Deep within the center of the Galaxy. Full-fledged Traveler, Wesley Crusher makes a terrifying discovery. A terrorizing behemoth the size of a planet with unknown purpose has been lobbing complete star systems through an ever expanding generated singularity.
Knowing this apparatus must be stopped before it destabilizes all humanoid inhabitable space. Wesley seeks out help but his pleas fall on the deaf ears of his fellow travelers. Crusher then must recruit the support of the crew of the Enterprise and Captain Jean-Luc Picard for assistance. Despite their efforts they do not succeed to bring to an end to the unrelenting extraterrestrial automatons devastating objective. Upon learning the devices true function, its objective to annihilate all organic life in the galaxy, Picard comes to the conclusion that only one man may be able to cease this onslaught and prevent a colossal cataclysm… Data.
Being the last book in a trilogy, I felt this book lacked where the last two did not. As a reader I felt invested in the plots and characters of the last two novels. I felt disconnected to the characters and the amounts of time it took to find solutions to the dilemmas they faced. Out of all three books in this trilogy I feel this book was the weakest.