Star Trek Ghost Walker Author:Barbara Hambly For James T. Kirk and his crew, the trouble began with a routine mission: the Enterprise brought a scientific team to Elcidar Beta Three, or Midgwis, a peaceful, beautiful planet...on the brink of disaster. — The people of Midgwis had always lived in absolute harmony with their world--to the extent that they'd never developed agriculture but rat... more »her had remained passive food gatherers, believing that no intelligent being had the right to enslave land through the cultivation of crops. As a result, their steadily growing population had depleted the planet's resources and the Midgwins were near starvation.
To complicate matters, Elcidar Beta Three was located on the edge of Klingon space. The Midgwins had already experienced unpleasant encounters with armed Imperial landing parties--encounters they repelled, despite their complete lack of technology, by using their powerful telepathic and telekinetic abilities.
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