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Can the Starship Enterprise prevent the Second Romulan War?

Summary Edit

From the book jacket
At last, the United Federation of Planets and the Romulan Star Empire have agreed to meet on neutral ground to attempt to resolve the tangle of intrigue and conspiracy that began with the hijacking of the USS Intrepid many years ago – but the meeting may be as dangerous as the war they hope to prevent.
As a show of good faith, the crew of the legendary Starship Enterprise has been ordered to attend the talks. In their informal charge is Romulan renegade Ael, the wanted fugitive who, with Kirk served as a catalyst to the current troubles. Kirk must represent the interests of the Federation first and foremost, but the best approach to an agreement remains muddled in the ever-shifting Romulan order.
And the visiting Romulan party is as fractious and divided as their troubled world. Among the Romulan nobles in attendance are the hero and popular Senator Arrhae, who secretly helped rescue Dr. Leonard McCoy from a Romulan execution, and the very men and women who put McCoy on trial for treason – and tried to carry out the sentence.
As Kirk and crew attempt to renegotiate a delicate peace, and Romulans attempt to restore their tarnished honor, it becomes increasingly apparent hat their only course of action is to prepare for war!

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Background information Edit

  • This book starts at chapter six, where the previous Rihannsu novel left off at chapter five; likewise, both novels end with To be continued. Six years later, a concluding book, The Empty Chair, was finally released.
  • This is the first chronological (though non-canon) mention of the Romulans using a quantum singularity to power their starships instead of using a warp core.

Characters Edit

James T. Kirk
Spock
Montgomery Scott
Doctor Leonard McCoy
Uhura
Hikaru Sulu
Pavel Chekov
M'Benga
Ael t'Rllailleu 
Romulan fugitive, commander of the Bloodwing
Aidoann 
Romulan antecenturion serving on the Bloodwing, Ael's second-in-command and cousin;
Khiy 
Romulan antecenturion serving on the Bloodwing
t'Hrienteh 
Romulan officer serving on the Bloodwing
tr'Keirianh 
Romulan chief engineer of the Bloodwing
tr'AAnikh 
Bloodwing officer
Robert Fox
Samuel Cogley
Hloal t'Illialhle 
Praetor of the Romulan Senate, and widow of the commander of the Battlequeen, destroyed by the Federation in My Enemy, My Ally - easily the most militant delegate sent to the talks with the Federation.

References Edit

Lake Champlain 
Federation ship, destroyed in battle
Sempach 
the flagship of the task force sent to negotiate with the Romulans, the second of the new Constellation class starships.
Gorget 
Pillion 
Speedwell 
the third of the Constellation class starships built;
Ortisei
Nimrod
Hemalat
Lailaru 
a nomadic spacefaring culture made up of several different species, trusted to act as neutral hosts for the negotiations; the Lailaru previously appeared in Duane's TNG: novel Dark Mirror.

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#95: Swordhunt Pocket TOS
Numbered novels
#97: In the Name of Honor
Rihannsu  The Bloodwing Voyages

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