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Series: The Next Generation, No. 21
Author(s): Bill McCay and Eloise Flood
Publication information
Published: paperback - 1 April 1992
Pages: 278
ISBN: ISBN 0671742647

Commander Riker must either give up the USS Enterprise or sacrifice his captain's life.

Contents

Introduction

While exploring a group of devastated class-M planets in a remote sector of space, the crew of the USS Enterprise is shocked to discover a group of Human slaves on a forbidding, glacial world. When the slaves revolt against their overseers, Captain Picard and his crew sympathize with the slaves' plight but cannot interfere in the conflict.
After the revolt is a success, Captain Picard learns that both the slaves and the overseers were controlled by a mysterious bird-like race called the Tseetsk, who are coming to reclaim their property. With the time running out, the rebels kidnap Captain Picard and Counselor Troi—drawing the USS Enterprise into the middle of their deadly plan of vengeance.

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References

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Characters

Beverly CrusherJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerDeanna Troi

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-D

Species and cultures

BetazoidHuman • Tseetsk

Other

chicken

Appendices

Connections

published order
Previous novel:
Spartacus
TNG numbered novels Next novel:
Imbalance
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Night Terrors
Pocket Next Adventure:
Identity Crisis

External link


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