Star Trek #3: The Klingon Gambit [NOOK Book]

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THE KLINGONS ARE HUNGRY FOR WAR...THEIR TARGET: THE ENTERPRISE!

When Captain Kirk and his crew are ordered to Alnath 11 to challenge the deadliest Klingon starship Terror, they're ready for anything -- or so they think. But the defenseless Vulcan crew of a Federation science ship has been wiped out. The remaining members of the Alnath II mission have discovered a fabulous ancient city -- but their report doesn't make sense. The Klingon battle ...

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Star Trek #3: The Klingon Gambit

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Overview


THE KLINGONS ARE HUNGRY FOR WAR...THEIR TARGET: THE ENTERPRISE!

When Captain Kirk and his crew are ordered to Alnath 11 to challenge the deadliest Klingon starship Terror, they're ready for anything -- or so they think. But the defenseless Vulcan crew of a Federation science ship has been wiped out. The remaining members of the Alnath II mission have discovered a fabulous ancient city -- but their report doesn't make sense. The Klingon battle cruiser has the Enterprise in its sights, and is ready to destroy it.

But Captain Kirk can't seem to make decisions. Spock has started to throw temper tantrums. And Chekov has disobeyed vital orders. The crew of the Enterprise are losing their minds...one by one...all victims of...

THE KLINGON GAMBIT

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780743412100
  • Publisher: Pocket Books/Star Trek
  • Publication date: 5/23/2000
  • Series: Star Trek: The Original Series, #3
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 158
  • Sales rank: 359,861
  • File size: 286 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2002

    Author Plays God with McCoy's Psyche

    Robert Vardeman took great liberties when he used the flimsy excuse of inhibition elimination to justify making Dr. McCoy into an out and out bigot. When he told Spock that he was the result of the horse sneaking into the donkey's stall, he crossed the line. Leonard McCoy's 23rd century Georgia is not Lester Maddox's Georgia. Bones wouldn't have had it in him. Shame on Vardeman and shame on the Simon and Schuster editors. This was an adequately crafted story, however.

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