto Gomez
Elijah Jugurtha Amin
General Randall "Hawkeye" Morrison
Brother Arcturus
Chen Tiejun
Suzette Ling
Vishwa Patil
Clare Raymond
Dr. Phoolan Dhasal
Dr. Donald Williams


James T. Kirk
Leonard McCoy
Montgomery Scott
Hikaru Sulu
Nyota Uhura
Pavel Chekov
Lieutenant Seth Lerner 
USS Enterprise security officer
Martha Landon
Lieutenant K'rad
Lieutenant Macck
Masako Clarke 
genetically engineered Regent of the Paragon colony


Paragon colony 
a colony of genetically engineered Humans
a class K planet
genetic engineering
SS Botany Bay
Roswell, New Mexico
Project F
Chrysalis Project
Area 51
Groom Lake
Plexicorp, Inc.
Panspermic Church of First Contact
IKS Gr'oth
Morning Star
Army of Eternal Vigilance 
The personal militia of General "Hawkeye" Morrison
Chateau Picard 
A fine champagne enjoyed by Carlson
Jonathan Archer 
someone who Kirk remembers for his disparaging remarks about the Vulcans, early in his career

External link Edit

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Unnumbered novels
The Janus Gate: Present Tense
The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1 The Eugenics Wars  To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh

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