By Eric Kotani
An alien scientist asks to affix Captain Kathryn Janeway within the research of an exceptional clinical locate. quickly Voyager is embroiled in a conflict of wills between numerous alien races -- every one motive on decimating entire worlds within the procedure.
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A pleasure meeting you, Captain. " "Glad to have you both aboard. Please follow me. " Janeway led her two guests into the meeting room off the bridge. For some reason Dr. Maalot was bothering her. There was something disturbing about the Lekk doctor that she couldn't put a finger on. Chakotay, Paris, Ensign Kim, Seven, and B'Elanna joined them. Janeway waited until all were seated, then turned to Lieutenant Tyla. "I'd like a brief account of how you have ended up in this situation? " "Captain," Dr.
It almost seemed as if sparks had flown from those green eyes. From what Janeway could see, the small craft's pilot wore what appeared to be a streamlined, dark-red tunic that did little to conceal her athletic upper body. Janeway had watched Tom turn around and raise his eyebrows at Ensign Kim when the alien first appeared. Janeway had ignored the look. Tuvok had reported that the small craft held only two, and was basically unarmed. Clearly not designed for deep space. The larger ship, however, was a different story.
Perfect," Janeway said. " "We are ready," Dr. Maalot said. He was beyond even trying to hide the excitement in his voice. Janeway smiled. "Good. " She tapped her combadge again.
Death of a Neutron Star (Star Trek Voyager, No 17) by Eric Kotani