Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #1

    Star Trek: Starfleet Academy » Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #1 - Prime Directives released by Marvel on December 1996.

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    The Gorn
    The Gorn
    Matt Decker is forced to join Omega Squadron and he is not happy about being in the same squad as cadet Nog the Ferengi.  Matt is an upstanding guy but cannot see a Ferengi in Starfleet.  Nog on the other hands can't seem to help but prove Decker is right.  The rest of the crew are also learning to deal with each other except Kamilah Goldstein and T'Priell who are already friends.
    Everything comes to a head on a holosuite mission that goes wrong.  A new alien life form has taken control and could kill the whole squad and sends everything after them even a new and souped up group of Gorn Warriors..  Fortunately, they are able to work together and maybe even build friendships with even the likes of Nog.

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    Character development is a good choice 0

    Andrea Brand This book is a lot of fun.  It originally took place during the Deep Space Nine Series and told the stories of Nog while he was at Starfleet Acadamy.  This was great for me as Nog was one of my favorite characters from the series.  I especially loved the stories that involved him going to Starfleet making the Ferengi a lot less like a race of cartoons or comic relief characters.    I really liked the characters in this book and they are really flushed out.  The token human, a wa...

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