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No Surrender (Star Trek: S.C.E., #13)

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The Kursican Orbital Incarceration Platform -- known as "the Plat" -- is the primary prison facility for Kursican, a world applying for Federation membership. When the Plat malfunctions, the da Vinci is sent to Kursican to board and repair the out-of-control orbital station.

But the da Vinci crew finds itself in the midst of a political firestorm, as the malfunction is th

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Published February 11th 2002 by Pocket Books
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Jun 05, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: star-trek, e-books, sce
Captain David Gold finally gets some interesting character moments, and we see what duty to the Federation and Starfleet means to him. The primary antagonist comes across as fairly deluded and a little off-his-rocker. I would have been interested to see a more reasoned debate from him, with a legitimate argument rather than the dangerous threat of violence that automatically makes his character unreasonable. Still, an interesting story with a few good action sequences that made this a sufficient ...more
Rich Meyer
An okay entry in the SCE/COE series. Nothing really outstanding, as many of the others were. This does give us a bit more background on Captain Gold, so it's worth a read for the Trek fan.
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Interesting to see the federation from another perspective, some thoughts on contact.
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