Star Trek The Next Generation: Unification

Star Trek The Next Generation: Unification

by Jeri Taylor

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Based on the epic two-part television episode, here now is the story STAR TREK™ fans have awaited for five long years, the story that bring together Spock -- the enigmatic Vulcan who personified the original, classic STAR TREK -- with the crew of the Next Generation.
Screenwriter Teri Taylor brings all the excitement and wonder that have captivated fans of the smash television series STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION™ to this story of Spock's forbidden journey into the heart of the Romulan Empire -- and the U.S.S. Enterprise's desperate attempts to discover the reasons for his mission there.
Join now with Captain Picard, Lieutenant Commander Data, and the rest of the Next Generation crew on a voyage of unsurpassed adventure, a voyage that brings them to the edge of history -- and forces them to confront a shattering betrayal!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780743420730
Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
Publication date: 09/22/2000
Series: Star Trek: The Next Generation Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 310,630
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Jeri Taylor is a co-creator and executive producer of Star Trek: VoyagerTM. She also served as an executive producer for Star Trek: The Next Generation®. She lives in California.

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Star Trek The Next Generation: Unification 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Novelizations allow me to test my insights against a professional writer's views. Confirming much of what I see in events and characters, and gaining additional awareness of each. Surprisingly Dokachin, the head of the Surplus Depot, wasn't as clueless as he appeared on screen. He knew what Will and the Enterprise crew thought of him, he just didn't care. Until the Enterprise started investigating the disappearance of the Tripoli, then he developed a camaraderie for crew. I enjoyed reading the thoughts of Sela. Her hatred of her human side, and of how her mother had been a prisoner. She hated Tasha for betraying her father. Sela had heard her mom talk about talk about them and the Enterprise, until Tasha's execution when Sela was four. She hated Picard and Data, because Tasha was always loyal to them. What I loved was gaining insight into the bond between Spock and Picard. They were both Star Fleet Officers, and both Enterprise Crew Men. The intricacies of how the mind meld between Sarek and Picard affected how they saw each other was intriguing. Some part of Sarek lived in Picard. Spock was 100 years older than Picard, but to some degree Picard was a Father Figure to Spock. After sharing danger together, and stopping a Romulan Invasion together they were even more than that - each admiring the other's strength and intelligence.
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Just like all TNG books