Star Trek: Where Time Stands Still (Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers Book 44)

Star Trek: Where Time Stands Still (Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers Book 44)

Dayton Ward

Language: English

Pages: 82

ISBN: B000FC297A

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Before the twenty-fourth-century adventures of David Gold, Sonya Gomez, and the crew of the U.S.S. da Vinci came the more rough-and-tumble Starfleet Corps of Engineers of the twenty-third century. In the wake of an incident involving the Starship Enterprise™ and the infamous Delta Triangle, Lieutenant Commander Mahmud al-Khaled and the crew of the run-down U.S.S. Lovell must "open" the Triangle -- and also find a lost generation ship that was last seen entering the phenomenon. But the mission grows even more complex when the Gorn arrive, demanding -- at gunpoint -- that the Gorn criminals inside the Triangle be returned to them.
A gripping new twenty-third-century drama in the tradition of Foundations ! WHERE TIME STANDS STILL

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would be my honor, sir.” Turning to the council members, he added, “Naturally, we would do the same for anyone who requested it.” “In the spirit of cooperation that is the hallmark of Elysia,” Devna replied, “we will do all we can to assist those who wish to leave. However, do not be surprised if your offer is received with less enthusiasm than you might expect.” While he respected his audience enough not to dispute out loud what the Orion woman said, Okagawa could not fathom anyone’s desire to

it seems to me that there’d be some kind of precedent for what I’m proposing. A colony that’s declared independence from its homeworld…something.” Shrugging, he added, “I’m sure there’s a legal expert or diplomat who can find some way to justify it and back us up, but saying they support our position and their being able to help us defend it are two different things entirely.” “Somehow I don’t think the Gorn are going to side with our lawyers or politicians,” al-Khaled said, shaking his head.

be closer. This, of course, meant navigating through the minefield. “Approaching the first mine now,” Grace reported. If the chief engineer was nervous, al-Khaled could detect no sign of it in the man’s voice. Instead, his attention was focused on his console and the viewing ports in front of him. He manipulated the Mizuki’s controls with the confidence and flair befitting his well-earned status as the most accomplished shuttlecraft pilot among the Lovell’s crew. “One moment,” Magen said, her

After a moment, she smiled and added, “Of course, my perception of age has changed since my arrival here in Elysia.” “It’s more a simple desire to learn than any real wisdom,” Abramowitz replied. “My role in Starfleet is to understand the many different cultures we come into contact with and to use that knowledge to build stronger friendships with them. I’m fortunate in that my duties are in actuality just extensions of a natural curiosity I’ve had all my life.” Saraven nodded in approval at

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