STARFLEET CORPS OF ENGINEERS
Long believed to be just a Nalori myth, the shii has turned out to he devastatingly real! The monster -- seemingly invulnerable, undeniably powerful, and completely rutbless -- as carved a swath through the Nalori construction project on the crystal planet of Sarindar. The project's supervisor, Commander Sonya Gomez, must find a way to stop the deadly creature before It destroys the entire project and its workers.
But when the truth behind the shii is revealed, Gomez realizes that even one of the S.C.E.'s top officers may not be able to solve every problem...
The exciting conclusion to the gripping, all-new two-pail adventure!
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Pocket Books/Star Trek
October 07, 2001
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Excerpt from Star Trek: Invincible Book Two by David Mack
Second officer's log, Lt. Commander Kieran Duffy, U.S.S. da Vinci, Stardate 53288.1
I'm worried about Sonnie. And I'm worried about me, too.
The da Vinci's still at yellow alert while we wait to find out what's happening at Deep Space 9. There's every possibility that another war with the Dominion is in the offing. If that's true, we're all in for a galaxy of trouble, especially since our first officer's so far away.
Commander Sonya Gomez, first officer of the da Vinci, my immediate superior, and a woman I have grown very fond of over the years, is right now in the very distant Nalori Republic. That distance, combined with the Nalori's lack of Federation relay stations, means that just a communication to her would take two days to arrive.
I've already sent her two messages, but haven't heard anything back. I hope she's okay. The Nalori don't like the Federation much, and only asked for her because they needed her expertise to help build a subspace accelerator, to help them get chimerium off the planet Sarindar.
A planet full of that super-dense ore is a great find, and I'm glad that we're getting to help mine it. I'm also glad that this will probably mean improved relations with the Nalori.
But I'm not glad that we're potentially on the brink of war, and Sonnie's so far away.
I miss her. And I'm worried about her.