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Author(s): Susan Wright
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG #29
Published: March 1994
Pages: 288
Stardate: Unknown (Unknown)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671797042 (paperback)
ISBN 1451641710 (trade paperback)
ISBN 9780743421126 (eBook)
ASIN B000FC0UE4 (Kindle)

Lieutenant Worf must find a killer - with the life of a planet at stake!

SummaryEdit

From the book jacket
While on a mission to save the planet Lessenar from environmental collapse, the crew of the USS Enterprise is crippled by an emotional onslaught as the surviving aliens respond in anger and pain to the death of their comrade.
Worf must overcome this alien influence and find the true killer with the destruction of the Starship Enterprise, the survival of Lessenar, and his Klingon honor hanging in the balance...

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CharactersEdit

MainEdit

Jean-Luc Picard
William T. Riker
Beverly Crusher
Data
Geordi La Forge
Worf
Deanna Troi

Other Enterprise crewEdit

Alexander Rozhenko
Simon Tarses
Guinan
De Groodt 
Ensign.
Chyrso 
Lieutenant.
Ro Laren
Navarre 
Ensign.
Korn
Puckee 
Ensign.
Potter 
Ensign.
Hassett 
Ensign.
Standish 
Ensign.
Saart 
Ensign.
Timnia
Alyssa Ogawa 
Nurse.

StarfleetEdit

Maria Rosso 
Admiral.
Could be Connaught Rossa.

LessenariansEdit

Wiccy Ron Micc
Reeves
Sebast

OthersEdit

Cryano's Christian
Du Guiche
Cyrano de Bergerac
Jacob Walch
Paddy
Mon Hartog
Helena Rozhenko
Sergey Rozhenko
Brund 
DaiMon
Macra
Paddy

MentionedEdit

Norah Satie 
Admiral
Lwaxana Troi
T'chal
S Doman
Miriah Walch
Jono
K'Ehleyr
Wesley Crusher
Duras
Benjamin Marley 
Ensign

ReferencesEdit

Holodeck

SpeciesEdit

Betazoid
Klingon
Romulan
Vulcan
Bajoran
Lessenarians
Sli
Ferengi
Acamarian
Intaran
Cardassian
Talarian
Tricon

Background informationEdit

  • On the scene where Worf activates a hologram of K'Ehleyr, Susan Wright commented "For me, this is character development as you don't get to see Worf sitting quietly in the show. There is a tendency in science fiction to go for huge fanfare, for great visual effects. However it is the quieter moments that tell us more about the characters, about things they they don't have but want. It is that kind of moment that builds a connection between us and them". ("Holodeck Adventures: Susan Wright", Star Trek Communicator issue 105 p. 53)

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