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Interphase, Part 1 (Star Trek SCE (ebooks) #4)

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More than a century ago, the U.S.S. Defiant ™ disappeared with all hands into an interspatial rift deep in Tholian territory. Now the derelict ship has been seen drifting in and out of ordinary space, and the Tholian authorities have reluctantly agreed to let Starfleet retrieve the Defiant from the rift. Perhaps, at long last, the los
ebook, 103 pages
Published February 28th 2001 by Pocket Books/Star Trek (first published February 2001)
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The Tholians have asked Star Fleet to come to Tholian space in order to retrieve the Defiant, which has reappeared after 100 years from the rift it was lost in. All goes well until the DaVinci away team discovers a strange Tholian device in the cargo hold. When the Tholians hear what was found, they turn hostile and attack causing the Defiant to fade into interphase and threatening the crew on her.

The crew on the Defiant manages to come up with a creative way to get the ship back to norma
An interesting beginning to what I think will wind up being a very compelling story. The Tholians are engaging and enigmatic antagonists, and I enjoy seeing them used in Trek fiction. The cliffhanger ending works very well, and each of the featured characters are placed in positions where they are being tested, Duffy most of all. I'm eager to read the second half of the story and see where it all ends up. It is somewhat unfortunate that this story isn't compatible continuity-wise with the Enterp ...more
The Da Vinci gets a new mission, to rescue the USS Defiant (the original series one)from a rift. It's complicated by the fact that its in new allies territory. This is a clever idea and is mostly plot. It's nice to actually have Scotty in the story, albeit briefly. A good read.
Tim Walker
One of the better SCE novellas far - looking forward to part 2.
John Kirk
This wasn't a bad story, dealing with the reappearance of the Constitution class Defiant that had been caught in the Tholian web in a TOS episode, but it's unfortunate that it has now been contradicted by an episode of Enterprise.
Stephen Robertson
Good clean escapism here. :)
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