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Invincible, Part 1 (Star Trek SCE (ebooks) #7)

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One of the S.C.E.'s top officers, Commander Sonya Gomez, is assigned to supervise a project on the crystal planet of Sarindar -- helping the reclusive and hostile Nalori harness a valuable new ore. Morale is low and the project is behind schedule. Gomez must get the workers up to speed and on track -- a task made more difficult by the Nalori

Unbound, 83 pages
Published August 15th 2001 by Pocket Books (first published August 1st 2001)
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Crystal Bensley
Feb 13, 2016 Crystal Bensley rated it really liked it
Cool short novel- can't wait to read part 2!
Nov 14, 2013 Dan rated it really liked it
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A very interesting setup here in part one, and a cliffhanger ending that makes me eager to find out what happens. The first-person narrative style is interesting, and a departure from the norm is always welcome. Good character development and a suspenseful tone made this story one worth reading. Here's hoping that the payoff in part two is just as good!

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Rich Meyer
Nov 26, 2014 Rich Meyer rated it it was amazing
Part 1 on the next two-part Starfleet Corps of Engineers adventure is another winner, this time featuring a solo tale of Selena Gomez. Gomez is sent as the Federation rep to a crystalline planet, only to find a mythical creature on the surface. Great characterization and a fun story, the hallmarks of this series, pervade this narrative. Recommended!
May 16, 2014 Angela rated it liked it
An engineer is sent to a crystal planet to take command of a project. The natives dont like women or the Federation. This is a fun, short story told mostly in log entries. It's all about the engineer proving herself to her team. A good read.
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A fun little side story, not a lot of engineering, but still a good character development idea.
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David Mack is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels of science-fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations trilogies.

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