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Strike Zone by Peter David
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This is a character development driven novel. Peter David does an excellent job of providing scenes that flesh out small gaps in the back-story of characters and gaps between television episodes. I thought the dialogue between Data and Dr. Pulaski were very good. ( )
  Hedgepeth | Aug 24, 2014 |
Reading this proves that Peter David has improved tremedously as a writer in the past 15 years. He's my favorite Star Trek writer (along with Diane Duane), but in this one there was little to set him apart from the rest of them. I'd say "nothing," but even in this early work you see traces of the humor that permeates even the darkest of his works.

The title has very little to do with the story. ( )
  lunza | Feb 26, 2006 |
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Deep in the uncharted regions of our galaxy, the Kreel, a primitive, warlike race have stumbled upon weapons powerful beyond their wildest imagination. The Kreel have used those weapons to attack their most bitter enemies, the Klingons.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM are called in to mediate the dispute by ferrying diplomatic teams from the two warring races to the source of their conflict, the mysterious planet where the weapons were discovered in an attempt to find a peaceful solution to the conflict, and discover the origins of the super-powerful weapons.

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