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Old November 11 2009, 04:35 AM   #301
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Kes7:
Thank you so much for that chapter. You dont know how much I needed that. My stomach is a bit woogie and I'm feeling somewhat misanthropic. Nothing is better for my moods than Star Trek and Star Fleet where (except for Section 31 and sometimes S.I.), right makes might, and the fleet is mighty.

By the way, I like T'Pring. I'm a Vulcanophile. Vulcans are hilarious precisely because they are the best "straight men." And they remind me a bit of stoic hippies, Buddhists, and maybe Confucianists too.

Thanks for the balm...
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Old November 11 2009, 04:43 AM   #302
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You're quite welcome, Diogenes, and thanks for commenting. I hope you feel better soon!
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Old November 11 2009, 08:10 AM   #303
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This was a terrific chapter on a lot of levels.

Nobody likes getting pulled in front of the captain on short notice, most especially right out of a party involving potent alien alcohol! Poor Lindley takes it on the chin here, after deciding to hold his tongue after the actual incident. But, it’s been said that a person’s career doesn’t really begin until their first major screw-up. That’s when their superiors learn what they’re made of by whether they take responsibility for their mistake and learn from them.

But this sighting now makes whatever information is contained by the Borg encrypted memory card that much more important.
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Old November 11 2009, 11:09 PM   #304
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I can feel something around the corner! Nicely built up and nice to see some "lower deck" characters. ALso very fond of Vulcans and am enjoying T'Prings Vulcaness . . .
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Old November 14 2009, 05:41 AM   #305
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Thanks, Gibraltar and oldstredshrtevr! Yes, the pressure is on for Icheb and Maren to figure out what's on that chip. And it definitely sucks to be Lindley, but hopefully he'll learn from his mistake and move on with his life. He's just very green yet.

I love the love T'Pring is getting both here and at Ad Astra ... she's a fun character to write for.

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Old November 15 2009, 11:36 PM   #306
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What a painful meeting for our junior officers. Adele was right of course. The least T'Pring could have done is to make sure everyone was sober before making them face the captain.

Hey, it's a learning experience for everyone.

Great stuff and it looks like the puzzle pieces are falling into place. Albeit very slowly.
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Old November 16 2009, 02:53 PM   #307
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Hi Kes!

Sorry didn't respond to this sooner, was out of internet reach for the past week!

Another great installment, it is nice to see all the disparate pieces coming together and start to get a glimpse of the bigger picture. The fact that Lindley didn't report this immediately is totally understandable, though it may turn out to be a huge mistake. I liked the way Adele dealt with it, as usual - she is one captain I would kill to serve with (as opposed to my own Captain Sarine who I would kill to not serve with!!! )

Can't wait for more!!!

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Old November 17 2009, 03:43 PM   #308
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CeJay -- Hey, you're back! Yeah, T'Pring learned something new today. And the pieces are settling into place slowly ... you might be surprised by where this is going. We'll see. Glad you're still reading.

Captain Sarine -- Hey, you're back, too! Thanks for the comment. I like Adele, too. She's not larger than life, but she's a good captain who cares about her crew and has great intuition. I think it's funny that you would kill not to serve under Sarine, though.
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Old November 21 2009, 08:29 AM   #309
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CHAPTER THIRTY-SIX

The pounding inside Maren’s head reminded her of a warp core about to blow as she dragged herself into main engineering with three minutes to spare before Alpha shift, carrying the coffee John had replicated for her while she had showered.

It had been strange waking up next to him -- fully clothed, to her extreme relief -- and struggling to remember the events of the night before. When she had remembered, she had been terribly embarrassed, but John had always had a way of putting people at ease. He had worked his charm on her this morning, trying to convince her that the kiss they had shared was an accident, a fluke, and definitely nothing to worry about. Maren wasn’t entirely won over by the argument, but she wasn’t about to risk their friendship by pointing out that the kiss had felt a lot more serious than that. Really, she wasn’t sure she wanted to think too hard about the ramifications of it, herself. Not that she really felt up to thinking, anyway -- with her head still foggy from the aftereffects of the fire water, she felt like her brain cells were under a dampening field. It was going to be another very long day.

As she ducked into her office, she nearly choked on her coffee when she realized Icheb was already waiting inside.

