Star trek: first contact : a novel

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Pocket Books, Dec 1, 1996 - Fiction - 276 pages
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From the deepest, darkest reaches of space came the greatest threat the Federation had ever faced: the Borg. Half organic/half mechanical, the Borg were relentless and bent on conquering and "assimilating" all intelligent life; a single Borg vessel destroyed 39 Federation starships, decimating Starfleet. Only the courage and determination of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew prevented the Borg from striking at the heart of the Federation and Earth itself in the year 2367. Picard and the USS Enterprise were able to score a stunning victory against the Borg. But all that has changed, and the Borg are back... Stronger and more dangerous than ever, they are ready to launch a new attack against the Federation, one that threatens its past... present... and future. Once again, Captain Picard, Commander Riker, Lieutenant Commander Data and the rest of the crew must face their greatest foe in a startling confrontation that will take them across time and put them face-to-face with their relentless enemy, revealing the Borg Collective's deadliest secret... and its true face.

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Review: First Contact (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Solomon Woytowich - Goodreads

I really love how Picard is portrayed in this book, much darker than he normally is. You get to see a whole new side of the Borg in this books, which I've always enjoyed. Read full review

Review: First Contact (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Sean Meriwether - Goodreads

This is one of the very few books I have ever read based on a movie; the last two were Videodrome and Star Wars, to give you some context. It was a perfectly fine verbatim capture of the film, but the ... Read full review

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