Being Human (Star Trek: New Frontier #12) - Peter David

Being Human is also known as Walk Like a Man.

BEING HUMAN

Throughout the Star Trek: New Frontier saga, Mark McHenry, the navigator on the U.S.S. Excalibur, has demonstrated abilities beyond those of the somewhat odd human being he appears to be. When the inhabitants of an innocent solar system are confronted by a menace linked to the source of McHenry's powers, his true heritage is revealed at last.

Meanwhile, Zak Kebron is going through a startling change that will leave him both more and less than he was.

 

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Release date: 2001
Genres: science fictionspace opera
Tags: star trek
Updated: August 25, 2021

Star Trek: New Frontier :: Series

Belongs to the series Star Trek

No Limits
Treason
Blind Man's Bluff
House of Cards (Star Trek: New Frontier #1)
Into the Void (Star Trek: New Frontier #2)
The Two Front War (Star Trek: New Frontier #3)
End Game (Star Trek: New Frontier #4)
Martyr (Star Trek: New Frontier #5)
Fire on High (Star Trek: New Frontier #6)
The Quiet Place (Star Trek: New Frontier #7)
Dark Allies (Star Trek: New Frontier #8)
Excalibur: Requiem (Star Trek: New Frontier #9)
Excalibur: Renaissance (Star Trek: New Frontier #10)
Excalibur: Restoration (Star Trek: New Frontier #11)
Being Human (Star Trek: New Frontier #12)
Gods Above (Star Trek: New Frontier #13)
Stone and Anvil (Star Trek: New Frontier #14)
After the Fall (Star Trek: New Frontier #15)
Missing in Action (Star Trek: New Frontier #16)