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Author(s): A.C. Crispin
Artist(s): Keith Birdsong
Publisher: Pocket Books
Series: Pocket TNG #13
Published: September 1990
Pages: 256
Stardate: Unknown (2366)
Reference(s): ISBN 0671700103 (paperback)
ASIN B000FC0O6S (Kindle)
You may be looking for TAS: "The Eye of the Beholder" or the TNG: "Eye of the Beholder".

A mysterious alien artifact could mean death to the USS Enterprise crew!

SummaryEdit

From the book jacket
After several Federation and Klingon ships disappear while traveling a newly opened trade route, the USS Enterprise is sent to investigate. Their quest leads Captain Picard and his crew to an eerie space graveyard full of ships of every size and description, all of them, dead in space.
At the center of the graveyard lies a huge, incredibly powerful artifact, constructed by an ancient alien race. And as the crew struggles to solve the mystery of the artifact, they unwittingly trigger its awesome power, a power that threatens insanity and death to all aboard the Starship Enterprise.

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CharactersEdit

Jean-Luc Picard
William T. Riker
Data
Beverly Crusher
Deanna Troi
Worf
Geordi La Forge
Selar
Miles O'Brien
Thev 
An Andorian ambassador. His wife was a linguist who died when she contracted a virus when their daughter Thala (see below) was one year old. He and his daughter boarded the USS Enterprise-D before its mission Farpoint Station. He has known Beverly Crusher and Wesley Crusher since 2364. He was planning to move to Delma in the Vega Sector with her. Thev was one of the eighteen killed by the Borg in 2365.
His death occurred during the events of TNG: "Q Who".
Thala 
Thala was a blind Andorian girl born in space around 2359. Her mother was a linguist who died when she contracted a virus when Thala was 1. She has known Selar since early 2365. She and her father Thev boarded the USS Enterprise-D before the mission to Farpoint Station. She has known Beverly Crusher and Wesley Crusher since 2364. Her father was planning to move to Delma in the Vega Sector with her. Selar decided to adopt Thala as her daughter in 2366 when Selar was moving back to Vulcan.
Howard Greenstein 
Starfleet lieutenant.
Whitedeer
Starfleet ensign.
Chandra
A doctor.
Sonya Gomez 
Engineer on the Enterprise-D.
Lenske
Guinan
Laura Wu
Fritz and Penelope
Thuvet
T'nira
Logan
Penelope Johnson
Selinski
Gavar
Itoh
Grunewalt
Clara Bernstein
Ricardo Montez
Caledon
Adams
Sait
Maginde
Jonas

ReferencesEdit

Andoria

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