Star Trek: Discovery: Wonderlands
In a desperate attempt to prevent the artificial intelligence known as Control from seizing crucial information that could destroy all sentient life, Commander Michael Burnham donned the “Red Angel” time-travel suit and guided the USS Discovery into the future and out of harm’s way.
Starts off slow and in a manner that’s exceptionally similar to something that actually happened on the TV show, I think I need to rewatch season 4 in order to properly contextualize the meetings that Burnham has. I say it starts slow, but it definitely doesn’t stay that way, as this is more like a series of connected short stories about Burnham’s adventures in the far, far future, the depths of despair she fell to, and the struggles she faced without any of the mainstays of her previous life as a Commander in Starfleet. The final confrontation is telegraphed well enough that I wasn’t shocked when it happened, but it wasn’t so far out that I became impatient waiting for it to happen. If you’re a Disco fan, this is a great ‘fill in the blanks’ story written by one of the better Trek authors.