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Author(s): Bill McCay and Eloise Flood
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG #21
Published: 1 March 1992
Pages: 278
Stardate: Unknown (2367)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671742647

Commander Riker must either give up the USS Enterprise or sacrifice his captain's life.

Summary

While exploring a group of devastated class-M planets in a remote sector of space, the crew of the USS Enterprise is shocked to discover a group of Human slaves on a forbidding, glacial world. When the slaves revolt against their Human overseers, Captain Picard and his crew sympathize with the slaves plight but cannot interfere in the conflict.
After the revolt is a success, Captain Picard learns that both the slaves and the overseers were controlled by a mysterious bird-like race called the Tseetsk, who are coming to reclaim their property. With the time running out, the rebels kidnap Captain Picard and Counselor Troi – drawing the USS Enterprise into the middle of their deadly plan of vengeance.

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Memorable Quotes

"There's a difference between fulfilling a function and bringing imagination to the job."

- Jean-Luc Picard (p. 49)


"The away team that didn't get away."

- Riker (p. 24)


"You cannot maintain a stable society based on slavery."

- Riker (p. 245)


"You've shown that you're willing to die for freedom. Will you live for it?"

- Vossted (p. 275)

Background Information

Characters

Jean-Luc Picard 
Captain.
William T. Riker 
Commander.
Deanna Troi
Janet Kilsolving 
Yeoman.
Akihoko
Iovino
Martinez
Jeremy

References

Tseetsk 
mysterious bird-like race

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