Masks (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 22, 2000 - Fiction - 288 pages
15 Reviews
The Enterprise™ journeys to Lorca, a beautiful world where the inhabitants wear masks to show their rank and station. There, Captain Picard and an away team begin a quest for the planet's ruler and the great Wisdom Mask that the leader traditionally wears. Their mission: establish diplomatic relations.
But Picard and his party lose contact with the ship, and Commander Riker leads a search party down to the planet to find them.
Both men are unaware that their searchs are part of a madman's plan. A madman who is setting a trap that will ensnare both landing parties, and leave him poised to seize control of the awesome Wisdom Mask...
And the planet Lorca itself.

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Review: Masks (Star Trek: The Next Generation #7)

User Review  - Carolyn Snow - Goodreads

This book was absolutely amazing... the best I've read so far in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series. A complex and beautiful plot, involving so many of the characters on the ship, and a ... Read full review

Review: Masks (Star Trek: The Next Generation #7)

User Review  - Jeff Gallagher - Goodreads

The first chapter sets up an interesting yarn. To bad it devolves into a silly, tiresome, and predictable adventure. Read full review


Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen

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About the author (2000)

John Vornholt is the author of is the author of two of the New York Times bestselling Star Trek: The Next Generation Dominion War books, the successful two-book Star Trek: The Next Generation series Gemworld, and several other Star Trek novels, including Quarantine, Antimatter, Sanctuary, War Drums, Rogue Saucer and Mind Meld. He lives in Tuscon, AZ.

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