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Novelization of the two-part episode.

DescriptionEdit

The starship Enterprise (NX-01) has carried its crew farther into the reaches of space than any Human has ever traveled. Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, they have charted new stars, explored planets, and made first contact with many alien races.
The Paraagan deep-space colony was just another first contact, unusual in only two aspects: it was a matriarchal society, and the atmosphere was filled with a highly volatile gas. But the officers of Enterprise knew how to handle the shuttlepod, and they understood the Paraagan landing protocols. As the shuttlepod descended, they closed the plasma vents, certain that nothing could escape and ignite the gas.
Thirty-six hundred colonists were vaporized in the blast. Every building, every living thing, everything on the surface was destroyed in the fireball. Could the Enterprise crew have caused the destruction?
Recalled, Archer knows that the Vulcan High Command has convinced Starfleet of what they have long insisted. Humans are not ready for deep-space exploration.
But these were not the events as history recorded them. No one died. Enterprise was never recalled. This is the startling information offered by the mysterious Crewman Daniels—who claims to be from the thirty-first century and a foot soldier in the Temporal Cold War. Archer sets out to prove Enterprise's innocence. But time is a swiftly moving river in whose deadly rapids Enterprise is caught. Is there really anything they can do?

ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

Part I charactersEdit

Jonathan ArcherDanielsMaxwell ForrestAlex GaetaJamran HarnothHaynemTravis MayweatherPhloxMalcolm ReedHoshi SatoSilikT'PolCharles Tucker III
Referenced only 
Henry ArcherKlaang

Part II charactersEdit

Jonathan ArcherDanielsMaxwell ForrestJamran HarnothTravis MayweatherPhloxRaanMalcolm ReedHoshi SatoSilikSovalT'PolCharles Tucker IIIMarcus Williams
Referenced only 
Mary CahillDick FrancisFullerP.D. JamesNaimanRay RosenbaumGore VidalH.G. Wells

Novelization charactersEdit

Jonathan ArcherChefElizabeth CutlerDanielsDanikMaxwell ForrestFraddockGratJamran HarnothJ. KellyKlevTravis MayweatherPhloxPorthosRaanMalcolm ReedMichael RostovHoshi SatoSilikSovalT'PolCharles Tucker IIIMarcus Williams
Referenced only 
Henry ArcherMandai BaatlZefram CochraneLeonardo da VinciBenjamin FranklinMaagla FremaaFullerSamuel GardnerW.M. JefferiesKlaangDaavico LoangNaimanTaylorKeyla TerranaH.G. WellsOrville WrightWilbur Wright

Starships and vehiclesEdit

DFC D'Kyr Enterprise (NX-01)Shuttlepod 1Shuttlepod 2Suliban cell shipSuliban stealth cruiser
Referenced only 
Fraddock's transport shipfreighterinspection podRutan Voyager

LocationsEdit

Earth (San FranciscoSan Francisco BayStarfleet Headquarters) • Paraagan IISuliban Helix
Referenced only 
Agosoria NebulaDetention Complex Twenty-Six • Earth (AustraliaBrazilEast AfricaEmbarcaderoVulcan CompoundZefram Cochrane Elementary School) • Earth Starfleet SpacedockLunaNew SausalitoP’JemParaagan Northern CoastParaagan Southern DesertQo'noSParaagan homeworldRisaSuliban homeworldTandar PrimeTandar Sector

Races and culturesEdit

DenobulanFraddock's speciesHumanSulibanTandaranVulcan
Referenced only 
AndorianKlingonKreetassanParaagan

States and organizationsEdit

Command CouncilConfederacy of VulcanInterspecies Medical ExchangeStarfleet CommandSuliban CabalUnited EarthUnited Earth Starfleet
Referenced only 
Romulan Star EmpireStarfleet Design CenterStarfleet MedicalUnited Federation of PlanetsVulcan High CommandVulcan Science DirectorateWarp Five Program

Ranks and titlesEdit

aideastronautcaptainchief engineerchief medical officercolonelcommandercommunications officercontortionistcrewmaneducatorensignfirst officerhelmsmanlieutenantlieutenant junior grademagistratemajormineroperations supervisorpilgrimprodigyreceptionistscience officersecurity officersoldierstewardsubcommandertemporal agentVulcan Ambassador to United Earth

