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Tooth and Claw (Star Trek: The Next Generation #60)

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Ntignano was a populated world with a perfect sununtil the right technology fell into the wrong hands. Now the sun is failing quickly, and the Starship Enterprise has just one chance to evacuate the fleeing refugees. Captain Jean-Luc Picard must succeed in delicate negotiations with the only people who canhelp them: a prickly neighboring species known as the Tsorans.

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ebook, 272 pages
Published July 11th 2001 by Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing (first published January 30th 2001)
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Joshua Palmatier
Trying to catch up on my Star Trek reading. If you notice, this one came out in 2001, so I'm WAY far behind. *grin*

The basic premise here is that one planet has screwed up their sun and it's going to go supernova. But the evacuation can't happen because there are spatial anomalies in the region and Starfleet doesn't have maps of the safe passages through that area. However, another close planet does, and Starfleet doesn't have time to safely map the region and save the evacuees. So the Captain J
If you enjoy Star Trek books, you'll probably enjoy this one. It did a better-than-fair job of portraying the established characters, puts them in a situation that is novel and moderately interesting, and has them interact with a fairly interesting and well-thought-out alien culture. And if I could have done without Data being an annoying twit, that's pretty much par for the course; he was no worse here than he was in many of the TV episodes, especially the early ones. Still, somehow despite all ...more
This is the kind of book that fans will enjoy. The characters are perfect! The situation is exciting. It is everything a Trek adventure should be. Ms. Durgin has captured the Trek formula with stellar results. This book would make and excellent TV episode. It is lots of fun, and I truly hope Ms. Durgin will write more Next Generation novels
The Enterprise has to get some star charts to save millions. Picard negotiates with the person who has them, while Riker goes on a hunt with the representative's son. This is a lot of fun, and you can easily imagine it being a tv episode. It is mainly a Riker story, but does not lose anything because of this. Riker teaching a young man about what leadership is while fighting monsters is always good. A good read.
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