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Doomsday World by Carmen Carter
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The planet Kirlos -- an artificial world built by a mysterious long-dead race called the Ariantu. Kirlos is now home to many races from both the Federation and the K'vin Hegemony, who have enjoyed years of peaceful co-existence and profitable trade. The planet also hold a wealth of undiscovered archaeological treasures, which the "Enterprise™ " and its crew are dispatched to help uncover. Sent to the surface to assist an archaeological team, Geordi, Data, and Worf soon find themselves cut off from the "Enterprise" -- and the prime suspects in a series of terrorist attacks. The three "Enterprise" crewmen are imprisoned, relations between the K'vin and the Federation begin to crumble, and Kirlos' ancient underground machinery awakens from a centuries long dormancy, primed to release the most powerful destructive force ever known.… (more)

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This story puts Data, Worf, and Geordi on a mission together. It is as enjoyable as it sounds. ( )
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for being behind me all the way.
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And to Katie and Robbie for the sheer joy of it all.
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First officer William Riker sat in the command chair of the Enterprise and longed to be the captain of a Galaxy-class starship.
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    THE PHOTON PULSE FILLED THE VIEWSCREEN ...

"Conn," Picard snapped, "all power to ..."

But he never finished the command. because the energy bolt never made contact. Incredibly, the torpedo missed the Enterprise/ and curved away, still gathering speed before it finally faded into nothing.

"What the hell?" Picard stared at the image.

"Sir, there's a wormhole out there," the lieutenant answered.

"Merde," Picard exclaimed, suddenly wishing for the simple threat of a photon torpedo. A wormhole was far more treacherous and more deadly ....
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