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Possession by J. M. Dillard
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Eighty years ago, bodiless entities brought a plague of violence and bloodshed to the planet Vulcan. The nightmare ended only when the entities were trapped inside special containers. Now, on the eve of a galaxy-scale scientific exposition, the containers have been opened, freeing the malevolent entities to possess the minds and bodies of all they encounter, including the crew of the "Starship Enterprise"™ . Friends turn into foes, and no one can be trusted as Captain Picard faces a deadly and insidious threat. Unless the entities can be stopped once more, they will spread their madness throughout the entire federation.… (more)



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Young Skel woke with a start, opening his eyes to the moonless black of Vulcan night.
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Hesitantly, Deanna Troi opened her empathic sense to the artifacts sitting in the containment field.

It hit hard, like a blow to the skull, as a torrential flood of sensory input invaded her mind. Her head snapped back as if she had been physically struck, causing her instinctively to hold up her hands to ward off the attack.
"What's happening to her?" she heard Picard demand, worry etched in his voice, but she could not respond to him. She could only fight for her own sanity.
Something was grasping her arms: Crusher, Picard, followed by Beverly shouting, but Deanna could no longer understand the words, could no longer do anything except fall into a maelstrom of emotion, hatred, rage. Dimly, she was aware of Picard lifting her in his arms and running out of hte room, as if he could outrace disaster and impending doom ...
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