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[[Veridian III]]: A world has been saved, the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)|''U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D'']] lies in ruins, and one of the galaxy's greatest heroes rests beneath a simple cairn of rocks on a lonely hillside. But as a legendary [[Vulcan]] [[ambassador]] comes at last to the grave of his best and dearest friend, the adventure is only beginning.
 
[[Veridian III]]: A world has been saved, the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)|''U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D'']] lies in ruins, and one of the galaxy's greatest heroes rests beneath a simple cairn of rocks on a lonely hillside. But as a legendary [[Vulcan]] [[ambassador]] comes at last to the grave of his best and dearest friend, the adventure is only beginning.
   
The [[Borg]] and the [[Romulan Empire]] have joined forces against the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]], and their ultimate weapon is none other than [[James T. Kirk]], resurrected by alien science to destory the Borg's most formidable enemy: [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
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The [[Borg]] and the [[Romulan Star Empire]] have joined forces against the [[United Federation of Planets|Federation]], and their ultimate weapon is none other than [[James T. Kirk]], resurrected by alien science to destory the Borg's most formidable enemy: [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
   
 
The astounding return of Kirk-as only William Shatner can tell it!
 
The astounding return of Kirk-as only William Shatner can tell it!

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The Return is the second novel in the Odyssey trilogy. It was a New York Times bestseller.

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Veridian III: A world has been saved, the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D lies in ruins, and one of the galaxy's greatest heroes rests beneath a simple cairn of rocks on a lonely hillside. But as a legendary Vulcan ambassador comes at last to the grave of his best and dearest friend, the adventure is only beginning.

The Borg and the Romulan Star Empire have joined forces against the Federation, and their ultimate weapon is none other than James T. Kirk, resurrected by alien science to destory the Borg's most formidable enemy: Jean-Luc Picard.

The astounding return of Kirk-as only William Shatner can tell it!

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