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Read reviews that mention tos novels kirk and spock good read trek novels aliens main space young action amnesia. Showing of 14 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The newest ones tend to appeal to those who are fans of DS9, and TNG with regard to plot types and character roles I don't LIKE that at all. Way to PC for me! I like the old brash Bones McCoy, the Thick dialect speaking Chekov who sees "enemy wessels" Scotty with his thick brogue and often comic relief, Uhura with her just uplifting personality and that female touch, same with Chapel who also asserts herself quite nicely when bristled. I like the way the OLD scripts were written and too many of the new ones contain "Mea Culpas" from the "authors" of these who seem to make it their crusade to punish the old crew members for perceived wrongs in TOS scripts.

For that reason I've all but given up on anything written for TOS after the 's. Just my opinion; but you lose that old series flavor with the new "fortified with PC dosages" versions. A derelict Klingon vessel is found adrift in space not long after Kirk and the enterprise are victims of a surprise attack from some heretofore never seen aliens, which the Enterprise barely escapes from--but not without severe damage. It turns out the aliens dubbed Ravens because of their rather peculiar bird-like beaks and other avian features are a formidable foe, capable of consuming the brain of their victim, and in an audio-only communication, sound exactly like their late victim.

Because of this, Kirk is confounded as to whom he can trust, and whom he cannot. If that isn't bad enough, McCoy, totally stressed out after untold hours in surgery of victims from the previous attack, is seriously injured in a follow up gravitational "bump" to the ship.

McCoy recovers, but has lost all of his memories since he was a young aspiring doctor in the hills of Georgia and wanting NO part of Starfleet. Kirk is beleaguered by problems without the help of his trusted chief medical officer who--through the greater part of the story--thinks he's about 25 or so year old, and loathes the idea of being in Starfleet.

The interim CMO is an adequate surgeon but totally lacking social skills and with little personality. Believe it or not, I have only told you an outline of the plot--there's lots more action in the story. All in all, though it's a good read, and all the Original Series fans should like this one. Very strong story.

One person found this helpful. I really enjoyed this one, although the concept of what the aliens look like is a little hokey. It's a fast and exciting read. Book is slow to start but is a good book. Lots of history some of which as is revised in the movies, as is common,. Format: Kindle Edition. This is another Star Trek novel that I've borrowed from the library and it's one of the better ones I've read so far.

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