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Summary[]

Marissa Flores contacts Captain Picard from the Starfleet vessel on which she now lives with her father. The ship has become trapped in a temporal anomaly and Marissa is the only person on board who is immune from its effects. During the course of their correspondence, Marissa reveals a secret shame from her past.

References[]

Characters[]

Annie BrownDataMarissa FloresPeter FloresGeordi La ForgeJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerWalden TaylorDeanna Troi
Referenced only 
Elista Roth

Starships and vehicles[]

USS ChamberlainUSS Enterprise-D

Locations[]

Cheron system

Races and cultures[]

AndroidBetazoidHuman

States and organizations[]

Other references[]

chronitontemporal hole

Chronology[]

Appendices[]

Connections[]

published order
Previous story:
Don't Call Me Tiny
Strange New Worlds 8
Strange New Worlds 8 cover.JPG
Next story:
Passages of Deceit
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Perchance to Dream:

"Enterprises of Great Pitch and Moment"

Pocket Next Adventure:
Civil Defense



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