Star Trek #72: The Better Man

Star Trek #72: The Better Man

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by Howard Weinstein, John Ordover
     
 

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The Better Man

When the planet Empyrea, a colony of genetically perfected human beings, demands that the Federation remove a science station which has been in place for nearly twenty years, the Starship Enterprise™ is assigned to transport to the planet the Federation ambassador who negotiated with the Empyreans long ago -- an

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The Better Man

When the planet Empyrea, a colony of genetically perfected human beings, demands that the Federation remove a science station which has been in place for nearly twenty years, the Starship Enterprise™ is assigned to transport to the planet the Federation ambassador who negotiated with the Empyreans long ago -- an ambassador who was once Dr. McCoy's closest friend, but is now a bitter rival.

On Empyrea, McCoy discovers Anna, a daughter he never knew he had. McCoy soon realizes that the isolationist Empyreans must not learn her father is an off-worlder, and that her genes are less than "perfect." As relations with the Empyreans collapse around him, McCoy must find a way to save his newfound daughter from the harshest penalty her planet can impose!


Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780671869120
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
12/01/1994
Series:
Star Trek: All Series , #72
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.21(w) x 6.79(h) x 0.79(d)

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Star Trek #72 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just really well written! McCoy's cleverness and smart-ass personality are definatly shown in this book 'Like when he's annoying, and arguing with, his captor' A good book that is a must read for all McCoy fans. Plus, if your a Scotty fan, you'll love the side story with him and Spock having to deal with a stuck up Empyrean. The Engineer's anger is higher lit than ever before!