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Dwellers in the Crucible
September 1985 Cover Image


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 BOOK DETAILS

  • 308 Pages
  • September 1985
  • Book #25
  • Pocket Books
  • Paperback
  • $3.95 U.S.
  • $3.95 Canada
ISBN: 0-671-60373-6

DWELLERS IN THE CRUCIBLE

By: Margaret Wander Bonanno

Warrantors of Peace: The Federation's
daring experiment to prevent war among
its members.  Each Warrantor, man
or woman, is hostage for the government
of his native world - and is
instantly killed if that world breaks the peace.

Now Romulans have kidnapped six
Warrantors, to foment political chaos -
and then civil war - within the Federation.

Captain Kirk must send Sulu
to infiltrate Romulan territory, find
the hostages, and bring them back alive -
before the Federation self-destructs!



TREKKIEGUY'S REVIEW


Do you really think the Federation would DO something like that?
If the members of the Federation had to provide a
one-person hostage as a guarantee not to fight with each other,
then the Federation is in BIG TROUBLE!

This is a VERY silly story idea.
Unless you're determined to read every
Trek novel, feel free to skip this one.

I should give this one a zero.



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