“Oh, my God!” she gasped, surprised. She struggled to regain her composure. “What are you doing here? How did you get in here?”

Icheb looked at her strangely. “I’m the executive officer. I have the code.” Of course, Maren, don’t be stupid, she thought.

“You should have waited for me,” she admonished him tiredly.

“How was the party?” he asked, raising his eyebrows as he eyed Maren suspiciously.

“Fine,” she replied vaguely, feeling guilty as she did. She sighed. “What do you need?” she asked warily.

For a moment, Icheb didn’t answer, he just looked at her as if trying to assess why she was such a mess. Either he figured it out, or gave up, because he didn’t ask about it. Instead, he told her, “It’s necessary that we attempt to complete the decryption today. The captain has received information that there may be at least one Borg drone on the cloaked planet in the Tyndoran system.”

Maren almost spat out her coffee in shock, and her eyes widened. “A Borg drone? Why didn’t anyone mention that before?”

“No one knew until last night, at the party you and John attended. Marcus Lindley told Iden Nix and T’Pring that he thought he had seen a drone on the planet. Weren’t you there?”

Maren shifted uncomfortably on her feet. “We left kind of early,” she explained. Her stomach lurched just thinking about the party and the fire water, and she involuntarily covered her lips with her fingers, willing her body not to betray her again. She could not throw up in front of the XO, even if it was Icheb.

Icheb looked at her oddly. “Are you all right?”

Maren looked back at him helplessly. A part of her wanted to say no, tell him the truth about what a mess she was inside, and let him know in no uncertain terms that it was largely his fault. Instead, she kept her lips pressed together and nodded silently. After a moment, her nausea passed and she found her voice again. “So, Captain Oyugo thinks the Tyndorans are connected to the Borg somehow.” It was more a statement of the obvious than a question.

Icheb nodded. “I worked all evening on continuing the decryption and made some additional progress. I’m hoping we can have an answer for the captain this morning,” he said.

“Well, we might as well get started, then,” Maren sighed. She grabbed her coffee and their work, notified her staff that she would be in the engineering lab, and they walked there together.

As they sat down at the work terminal to begin their day, Maren cursed herself for not stopping by sickbay to get one of their miracle hangover cures. She felt horrific. She also half-seriously wondered if sickbay had anything to treat a guilty conscience. It wasn’t so much that she had kissed John -- honestly, she had been too drunk to really stop herself -- what was killing her inside was that she had enjoyed it. She blushed just thinking about it, and forced herself to talk to Icheb, instead, both to keep her mind off the situation, and to keep her promise to be better company today than she had been yesterday.

“What do you think about all this?” she asked him, genuinely curious.

“About what?” Icheb asked, looking up from the screen. As soon as he saw her face, he realized what she meant, but she answered him anyway.

“Tyndorans. The Borg. What happened to you on the away mission. All of it,” she replied. “How are you handling all of this?”

Icheb assessed her carefully. She was looking at him with open concern. He would have told anyone else he was fine, but she wasn’t anyone else.

“I’m experiencing anxiety,” he admitted. “I knew encountering the Borg was a possibility. I wasn’t expecting it to happen this soon.”

Maren stared at him for a moment. “Why did you apply for this mission, Icheb?” she asked quietly, her green eyes locked on his.

Icheb froze for a moment, not sure how to answer her, then Maren’s combadge chirped suddenly. “Telek to O’Connor.” Icheb had never been so glad to be interrupted.

Maren held his gaze for another second before sighing in exasperation, tapping her badge and responding, “O’Connor here, go ahead.”

“Admiral Shane Beckley here to see you, sir.”

Maren’s eyes grew wide with horror. “Oh, no, I completely forgot,” she breathed anxiously, before tapping her combadge again to reply. “Understood, Telek. I’m on my way.” She looked apologetically at Icheb. “I’m sorry. I scheduled him first thing because I thought you would check in on the bridge first and then I knew we’d be working all day on this ... God, and I’m a wreck this morning ... I swear I’m never drinking again,” she blurted out. Icheb smiled slightly as he finally realized the reason for her disarray. “It won’t take long,” she assured him. “I’ll be right back.” As she headed out of the engineering lab, Icheb stared after her for a moment. When she was gone, he turned his attention back to the decryption.

