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A Time to Be Born by John Vornholt
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Data makes a decision which endangers the Enterprise and Captain Picard's future career in Starfleet.

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A fairly slow start to the 'A Time To' arch - but still entertaining enough a page turner to not recommend skipping.
As a fan of TNG, how can you not read this arch - designed to make clear the timeline up to Nemesis (also the death of Data), all the more valued by fandom seeing as Star Trek got a reboot with the success of the recent movie. Where does this leave the cast of TNG, other than rooted in an uncertain future of the new TOS.
I loved TNG, better than TOS and the various spin-offs - and I am eager to continue with this series.

A return of Wesley, Data and Picard on trial, an interesting and fertile backdrop - namely the mess left behind after one of the most gruesome battles of the Dominion war. Good stuff, just not all that groundbreaking by itself. I expect good things both from the follow-up novel, and the series which they began.
  Daedalus18 | Aug 26, 2010 |
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The gaunt woman, wearing a ragged shift and shoes made of discarded insulation material, knelt in the gully and ran her fingers through the grimy soil.
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