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ISBN:
055313874X
Author:
James Blish
Category:
Science Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bantam Books (1972)
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In 1966, Bantam Books acquired the license to publish tie-in fiction based science fiction television series Star Trek. Bantam published a series of novelizations based on episodes of the television series from 1967 to 1978.

In 1966, Bantam Books acquired the license to publish tie-in fiction based science fiction television series Star Trek. From 1970 to 1981, a range of original novels, anthologies, and reference books followed. Bantam also produced a line of photo comics which adapted popular episodes of the television series using full-color photographic stills.

The sixth volume in a series of Star Trek: The Original Series novelizations written by James Blish and published by Bantam Books. Includes seven stories: The Savage Curtain, The Lights Of Zetar, The Apple, By Any Other Name, The Cloud Minders, The Mark Of Gideon. From the back cover: Kirk, Spock, Bones and the others of the Enterprise find a de The sixth volume in a series of Star Trek: The Original Series novelizations written by James Blish and published by Bantam Books.

STAR TREK 10. A Bantam Book, published Febuary 1974. The alternative factor. This book may not be reproduced in whole or in part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission in writing.

by. Blish, James; Roddenberry, Gene.

by James Blish (Author). If you are an original Star Trek fan, this is a book you'd want to have for your collection. 7 people found this helpful. now where's the rest?

James Blish wrote these adaptations in the late 1960's and early 1970's and they have been re-released multiple times since then. This is one of 12 books that adapt the original Star Trek TV episodes from 1966 to 1968

James Blish wrote these adaptations in the late 1960's and early 1970's and they have been re-released multiple times since then. In some cases Blish was not even using the final televised script, but basing the stories on earlier versions provided to him by Paramount. This impacts the quality of the adaptations, especially in the early books. This is one of 12 books that adapt the original Star Trek TV episodes from 1966 to 1968. James Blish wrote these adaptations in the late 1960's and early 1970's and they have been re-released multiple times since then.

Star Trek 6. 143 Pages · 1972 · 747 KB · 88 Downloads ·English. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. The Rules of Life: A personal code for living a better, happier, more successful kind of life. 62 MB·194,843 Downloads.

The books where James Blish adapted episodes from the original series were the first steps in the development of what has become an enormous genre.

Kirk, Spoc, Bones and the others of the Enterprise find a deadly Eden. The books where James Blish adapted episodes from the original series were the first steps in the development of what has become an enormous genre. In this book, Blish adapts the episodes: ) The Savage Curtain ) The Lights of Zetar ) The Apple ) By Any Other Name ) The Cloud Minders ) The Mark of Gideon None of these episodes even cracks the upper half of my rankings of episodes in the original series. However, Blish makes the paper expenditure worthwhile by engaging in some of his best writing in this series of books.

The novelization of original Star Trek episodes by James Blish, sixth in a series. The episodes covered in this novel are: THE SAVAGE CURTAIN, THE LIGHTS OF ZETAR, THE APPLE, BY ANY OTHER NAME, THE CLOUD MINDERS, & THE MARK OF GIDEON. Kirk, Spock, Bones and the others of the Enterprise find a deadly Eden, discover elemental life forces and planetary death wishes, and even meet Abraham Lincoln and Genghis Khan, as they speed through space on new assignments into the unknown.
  • black coffe
Excellent story. Spock fans will love it. Scotty is portrayed almost as a minor character who puts his trust in a creepy stranger who hopes to prosecute McCoy and Spock... It really is a hard blow to a Trek fan, and especially sad since this is a fantastic tale for the most part. This was written years before the sequel shows to TOS, and the threat of the singularity and the time-travel dilemma of the (sometimes) mad scientist who had taught the younger Spock are reminiscent of the rich ideas later explored on TNG, DS9, Voyager and Enterprise. Make what you will of Flynn and Hunter, and also Neon, Snarl and Jenniver, strong but very idealized woman-warrior characters. This novel almost makes Discovery seem like an all-male Trek (if you bother to consider it Star Trek)! Bottom line--Spock and McCoy will keep you turning the pages!
  • Mananara
McIntyre has either been away from Classic Trek too long or I have. It's great to see these characters acting and talking like themselves again. Spock hogs the spotlight again, but there are so MANY new supporting characters that I won't complain - but will want to see a lot more of them.

Best Vonda Trek since she fixed all the loopholes in Trek III: the Search for Leonard Nimoy's Career in her novelization.

Trek or otherwise, McIntyre never disappoints.
  • Lcena
This book has been around a long time and I recently read it again. Some things about it bother me, the author is not always spot-on with characterizations, Federation technology still contains bullets, and why do the Enterprise's doors suddenly have knobs to open them??? And yet, this book was worth reading again. The author makes it exciting and it holds one's interest very well. I mean, any Star Trek story that contains the death of Kirk and the reactions of Spock and McCoy to that death is intriguing to say the least. And I won't give anything else away! Read it!
  • Thordigda
Any true Trekkie (and I mean Kirk, Spock, McCoy trekkie) will love this book. It's like watching another episode, only we can read about each character's emotions. A very nice touch!
  • Anararius
Faintly remembered reading it as a teen and liking it. The story is interesting enough but the characters aren’t quite in character a good chunk of the time, which is very distracting.
  • Hasirri
After more than 35 years, this is still one of the best -- if not simply the best -- Star Trek novels ever published. McIntyre did brilliant work here. I love this book!
  • Twentyfirstfinger
This was a suspensful and exciting story from beginning to end! I especially liked that it featured the character of Spock.
solid star trek original adventure, introguing alternate crew members we have never met before, of course anything tome travel is always a good adventre