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Barbara Hambly Þ 3 free read read & download ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Barbara Hambly review Ishmael (Star Trek: The Original Series Book 23) Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Forever The USS Enterprise is on a peaceful mission at Starbase 12 when a bizarre cosmic phenomenon causes a Klingon ship to suddenly vanishwith Spock aboard for the ride Spocks last message from the Klingon ship is cr is not the same as 5 stars for a classic work of literature I still must confess that I thoroughly enjoyed this entry into the Star Trek worldIn my reviews of Classic Star Trek novels it must be understood that I adhere to the original canon as invisioned by Gene Roddenberry and not the Star Trek universe accepted by Rick Berman and companyI generally rate a classic novel thusAdherence to Canon does this novel adhere to the vision of the original Star TrekYesBelievability within the confines of 23rd century Star Trek viability is this novel well plotted and well written Can I picture this novel or imagine myself in itYes As a matter of fact it gets extra points for dovetailing nicely with the old Here Comes the Brides storiesCoherence and Consistency does this novel internally consistent Is it consistent with other Star Trek novels by the same author Is it consistent with what is known of the CLASSIC Star Trek universeYes I believe that it is For example it is tacitly understood that the main character Aaron Stemple is Jewish Many trekkies have long considered Spock s human half to be JewishMitigating Factors pluses or minuses which dramatically affect the enjoyment of this bookAs noted the tie in with Here Comes the Brides is extremely clever Also worthy of note is the reliance on early classic Trek devices like the Klingon mind sifter and the wonderful image of Spock in 19th century San Francisco playing pool and chessCertainly not on the level of War and Peace but one of the best additions to the Trek universe available Les Royaumes de Feu: La Prophétie ride Spocks last message from the Klingon ship is cr is not the same as 5 stars for a classic work of literature I still must confess that I thoroughly enjoyed this entry into the Star Trek worldIn my Les Royaumes de Feu, 2: La Princesse disparue (Romans Junior) (French Edition) reviews of Classic Star Trek novels it must be understood that I adhere to the original canon as invisioned by Gene Roddenberry and not the Star Trek universe accepted by Rick Berman and companyI generally Vendredi ou la vie sauvage rate a classic novel thusAdherence to Canon does this novel adhere to the vision of the original Star TrekYesBelievability within the confines of 23rd century Star Trek viability is this novel well plotted and well written Can I picture this novel or imagine myself in itYes As a matter of fact it gets extra points for dovetailing nicely with the old Here Comes the Brides storiesCoherence and Consistency does this novel internally consistent Is it consistent with other Star Trek novels by the same author Is it consistent with what is known of the CLASSIC Star Trek universeYes I believe that it is For example it is tacitly understood that the main character Aaron Stemple is Jewish Many trekkies have long considered Spock s human half to be JewishMitigating Factors pluses or minuses which dramatically affect the enjoyment of this bookAs noted the tie in with Here Comes the Brides is extremely clever Also worthy of note is the Les Royaumes de feu, 11: Le Continent perdu (Grand format littérature - Romans Junior) (French Edition) reliance on early classic Trek devices like the Klingon mind sifter and the wonderful image of Spock in 19th century San Francisco playing pool and chessCertainly not on the level of War and Peace but one of the best additions to the Trek universe available

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Barbara Hambly Þ 3 free read read & download ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Barbara Hambly review Ishmael (Star Trek: The Original Series Book 23) Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Yptic and frightening The Klingons are traveling into the past searching for the one man who holds the key to the furure If they can kill that man the course of history will be changedand the Federation will be destroye Was a fun read and I really am enjoying on the whole by trip into the Star Trek EU L'Ickabog (Romans Junior) (French Edition) read and I Les Royaumes de Feu: La Prophétie really am enjoying on the whole by trip into the Star Trek EU

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Barbara Hambly Þ 3 free read read & download ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Barbara Hambly review Ishmael (Star Trek: The Original Series Book 23) Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB This unforgettable and suspenseful Star Trek The Original Series adventure follows the Enterprise crew in a desperate rescue mission to the past to save First Officer Spock and stop the Klingons from changing the future The first time I read this novel many years ago I was unaware that the Human characters in 1860s Seattle were based on a 1960s TV show called Here Come the Brides I liked the novel in its own right as a creative story about Spock getting lost in the Old Northwest More recently I had a chance to view some of the Brides episodes on videotape which acuainted me with the various characters Re reading the novel was even funThe basic plot premise is this During an espionage mission against the Klingons Spock is captured and interrogated with the notorious Mind Sifter which gives him a case of total amnesia Before his capture however he manages to send two very short cryptic messages about what the Klingons are up to The Enterprise crew receives the messages but it takes a while to decode themMeanwhile Spock somehow ends up in the woods outside in 1860s Seattle with no idea who he is or how he got there He is eventually found wounded and unconscious by Aaron Stemple the lumber baron in the Brides series who hides him in a remote cabin until he has recovered then passes him off as his cousin Ishmael Marx Ishmael gets shortened to Ish which just happens to mean male human being in Hebrew Nice touch Aaron knows that Ishmael is an alien having seen his pointed ears and green blood and expresses curiousity about where he came from But Spock does not remember not even his own name Bits and pieces of images from his past crop up in his mind but have no contextual meaning He accepts that he in a stranger in a strange land who is not likely to be rescued and decides to pass for Human in order to survive With Aaron s help he gradually adapts to life on Earth until the Klingons show upWhether or not you are familiar with Here come the Brides the book is well plotted and has some great scenes such as Spock winning big in a gambling casino playing of all things chess Spock acts far human than usual until his memory comes back and he remembers what his mission is Of course he is eventually rescued by Kirk and company and returned to the 23rd century resulting in a little surprise at the end