The Dominion War has been over for a year, but its legacy lives on. Commander Sonya Gomez, former Starship Enterpriseac engineer, and her crack Starfleet Corps of Engineers team on the U.S.S. da Vinci find themselves dealing with many permutations of that legacy. Two mysterious murders on the da Vinci lead to the Gamma Quadrant and a Dominion base. A pre-warp planet occupied by the Dominion still has scars from both sides of that conflict. Plus Gomez, computer expert Soloman, and Security Chief Corsi are haunted by demons from their past. But the greatest threat of all comes from a visit to Deep Space 9ac. A fissure has opened up between realities, endangering the very existence of the Bajoran system -- and also stranding Doctors Lense and Bashir on a war-torn planet from which they may never escape.aI was reading over some of the reports from Project Voyager. Do you know theya#39; ve got a mobile emitter for their EMH? Then I remembered this report about an experimental control interface that Commander La Forge tried out a few years ago. ... Ended up acting almost like an old-fashioned virtual reality unit, but this actually allowed him to control an experimental probe. He was able to guide it through the upper levels of a gas giant with this interface and directly interpret the data.
|Title||:||Star Trek: Corps of Engineers: Wounds|
|Author||:||Ilsa J. Bick, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Terri Osborne, Cory Rushton|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2008-10-21|