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The Last Stand (Star Trek: The Next Generation #37)

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In the middle of a routine mapping mission, Captain Picard and the crew of the "U.S.S. Enterprise" TM encounter a culture just on the edge of developing warp drive technology. When they survey the planet, they are startled by the sudden approach of thousands of spacecraft from an aggressive alien race bent on destroying this emerging culture. Picard has only days to resolv ...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by Pocket Books
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Angela
Two races are at war, and have held the hatred for thousands of years. The Enterprise tries to help. A different sort of story for this series, a bit more serious than normal. Troi, Picard and Riker are spotlighted in this one. A good read.
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Yet another Star Trek story and not a bad one at that. I liked it and swallowed it in 3 dayes. The ending however I thought was a bit thin and VERY quickly done.
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There's only one bookstore (secondhand) on the strip off Borocay beach, and the pickings are pretty slim. This looked promising but is actually one of the lesser Trek novels I've read, eschewing action for lots of talking. Too much Troi and Riker, not enough Data. Interesting if familiar setup - another one of those Prime Directive-pooing peace-keeping deals, an obvious metaphor for UN/US intervention in any number of conflicts. If only the UN/US were as unselfish (and wily) as Jean-Luc Picard. ...more
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Brad Ferguson (born 1953) is an American science fiction author.

He worked as a writer, editor and producer for CBS in New York, and is the author of a number of Star Trek tie-in novels, several short stories, and the post-holocaust novel The World Next Door.

He is married to scientist Kathi Ferguson, with whom he collaborated on one novel.
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