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Protection Edit

I'm temporarily protecting this page until the vandals leave it be. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 01:40, 24 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Plot Edit

I added a basic plot from the book from what I remember when I read it. It might be wrong though. --Kevin 13:32, 15 May 2005 (UTC)

Removed info Edit

ApocryphaEdit

According to this story, there are at least two homosexual crewmen

on Voyager, who get together in this book.

This was removed for two reasons: For one, why was this added under an apocrypha section when the whole book itself is considered apocrypha – apocrypha within apocrypha? Secondly, having not read the book, I don't know whether this was truely a part of the book or whether it is someone's poor attempt at a joke... perhaps a fanboy fantasy? :P --From Andoria with Love 02:47, 16 March 2006 (UTC)

Nah, the gay crewmen are real in the book. Their names are Ensign Brad Harrison (a security guard) and (Lieutenant?) Noah Mannick. There's a few references to them, all brief and rather hard-to-find in the very long book, but I found the introductory reference to the couple on page 201 in my paperback edition:
Everyone was willing to accept Chakotay's decision on that matter [separating the Voyager group into two to avoid the prison guards' suspicion while they went about their escape plan], although Brad Harrison and his partner, Noah Mannick, asked to stay together, a request Chakotay was happy to accomodate. They had only recently become a couple and were still in the early flush of romantic intensity.
Later, Mannick becomes sick from the contaminated water in the prison camp, and Harrison watches over him. I can't find the exact quote for that right now, sorry.
Incidentally, I'd do the summary for this book... but I suffer from chronic verbal diarrhoea, and a side-effect of that is that can't summarise to save my life. And even if I could summarise, my cursed laziness balks at summarising a 15-chapter, 501-page book. ;-) -- Miranda Jackson (Talk) 03:31, 16 March 2006 (UTC)

Canon Resource Edit

I have left a post about this book on the Canon Policy talk page. Please weigh in.– Watching... listening... 20:49, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

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