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The Rings of Tautee by Dean Wesley Smith
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A pre-warp race has created a disaster that has wiped out their system. Kirk and the Enterprise must find a way around the prime directive and the Klingons to save as many of the survivors as possible. A good book and enjoyable read. ( )
  dswaddell | May 16, 2010 |
A straightforward and enjoyable basic Star Trek adventure about an attempt to rescue a culture whose solar system is disintegrating, and the ethical dilemma that the Prime Directive puts Kirk into. Nothing special, but a return to the early days of the mission, and a fun read. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 20, 2007 |
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The gas giant Thesau, the ninth planet out from the star Tautee, expanded, then contracted, as if it were cookie dough in the hands of a huge, unseen child.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 067100171X, Mass Market Paperback)

The mischievous creature who calls himself Q has subjected Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the "Starship Enterprise" ™ to many of their strangest experiences. But little had been known of Q's curious existence or that of the advanced dimension from which he comes. But now Picard knows more than he ever dreamed about an ancient conflict whose consequences might spell
the doom of the entire galaxy.
The galactic barrier has fallen and Q's oldest enemy is free once more. Captain Picard and his crew find themselves in the middle of a cosmic war between vastly powerful entities. The future of the Federation may be at stake, but how can mere mortals turn the tide in such a superhuman battle? Picard has to find a way, or neither the Q Continuum nor the galaxy will survive.

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