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Author(s): Margaret Wander Bonanno
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: The Lost Era #6
Published: 30 December 2004
Pages: 334
Stardate: Unknown (2360)
Reference(s): ISBN 0743464079

Tells the story of Uhura's role in the 24th century and the link between Sisko, Crusher, and Tuvok.

Summary Edit

FROM THE BOOK JACKET
A lethal Romulan-trained agent turns against her spymasters in order to prevent them from unleashing a terrifying biological holocaust. Admiral Uhura of Starfleet Intelligence sends the young Romulan to investigate with a team of special operatives: Dr. Beverly Crusher (Star Trek: The Next Generation), a young Lieutenant Benjamin Sisko (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) and the Vulcan Lieutenant Tuvok (Star Trek: Voyager).

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Memorable Quotes Edit

"Don't worry, we won't report you to the Vulcan Perfectionists' Association."
"With all due respect, Dr. McCoy, were there such an entity, it need only be called the Vulcan Association, to avoid redundancy."

- McCoy and Selar

Background Information Edit

  • This is the sixth and final numbered novel in The Lost Era series.
  • This book gives Cretak's first name as "Kimora", as opposed to the canon "Kimara".
  • It also reveals an affair between Cretak and Koval.

Characters Edit

Uhura 
Admiral.
Leonard McCoy
Beverly Crusher
Selar
Tuvok 
Lieutenant.
Benjamin Sisko 
Lieutenant.
Kimara Cretak
Koval

References Edit

Neutral zone; Okinawa, USS; San Francisco; Tal Shiar

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