Star Trek: TNG — Immortal Coil

{4.5/5} “You can’t battle life… You have to learn to treat it like a waltz and your problems are your partner. Step lightly, try to keep time with the music and smile.”

Star Trek: The Next Generation — Immortal Coil by Jeffrey Lang, published in 2002

The Enterprise is called to the Daystrom Institute on Galor IV. There’s been an apparent accident and part of a building has collapsed — Bruce Maddox is in need of Dr. Crusher’s care. There’s also an intriguing clue written in blood — the name “Data.” Data and security chief Rhea McAdams investigate the mystery, and the two begin a romance. This story takes place after Star Trek: First Contact. If you’re a fan of Data, this is the story for you.

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