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Star Trek: Timetrap

By David Dvorkin

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In a remote area of Federation space, the Enerprise picks up an urgent distress signal -- from a Klingon vessel! Tracing the S.O.S., the crew finds the Klingon cruiser Mauler, trapped in a dimensional storm of unprecedented power. Yet paradoxically, the ship refuses both the Enterprise's call and the offers of help.
Determined to discover what the Klingons are doing in Federation space, Kirk beams aboard their ship with a security team, just as the storm flares to its highest intensity. As the bridge crew watches in horror, Mauler vanishes from the Enterprise's viewscreen...
And James T. Kirk awakens...one hundred years in the future.

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An okay read

Overall, a good book. There were many interesting concepts discussed, such as detecting cloaked vessels, Klingons disguised within the Federation, and so on. However, it was a bit difficult for me to imagine Klingons engaged in this kind of deceptions, and I felt the term ‘New Klingon’ lacked a bit of creativity. I thought the author did a very good job with the character of Kalrind, and I really enjoyed how the author portrayed her in her last scene. The electronic version I read left no space between words when the next word was italicized; this issue disrupted the flow of the read somewhat. Overall, I feel the author did a very good job to give us another Star Trek story for fans to enjoy.

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Star Trek: Timetrap
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  • iTunes Price: $7.99
  • Category: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Updated: Sep 22, 2000
  • Print Length: 288 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc.

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