Imzadi (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 22, 2000 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Years before they served together on board the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM, Commander William Riker and ship's counselor Deanna Troi had a tempestuous love affair on her home planet of Betazed. Now, their passions have cooled and they serve together as friends. Yet the memories of that time linger and Riker and Troi remain Imzadi - a powerful Betazoid term that describes the enduring bond they still share.
During delicate negotiations with an aggressive race called the Sindareen Deanna Troi mysteriously falls ill and dies. But her death is only the beginning of the adventure for Commander Riker, an adventure that will take him across time, pit him against one of his closest friends, and force him to choose between Starfleet's strictest rule and the one he calls Imzadi.
  

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Review: Imzadi (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Leila Anani - Goodreads

Star Trek: The Next Generation novel exploring the Riker/Troi romance. Troi is assassinated and 40 years later Riker seizes the chance to go back in time and save her. This is an Star Trek excellent ... Read full review

Review: Imzadi (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

User Review  - Josie - Goodreads

So...I'm at my parents' house for the weekend, sleeping in my old bedroom and everything, and I've kinda been jonesing for some of my favorite Star Trek novels from high school. I read the TOS ones I ... Read full review

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46 The Cry of the Onlies
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47 The Kobayashi Maru
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48 Rules of Engagement
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49 The Pandora Principle
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50 Doctors Orders
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51 Enemy Unseen
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52 Home Is the Hunter
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11 Yesterdays
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12 Mutiny on the Enterprise
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13 The Wounded
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14 The Trellisane Confrontation
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15 Corona
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16 The Final Reflection
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The Search for Spock
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18 My Enemy My Ally
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19 The Tears of the Singers
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20 The Vulcan Academy Murders
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21 UhurasSong
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22 Shadow Lord
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23 Ishmael
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24 Killing Time
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25 Dwellers in the Crucible
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26 Pawns and Symbols
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27 Mindshadow
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28 Crisis on Ceniaurus
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29 Dreadnought
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30 Demons
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31 Batllestations
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32 Chain of Attack
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33 Deep Domain
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34 Dreams of the Raven
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35 The Romulan
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36 How Much for Just the Planet?
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37 Bloodthirst
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38 The IDIC Epidemic
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39 Time for Yesterday
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40 Timetrap
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41 The ThreeMinute Universe
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42 Memory Prime
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43 The Final Nexus
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44 Vulcans Glory
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53 Ghost Walker
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54 A Flag Full of Stars
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55 Renegade
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56 Legacy
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57 The Rift
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58 Face of Fire
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59 The Disinherited
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60 Ice Trap
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61 Sanctuary
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62 Death Count
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63 Shell Game
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64 TheStarship Trap
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65 Windows on a Lost World
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66 From the Depths
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67 The Great Starship Race
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68 Firestorm
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69 The Patrian Transgression
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70 Traitor Winds
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71 Crossroad
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72 The Better
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73 Recovery
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74 The Fearful Summons
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75 First Frontier
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76 The Captains Daughter
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77 Twilights
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78 The Rings ofTautee
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First Strike
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80 The Joy Machine
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81 Muddin Your
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1 Emissary 2 The Siege 3 Btoodletter 4 The Big Game
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10 Valhalla 11 Devil in the Sky 12 The Laertian Gamble 13 Station Rage 14 The Long Night
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Peter David is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous Star Trek novels, including the incredibly popular New Frontier series. In addition, he has also written dozens of other books, including his acclaimed original novel, Sir Apropos of Nothing, and its sequel, The Woad to Wuin.
David is also well known for his comic book work, particularly his award-winning run on The Incredible Hulk. He recently authored the novelizations of both the Spider-Man and Hulk motion pictures.
He lives in New York.

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