|Series:||The Original Series, No. 8|
|Published:||paperback - January 1983|
- There is sabotage aboard the Enterprise, and Spock's investigation leads him into defiance of the Federation and a bizarre alliance with the Romulan and Klingon Empires against the bloodthirsty Tomarii—a savage race for whom war and battle are life itself.
- Now Spock has been declared a traitor and condemned to the shame of the Federation's highest security prison. And now Captain James Kirk must face the toughest decision of his command, while a lifelong friendship and the destiny of the free universe hang in the balance!
There is sabotage aboard the Enterprise, Captain Kirk is seriously injured and Spock's and Scotty's investigation leads them into defiance of the Federation and a bizarre alliance with the Romulan and Klingon Empires against the bloodthirsty Tomarii - a savage race for whom war and battle are life itself.
Now Spock has been declared a traitor and condemned to the shame of the Federation's highest security prison. And now Captain James Kirk must face the toughest decision of his command, while a lifelong friendship and the destiny of the free universe hang in the balance!
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- Astro • Black Fire • Bragg • Bryant • Christine Chapel • Liviana Charvanek • Pavel Chekov • Kingston Clark • Clea • Delus • Desus • Heath Douglas • Lucas Freed • Galicia • Gurt • Yolanda Helman • IIob • IIram • IIsa • Ellen Janest • Julina • Kasus • James T. Kirk • Klee • Alexander Leonidas • Jonah Levine • Linia • Lowry • Tim Macklen • Thorin Martin • Jabilo M'Benga • Leonard McCoy • Melek • Harry Needham • Pierce • Placus • Janice Rand • John Real • Relos • Montgomery Scott • Spock • Hikaru Sulu • Iko Tomako • Isabel Tomari • Nyota Uhura • unnamed Andorians (Andorian pirate) • unnamed Starfleet personnel • Cathy White
- Referenced only
- Ross Fontaine • Melchior • Festus Parker • Sarek
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- USS Enterprise (Constitution-class) • USS Hood (Constitution-class) • USS Potemkin (Constitution-class) • USS Raven (class AA starship) • USS Republic • USS Sackett (cruiser) • unnamed Federation starships (Starbase 12 cruiser, captured cruiser)
Stations and outpostsEdit
Planets and planetoidsEdit
- Corsair • Minos • Paxas • Romulus • Rontelm • Tomarii
- Referenced only
- Altos • Galor • Lithos II • Relus • Rigel I
Stars and systemsEdit
- Gamma 400 • Romulan system • Tomariian system (IIlan)
- Referenced only
- Alpha Centauri • Lithos • Rigel • Vega
Races and culturesEdit
States and organizationsEdit
- Klingon Defense Force • Klingon Empire • Romulan Imperial Fleet • Romulan Star Empire • Starfleet • Tomariian Empire • United Federation of Planets
- banana • begum • brandy • chess • cigar • cordrazine • Denite glow-gem • lauric-mono ethanolamide stearic diethanolamine sorbatin triolate • manuil • suicide • Tribidian crystal • trilithium • tri-ox
- New Starfleet uniforms are introduced on the Enterprise.
- Chekov is promoted to Lieutenant.
- This novel depicts the replacement of the TOS era Enterprise bridge module with a new version after a catastrophic explosion. This would place the events at some point before TOS movie, novelization & comic adaptation: The Motion Picture, when a new version is in place, and furthermore before the Enterprise was disassembled in TOS - The Lost Years novel: The Lost Years. However, several other sources depict the Enterprise finishing its five-year mission with the original bridge intact, including TNG novel: Crossover which shows the module being put into the Starfleet Museum. Further confusing the chronology of this is the cover image, depicting the refit Enterprise from after The Motion Picture.
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