“Star Trek: The Next Generation: Section 31: Rogue” Review by Blog.trekcore.com

Blog.trekcore.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: Section 31: Rogue”:

Published in 2001, and set six months before the events of Star Trek: First Contact, Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin’s Section 31 — Rogue is second in a series of four Section 31 series of novels published that year, which illustrated the first time Kirk, Picard, and Janeway each encountered the shadowy intelligence organization. By the time of this novel, Picard’s crew have moved onto their Sovereign-class home, getting used to life aboard the Enterprise-E. Rogue is best described as a political thriller, in which the Enterprise is dispatched to explore the disappearance of a Federation starship in orbit of a planet that is currently in the middle of a referendum: to decide whether to align themselves with the Federation or the Romulan Empire.

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Adam Selvidge
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