“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 44 The Death Of Princes” Review by Deepspacespines.com

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In today’s episode, two storylines get equal custody of the book. In one, Picard and Crusher investigate a nasty bird flu, but the way their hosts treat them won’t fly if they don’t want to wind up with an empty nest. In the other, Riker and Troi run damage control on a rogue observer whose shabby treatment of the Prime Directive demonstrates exactly why they have it in the first place. Can you get addicted to phaser stuns? Will Barclay ever find a completely healthy way to unwind? And how do you know if you’re a main character or an NPC? All this and more in The Death of Princes, the book with hands across the water, hands across the sky.

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Adam Selvidge
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