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Loyalties (Star Trek: The Next Generation - Starfleet Academy, No. 10) [Paperback]

Patricia Barnes-Svarney
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April 1 1996 Star Trek Next Generation: Starfleet Academy (Book 10)
Beginning her first year at Starfleet Academy, Medical Cadet Beverly Howard and her roommate, Claire Voy, are caught skipping class and warned with probation, and an accident and a dishonest teacher further complicate the situation.


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Beverly Howard is in big trouble at the Academy. They've just begun their first year as Starfleet Medical Cadets, and already Beverly and her roommate Claire Voy are one step from probation. Commander Max Wiley, who teaches the holodeck simulation course in Medical Emergencies, caught them skipping class to visit an excavation in nearby San Francisco. He took them to the Admiral's office and has put them on notice. One more slip and they're out!

When Claire's partner in her Medical Emergencies class is injured, Commander Wiley blames Claire for the accident. But was it an accident? It is the Commander's word against Claire's. Wiley has no reason to lie -- or does he? Beverly's own investigation takes her from the computer labs to the Admiral's office. Now Claire's future hangs in the balance unless Beverly and Data can find a way to clear her -- without being expelled themselves!END


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5.0 out of 5 stars A swell portrait of a wonderful character! Jan. 6 1999
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Beverly Crusher is my absolute favorite sci-fi character of all time and this book doesn't let me down! I loved getting a glimpse into Beverly's heart and mind, especially when she was young. She is one of the most courageous women I know and I love how she helps Claire out. Claire is lucky to have a friend like her. Also touching is Beverly's feelings of being homesick and missing her dear grandmother. Beverly reminds me of Mary Anne Spier from the Baby-Sitters' Club series. Both are shy, sensitive, intellectually gifted, and tough.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A swell portrait of a wonderful character! Jan. 6 1999
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Beverly Crusher is my absolute favorite sci-fi character of all time and this book doesn't let me down! I loved getting a glimpse into Beverly's heart and mind, especially when she was young. She is one of the most courageous women I know and I love how she helps Claire out. Claire is lucky to have a friend like her. Also touching is Beverly's feelings of being homesick and missing her dear grandmother. Beverly reminds me of Mary Anne Spier from the Baby-Sitters' Club series. Both are shy, sensitive, intellectually gifted, and tough.
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice read. July 22 2010
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This is a pretty good story about Dr. Crusher in her early years at the academy.
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