*****

One thing that irritated Shane Beckley about the position he was in was the attention it garnered in public places. As long as he had on the uniform of Admiralty, people stared, saluted him, and generally kissed his ass. It could be useful, but it also made him feel like a target. Years in SI and careful training had conditioned him to want to blend in. As the only admiral on board the Tesseract, that was impossible.

As he walked into main engineering for the tour Martha had scheduled, eyes widened all around the cavernous chamber as officers from at least a dozen different species snapped to attention. An Andorian lieutenant was in charge, and he stepped forward to greet the admiral, saluting as he did so.

“At ease, Lieutenant ... ” Beckley trailed off, inviting the Andorian to complete the sentence with his name.

“Telek, sir.”

“Lieutenant Telek,” said the admiral, “it’s good to meet you. I'm Shane Beckley. I have a meeting with the chief engineer.”

“I’ll let her know you’re here, sir,” Telek replied. He tapped his combadge. “Telek to O’Connor.”

“O’Connor here, go ahead,” came the reply.

“Admiral Shane Beckley here to see you, sir.”

There was a brief pause, then the young engineer’s voice came back, sounding anxious. “Understood, Telek. I’m on my way.”

“Where is she?” Admiral Beckley asked Telek.

“She’s in the engineering lab with the first officer, sir. She’ll be here momentarily.”

“Contact her again. Tell her to bring him,” the admiral replied, pleased with his luck. Not only would he have the chance to assess the chief engineer, he might actually get some insight into the connection between her and the XO.

Telek tapped his badge again. “Telek to O’Connor.”

“O’Connor here.”

“The Admiral has requested you bring Commander Icheb with you.”

“I’ll let him know, thanks, Telek.” The young woman sounded less than enthusiastic about the prospect, but within two minutes, both officers walked briskly into main engineering. Maren was blushing furiously, and immediately began apologizing. “I’m so sorry, sir, we’re working on a high-priority assignment for the captain and I lost track of time. I’m so sorry you had to wait.” She looked thoroughly embarrassed, and strangely disheveled.

Admiral Beckley’s mind processed through the possible responses. If he wanted her to fear him, he could say one thing. If he wanted the XO to get angry with her, he could say another. But ultimately, what he wanted was an ally, someone who was inclined to listen to him when the going got tough, so he smiled and reassured her. “Nonsense, Lieutenant. I know you’re very busy. I’m glad you were able to accommodate my curiosity about the slipstream drive.” He turned to Icheb. “Commander Icheb. It’s nice to see you,” he said.

Icheb nodded in reply. “Likewise, sir,” he said, though he looked a bit wary.

Admiral Beckley looked from Icheb to Maren and back again. “I have to say, it’s quite a treat to have both of you here. Commander, I hope you don’t mind coming along for the tour. I did a bit of homework before I came down here, and saw that you were both heavily involved in the development of the slipstream drive. I’d feel privileged to have you both show me the finished product.”

Maren demurred. “This drive was Commander Torres’s project. She made it happen. We only helped.”

“Don’t be so modest,” insisted the admiral. “I understand Commander Torres handpicked you both for the project, fresh out of the Academy, and her instincts certainly seem to have paid off. According to the project reports, the two of you shaved at least a year off the production process with modifications you suggested for the design. I read the paper you wrote together. Fascinating stuff. I admit I only understood about half of it, but I suppose the field of quantum mechanics has come a long way since I left the Academy.”

“Yes, sir,” Maren replied, not knowing what else to say. She noticed Icheb staring at her strangely and gave him a questioning look. He almost imperceptibly shook his head as if to say, I’ll tell you later. She nodded just as slightly in acknowledgment.

“Well, I’m sure you both have a lot to do today. Shall we get started?” asked Admiral Beckley. Maren and Icheb exchanged a glance. “After you,” Maren said, motioning her superiors toward the door. They walked down the short flight of stairs onto the main floor of the engine room.

As Maren showed the admiral the slipstream drive and explained how it worked, Icheb watched quietly as he walked beside them. She was in her element here, in the heart of the ship, making the absurdly complex look like child’s play, and Admiral Beckley reacted well to her. Indeed, the admiral was downright chatty with Maren, to a degree that surprised Icheb, considering how quiet he had been at the advisory board meetings. He made a mental note to tell Adele about it.

