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561 pages, Mass Market Paperback
First published April 1, 2009
"Just tell me she's not dead," Chakotay said flatly. It wasn't much, this faint possible hope, but it was enough to keep the worst from descending upon him in its full, final force.
Mark inhaled sharply, then composed himself.
"She is," he replied in a grim attempt at stoicism.
The next sound Chakotay heard was that of breaking glass as the mirror he held in is hand fell to the cobbled street, shattering.
"You're the most stubborn woman I've ever met, Kathryn," he'd said. "And I'd give anything to be able to watch you stand here and deny it."
I miss you.
"Remember the first time you tasted a leola root? The look on Neelix's face when he thought he'd poisoned his captain? The first time you hustled Tom Paris in a game of pool at Sandrine's? The day Naomi brought you her very first captain's assistant report? The day we walked into the cargo bay wondering which of our crew would stay behind with the 37's and their descendants and found it empty?"