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Author(s): Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG
A Time to... #4
Published: 27 April 2004
Pages: 352
Stardate: Unknown (2378)
Reference(s): ISBN 0743482980 (paperback)
ASIN B000FC1LOW (Kindle)

The Enterprise-E crew comes the aid of the Dokaalan colony.

Summary Edit

From the book jacket
On the cusp of their epic battle with Shinzon, many of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's long-time crew were heading for new assignments and new challenges. Among the changes were William Riker's promotion to captain and his new command, Riker's marriage to Counselor Deanna Troi, and Dr. Beverly Crusher's new career at Starfleet Medical. But the story of what set them on a path away from the Starship Enterprise has never been told.
UNTIL NOW.
Still reeling from the disastrous events that have rocked all of Starfleet and tarnished the career of one of the Federation's most decorated captains, Picard and his crew must now endure the unthinkable: scandal, ostracism, and an uncertain future. But despite all that has occurred, none aboard the Enterprise have forgotten their duty as Starfleet officers...
Assigned to assist the imperiled Dokaalan – a small colony of refugees who maintain a precarious existence in a rapidly disintegrating asteroid mining complex – the Enterprise crew must somehow aid this alien race in terraforming a nearby planet so that it might someday provide a new home for their kind. But violent acts of sabotage soon turn a humanitarian crisis into a deadly confrontation. To save the Dokaalan from extinction, Picard must uncover the presence of an old adversary – and prevent a disaster of catastrophic proportions!

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Characters Edit

Canon characters Edit

Beverly Crusher 
Chief Medical Officer of the Enterprise-E.
Data 
Chief Operations Officer of the Enterprise-E.
Geordi La Forge 
Chief Engineer of the Enterprise-E.
Jean-Luc Picard 
Captain of the Enterprise-E.
William T. Riker 
First Officer of the Enterprise-E.
Deanna Troi 
Counselor on the Enterprise-E.
Kell Perim 
Conn officer of the Enterprise-E.
Alyssa Ogawa 
Chief Nurse on the Enterprise-E.
Taurik 
Vulcan engineer on the Enterprise-E.
Alynna Nechayev 
Admiral at Starfleet Command.
William Ross 
Admiral at Starfleet Command.

Non-canon characters Edit

Christine Vale 
Tactical officer of the Enterprise-E.
Tropp 
Denobulan doctor on the Enterprise-E.
Diix 
Andorian engineer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Veldon 
Benzite engineer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Leisner 
Engineer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Pauls 
Engineer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Susan Lomax 
Nurse on the Enterprise-E.
Andrea Taylor 
Engineer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Forst 
Security officer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Jarek Maxson 
Security officer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Hras 
Shuttle pilot on Chawla, lieutenant.
Jeloq 
Bolian security officer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Henderson 
Engineer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Carlson 
Security officer on the Enterprise-E.
Sevek 
Vulcan security officer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Liryn 
Bajoran security officer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
LaRock 
Security officer on the Enterprise-E, ensign.
Danilov 
Security officer on the Enterprise-E, lieutenant.
Hjatyn 
Dokaalan First Minister.
Creij 
Dokaalan Scince Minister.
Nidan 
Dokaalan Security Minister.
Faeyahr
Dokaalan engineer.
Myjerol
Dokaalan council member.
Onaec
Dokaalan council member.
Nentafa 
Dokaalan doctor.
Kalsha 
Satarran Operative impersonating Lt. Diix.
Barimol 
Satarran Operative impersonating a Dokaalan.
Mhuic 
Satarran Operative impersonating Lt. Pauls.
Alida 
Satarran Operative impersonating Susan Lomax.
Daeniq 
Satarran Operative impersonating Nidan.
Geliu 
Satarran Operative impersonating Creij.
Lorakin
Satarran Operative leading the operation, impersonating Hjatyn.

References Edit

CANON REFERENCE 

brand; emotion chip; Golden Gate Bridge; Klingon disruptor; Kolvoord Starburst; Lysian; Lysian Alliance; MacDuff, Keiran; San Francisco; Satarran; Starfleet Academy; Starfleet Command; Starfleet Corps of Engineers; Terraform Command; terraforming

NON-CANON REFERENCE 
Ballard 
Shuttlecraft on the Enterprise-E.
Chawla 
Shuttlecraft on the Enterprise-E.
Dokaalan 
Humanoid species native to the Dokaalan system.
Holographic Shroud
Mimic device used by Satarrans to impersonate other persons.
Ijuuka 
Planet in the Dokaalan system, site of terraforming project.
Jefferies 
Shuttlepod on the Enterprise-E.
Keuka 
Shuttlecraft on the Enterprise-E.
Koll Azernal 
Zakdorn, Chief of Staff to the Federation President.
Mining Station 12
Dokaalan station.
USS Musgrave 
Starship with Captain Scott's SCE team.
Skiff 
Small maneuverable Dokaalan spacecraft.
Starbase 441
Starbase where Enterprise-E would deliver Satarran prisoners.
Zahanzei Council 
Ruling body of the Dokaalan people.
President Zife 
Federation President.

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