Admiral Beckley kept asking questions. He didn’t really care what the answers were, he just wanted to keep the girl talking so he could learn more about her, and put her at ease around him. She willingly obliged, running her mouth at slipstream speed as she showed off her knowledge in the field of engineering, which even he had to admit was formidable. She struck him as one of those intellectual savants who seemed to have been born with an innate understanding of her chosen field. She was also possessed of a dry, subtly sarcastic wit, and talked with her hands a lot. He noticed she tried to avoid looking at Commander Icheb, but frequently failed for an instant at a time, sneaking peeks almost unconsciously. All in all, she struck him as extraordinarily intelligent for a non-augmented human, but her mannerisms and general demeanor were that of a particularly precocious child, and she was quite clearly distracted by whatever the situation was between her and the XO.

The admiral also glanced over at Icheb every so often, glad to have the opportunity to watch and analyze the two officers together. As he had suspected, the young exec was obviously captivated by the chief engineer, but Beckley was surprised to observe that he also appeared to be analyzing the admiral just as critically as the admiral was analyzing the two younger officers.

By the time Maren was finished with her presentation, Admiral Beckley had decided it had been worth coming down to engineering. The young engineer seemed to have warmed up to him quickly, as he had laughed at her subtle humor and judiciously complimented her skills. Even the XO seemed to have relaxed a bit by the end, smiling occasionally and gradually looking less wary of the admiral. As he thanked both Icheb and Maren for their time and departed engineering, the admiral felt he had taken a small step toward building a relationship with both officers.

On the way back to the engineering lab, Icheb told Maren, “He seemed to like you.”

“What do you mean?” Maren asked.

“I’ve never seen him talk that much. At the advisory board meetings, he sits there silently. With you, he wouldn’t stop talking,” Icheb explained.

“Maybe he has an interest in engineering,” Maren suggested. “He certainly seemed interested in the slipstream technology. Even the captain has never asked that many questions about it.”

Icheb looked skeptical. Something about the way the admiral had questioned Maren bothered him, but he couldn’t figure out quite what it was. “Perhaps,” he conceded, “but it was still surprising to see him talking so much.”

“Well, a lot of people would be surprised how much you used to talk around me, too,” Maren pointed out. “Not everyone who’s quiet in one situation is quiet in another.” She sighed and added, “I don’t know anything about the advisory board. It sounds miserable.”

“It is,” Icheb assured her, as they returned to their workstation in the engineering lab and resumed working on the Borg code.

Two hours passed with limited conversation. Finally, they both sat up a little straighter and looked at each other. “We did it,” they said in unison, both sounding relieved. The screen was suddenly filled with schematics and what seemed like kilometers of Borg script.

“What is it?” Maren breathed, looking at the flood of data. It had been quite a while since she had read anything more complicated than Icheb’s alcove panel in Borg, and she wasn’t as quick as she would have liked, especially with her brain operating at half-impulse from a hangover.

Icheb also stared at the screen, visually assimilating the information. Both officers were so absorbed in their task that they failed to notice when the ship dropped out of slipstream. The activation of the red alert klaxon was a little harder to miss, as was Adele’s tense voice on the shipwide comm.: “All hands, Red Alert. Senior staff, report to the bridge immediately.”

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Old November 21 2009, 10:11 AM   #310
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Beckley continues to be an intentional enigma to the crew as he spins his webs and forges relationships with others for the sole purpose of manipulation at some later date.

Wow, Maren’s in a pinch with the John/kiss scenario. Though she’s troubled by the fact that she enjoyed it, everyone involved in this equation should realize that the woman’s been single for two years, and she’s been assigned to a seven year mission. Unless she’s planning on being a celibate shut-in for the duration of this mission, Maren’s more-than-likely going to become involved with someone during the course of the assignment.

Her attraction to John is a natural extension of their existing friendship and the fact that he’s always been there for her, whereas Icheb promised to marry her and then abruptly abandoned her without explanation.

