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Artist: The Non-Gank Reckin' Crew

Date Released: Fall 2007

Label: NGRC Productions

Produced By: AJG & F-A-K-E

Contents

Tracklisting:

  1. [[Song 1:Artist|Song 1]]
  2. [[Song 2:Artist|Song 2]]

Review:

The Return was the 2nd release from The Non-Gank Reckin' Crew. It was abandoned ever since NGRC broke up as a group and untied as a label. It was due out Fall 2007.

Previous Album

The Killa & The Devil

Next Album

n/a

Further Reading


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Memory-beta

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Series: The Original Series
Author(s): William Shatner with Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Publication information
Published: Hardcover - April 1996
Reprint(s): Paperback - April 1997
Pages: 371
ISBN: Hardcover: ISBN 0671526103
Paperback: ISBN 067152609X
Omnibus: Odyssey
Chronology
Date: September 2371

The Return is the second novel in the Odyssey trilogy. It was a New York Times bestseller.

Contents

Introduction (blurb)

Veridian III: A world has been saved, the USS Enterprise 1701-D lies in ruins, and one of the galaxy's greatest heroes rests beneath a simple cairn of rocks on a lonely hillside. But as a legendary Vulcan ambassador comes at last to the grave of his best and dearest friend, the adventure is only beginning.

The Borg and the Romulan Star Empire have joined forces against the Federation, and their ultimate weapon is none other than James T. Kirk, resurrected by alien science to destroy the Borg's most formidable enemy: Jean-Luc Picard.

The astounding return of Kirk-as only William Shatner can tell it!

Summary

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Characters

Julian BashirBeverly CrusherDataJames T. KirkGeordi La ForgeJohn LewinskiLeonard McCoyJean-Luc PicardQuarkWilliam T. RikerSalatrelElizabeth ShelbySimmSpockVoxWorf

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Referenced only

Pavel ChekovKerasHikaru SuluV'Ger

References

Starships and vehicles

IRW Avatar of Tomed (D'deridex-class) • USS Bozeman (Soyuz-class) • USS Challenger (Galaxy-class) • USS CydoniaUSS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • USS Farragut (Nebula-class) • USS Hoagland (Miranda-class) • USS Monitor (Defiant-class) • Tesla-class

Locations

Almron PreserveCore Frontier • Dante Base • Dante FieldDarthaDeep Space 9New TitanQo'noSRomulusStarbase 804TrilexHypercube station

Races and cultures

BorgHumanKlingonRomulanVulcan

States and organizations

Borg CollectiveChironsalaRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetStarfleet Research and DevelopmentUnited Federation of Planets

Other

23402371Ancient Vulcanarhksamm treeaurotoBattle of Icarus IVblas rikaBorg droneburialCentral Nodek'hartaghkrenchananitesnanotechnologyPulse wandRaLk’jo bat’telhSpeaker of the Borg Collective • thrustergun • transwarptranswarp conduitVulcan ReformationWarrior's Tongue

Information

  • Audiocassette: ISBN 0671856359
  • Large print: ISBN 1568953593

Translations

  • French: ISBN 2265063576
  • German:
    • Title: Die Rückkehr
    • Publisher: Heyne
    • ISBN: 3453161785
    • Published: 1999

Related stories

Connections

Star Trek Novels by William Shatner
Odyssey: The Ashes of Eden The Return Avenger
Mirror Universe: Spectre Dark Victory Preserver
Totality: Captain's Peril Captain's Blood Captain's Glory
The Academy: Collision Course Trial Run -
published order
Previous novel:
The Ashes of Eden
TOS novels Next novel:
Avenger
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Ashes of Eden
Framing Story
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
Avenger
Prologue
Previous Adventure:
The Ashes of Eden
Framing Story
Pocket Next Adventure:
Avenger
Prologue

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Halo

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The Return is the 12th short story in Halo: Evolutions - Essential Tales of the Halo Universe. Written by Kevin Grace, this story follows a Sangheili Ship Master as he travels back to the human colony world Kholo. This story takes place after the events of Halo 3 in which the Sangheili are no longer serving the San 'Shyuum.

Plot

Set six years after the end of The Human-Covenant War, a Sangheili Shipmaster returns to the glassed colony of Kholo in order to find forgiveness for his sins. He lonely ventures through the remains of the colony occasionally remembering the glorious days of when he interrogated a human pilot and glassed the colony and the sadder days of the Covenant Civil War.

He experiences flashbacks where he showed his loyalty to the Prophet of Conviction by glassing Kholo. Years later, when the Jiralhanae betrayed the Sangheili over High Charity, the Shipmaster confronted the ever-ready Conviction, and successfully disarmed him. The Shipmaster exposed the Prophet's deception and killed him all in front of his crew.

Present day, after several days of searching, he discovers Jackal pirates fighting human survivors. After killing the Jackals he finds a lone Human survivor. Realizing the survivor would soon be dead, the Shipmaster leaves him and continues looking around the base. Soon, he finds photos of humans pestering with Forerunner technology. Realizing this could be what he was looking for, he returns to the human survivor and calls for help.

Trivia

  • The Return follows a unique writing style in which as the Ship Master recalls past experiences, the text turns to italics to indicate a shift to a previous time period.

Sources


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