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SCE Omnibus Book 3: Some Assembly Required

SCE Omnibus Book 3: Some Assembly Required

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Need to corral a group of giant monsters that fell through an interdimensional gateway? Need to get your brand-new planetary computer system working -- but the instructions are written in an alien language? Contact the Starfleet Corps of Engineers team on the U.S.S. da Vinci. Led by Captain David Gold and former Starship Enterprise™ engineer Commander Sonya Gomez, the crew live by their motto: Have tech, will travel.
Overseen by Starfleet legend Captain Montgomery Scott, the S.C.E. crew must solve the mystery of an outpost attacked by a strange new weapon and improvise a way to defeat a foe who has them outgunned in a heart-stopping space battle.
Join Starfleet's miracle workers for a death-defying journey!
SCE OMNIBUS BOOK 3: SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED contains the complete eBook editions of S.C.E. adventures #9-12.
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  • Pocket Books/Star Trek | 
  • 320 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743467032 | 
  • April 2003
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Chapter One

"Starfleet, come in! Emergency! We've got catastrophic systems failure, equipment down across the board, we need help! Please respo -- !"

Captain David Gold switched off the audio recording and glanced around the observation lounge. As always, Sonya Gomez admired his ability to stay calm at a time like this.

But then, he had heard the distress call already, as had Sonya, his first officer, and second officer Lt. Commander Kieran Duffy. Around the table, the rest of the S.C.E. team on the U.S.S. da Vinci looked more startled at the urgent cry for help.

Gold turned his blue eyes on Sonya. She... see more

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