Oh, yeah. This has the potential of getting ridiculously ugly, and fantastically entertaining.
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Old November 21 2009, 06:50 PM   #311
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From Ad Astra:
Oh that's not a good feeling - the hangover, the guilt or the confused feelings about John and/or Icheb. And add to that a forgotten visit from the Admiral. Eek! Not a day to have a fuzzy day. Oh poor Maren. But again she continues to impress - even at this low point she rises above it and talks to Icheb amicably, she treats with the Admiral in her winning way and of course helps to crack a code. But I wonder how the kiss will affect things between her and John when they next meet.

But it seems with the ending as it is there's going to be higher concerns. What the devil have they discovered? Enough to cause concern and then we have the red alert all of a sudden and maybe the answers are going to be all too apparent on the bridge. Damn this has gotten more and more fascinating. Terrific stuff. Mind you I had to read the last few paragraphs a number of times because the red alert alarm caught me out as I thought Icheb had called for it - but it turns out it was Adele on the bridge. Maybe my own fuzzy head explains my problem with that.

Then we have to dwell on our favourite Admiral. Interesting to get a little perspective from his POV. It gave a little glimpse into his thought processes. I love his reflection on his almost notorious standing among the crew as a highly visible Admiral aboard the ship and how that runs anathema to his SI training. It strikes as a very true and valid position for him but it's the fact that you follow up on it and actually mention it. Then there is how he weighs up how to approach Maren. It shows his keen mind and cool calculating nature. Fascinating. And of course our hero Icheb picks up on how the Admiral is chatting amicably and wins Maren over. Noted too Icheb's loyalty to Adele as he is keen to relay the information to the captain as he notes this behaviour.
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I swear, Kes7, I just got home from the bookstore with David Mack's new Vanguard title, and I stop to check things out online, and here's the latest chapter of Tesseract. Honestly, I dont know which to go to first.
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That night could have ended much more awkwardly than it did. But John made sure not to ruin two friendships here. I actually had my money on them having a little transgression. Would have heated things up a little between Maren and Icheb. But hey, it's a long mission ...

Maren seems to be at the center of everything lately. And now Beckley has fired his first shot in his own personal cold war. Maren better be careful. It seems everybody is out to get her, including a certain Borg XO.
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Gibraltar: Beckley's a manipulator, no doubt. Re: Maren, I don't think she would be feeling nearly as guilty or worried about the situation if it wasn't John. She knows Icheb has very few real friends, very few people that he truly trusts, and John is one of them. Moving on is one thing, but doing so with John would feel like a betrayal of someone she still loves very much (even though she's really angry at him and sort of hating him at the same time). Thanks for the thoughtful review!

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Thanks for the awesome, thorough review. I answered you more extensively over on Ad Astra, but I'll say here, that it's definitely not a good day to be fuzzy ... and it looks like it's about to get worse. What have they discovered? You'll have to wait to find out. And of course, the admiral is nothing if not cold and calculating, but Icheb can be pretty cold and calculating when he needs to be, as well. His head is still full of Borg hardware, after all, and he's very analytical. He knows Adele is bothered by the admiral, and he's kind of curious as to why, considering Adele has insights he lacks, since she's an empath and he's most definitely not. So he's paying attention.

Diogenes: I'm completely flattered that you would even consider that dilemma for a second. Enjoy your new book.

CeJay: Keep in mind we haven't heard John's side of the story, yet. All may not be as tranquil as it seems. Regarding Maren, yeah, she's in a bad spot that she's not prepared for with the admiral. She's an engineer, not a spy, and she's pretty distracted right now by both the mission and Icheb, so she's not exactly hyperaware at the moment. As for Icheb, he just wants her back, and is acting pretty irrationally because of it. Even ex-drones are not immune to that sort of thing, as we saw with Seven a few times during VOY's run. Thanks for reading and commenting!
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Hi Kes!

Sorry for the delayed reply - I read this a couple of days ago but have just gotten round to replying!

Another great chapter in the continuining adventures of the Tesseract. I thought you nicely balanced the aftermath of the party with the ongoing storyline concerning the Borg, and I can't believe you left us on such a cliffhanger at the end!!! Who does that?!!

I'm really enjoying the interaction between the Admiral and the other crew members, and as someone else said above, getting into his head and seeing how he views these characters was a really interesting scene.

Now get on and finish the next chapter! I want to know what was on that chip and more importantly why the red alert!!!!

Great job!

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