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Author(s): Michael Jan Friedman
Artist(s): Keith Birdsong
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG
Published: 1 November 1991 (hardcover)
1 August 1992 (paperback)
Pages: 343
Stardate: Unknown (2367)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671748084 (hardcover)
ISBN 0671787551 (paperback)
Audiobook (abridged)
Narrator: Gates McFadden
Running Time: 3 hours
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Audioworks
Published: 1 November 1991
Reference(s): ISBN 0671750364
You may be looking for the TNG episode "Reunion".

Picard meets his former crewmates from the Stargazer.

SummaryEdit

From the book jacket
Before he commanded the Starship Enterprise, Jean-Luc Picard was the captain of the deep space exploration vessel, the USS Stargazer, on an incredible twenty-two year voyage. Now Picard is reunited with his old crew for the first time in over a decade, on a mission to see his former officer installed as ruler of the Daa'Vit Empire.
The reunion turns deadly when a ruthless assassin begins eliminating the USS Stargazer crew one by one. Picard's present and former shipmates must join forces to solve the mystery of the Captain's past, before the killer strikes again.

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Background InformationEdit

CharactersEdit

Jean-Luc Picard 
Enterprise captain
William T. Riker 
Enterprise first officer. Graduated Starfleet Academy with high honors.
Data
Beverly Crusher
Deanna Troi
Worf
Geordi La Forge
Wesley Crusher
Jack Crusher
Miles O'Brien
Guinan
Selar
Morgen 
A Daa'Vit captain, about to become hereditary ruler of the Daa'Vit Unity. Formerly an ensign on the Stargazer.
Pictured on the book cover.
Gilaad Ben Zoma 
Formerly Picard's first officer on the Stargazer.
Idun Asmund 
Former helm officer of the Stargazer. Now first officer on the USS Charleston.
The blond woman pictured on the book cover might correspond to the blond woman who was seen at that station in the hallucination sequence in episode "The Battle".
Carter Greyhorse 
The Stargazer's former chief medical officer. Now works at Starfleet Medical.
Vigo 
Pandrilite weapons officer on the Stargazer, who died in the battle of Maxia Zeta.
Gerda Asmund 
Navigator; Idun Asmund's twin sister. Died in a hull breach on a civilian freighter.
Peter 'Pug' Joseph 
Former Security chief on the Stargazer. Now assigned on the Lexington.
Phigus Simenon 
Gnalish professor of engineering at Starfleet Academy. Former chief engineer of the Stargazer.
Tricia Cadwallader 
Former Communications officer on the Stargazer. Now second officer of the USS Lexington. Hometown: Sydney, Australia.
Burke 
Burke also appeared in the comic book compilation The Star Lost.
Duffy 
Duffy later became a regular character in Star Trek: SCE.
Mansfield 
Captain of Charleston.
Erwin
Marcos
Eisenberg
Starros
Yuri Kuznetsov 
Vice admiral.
DiBiasi
Fern Resnick
Loyosha
Tav 
Romulan commander.
Nevins
Dunhill
Bednarik

MentionedEdit

Dalen Quaice

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

Alpha Malachon IV 
Planet.
Alpha Palemon 
Star system.
Alpha Zion 
System.
Anjelica VII 
Planet.
Arvada III 
Planet.
USS Berlin 
Federation starship.
Beta Gritorius IV 
Planet.
Beta Varius IV 
Planet.
USS Charleston 
Captain Mansfield commanded Charleston, with Idun Asmund as executive officer.
Clobatians 
Species.
Daa'V 
Homeworld of the Daa'vit.
Daa'Vit 
Species.
Delos IV 
Planet.
Ambassador starboard of Galaxy

Enterprise-D and Excalibur (TNG: "Redemption II")

USS Excalibur (NCC-26517) 
Starship commanded by Captain Morgen until his 2367 retirement.
This ship would later be the regular vessel of the Star Trek: New Frontier series.
USS Fearless
Gnala 
Gnalish homeworld
Gnalish 
Species.
The Gnalish are mentioned again in the novel Articles of the Federation.
Many fans have speculated that Sord from TAS: "The Jihad" is Gnalish, which Friedman himself believes is probably true. [1]
USS Goddard 
Federation starship.
USS Hood
Riker served two years as Hood executive officer.
USS Lexington 
Captain Gilaad Ben Zoma's command.
It seems anomalous to still have a Constitution-class vessel in service in the 24th century, but this vessel was referred to as such. The Star Trek Encyclopedia states there was an Excelsior-class vessel (registry NCC-14427) of this name in service by this time.
Maxia Zeta 
System.
Pandrilite 
Species.
USS Potemkin 
Riker served aboard Potemkin as a lieutenant JG and as a lieutenant.
Reshaa'ra 
Romulan warbird, of Commander Tav.
USS Stargazer

Stargazer (TNG: "The Battle")

USS Stargazer 
Federation starship.
IKS Tagh'rat 
Klingon warship.
USS Thomas Paine 
Federation starship.
USS Victorious 
Federation starship.
USS Victory 
Federation starship.
USS Yorktown 
Riker served three years as second officer of the Yorktown.
According to the novel Ghost Ship, second officer Riker's Yorktown was an Excelsior-class vessel. Star Trek: The Next Generation Officer's Manual gives the ship registry NCC-2033.
USS Zhukov 
Ensign Riker served on the Zhukov.
This is presumably after his service on USS Pegasus.
Warp speed 
The speed reached, warp 9.95, is quoted as 5,094 times the speed of light.

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