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By Pamela Sargent George Zebrowski

The Hawking left Earth through the twenty first Century on a one-way project to colonize international. because of the relativistic results of pre-warp trip, it truly is group has elderly simply thirty years whereas centuries have handed open air the send. whilst the Starship company™ involves the rescue of the malfunctioning Hawking, the colonists locate themselves thrust right into a universe and an period that has left them at the back of. Captain Kirk intends to assist the colonists alter as most sensible he can, however the activity isn't really an easy one. The novices are survivors of a extra violent, extra paranoid time -- and the have introduced outdated suspicions, and an historic weapon of mass destruction, right into a international of unforeseen demanding situations and hazards.

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McCoy stepped onto the moving surface of the running platform, gripped the handrail, and began his warmup. "Helping build a new settlement," the chief physician said, "with recently arrived settlers and their children is the best mental therapy I can think of. " Ilsa Soong chuckled. " The doors to the gym opened again; Spock and Scotty came into the room, followed by Farley Longstreet. "Captain," Scotty called out, "we've just beamed back from the Hawking. " "As it happens," Kirk said, "we were just in the middle of discussing our guests.

Spock. " He slipped his tricorder under his belt. "We'd best be getting back to the Enterprise. " Kirk was just finishing his workout on one of the running platforms when Leonard McCoy and Ilsa Soong came into the gymnasium. They wore loose shirts and pants, obviously prepared for a workout of their own. As Kirk stepped away from the running platform, McCoy leaned past him to look at the gauges on the machine's handrail. "The usual slow, steady, strong heart rate," McCoy said. " Kirk smiled and reached for a towel.

It is good to talk with a countryman from my future, Pavel Andreievich," Glakov said in Russian as Chekov handed him a cup of tea. " The man's dark eyes were warm, his expression open; he did not strike Chekov as a criminal, although a skilled confidence man or swindler might seem equally congenial. He had introduced Chekov to a few of his companions, none of whom had seemed especially uneasy around Glakov. All of that, Chekov reminded himself, might mean only that his relative had formed strong friendships aboard the Hawking, which was not surprising given what he and his comrades had faced.

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