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Author(s): Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman and Robert Greenberger
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TOS #59
Titan Books #54
Published: 1 May 1992
Pages: 261
Stardate: 3034.6 (2267)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671779583 (paperback)
ASIN B000FC0NIM (Kindle)

The USS Enterprise faces a deadly alien fleet.

SummaryEdit

From the back cover
Gamma Xaridian – a peaceful Federation research colony that becomes the third Federation world to suffer a brutal attack at the hands of a mysterious alien fleet. With Lt. Uhura gone on an important mission of her own, Captain Kirk and the USS Enterprise are dispatched to investigate the attacks, only to find the planets completely devastated.
When another nearby colony is attacked, the USS Enterprise is ready and encounters a fleet of quick, small and deadly ships. Though Kirk and his crew manage to turn the raiders away, the USS Enterprise is severely damaged and the aliens escape.
As Kirk and his crew prepare for their next encounter with the raiders, Mr. Spock makes a startling discovery about the purpose behind the alien attacks – a purpose that, if realized, could have deadly consequences for the Federation and the USS Enterprise...

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Memorable QuotesEdit

"On the other hand, part of what makes the Enterprise the talk of the fleet - You do know we're the talk of the Fleet, do you not, Lieutenant?"
"Oh, subspace chatter is just burning up about us, Captain."

- James T. Kirk and Uhura


"Actually, Bob, I'm amazed you're out this far. Usually you can be found hanging around the exit door of the Academy, saying, 'I'll take that one, that one, and that one.'"

- James T. Kirk


"And M'Benga... well, from what I understand, they refer to him as the new McCoy.
"I'm sure that will come as news to the real McCoy."

- Robert Wesley and James T. Kirk


"Mass transit. Tell them we are having trains running on time."
"Somehow, Silva... I don't doubt that."

- Silva and James T. Kirk


"You are being joking with me, yes?"
"We are being joking with you, no."

- Silva and James T. Kirk


"We'll be watching you, Silva."
"Enjoy the view, Captain Kirk."

- Silva and James T. Kirk

CharactersEdit

James T. Kirk 
Captain of the Enterprise.
Spock 
Enterprise first officer
Nyota Uhura 
Enterprise communications officer, on temporary assignment to the Lexington
Pavel Chekov 
Starfleet ensign recently assigned to the Enterprise, he does not make a good first impression by crashing into Uhura while running to his station on the bridge
Robert Wesley 
Starfleet commodore, in command of the Lexington

ReferencesEdit

Gamma Xaridian
USS Enterprise
USS Lexington

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