Star Trek: The Janus Gate, Book One: Present Tense
By L.A. Graf
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Beam aboard for a bold new era in Star Trek storytelling! Beginning with this thrilling all new trilogy, the original five-year mission of the Starship Enterprise is reimagined via the many valiant crew members who served under legendary command if Capt. James T. Kirk. Who are these exceptional men and women often asked to make the ultimate sacrifice for the sake of interstellar peace and exploration? What are their stories? Their saga begins in
THE JANUS GATE
book one of three
The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise is exploring the seemingly peaceful and uninhabited world of M-3107 when a bizarre and inexplicable transporter accident causes both Captain Kirk and Dr. McCoy to vanish completely. Transporter records suggest that the two men were transported somewhere, but their ultimate destination remains a mystery.
Now in command of the Enterprise, Spock dispatches a search-and -rescue team -- consisting of Security Chief Giotto, Transporter Technician John Kyle, and Chief Helmsman Hikaru Sulu -- on an urgent mission to recover the missing officers.
But then the rescue team disappears as well!
A thrilling read!
This book is part of the Lost Years series and it does not disappoint. Rather than focusing on the primary characters of Kirk, Spock and McCoy this novel primarily focuses on Chekov, Sulu and Uhura and it's a welcome change. The friendship, love and respect they share rivals that of the others. The story itself is filled with intrigue, betrayal, treason and great locations. It kept me on the edge of my seat page after page. A must read!
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- Category: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Updated: Jun 15, 2002
- Print Length: 270 Pages
- Language: English
- Seller: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc.
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