Science and technologyEdit

antimatter cascadeantimatter junctionantimatter streamatmosphereatmospheric analysisautostabilizerbinary starbiobedbloodboro-carbonbyproductcarrier wavechaos theoryChicken and the eggcloaking generatorcommunicationscommunicatorcomputerconcussioncopperdata discdecoupling pindisruptorDNAelectricityEM signatureemitter algorithmEPS conduitEPS gridflashlightgenetic engineeringgigawattgrapplergravityhydrogenhyposprayjawkilometermaglockmagnetic locking clampmedical scannermillimeterminingnebulapaddparticle weaponparts per millionphase cannonphase discriminatorphase devicephase pistolplasmaplasma ductplasma exhaustplasma stormplasma streampolarized hull platingpositronpositronic conductorprobeprotostarquantum beaconquantum discriminatorrespiratory systemribrib cagescannersedativesensorsensor gridspace-time scannerspatial torpedostellar nurserystun grenadesub-temporal harmonictachyontachyon radiationtemporal signaturetetrazinetime portaltime machinetime traveltractor beamtransportertruth serumwarp corewarp reactor breachwarp drivewarp fieldwarp five enginewarp manifoldwarp nacellewave function

Other referencesEdit

21322144215119th century20th century21st century28th century31st centuryAlong Came a SpiderampouleanalogyangelAnnieapartmentAprilbeeBible moviebicycleThe Bodybookboomerbread puddingbreakfastCarpoolchameleonThe Chapel of Saint-Christophecheesecircusclaustrophobiacoffeecolorful metaphorconcreteconference calldecontamination chamberdogDriving ForceEarth Starfleet uniformeggEnglish languageequal rightsflashlightGanglandgazelleGreat Plume of AgosoriaGreekhigh schoolHollywoodhorseshoeIndustrial Ageinternment campJanovaJefferies tubeladleLatinlaunch baylemonlibrarylockerlogicmatriarchymedkitmonasterymonumentmothballmuseumnight-lightorange juicepajamapaperA Perfect Wife and MotherpilgrimagepinkskinA Place Called FreedomPlanet of the ApesThe PrincessrationretirementrobeThe Romulan Star Empireschoolsensor logSlopesspatial coordinatesStatue of Libertysuicidesymbiotic lifeformtanktopTargets of OpportunityTechnological Agetelephone party lineTemporal Accordtemporal chamberTemporal Cold WarTemporal ObservatoryThe TravelerutopiavideoVulcan nerve pinchwaterwater polo

ChronologyEdit

2151
2152
31st century

AppendicesEdit

ImagesEdit

Novelization imagesEdit

Episode imagesEdit

ConnectionsEdit

Star Trek: Enterprise prose publications
Novelizations Broken BowShockwaveThe Expanse
Original novels set during the series By the BookWhat Price Honor?Surak's SoulDaedalusDaedalus's ChildrenLast Full MeasureRosetta
set after the series The Good That Men DoKobayashi MaruThe Romulan War (Beneath the Raptor's WingTo Brave the Storm) • Rise of the Federation (A Choice of FuturesTower of BabelUncertain LogicLive by the CodePatterns of Interference )
published order
Previous episode:
Two Days and Two Nights (before Part 1); Carbon Creek (before Part 2)
Enterprise episode produced Next episode:
Minefield
Previous episode:
Two Days and Two Nights
Enterprise episode aired Next episode:
Carbon Creek
Previous novelization:
Broken Bow
Enterprise novelizations Next novelization:
The Expanse
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Cabin E-14
Pocket Next Adventure:
Carbon Creek
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2152.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in four other timeframes:
Previous Adventure:
Egg Drop Soup
2151
chapter 6
Next Adventure:
Broken Bow
Previous Adventure:
Cold Front
2151
chapter 7
Next Adventure:
Dear Doctor
Previous Adventure:
Detained
2152
chapter 16
Next Adventure:
Vox Sola
Previous Adventure:
Personal Log
31st century Next Adventure:
The Law of Averages


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